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Boy Scouts of America. Utah County Council



  • Existence: 1921 - 1922

Administrative History

Utah County Council is one of the main predecessors to the Utah National Parks Council, a subset of the Boy Scouts of America. It was established in 1921 before being renamed the Timpanogos Council in 1922. It then joined with the Zion National Park Council in 1931 to form the Timpanogos District Council. Finally, they joined with the Bryce Canyon Council in 1936 to form the Utah National Parks Council.

Utah National Parks Council Records. MSS 5785. L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT. (predecessor to Utah National Parks Council, became the Timpanogos Council in 1922 and then the Timpanogos District Council in 1931; joined with Bryce CAnyon Council and Zion National Park Council to make the Utah National Parks Council in 1936; formed in 1921)

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Utah National Parks Council records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 5785
Abstract Utah has one of the longest-running Scouting legacies in the country. The first Boy Scout Troop in the state got its start in Logan, Utah in 1910. The Utah County Council was organized February 22, 1921, and in 1922 it changed its name to the Timpanogos District Council. In 1931 the council merged with the Zion National Park Council, and the name was shortened to the Timpanogos Council. Then on February 3, 1936, that council merged with the Bryce Canyon Council, and thereby became the Utah...
Dates: 1910-2005