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Archivum Masonicum

Volume 2. Albert Pike and the Masonic Veterans Association of the District of Columbia, 1879-1890

ByB. Chris Ruli

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This series reproduces rare and out-of-print work related to Freemasonry that examines its impact on American politics and activities in Washington, D.C. Archivum Masonicum is a must-have for Freemasons, researchers, or anyone interested in the philosophy of Freemasonry and understanding of this ancient and mysterious brotherhood. Volume 2 features the now defunct Masonic Veterans Association of the District of Columbia (MVA). Established in 1879, the MVA became an exclusive Masonic club for Albert Pike and his close colleagues in Washington. This volume reproduces the MVA’s earliest meeting ledgers to better understand early activities, membership, and Pike’s often overlooked commentary on mortality, friendship, and Masonic politics. The author, B. Chris Ruli, is a researcher and historian of early American Freemasonry and author of The White House and the Freemasons. He has served as historian and archivist for a number of Masonic organizations in Washington, D.C. and led efforts to improve access to scholarly Masonic research through digitization. His research has appeared in national Masonic and non-Masonic publications and other media including The Washington Post, Heredom, and The History Channel.

Details

Publication Date
Jun 8, 2023
Language
English
ISBN
9798988310433
Category
History
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): B. Chris Ruli

Specifications

Pages
263
Binding
Case Wrap
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)

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