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The items in the shop are designed and published by Colin Walker, the author of Scouting Milestones. While the website is 'free to view' - with the sole aim of providing researched Scout History to the Scouts of the World, there are other materials published by the author that can be purchased. These items can only be obtained directly from the author, and so Scouting Milestones lists them below with a 'Pay Now' button for the convenience of UK readers who might wish purchase. Any reader not wishing to use 'PayPal' can of course write to Colin, on the link provided, who will provide details of how to purchase using payment by cheque (UK cheques only) or cash. Please note that in any event the 'Pay Now' buttons are only for use by UK residents because they are set to UK postage rates.


2007 Brownsea:B-P's Acorn, The World's First Scout Camp. Colin Walker. Write Books, 160pp
Brownsea Cover

Brownsea: B-P's Acorn is the story of the World's First Scout Camp and the subsequent Scout History of the Island up to the present day, including the 1907-2007 Scout Centennial Celebrations. Whilst consulting all existing historical resources nothing has been taken for granted and, from his own first-hand detailed research, Colin Walker has been able to discover much previously unpublished information. He challenges the accepted wisdom on the number of boys at the camp, giving exact provenance for his conclusions about the 'mystery boy'. A brief biography of each participant is provided, with much of the information coming from relatives and friends of the 'Brownsea Boys' themselves. All known correspondence relating to the camp, some sent from the Island (scan of a 'cover' included) and every photograph thought to be taken there is illustrated.

Colin (who is also the author of these pages)was an advisor to the Re-enactment Camp held on Brownsea (The Brownsea Sunrise Event) exactly one hundred years after Baden-Powell first blew his Kudu horn to rouse the campers at the start of his Experimental Camp.

B-P's Scouting Biographer, William Hillcourt, once called for all the existing information on the Scout History of Brownsea to be compiled in one place. This is definitive volume with 160 A4 format pages (mainly in colour) and 140 photographs, is it!

The book is professionally published with ISBN, and is available from the author for 15.00 plus 2.50 pp.(You may pay via cheque if you live in the U.K.) Colin can be contacted on this email link- Write to Colin

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Twelve postcards devised from images contained in Brownsea:B-P's Acorn
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Twelve Postcards in two packs of 6, all relating to the 1907 camp on Brownsea.

These postcards were professionally produced to promote the book 'Brownsea:B-P's Acorn' utilising some of the rare/interesting images to be found in its covers. There is balance in each pack of original 1907 black and white and sepia Brownsea photographs together with more modern images and colour photographs taken by the author.
The cards have been 'unified' into a set by the addition of a small green fleur-de-lis in an appropriate place on the front of each card. This emblem is unique to the Brownsea 1907 camp and is the first recorded use a Scouting context of the fleur. It originated from the letterhead on only two of the four letters sent out from Brownsea B-P. The letter headed paper and therefore the fleur was also used for the Sports day 'programme' and the list signed by all but two of participants on the last day.

Note only two of the twelve cards are illustrated, the cards are listed below.>br>
Set A
1. B-P dressed his Brownsea 'uniform'- with the exception of the wide awake hat which he never wore on Brownsea
2. Brownsea Castle 1906 a watercolour by Florence Van Raalte who was responsible for Brownsea being loaned to B-P for the camp. The Brownsea boys were entertained here on the last night of the camp
3. A 1907 view of the camp
4. A view of the original campsite today with the trees planted to commemorate the original campers
5. A rare QSL card sent out from Brownsea in 1967 from the National Patrol Leaders Camp
6. A view of the South Shore Lodge until recently the Scout run hostel on Brownsea with the Scout and Guide Management committee Land Rover in the foreground

Set B
7. B-P blowing the Brownsea Kudu
8. Three of the original Brownsea Boys with the original Boatman - in later life- in the Hyacinth- the boat that took then to Brownsea in 1907
9. Original Brownsea image of Ravens Patrol with Brownsea Boy Arthur Primmer, the image was overwritten by him in 1982 with a message to Scouts
10. Mulberry Tree as planted by Lady Olave B-P on Brownsea
11. 1957 first day cover showing Brownsea Cachet signed by Brownsea Pioneer Terry Bonfield
12. Brownsea Sunset taken from the Lady Baden Powell monument on Evening Hill, Lilliput.

