Thanks to Rick Cordray, Troop 573, Woodinville, WA
Page 367 - Eagle Scout Requirements
To become an Eagle Scout you must be a Life Scout and --
SCOUTCRAFT and LIFE INTERESTS
Campcraft -- Camping, Surveying, Pioneering, Cooking.
Crafts and Collections -- Leatherwork, Basketry, Stamp Collecting, Textiles, Coin Collecting, Bookbinding.
Outdoor Sports -- Archery, Hiking, Cycling, Marksmanship, Fishing, Horsemanship, Motorboating, Athletics, Skiing.
Aquatics -- Swimming, Canoeing, Rowing, Lifesaving.
Personal Development -- Personal Fitness, Reading, Business, Public Speaking, Farm Records, Salesmanship, Scholarship.
Conservation -- Soil and Water Conservation, Wildlife Management, Forestry.
Citizenship -- Citizenship in the Community, Citizenship in the Home, Citizenship in the Nation, World Brotherhood.
Public Service -- Firemanship, Fingerprinting, Public Health, First Aid, Safety.
Animal Husbandry -- Rabbit Raising, Dog Care, Hog Production, Pigeon Raising, Pets, Poultry Keeping, Beekeeping, Beef Production, Sheep Farming, First Aid to Animals, Animal Industry.
Communication -- Bugling, Radio, Journalism, Printing, Signaling.
Transportation -- Automobiling, Railroading, Seamanship, Aviation.
Arts -- Art, Mechanical Drawing, Sculpture, Photography, Woodcarving, Indian Lore, Music, Pottery, Dramatics, Architecture.
Nature -- Reptile Study, Nature, Weather, Geology, Zoology, Bird Study, Chemistry, Insect Life, Botany, Astronomy.
Plant Cultivation -- Corn Farming, Agriculture, Small Grains, Fruit and Nut Growing, Gardening, Cotton Farming, Forage Crops, Landscaping.
Building -- Metalwork, Plumbing, Painting, Farm Arrangement, Home Repairs, Masonry, Farm Mechanics, Woodworking, Electricity, Machinery.