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THE OFFICIAL MONITOR OF THE GRAND LODGE OF ANCIENT FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS By THE GRAND LODGE OF TEXAS
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Believing that we should endeavor to perpetuate the memory of those zealous Craftsmen who, at an early day in the history of Texas Masonry, and since then, labored hard to lay the foundation for the... More > present unexampled prosperity of our Order, the Committee on Revision feels that this work would not be complete without an acknowledgment of their services to the Craft. We therefore desire to enter on perpetual record this tribute to their memory: SYMBOLS, JARGAN, SECRET KNOWLEDGE< Less
Chronological History of Prince Hall Masonry in Texas By Frank D. Jackson
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Volume I Number I, as the inaugural Manuscript, will chronicle the Masonic line back to its beginnings in England, the land to which Prince Hall Masons trace our Masonic linage. It will continue the... More > chronology up to 1878 or as counted in Masonic time 5878, which is the year Prince Hall Masonic Family in Texas like their brothers both in England and the United States before them, took their vows to heart and declared their independence from the Grand Institution from which it derived its origin.< Less
Chronological History of Prince Hall Masonry in Texas By Frank D. Jackson
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Volume I Number I, as the inaugural Manuscript, will chronicle the Masonic line back to its beginnings in England, the land to which Prince Hall Masons trace our Masonic linage. It will continue the... More > chronology up to 1878 or as counted in Masonic time 5878, which is the year Prince Hall Masonic Family in Texas like their brothers both in England and the United States before them, took their vows to heart and declared their independence from the Grand Institution from which it derived its origin.< Less
The History of Prince Hall Freemasonry in San Antonio By Dr. Ron Kelley
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The History of Prince Hall Freemasonry in San Antonio is a record of the rich history of Freemasonry among African-Americans in San Antonio, Texas. As one of the largest cities in the United States,... More > San Antonio has always had a strong presence in American history. The accomplishments of the city's African-Americans through their involvement in one of the largest fraternal organizations in America is definitely of historical importance.< Less
Die Kettner Briefe By Ilse Wurster
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“Die Kettner Briefe” consists of 39 letters exchanged between Franz Kettner and his family in Germany from 1850 to 1875. The letters, printed in German with their English translations,... More > read like a good adventure novel with each letter providing a much anticipated new chapter. The story is enhanced by photographs, both old and new, and other supporting documents. Read the “Die Kettner Briefe” to learn of hardships and dangers of frontier life faced by Franz in the Texas Hill Country. Franz was an early farmer and stockman in Comal, Gillespie, and Mason Counties. He participated in several campaigns with the Texas Rangers and later, during the Civil War, was a member of the Minute Men (local militia). He ran a store and post office in Castell. He hauled freight from the Texas coast to Fort Mason. He was a sheriff in both Gillespie and Mason Counties and was the Tax Accessor. Franz held the prestigious position of Cattle and Hide Inspector during the era of large cattle drives from Mason County.< Less
Die Kettner Briefe By Ilse Wurster
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“Die Kettner Briefe” consists of 39 letters exchanged between Franz Kettner and his family in Germany from 1850 to 1875. The letters, printed in German with their English translations,... More > read like a good adventure novel with each letter providing a much anticipated new chapter. The story is enhanced by photographs, both old and new, and other supporting documents. Read the “Die Kettner Briefe” to learn of hardships and dangers of frontier life faced by Franz in the Texas Hill Country. Franz was an early farmer and stockman in Comal, Gillespie, and Mason Counties. He participated in several campaigns with the Texas Rangers and later, during the Civil War, was a member of the Minute Men (local militia). He ran a store and post office in Castell. He hauled freight from the Texas coast to Fort Mason. He was a sheriff in both Gillespie and Mason Counties and was the Tax Accessor. Franz held the prestigious position of Cattle and Hide Inspector during the era of large cattle drives from Mason County.< Less
Out of the Wild Olive Tree By Donald Louis Giddens
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Out of the Wild Olive Tree was written to share historical and genealogical information of our family as far back as fifty-two generations. One should be aware that by that time there were millions... More > of ancestors.... These people make up a small part of our ancestry and DNA, and our history. Out of the millions of ancestors some died rich. Some died destitute. Some died aboard a ship coming to America; others were killed by Indians. The Vikings pillaged some many generations ago. This book will make history more interesting for the Giddens-Cox descendants. Fifty-two generations include many royal ancestors of both Thomas Samuel and Mary Mobeetie (Lindsey)Cox of Albany, Texas. Also included are the Giddens, Mayes, Gilliam, Holloway, Cox, Sanders, Lindsey, and Lewis lines of Elmer Daulton and Louis Savonne (Cox) Giddens including pedigree charts, and index. Don Giddens, Greenville, Texas, Christmas, 2005.< Less