A similar set of cards has been devised to publicise the book 1908 The Dawn of The World Scout Movement.

These postcards ares professionally printed and are available from the author for 8.00 plus 1.00 pp.(You may pay via cheque if you live in the U.K.) Colin can be contacted on this email link- Write to Colin

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The Dawn of the World Scout Movement. Colin Walker. Write Books, 160pp
1908cover

The Dawn of the World Scout Movement is an apt sequel to Brownsea: B:P's Acorn. It documents the significance of the events of 1908, starting with an analysis of Baden-Powell's diaries that the author has transcribed from the originals. This provides a unique insight into Baden-Powell's life at the inception of the Scout Movement.

The major influences on the Founder are examined including the much-understated roles of the 'Brother Organisations'; the Boys' Brigade, Church Lads' Brigade and the YMCA. The controversial contribution of US pioneer Ernest Thompson Seton is evidenced and placed in its rightful context. Equally significant, though short lived, was the involvement of the little known Legion of Frontiersmen, which for the first time in a Scouting context, is demonstrated beyond dispute.

The phenomenal spread of Scouting in 1908 is illustrated through the history of significant founding troops, both at home and abroad, supported by an appendix listing 375 such groups. In conclusion, the history of the highly significant first national Scout Camp, held at Humshaugh in Northumberland, is told definitively, with reference to no less than four original diaries, and previously unpublished photographs.

On their 100th anniversary leading Scout Historian Colin Walker recalls the events of 1908 through the eyes of Baden-Powell and his Scouting pioneers.

The book is only available through Colin Walker. It is professionally published with ISBN and is in A4 format, 162 pages with 140 illustrations of which half are in colour. The book has published with ISBN number and copies have been lodged in the British Library and other repositories, leaving very few copies left for sale. (25 only were published!) This then is a unique opportunity to own a unique an important Mafeking reference. All who have seen this book have enthusiastically marvelled at its complexity!

The is available from the author for 15.00 plus 2.50 pp.(You may pay via cheque if you live in the U.K.) Colin can be contacted on this email link- Write to Colin

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12 postcards devised from images contained in The Dawn of the World Scout Movement 1908
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These postcards have been professionally produced to promote the book,

                                      The Dawn of the World Scout Movement

utilising some of the rare/unique interesting images to be found between its covers. There is balance in each pack of original coloured images and 1907 black and white/ sepia photographs.
The cards have been 'unified' into a set by the addition of a small silver fleur-de-lys in an appropriate place on the front of each card. This emblem, prior to the five pointed stars, was the 1908 Patrol Leader's buttonhole badge as designed by Baden-Powell. Each card is numbered on reverse side with a description of its image. The cards would make for an instant display of the Scouting happenings of 1908 and if displayed with the similar pack of postcards, also being auctioned, from the book 'Brownsea: B-P's Acorn', an a comprehensive display of early Scout History can be quickly be achieved.

Note only two of the twelve cards are illustrated, all the cards however are listed below. A full set of images can be found at the Dawn of the World Scout Movement dedicated website

Set A
1. B-P dressed his 1908 Scout uniform
2. The base drum with YMCA Scout motif belonging to the 1st Birkenhead one of the earliest, if not the first, first ever Scout Troop
3. The Registration Certificate of the 1st Glasgow, dated 16th January 1908 the earliest date known to exist, but the certificate was dated retrospectively in 1909
4. Rare pen and ink drawing by Baden-Powell of a Scout in uniform. Copyright John Ineson
5. Rare image of the Curlew's Patrol at 1st National Camp, Humshaugh Northumberland August 1908. Copyright Brian Billlington
6. Postcard view of the Humshaugh Camp campfire, taken from a contemporary postcard designed as a teaching aid.

