Glacier National Park was established in 1910. Located in northwest Montana on the United States-Canada border, the park encompasses a million acres. Children could visit an Internet site at: http://www.nps.gov/glac/index.htm. They could find out how glaciers and icebergs are formed at: Glaciers.
Radio show was broadcasted for the first time in 1910. Lee Deforest arranged for Enrico Caruso and other celebrities to perform the opera Cavellaria rusticana at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. Only a few people owned the necessary equipment to receive the performance, but it did mark the beginning of radio communication.
Boy Scouts of America was started in 1910 by William Boyce in Washington, DC. The foundation was the work of Sir Robert Baden-Powell and the British Boy Scouts. Children can learn more about scouting at: http://www.scouting.org/
Campfire Girls of America was created in 1910. In 1975 the group decided to admit boys and changed the name to Campfire Girls and Boys of America. In 2001 the group changed its name to Camp Fire USA, and in 2012 another name change produced Camp Fire. Children could learn more at: Camp Fire.