Crowell'S Boy Scout Series

This was a series of six books, by three authors, that was published by Thomas Crowell, in 1911-1914.

Later, the BSA would include Along the Mohawk Trail in their Every Boy's Library, in a reprinted edition by Grosset & Dunlap. It's not clear to me how much involvement the BSA had in the Crowell books prior to publication.

An advertisement from another Crowell book:

CROWELL'S SCOUT BOOKS

By JAMES OTIS
BOY SCOUTS IN THE MAINE WOODS

Realistic adventures in guarding a great tract of tim-
ber during one summer. Illustrated by Charles Copeland.

BOY SCOUTS IN A LUMBER CAMP

How two patrols carried through to success a big lum-
bering contract. Illustrated by Charles Copeland.

By PERCY K. FITZHUGH
ALONG THE MOHAWK TRAIL;
OR, BOY SCOUTS ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN

The lively doings of real Boy Scouts among historic
scenes. Illustrated by Remington Schuyler.

FOR UNCLE SAM, BOSS;
OR, BOY SCOUTS AT PANAMA

A rousing story, telling how the boys of "Along the
Mohawk Trail" render important services to the United
States in connection with the great Canal. 4 illustrations.

IN THE PATH OF LA SALLE;
OR, BOY SCOUTS ON THE MISSISSIPPI

The interesting experiences of the main characters in
"For Uncle Sam, Boss," while boating down the Father of
Waters. Their varied adventures finally carry them as
far as Mexico. Illustrated by Fisk.

By EDWIN L. SABIN
PLUCK ON THE LONG TRAIL;
OR, BOY SCOUTS IN THE ROCKIES

A stirring narrative of packing, trailing, and camping
in the West. Illustrated by Clarence Rowe.

Each Volume, 12mo, cloth, 75 cents.

A fine series of wholesome, realistic, and entertaining
stories for boys by juvenile writers of recognized stand-
ing, who have a thorough knowledge of Boy Scouts and
of real scouting in the sections of the country in which
the scenes of their books are laid.

THOMAS Y. CROWELL COMPANY
NEW YORK