Set B
7. Rare Baden-Powell Christmas Card 1908
8. Image of the YMCA plaque B-P unveiled in Birkenhead in on 25/4/1910 to commemorate on that spot the 'Inauguration of the Scout Movement' on January 24th 1908
9. Victor Watkins 1908 Scout and 1st King's Scout
10. Cover image of the 1st Edition of the Scout Magazine, 18/4/1908, as portrayed on the cover of The Dawn of the World Scout Movement
11. Flagdown at the Humshaugh Camp, 1908 taken from a contemporary postcard designed as a teaching aid
12. The Humshaugh 'Look Wide' monument.



A similar set of cards is available (see above) to publicise Brownsea: B-P's Acorn

These postcards have been professionally printed, and are available from the author for 8.00 plus 1.00 pp.(You may pay via cheque if you live in the U.K.) Colin can be contacted on this email link- Write to Colin

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2006 JT Cornwell VC and The Scouts's Badge of Courage Colin Walker, Write Books, 75pp
Cornwell Book Cover

The book, written by Colin Walker the author of these pages, is a development on the work that can be found here on Scouting Milestones on Jack Cornwell VC Page.

Its title J.T.Cornwell VC was designed to avoid the confusion that exists about the name of the Scout Hero. He was Christened John, but as was fashion of the day, was known to all as Jack. The book documents his roots and Scouting history in East London through to his fatal wounding in the Battle of Jutland. This much is well known, however Jacks's subsequent burial in a 'common grave' and the newspaper campaign to have him exhumed and buried in 'a manner fit for heroes' is not. Cornwell became a National Hero was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross, being still the youngest Englishman to have ever had this honour.

Baden-Powell was moved by his example and created the Cornwell Award which is still in existance today. The book documents the first recipient of this Scouting Award and also the story of Stanley Ince the only adult ever to receive it.

The story of Jack Cornwell seen by some as inspirational has been commemorated on a range of artifacts ever since the 'official' funeral. This are document in the book as postcards, cigarette and trade cards all depicting Jack- or to be precise on of his brothers the Boy Hero was of course dead. In 1976 the British Post Office issued a stamp bearing his image (well that of his brother!) in a series of stamps to commemorate the 150 anniversary of the Britain's Highest Gallantry Medal. The stamp is illustrated in the book which contains 65 images.

The book is professionally published with ISBN, and is available from the author for 7.99 plus 1.00 pp.(You may pay via cheque if you live in the U.K.) Colin can be contacted on this email link- Write to Colin

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2008 The Mafeking Mail Siege Slips, A transcript of the originals enlivened with comtemporary images and additional commentary. Colin Walker. Pen2Print, 518pp
Siege of Mafeking

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n starting to research these web-pages, particularly the 'Mafeking Cadets', the author started to compile the 'Mafeking Siege Register', a unique database recording the activities of the besieged, now published as book advertised below. Information came from a whole range of primary resources, diaries, contact with relatives of the besieged and also the run of the Mafeking Mail Siege Slips.

Following the Siege in 1900 the Slips were re-published as a bound edition, using the same paper stocks, by the original printers, Townshend & Son, They are now exceedingly rare and very expensive. The difference in the size and colour of the original papers gives the bound copies a special character, but over the intervening 108 years, the tissue paper issues - no matter how well kept - have browned and gone brittle.

Research for various publications including 'Mafeking's Artillery' and 'The Mafeking Siege Register' meant increased use of Colin's treasured original. It had long been obvious that a 'working copy' would be useful, -a copy in computer 'Word' format, enabling it be 'interrogated' by 'single word search', invaluable. Unfortunately the only way of achieving this aim was to laboriously copy the original word for word into a lap-top, a project which has taken many many years to complete.

A visit to Mafeking provided further motivation, and as the work neared completion, friends and asociates requested that they also like to have a relatively cheap 'working copy', and the idea of this publication was born.

The history of the Siege, is told as it happened, day by day, through the eyes of its editor and his contributors, including Baden-Powell himself, enlivened by original Mafeking photographs and Colin Walker's knowledgeable commentary, This unique work provides a fascinating and endearing insight into the most famous Siege in world history.

Because of its size and its specialist nature it has been decided to publish the work as a limited edition of only thirty books. Each copy will by numbered and signed by the editor/author. The work will only be available through Colin Walker and absolutely no other source.

