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The American Indian Scouting Association (AISA) is a joint venture of the Boy
Scouts of America (BSA) and the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA). The AISA              American Indian Scouting
began as a committee of concerned Boy Scout Scoutmasters in 1956 and was                    Association
sponsored by the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Los Alamos, New Mexico.
AISA holds an annual seminar, which began in 1957, is run by a volunteer
steering committee and is hosted by a local tribe or Indian community designed to
attract both Indian and non-Indians to foster understanding of Indian culture and
Scouting. Youth participation in this seminar began in 1975. [citation needed]

References
   BSA American Indian Scouting Association website                                 Owner        Boy Scouts of America
   Scouting magazine AISA article                                                                Girl Scouts of the USA
   49th American Indian Boy Scouting/Girl Scouting Seminar                          Country      United States

                                                                                    Founded      1956

via American Indian Scouting Association
                                                                                                    Website
                                                                                        http://www.amerindscouting.org

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