In January of 1990, the Shawnee Council headquartered in Lima, Ohio and the Pu-Han-Sen Council headquartered in Findlay, Ohio merge their resources to form the Black Swamp Area Council headquartered in Findlay, Ohio. Three year later the Ketchikeniqua Lodge #238 and the Eagle Creek Lodge #328 joined forces to form the Mawat Woakus Lodge #449. The arrowmen of the newly formed Lodge chose as their totem the “One Gray Fox” (Mawat Woakus). In May of 1993, they issued their first lodge flap. This flap remained in place for two years. The second Lodge flap was issued in the Fall of 1995 and was replaced when the National Logo of the MGM Indian was replaced by the Arrow at the National Order of the Arrow Conference in 1996. This series lasted until the winter of 2002. The lasted Lodge flap designed by Sean Jones replace the series with the Ghost patch which was replaced by the newest issue in the Fall of 2004.
In the 14 year history of Mawat Woakus Lodge, the Arrowmen worked hard to bring harmony between the two Lodges by being awarded the E. Urner Goodman Camping Award in 2002. The Mawat Woakus Lodge also has a long record of 11 years in a row of being a National Honor Lodge with the latest coming in 2009.