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'''Scouting in Tennessee''' has a long history, from the
==Early history (1910-1950)==
Until 1948, some southern councils of the [[Boy Scouts of America]] (BSA) were racially segregated.
Most [[Girl Scouts of the USA]] units were originally segregated by race according to state and local laws and customs. In 1933, [[Josephine Groves Holloway]] founded unofficial African American troops in Tennessee. She also fully desegregated the Cumberland Valley council in 1962.
==Boy Scouting in Tennessee==
There are seven BSA local councils in Tennessee.
*[[West Tennessee Area Council]]
==Girl Scouting in Tennessee today==
There are six Girl Scout council offices in Tennessee.
*Girl Scouts of Tanasi Council, Inc., Knoxville, TN http://www.tanasi.org
==Scouting museums in Tennessee==
* Peregrine International Museum of Scouting http://usscouts.org/usscouts/profbvr/scouts_on_tour/tennessee.html