October 31, 1860 – Juliette Gordon Low was born.
1910 – Girl Scouting begins in England.
1911 – Juliette meets Sir Robert Braden-Powell who founded Boy Scouts in England, and his sister Agnes Braden-Powell, who founded Girl Guides (Girl Scouts) in England.
March 12, 1912 – Margaret Daisy Gordon, Juliette’s niece, becomes the first registered Girl Guide in America.
1913 – Girl Guides become Girl Scouts in America.
W.J. Hoxie makes the first Girl Scout handbook entitled, How Girls Can Help Their Country.
1914 – Trefoil design becomes membership badge and membership card.
1915 – Juliette Low becomes President of Girl Scouts.
1916 – Girl Scout headquarters is moved to New York City.
The first Brownie troop is held in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Brownie grades 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
1917 – The first troop of handicapped girls of the United States is organized in New York City.
1920 – During this time there were nearly 100 Girl Scout councils in eleven states.
Juliette Low retires as President of Girl Scouts and takes the title “Founder Of Girl Scouts”.
October 31st becomes known as Founders Day in Girl Scouts.
1922 – Camp Andree Clark becomes first national Girl Scout camp.
1927 – Juliette Low dies at the age of 67.
1928 – World Association of Girl Scouts and Girl Guides (WAGGS) is formed.
March 12, 1932 – Official Birthday of Girl Scouts.
1936 – First Girl Scout cookie sale.
1947 – The organization was now renamed to Girl Scouts of the United States of America.
1949 – Almost 1,500,000 people were registered in Girl Scouts.
1963 - -Girl Scouts were divided into four age groups, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes and Seniors.
1978 – Girl Scout pin shaped like a trefoil is now changed to look like a girl’s face.
1984 – Daisy program begins for 5 year old girls in kindergarten.
1987 – Girl Scouts’ 75th Anniversary.