Talk:Scouting in Washington (state)

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Historical council information to be folded in[edit]

  • Washington Bremerton 1917 1919
  • Washington Hoquiam 1918 1919
  • Washington Port Angeles 1918 1919
  • Washington Chehalis 1921 1923 Council 737 1926 (was this a predecessor of Tumwater #737?) 1923
  • Oregon 738 Umatilla 1926 1927 merged into Blue Mountain 604 1927
  • Oregon 760 Eastern Oregon Area 1926 1932 merged into Blue Mountain 604 1932
  • Washington 604 Blue Mountain 1923
  • Washington 603 Bellingham 1918 1926 changed name to Whatcom County 603 1926 36465
  • Washington 603 Whatcom 1926 1929 merged into Mount Baker Area 603 1929 36465
  • Washington 610 Skagit County 1923 1929 merged into Mount Baker Area 603 1929 36465
  • Washington 606 Everett 1918 1941 changed name to Evergreen Area 606 1941
  • Washington 603 Mount Baker Area 1929 1994 January 1 merged into Mount Baker 606 1994 January 1
  • Washington 606 Evergreen Area 1941 1994 January 1 merged into Mount Baker 606 1994 January 1
  • Washington 606 Mount Baker 1994 January 1
  • Washington 609 Seattle 1915 1924 changed name to Seattle Area 609 1924
  • Washington 609 Seattle Area 1924 1954 changed name to Chief Seattle 609 1954
  • Washington 605 Olympic Area 1956 1974 merged into Chief Seattle 609 1974
  • Washington 609 Chief Seattle 1954 http://www.seattlebsa.org/
  • Idaho 108 Nez Perce County 1919 1922 changed name to Lewiston 108 1922
  • Idaho 110 Shoshone County 1918 1923 merged into Shoshone-Kootenai 110 1923
  • Idaho 108 Lewiston 1922 1925 changed name to Lewis-Clark Area 108 1925
  • Washington 608 Palouse 1921 1925 Direct Service/merged into Spokane Area 611 1927
  • Washington 611 Spokane 1915 1925 changed name to Spokane Area 611 1925
  • Idaho 106 Bonner-Boundary 1922 1926 merged into Shoshone-Kootenai 110 1926
  • Idaho 108 Lewis-Clark Area 1925 1928 merged into Spokane Area 611 1928
  • Idaho 110 Shoshone-Kootenai 1923 1928 changed name to Idaho Panhandle 110 1928
  • Washington 611 Spokane Area 1925 1931 changed name to Inland Empire 611 1931
  • Washington 611 Inland Empire 1931 1987 changed name to Inland Northwest 611 1987
  • Idaho 108 Lewis-Clark 1945 1992 April 1 merged into Inland Northwest 611 1992 April 1
  • Idaho 110 Idaho Panhandle 1928 1992 November 1 merged into Inland Northwest 611 1992 November 1
  • Washington 611 Inland Northwest 1987
  • Washington 612 Tacoma 1918 1924 changed name to Pierce County 612 1924
  • Washington 612 Pierce County 1924 1927 changed name to Tacoma Area 612 1927
  • Washington 607 Grays Harbor County 1923 1930 changed name to Twin Harbors Area 607 1930
  • Washington 704 Mount Saint Helens 1925 1932 merged into Portland Area 492 1932
  • Washington 737 Tumwater Area 1926 1933 ended/reformed Tumwater Area 737 1933
  • Washington 612 Tacoma Area 1927 1948 changed name to Mount Rainier 612 1948
  • Washington 607 Twin Harbors Area 1930 1993 January 1 merged into Pacific Harbors 612 1993 January 1
  • Washington 612 Mount Rainier 1948 1993 January 1 merged into Pacific Harbors 612 1993 January 1
  • Washington 737 Tumwater Area 1934 1993 November 1 merged into Pacific Harbors 612 1993 November 1
  • Washington 612 Pacific Harbors 1993 January 1 http://www.pacific-harbors.org/
  • Washington 605 Columbia District 1923 1924 ended 1924
  • Washington 613 Wenatchee 1922 1924 changed name to North Central Washington 613 1924
  • Washington 614 Yakima 1919 1924 changed name to Yakima County 614 1924
  • Washington 614 Yakima County 1924 1925 changed name to Yakima Valley Area 614 1925
  • Washington 614 Yakima Valley Area 1925 1942 changed name to Central Washington 614 1942
  • Washington 614 Central Washington Area 1942 1954 changed name to Fort Simcoe Area 614 1954
  • Washington 613 North Central Washington 1924 1992 April 1 merged into Grand Columbia 614 1992 April 1
  • Washington 614 Fort Simcoe Area 1954 1992 April 1 merged into Grand Columbia 614 1992 April 1
  • Washington 614 Grand Columbia 1992 April 1

Citations missing[edit]

Please add citations to any statement in this article which requires verification. This includes dates, claims, and any other information. See WP:Verify for more info. – Freechild (BoomCha) 04:32, 16 July 2007 (UTC)

Move discussion in progress[edit]

There is a move discussion in progress on Talk:Capital punishment in Washington which affects this page. Please participate on that page and not in this talk page section. Thank you. —RMCD bot 11:36, 3 August 2012 (UTC)