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A Sesquicentennial Commemorative History By Burnell Eckardt
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This book details the history of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Kewanee, Illinois from 1862-2012. It also contains an appendix: "Memos to Pastors and Parishes in Trouble"
Illustrations of Freemasonry: By One of the Fraternity Who Has Devoted Thirty Years to the Subject By Capt. William Morgan
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This controversial, and fully illustrated book forms a cornerstone of the mythology surrounding anti-Freemasonry. Captain William Morgan, was a disenchanted Freemason, based in Batavia, New York.... More > After he was ejected by the local lodge, he announced he would publish a book exposing the secretive Masonic rituals. Shortly before the book was published in 1826, Morgan disappeared, and three Free Masons were later convicted of kidnapping. Although there were claims that Morgan had been murdered, others say that he was forced to leave the country. The incident led to widespread hostility towards Freemasons in the United States.< Less
Order Out Of Chaos The Landmarks Of Freemasonry By Sean R. Bailey
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Order Out Of Chaos: The Landmarks of Freemasonry is an In-depth tumble down one of the most controversial rabbit holes of freemasonry. It is a clear look to the known beginning. Of unwritten laws and... More > moral sciences of one of the worlds fraternal orders. Both of the operative nature and the speculative.. For a non-mason it gives a beautiful view of what the ethics and morals of a Freemason are and have stood for throughout centuries of trial and tribulations. Taking you headstrong into the "Old Charges" or "Manuscript Constitutions" as well as into the progressive nature of the Landmarks into the Modern frame of today's Fraternity. The research is a great starting point for any new Mason.. O for even a seasoned member of the Fraternity.< Less
Order Out Of Chaos The Landmarks Of Freemasonry By Sean R. Bailey
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Order Out Of Chaos: The Landmarks of Freemasonry is an In-depth tumble down one of the most controversial rabbit holes of freemasonry. It is a clear look to the known beginning. Of unwritten laws and... More > moral sciences of one of the worlds fraternal orders. Both of the operative nature and the speculative.. For a non-mason it gives a beautiful view of what the ethics and morals of a Freemason are and have stood for throughout centuries of trial and tribulations. Taking you headstrong into the "Old Charges" or "Manuscript Constitutions" as well as into the progressive nature of the Landmarks into the Modern frame of today's Fraternity. The research is a great starting point for any new Mason.. O for even a seasoned member of the Fraternity.< Less
Illustrations of Masonry By H.R.M. Abiff
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Illustrations of Masonry has a controversial backstory which is part of the mythology of anti-Freemasonry. 'Captain' William Morgan, the author, was a disappointed Freemason in Batavia, New York.... More > Rejected by the local lodge, he announced that he was going to publish a work exposing Masonic rituals and secrets. Shortly before publication in 1826, he disappeared, and three Masons were later convicted of kidnapping him. Although claims were made that Morgan had been murdered, some say that he was forced to leave the US. Either way, it was good publicity for this book, which was published in 1827, but bad for the Masons. The incident led to widespread protests against Freemasons in the US, and eventually an anti-Masonic Party, which at its height in 1832 got seven electoral votes for William Wirt for President.< Less
Illustrations of Masonry By H.R.M. Abiff
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Illustrations of Masonry has a controversial backstory which is part of the mythology of anti-Freemasonry. 'Captain' William Morgan, the author, was a disappointed Freemason in Batavia, New York.... More > Rejected by the local lodge, he announced that he was going to publish a work exposing Masonic rituals and secrets. Shortly before publication in 1826, he disappeared, and three Masons were later convicted of kidnapping him. Although claims were made that Morgan had been murdered, some say that he was forced to leave the US. Either way, it was good publicity for this book, which was published in 1827, but bad for the Masons. The incident led to widespread protests against Freemasons in the US, and eventually an anti-Masonic Party, which at its height in 1832 got seven electoral votes for William Wirt for President.< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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