- Scoutism and Woodcraft movements and influences :
Paul Coze (1903-1974) :
Paul Coze (1903-1974) was a French-American anthropologist, artist, and writer, most notable as a French authority on Native Americans, and for his public art in the 1960s.
More infos on him : http://en.scoutwiki.org/Paul_Coze
in french : http://fr.scoutwiki.org/Jean_Droit
the Kindred of the Kibbo Kift :
On August 18, 1920, a group of young men met in a London hall to formalise the foundation of a new movement to be known as the Kindred of the Kibbo Kift. Founder was the 26-year old John Hargrave, who at this time was still Commissioner for Woodcraft and Camping in Baden-Powell's Boy Scout Movement founded in 1908
More infos on:http://www.kibbokift.org/
The woodcraft movement :
The First Woodcraft Tribe was established at Windyghoul estate at Cos Cob, CT in 1902. Seton’s property had been vandalized by a group of boys from the local school. After he had to repaint his gate a number of times, he went to the school, and invited the boys to the property for a weekend, rather than prosecuting them. He sat down with them and told them stories of Native Americans and nature.
More info: http://etsetoninstitute.org/history-of-the-woodcraft-movement/
Woodcraft League of the Czech Republic / Liga lesní moudrosti (Prag, Czech Republic) :
they have a list of links to the woodcraft tribes in czech republic: