Freemasonry on Both Sides of the Atlantic: Essays Concerning the Craft in the British Isles, Europe, the United States, and Mexico

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Richard William Weisberger, Wallace McLeod, S. Brent Morris
East European Monographs, 2002 - History - 942 pages
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Contributors to this impressive volume examine and consider the major features and legacies of operative and speculative Freemasonry in the British Isles. The authors also assess the impact of Masonry upon civic cultures, classes, and institutions in both Europe and North America. The volume contains incisive chapters about Freemasonry in colonial and revolutionary America, and about the salient role of the craft in Mexico.

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The Lodge of Edinburgh 15981746
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Canongate Kilwinning Lodge
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Weisberger is professor of history and sociology at Butler Community College.

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