9-A  |  9-B  |  9-C  |  9-D  |  9-E
1993 - 2021
1973 - 1992
1949 - 1972
1938 - 1948






  • Area 9-A:
  • Old Area 9-A

    Area 9-A (1955-72)

    to other areas
    Tatanka 141
    Nakona 150
    Chief Lone Wolf 341
    Gila 378
    Palo Duro 486
    after 1955: Kwahadi 78 (nc; host 1965)
        Antelope 78
    1/1/1962: Yah-Tah-Hey-Si-Kess 66 (nc)
        Yah-Tah-Ney-Si-Kess 66
    Wahinkto 199 (to 9-D)
    Otena 295 (to 9-D)
    Kotso 330 (to 9-D)
    Wichita 35 (to 9-E)




  • Area 9-B was split, with Aina Topa Hutsi 60, Tonkawa 99, Wewanoma 272, Karankawa 307, and Cuauhtli 446 moved to 9-D. While Mikanakawa 101 and Nishkin Halupa A Pe Lachi 489 were still listed as part of 9-B, both the Warshield 2011 and Frank Dingwerth state they were instead moved to 9-E:

    Old Area 9-B

    Area 9-B (1955-69)

    to other areas
    Neche 36
    Sioux 62
    Tejas 72
    Wihinipa Hinsa 113
    Coloneh 137
    Huaco 327
    Aina Topa Hutsi 60 (to 9-D)
    Tonkawa 99 (to 9-D)
    Wewanoma 272 (to 9-D)
    Karankawa 307 (to 9-D)
    Cuauhtli 446 (to 9-D)
    Mikanakawa 101 (to 9-E)
    Nishkin Halupa A Pe Lachi 489 (to 9-E)


  • description

    Area 9-A (1970-72)
    Tejas 72
    Wihinipa Hinsa 113
    Colonneh 137
    Huaco 327
    1970: Hasinai 578
        Neche 36
        Sioux 62






  • Area 9-D was formed:

    Area 9-D (1955-70)
    Wahinkto 199 (from 9-A)
    Otena 295 (from 9-A)
    Kotso 330 (from 9-A)
    Aina Topa Hutsi 60 (from 9-B)
    Tonkawa 99 (from 9-B)
    Wewanoma 272 (from 9-B)
    Karankawa 307 (from 9-B)
    Cuauhtli 446 (from 9-B)


  • description

    Old Area 9-D

    Area 9-D (1971-72)

    to "Region 13" in 1971
    Aina Topa Hutsi 60
    Tonkawa 99
    Wahinkto 199
    Wewanoma 272
    Otena 295
    Karankawa 307
    Kotso 330
    Cuauhtli 446 (m into Gamenowinink 555)

    Scouts de America Council of Mexico City, DF relied on Scouting materials and direction from the Alamo Area Council in San Antonio, TX, which is why Cuauhtli 446 was traditionally associated with Region 9. The lodge officially merged into Gamenowinink 555 in 1971; however, their last tap out occurred in 1990.
    Reference: Bill Topkis, Jeff Morley, and Duane Fowlks. "Run for the Border: The BSA's History in Mexico." Journal of the American Scouting Historical Society 8 (Winter 1998)

    However, according to noted author Robert Frizzell, this article has inaccuracies regarding the BSA in Mexico, including that it was the American Society of Mexico that sponsored BSA units, not Scouts de America. In fact, all lodge charters for Cuauhtli lists Direct or Direct Service as its council.




  • Area 9-E was formed:

    Area 9-E held joint events with 9-C in 1955 and 1956 at the University of Oklahoma (OU) in Norman, OK, as well as its own second event in 1956.

    Area 9-E (1955-62)
    Wichita 35 (from 9-A)
    Nishkin Halupa A Pe Lachi 489 (from 9-B)
    Mikanakawa 101 (from 9-B; host 1962)
    Okiciyapi 56 (from 9-C)
    Wisawanik 190 (from 9-C)
    Akela Wahinapay 232 (from 9-C)
    Sekettummaqua 281 (from 9-C)
    Loquanne Allangwh 428 (from 9-C)
    1956: Oklahoma 320 (nc)
           1955: Oskihoma 320 (rc; from 9-C)



  • According to the Warshield 2011, by 1963 Wisawanik 190, Sekettummaqua 281, and Oklahoma 320 where transferred to Area 9-C from 9-E. Frank Dingerth instead states that this area change didn't occur until 1964. However, since 9-C did not meet in 1963, it has been difficult to verify its member lodges for that year.

    Old Area 9-E

    Area 9-E (1964-72)

    to Area 9-C by 1964
    Wichita 35
    Okiciyapi 56
    Mikanakawa 101 (host 1968)
    Akela Wahinapay 232
    Loquanne Allangwh 428
    Nishkin Halupa A Pe Lachi 489
    Wisawanik 190
    Sekettummaqua 281
    Oklahoma 320







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