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eBook A History of Dodge County Lodge #72 Free  Accepted Masons download ISBN: 142510925X
Author: Richard L. Larson
Publisher: Trafford Publishing (April 10, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 568
ePub: 1823 kb
Fb2: 1387 kb
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

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This book is a condensed version of an eight hundred plus page book that describes in certain detail the happenings of this Wisconsin Masonic lodge in the 150 year period of its existence. This condensed version is made up of over five hundred pages. It does not remove any of the story lines of the original unabridged version but just removes mostly, the names of officers, elected and appointed, throughout the 150 years.

This is a chronology of the formation of "regular" or "mainstream" Masonic Grand Lodges in North America, descending from the Premier Grand Lodge of England or its rival, the Antient Grand Lodge of England. A Grand Lodge (or "Grand Orient" as it is called in some jurisdictions elsewhere in the world) is the governing body that supervises "Craft" Freemasonry (also known as "Blue Lodge" Freemasonry) in a particular jurisdiction or geographical area.

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This book is a condensed version of an eight hundred plus page book that describes in certain detail the happenings of this Wisconsin Masonic lodge in the 150 year period of its existence. This condensed version is made up of over five hundred pages. It does not remove any of the story lines of the original unabridged version but just removes mostly, the names of officers, elected and appointed, throughout the 150 years. Other instances with references to specific persons that only take up space but do not really contribute to the story that is being told. Few of these names and instances would have any recognition to the reader outside of the area of the lodge that is being written about. That is not to say that there are portions of the book that describe certain people, that may add a historical avenue to the narrative. There were everyday happenings in the lodge that are described, that add detail to the history of the lodge which deserves recording and to the events occurring outside of the lodge while the brethren of the lodge were doing their work. Some of these happenings are recorded after the passage of every year in the section called "The Outside World in (1856)" and every year to the end of the year of 2006. There are events such as the Masonic trials that took place in the early years of the lodge, the charity that was extended to the victims of the Peshtigo and Chicago fires in 1871, the events that were referred to during the Civil War and after the two World Wars and all those events that took up the time and energies of those in and out of the lodge. Or the letter that a disgruntled Mason had published in the local newspaper in Chapter 32 and the response that the lodge made to it. All of these events and many more, make up the interesting day to day happenings of the lodge and its members. This book was produced to preserve a record of what happened during the life of Dodge County Lodge #72 and to provide a record for any person outside of the fraternity that might out of curiosity or of a real interest, in becoming aware of what Masonry really is and what has made it the oldest and largest fraternity in the world.