The book is professionally printed but is only available from the author at 35.00 plus 5.00 pp. You puchase via cheque if you live within the UK or have accesss to cheques printed with a UK address. The PayPal button is also available but set to UK postal rates only. If you wish to pay via PayPal but live outside the UK please contact on Colin his email address on this link- Write to Colin.



2006 Mafeking Siege Register Colin Walker. Write Books, 218pp
Siege of Mafeking

This register was compiled initially to assist my researches into the Siege of Mafeking when writing the Mafeking Cadets pages for these Pages. Over eight years of research has resulted in a detailed database documenting the doings of over 1800 of he besieged. In some instances little is known other than the medal role details however there is considerable information on the majority of the besieged, of their lives before during and after the siege. As would be expected 'major players' such as Baden-Powell and his other officers, the journalists and diary writers have entries often run into several pages.

A prime objective was to read and collate all published and unpublished Mafeking Siege Diaries including that of Baden-Powell held on Microfiche at the Army Museum, Chelsea. The Mafeking Siege Slips, 'published daily shells permitting', were another invaluable resource . As paper stocks declined the printers were forced to use tissue paper which now over a hundred years old is extremely fragile such that the only practical way of consulting them is to find a bound edition now worth several hundred pounds.

Medal rolls and auction catalogues have enabled the author to detail of all the Defence of Mafeking Medals indicating those whose existance he has been able to confirm exist to day and important evidence has been obtained from the world's leading collections of Mafeking philatelic history.

Perhaps the most exciting evidence of all however has come from members of the public who ancestors were part of the Siege. Colin Walker's Web 'footprint' and bibliography of Mafeking articles and books has led to correspondence resulting in yet more information. Amazingly 106 years after the event two contacts were from sons whose fathers fought in the Siege, and a total of six families who had a Mafeking cadet in their ancestry have been traced.


This then is a unique publication, admittedly of specialist interest, but is indispensible to collectors of Mafeking artifacts, covers (many forgeries have been spotted with the help of this work, medals etc.

The book is professionally published with ISBN, and is available from the author for 25.00 plus 3.00 pp.(You may pay via cheque if you live in the U.K.) Colin can be contacted on this email link- Write to Colin

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2006 Mafeking's Artillery Colin Walker. Write Books, 71pp
Mafeking's Artillery
On his retirement in 2000, Colin began to research The Siege of Mafeking. His early researches into the Mafeking Cadets for these webpages led to the compilation of the Mafeking Siege Register, (see above). From this knowledge base, further books and magazine articles written, resulting in email contact with families who had a relative amongst the besieged. Amazingly, 107 years after the event, two contacts were from individuals whose fathers had fought in Mafeking. This quite astounding research has provided the 'evidence base' for this major work on the on weapons used in the Siege, including, the 'Lord Nelson' an old naval cannon found in Mafeking, 'The Wolf' made in the Railway workshops and the famous Boer Long Tom. There are many illustrations including photographs taken during the siege and of the weapons today, taken by the author in their various locations, across the world. The garrison, in one of the most remote locations in the British Empire, was outnumbered and outgunned. This publication ably demonstrates just why it was that Baden-Powell was able to lead 'Gallant Little Mafeking' successfully through the longest Siege of the Boer War. Another review of this book can be found at 'Mafeking's Artillery' The book is professionally published with ISBN, and is available from the author for 11.99 plus 2.00 pp. Colin can be contacted on this email link Scouting Milestones

See also The Seige of Mafeking for a complete listing of all Mafeking Resources. Another review of this bookwww.mafekingartillery.co.uk Colin can be contacted on this email link Scouting Milestones. Alternatively you can use the PayPal 'Buy It Now' button below - BUT PLEASE NOTE THE POSTAGE IS SET FOR UK CUSTOMERS ONLY- IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE THE UK DO NOT USE THE PAY PAL BUTTON BUT WRITE TO COLIN DIRECTLY ON THE ABOVE LINK FOR THE EXACT COST OF POSTAGE TO YOUR HOME. YOU THEN WILL BE ABLE TO PAY VIA PAYPAL IF YOU WISH FROM THEIR SITE - BUT NOT BY USING THE BUTTON BELOW.

