Freemasonry in Northumberland & Snyder counties, Pennsylvania: dating from the constitution of lodge no. 22, October 4, 1779, and including a history of Charity lodge, no. 144, until warrant was removed to Lewisburg; Perseverance lodge, no. 148; Lafayette lodge, no. 194; Shamokin lodge, no. 255; Milton lodge, no. 256; Mt. Carmel lodge, no. 378; Watsontown lodge, no. 401; Eureka lodge, no. 404; Elysburg lodge, no. 414; Middleburg lodge, no. 619; and Maclay lodge, no. 632; also a sketch of the several other masonic bodies warranted in this district, comp. from actual records and other reliable sources, Volume 2
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