|Statement||by James R. Case.|
|Contributions||Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Connecticut.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 90/00278 (F)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||90888126|
Historical sketch of Philanthropic Lodge, F. and A.M., of Marblehead, Mass., delivered at the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the lodge, Pages: Every lodge that has been duly constituted, and its officers installed, is entitled to be represented in the Grand Lodge, and to form, indeed, a constituent part of that body. 41 The representatives of a lodge are its Master and two Wardens. 42 This character of representation was established in , when the four old lodges, which organized. The Connecticut River and the valley of the Connecticut, three hundred and fifty miles from mountain to sea; historical and descriptive [Bacon, Edwin M. ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Connecticut River and the valley of the Connecticut, three hundred and fifty miles from mountain to sea; historical and descriptive/5(2). The Masonic Text-Book: Containing A History Of Masonry And Masonic Grand Lodges, From The Earliest Times: Together With The Constitution Of Masonry, Regulations Of The Grand Lodge Of Virginia [Dove, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Masonic Text-Book: Containing A History Of Masonry And Masonic Grand Lodges, From The Earliest Times: Together Author: John Dove.
In the First Grand Chapter was formed in Pennsylvania, and in the first national American organization was created—the General Grand Chapter of the New England States, which is today the General Grand Chapter of the United States. Additional Grand Chapters quickly followed in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, and Rhode Island in. Historical Accounts of Vermont Grand Lodge Founding and Bicentennial -- October Rededication Ceremony at Lindholm's. The procession up Washington Street from the Temple to the Lindholm site was in itself an impressive "parade.". The general subject file materials contain personal papers, such as poems and songbooks, materials compiled during his education at Princeton University, literary research notes, as well as materials relating to John Read I’s involvement with the United Church of Christ and the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania Freemasons. Biographical Sketch. Scope and Content. Restrictions. Subject Headings. Administrative Information. Contents: Papers. Terry and Bacon Family Papers, A Guide to the collection at the Connecticut Historical Society.
therefore, on June 19th of that year, organized themselves into an association, the avowed object of which was resistance, by arms if need be, to the increasing aggressions of the British government. A Committee of Safety was appointed, and every man instinctively began to prepare for the struggle that all could see was rapidly approaching. Lodge No. 1o, under the new Grand Lodge, was Chartered on December 1g, , under the name of Mobile; became defunct in ; Lodge No. 11 was Chartered January 1, , at Montgomery, under that name; still active; Marion, at Suggsville, accepted a Charter on Decem , and became No. 12; now defunct; Tuscumbia, No. 4o became No. Masonic records, being lists of all the lodges at home and abroad warranted by the four grand lodges and the "United Grand Lodge" of England, with their dates of constitution, places of meeting, alterations in numbers, &c., &c. also particulars of all lodges having special privileges, centenary warrants, &c., &cPages: Served as Grand Master of Georgia in Visited the Grand Lodge of New York on 24 June James S. Jackson, (27 September – 8 October ), U.S. Representative from Kentucky and a brigadier general in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Killed in .