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2008 'Jam Roll'. Baden-Powell: The Man and his Motors Colin Walker, Scouting Milestones, A5 format, 75pp
Jam Roll Cover

Scout Historian Colin Walker has written extensively on the history of the Scout Movement, the life of Baden-Powell and The Siege of Mafeking. The book was inspired by the purchase in 2008, for Scouting, of Baden-Powell's Rolls Royce 'Jam Roll'. It is the story of Baden-Powell's cars, from his 1908 18hp Thornycroft, to the laying up of the vehicle in 1938 when its owner departed for Kenya.

This period exactly matches the Founder's active leadership of the Scout Movement. Using the vehicles as a focus, the author has been able to provide an insight into the lives of Baden-Powell, his family, and the changing social conditions they lived through.

Jam Roll's history in private ownership is full documented including its purchase in 2008 by the charity, B-P Jam Roll Ltd.

There are over 40 historic images as well as recent colour photographs.

The book is professionally published with ISBN, and is available from the author for 8.00 plus 1.50 pp. All profits from this book are donated to the charity B-P Jam Roll Ltd Charity No. 1124591, who have purchased the car on behalf of Scouting are responsible for its long term preservation and display. See The Jam Roll Appeal.


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Six postcards devised from images contained in 'Jam Roll'. Baden-Powell: The Man & his 'Motors'.
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hese postcards are professionally produced to promote the above named book utilising some of the rare/interesting images to be found in its covers. There is balance between original black and white and sepia photographs together with more modern colour photographs.
The cards have been 'unified' into a set by the addition of image of Jam's Roll 'Fleur de Lys' mascot appropriately placed on the reverse of each card.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE POSTCARDS AS WITH THE BOOK THE BOOK THEY PROMOTE IS BEING SOLD TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE CHARITY B-P JAM ROLL LTD.br>

1. Front view as used on the cover of the book showing 'Fleur-de-Lys mascot. Colour
2. The Presentation of Jam Rolls and Eccles at the 1929 World Jamboree.
3. Jam Roll and Jaus, the yellow Rolls Royce with the B-Ps at Pax Hill.
4. The last image taken of B-P with Jam Roll.
5. B-P's daughter Betty Clay with Jam Roll at Gilwell. Colour
6. Jam Roll and Eccles at the 2007 World Jamboree. Colour

These postcards are professionally printed and are available from the author for 4.00 plus 1.00 pp.(You may pay via cheque if you live in the U.K.) Colin can be contacted on this email link- Write to Colin

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201o.Scouting Collectables Vol.I Colin Walker, Scouting Milestones, A4 format, 158pp
Jam Roll Cover



The only book on Scouting Collectibles ever to be published in the homeland of Scouting! In this first volume Colin Walker turns turns the intensity of his Scouting Milestones style spotlight onto fifteen areas of Scouting Collectables, all lavishly illustrated in full colour.

The book is divided into two sections, single collecting themes such as; B-P Christmas and Thank You Cards, Thanks Badges, Badges of War, B-P letters, Scouting Cartoons; Flag Pole Finials, Lead Jamboree, Scouting Toys and Games, and a complete illustrated Baden-Powell bibliography. Then follows five different Scouting 'Themes'; Mafekania, The World Scout Emblem, St George and the Dragon, Jack Cornwell VC and the Gang Show.

The world's leading collectors and archives have contributed never before seen images of their most cherished artefacts. Clearly laid out and beautifully illustrated, there are information panels offering practical hints and price guidance. Separate appendices and the B-P bibliography provide complete listings in particularly collecting fields.

With an interesting and lively commentary, Colin Walker manages to interest all his readers from the very recent convert to the most experience collector.

20 plus 3 post and packing within the UK.

>N.B The book is to published on August 2nd 2010. Purchasers who wishes to obtain the book on or near its publication day should contact Colin now on this email link Scouting Milestones. You may pay via cheque or PayPal using my scouting.milestones@btinernet.co.uk address.

The PayPal 'Pay Now' button will be established after publication.

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