DISCOURCE: Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 251: “Masonic Examples of Brotherhood in the Hudson Valley During the American Revolution” Δ

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Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 251:

“Masonic Examples of Brotherhood in the Hudson Valley During the American Revolution” Δ

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Here is our latest installment of research papers from Virginia Research Lodge No. 1777. If you would like to be added to the list, or have a friend who would like to be on the list, just send me an email or message. This week’s submission is from Rt. Wor. William Maurer, entitled “Masonic Examples of Brotherhood in the Hudson Valley During the American Revolution” which was presented to George Washington Lodge of Research No. 1732 on December 4, 2021.

“Treasure in a Battered, Brass Bound, Bullock Trunk – with a Smashed Lock.”

This paper recounts with incredible detail many events of the Revolutionary War with specific emphasis on military Masonic Lodges and the exploits of Masons on both sides during the war. Special attention is paid to a Masonic Bible, which was returned under a flag of truce from one army to the other.

If you enjoy these weekly papers, I highly recommend attending one of Virginia’s premier Research Lodges. Hearing a paper presented in person by the author, with the discussion afterwards, is a far superior experience to simply reading it for yourself. Also, there are papers presented in a Research Lodge that will never be made available online.

Did you miss a paper? See all previous papers here: http://www.researchlodge.org/Lists/Spreading.