This site is striving to provide history of Royal Rangers for future generations of Royal Rangers. As those who started Royal Rangers age, we want to capture their knowledge now.
Royal Rangers History
August 17, 2016
US Hispanic districts have been added. If you have any missing patches, please send us a quality (min 300x300) scan resolution of the patch.
April 26, 2016
We need your help. If you have any Royal Rangers history, we would love to get a copy from you. If you have questions, please contact us at email@example.com
April 26, 2016
If there is information that is incorrect or you have additional information to add, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The information will be updated and posted as time permits. Please allow for time as information is coming in quickly and we need to research it before it is added. Thanks for your participation.
Historical Items Needed
If you are coming to Camporama 2016 and have old documents, we would love to scan them while you are attending camp. Jonathan and Mark will be in Registration all week and will have time to scan/copy documents once the initial registration rush completes. If you have information on paper, on disks, on hard drives, on CDs/DVDs, we would love to borrow them from you and then return them to you before Camporama is over.
Information for some districts is beginning to grow as we receive information to post. Please feel free to add us to your distribution lists (email@example.com), your mailing lists, or just to send us information in the mail (ask for address). we continue to keep moving forward on getting information posted as we receive it.
You may find errors, if so, please let us know. Accidents may happen and we may post something incorrectly once in a while.
Thanks for your help getting Royal Rangers History documented.
Early Royal Rangers History
When you read the early history of Royal rangers you read about a pilot outpost at Webster Park AG in Springfield, MO that ran during 1962 as Johnnie Barnes was still creating the materials for the Royal Rangers program. We have just posted a copy of a typewritten Leaders Manual that dates back to those pilot outpost days. There was also at least one other pilot outpost during those days, what became Outpost 1 in Southern Missouri (1987 version, 1989 version). There is also posted a copy of the requirements for advancement, also from that era of the pilot outposts in 1962. Both the Leaders Manual and the advancement requirements were mimeographed onto cheap paper, so the originals are very brittle today.
We would like your help filling missing areas of this website.
First, as you look thru patches, if you have a patch that we are missing a scan on and you are willing to help us get a picture of it, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to get 2016 patch scans/pictures as you have events this year.
Also, if you have historical district Pow Wow packets, district newsletters, sectional event packets, or sectional newsletters, please consider sending us a copy. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com
We need your help on keeping this site up to date. As you get new information for the current year, 2016, we would love to get an email with your information. Please attach electronic copies of any information you receive for your district. Everything can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for your help with getting the Royal Rangers history online for all to view.
Johnnie Barnes Lodge Construction Photos
If you would like to see photos as the lodge was being built, click here.
We are also looking for any and all history photos, with descriptions to post on the website. If you have any photos, documents, history, patches, that you would to share, please contact email@example.com
Dispatches and High Adventures
The scanning of dispatches and high adventures is almost completed. There is a low res version and a high res version. This was done in order to assist those with slower internet connections to be able to browse the magazines.
Patch Scans and Manuals
We have made huge progress on all districts as well as countries around the world. If you have additional patch scans, please send us a high quality image as well as information you may know about the patch. (designer, quantity made, location of event, etc.). All submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out current manuals and let us know the type of manuals you would like to see added.
Royal Rangers History website!!!
The Royal Rangers History website exists to help preserve our Royal Rangers history. Since Johnnie Barnes founded Royal Rangers in 1962 there have been untold thousands of different Royal Rangers events across the United States and around the world, and for most of those events there have been commemorative patches issued. This site is dedicated to helping to preserve and catalog those patches and other information about events and activities of Royal Rangers around the world.
Thank you to everyone who has contributed patch scans and other information to the Royal Rangers History site. This site would not be possible without the contributions of many individuals from across the country. If you know of additional patches that should be added to the History database, you can send scans to email@example.com. In addition, if you have information on the number of patches made, number of people who attended, who the designer was, or other information about an event, we would like to add that information to the database as well.
With a project this large it is likely that some mistakes have been made
in identifying a patch or with some of the descriptive information about the
patch. If you see a mistake, please send corrections to
firstname.lastname@example.org so that the database can be updated.
This is a volunteer effort so it may take some time before updates occur,
but your contributions are definitely appreciated.
We continue to collect information. If you have information you would like to get posted for your district, region, or country, please send it to email@example.com. Please give us time to get it posted. Because of the volume of information being submitted, it takes time to get everything updated.