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Official history of freemasonry among the colored people in North America : tracing the growth of masonry from 1717 down to the present day, bringing to light many interesting facts unknown to the great body of the craft : also giving an account of the introduction of freemasonry into America, its origin and practice among Negroes, the establishment of Subordinate and Grand Lodges, Royal Arch Chapters, Commanderies, the Scottish Rite, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, and the Ancient Rite of Memphis, with its ninety-seven degrees, to which is appended much general information tending to show the progress of the race in citizenship, business, education, wealth, with the names of prominent Americans who have become famous in the craft and other walks of life


Pages 67-68 missing.will digitize20150810pdaGEU-Spublic domainManuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library copy from the library of Carter G. Woodson and Association for the Study of African American Life and History Library.The online edition of this book in the public domain, i.e., not protected by copyright, has been produced by the Emory University Digital library Publications Program
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