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Alpine

Aquila

Aurora

Bainbridge Island

Ballard

Beacon-Glendale

Capitol Hill

Cascade

Cedar River

Central

Chief Kitsap (1)

Chief Kitsap (2)

Chinook

Clallam

East Side

First Hill

Foothills (1)

Foothills (2)

Gastineau Channel

Green Lake

Green River

Greenwood-

Phinney

Highline

Ingraham

Jefferson

Juneau

Kah-Po

Kent-Auburn

Ketchikan

Kitsap

Klahowya Tillicum

Kloshe

Lake Union - Lake 

Washington

Lakeside

Magnolia-Ft. 

Lawton

Mt. Olympus

North

North Broadway

North Central

North Kitsap

North Shore

North East

North Lakes

Orca

Orion

Ot Yo Kwa

Polaris

Queen Anne

Rainier Valley

Ravenna

Renton

Sammamish Trails

Shilshole

Shoreline

Sinclair

Sno-King

Snoqualmie Valley

So-Ki No-Ma

South Central

South East

Thunderbird (1)

Thunderbird (2)

Tuahku

University

Victory Way

Viking

Wallingford-

Fremont

West Central

West Seattle

White River Valley

 

Ingraham District

The Ingraham District was formed in 1960 and eventually merged with the Shilshole District, resulting in the Viking District. 

1964 Camporee

Flag Ribbon

1968 Camporee

Neckerchief Slide

 

 

Jefferson District

The Jefferson District covered Jefferson County.  This district existed at least as early as 1935, and kept its name and territory at least until 1962, when it was a district in the Olympic Area Council.

 

No Known Insignia

 

 

Juneau District

Prior to the creation of Scout councils in Alaska, Scouts in the Alaska Territory were served by the Seattle Area Council.  Seattle Area Council newsletters included news about Scouting in this district until the 1930's.

 

No Known Insignia

 

 

Kah-Po District

This was one of the districts in the Olympic Area Council.  When the Kitsap District was split more or less in half, the southern portion became the Kah-Po District.

 

No Known Insignia

 

 

Kent-Auburn District

During the 1930's, this district served Scouts who lived in or near the cities of Kent and Auburn.

 

No Known Insignia

 

 

Ketchikan District

Prior to the creation of Scout councils in Alaska, Scouts in the Alaska Territory were served by the Seattle Area Council.  Seattle Area Council newsletters included news about Scouting in this southeast Alaska district until the 1930's.

 

No Known Insignia

 

 

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