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The Introduction Of Freemasonry Into The North American Colonies

by Albert Gallatin Mackey

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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    Number of Pages20
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    Open LibraryOL11921053M
    ISBN 10143040924X
    ISBN 109781430409243

    Freemasonry was highly practiced in America by the founding fathers. Its existence in the hierarchy of American leadership is not an imagination conjured out of the blues. It is highly argued that the founding fathers of America who were linked to Freemasonry had an extraordinarily close bound to . Both movements had lasting impacts on the colonies. The beliefs of the New Lights of the First Great Awakening competed with the religions of the first colonists, and the religious fervor in Great Britain and her North American colonies bound the eighteenth-century British Atlantic together in a shared, common experience.

    The Freemasons wanted a central bank which must have a central government to enforce it. Henry Clausen, the head of Freemasonry in the '60s and '70s, said this in his book, Masons Who Helped Shape Our Nation (pp ): "The nation could either unify as one people or disintegrate into a loose federation of States. for Freemasonry^ importance to eighteenth-century revolutionary move ments in France and the American colonies. Fay saw Freemasonry as the "main instigator of the intellectual revolution" of that age and "the spiritual father of its political revolutions." According to Fay, Freemasons engen.

      As the Illuminati came into being in Europe, the revolution in America was already under way and as George Washington said himself, American freemasonry had not been infiltrated by the order- “It is not my intention to doubt that the doctrine of the Illuminati and the principles of Jacobinism had not spread in the United States. Within thirty years, the fraternity had spread throughout Europe and the American Colonies. Freemasonry became very popular in colonial America. George Washington was a Mason, Benjamin Franklin served as the head of the fraternity in Pennsylvania, as did .


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The Introduction Of Freemasonry Into The North American Colonies by Albert Gallatin Mackey Download PDF EPUB FB2

An Introduction to Freemasonry. An Introduction to Freemasonry. The following introduction to Freemasonry was prepared by the Masonic. Renewal Committee of North America after the 'Claudy' books went out of. print and became unavailable. CHAPTER XLVI INTRODUCTION OF FREEMASONRY INTO THE NORTH AMERICAN COLONIES THE intercourse of the English colonies with the mother country was continuous, and, considering the condition of navigation, conducted entirely by sailing-vessels, was frequent.

The colonists brought with them, in their immigration to the new country, the language, the laws, and the customs of their. Steven Bullocks traces Freemasonry through its first century in America. He follows the order from its origins in Britain and its introduction into North America in the s to its near-destruction by a massive anti-Masonic movement almost a century later and its subsequent reconfiguration into the brotherhood we know today/5(21).

In the American colonies, it attracted the social and political elite, entrepreneurs, artisans, farmers and free Africans. Through revolution, war and the establishment of the new republic, Freemasonry was transformed into a forum for equality, liberty, enterprise and civic virtue.

The book also details the history of slavery in the Western Hemisphere, and describes why natives snared into slavery perished, and why slaves brought from Africa survived.

If you enjoy reading about history of the Americas, this is a book you should read. Be mindful that its coverage goes way beyond the American colonies/5(). Meanwhile, the population rose dramatically in Britain’s North American colonies.

In the early s the population in the colonies had reachedByhowever, over a million British migrants and African slaves had established a near-continuous zone of settlement on the Atlantic coast from Maine to.

THE ROLE of Freemasonry and individual Masons prior to and through the American Revolution was that of the destruction of the traditional social and political order based on an authoritarian philosophy and characterized by inequality and privilege.

The red Freemasonry of France was introduced in into the Colonies. Behind red Freemasonry were Frederick the Great, Philip Egalite, Swiss bankers, and British intelligence.

The Grand Consistory of Sublime Princes of the Royal Secrets of Paris, which Frederick the Great controlled, sent Stephen Morin, a Jew, to establish the Rite of. Freemasonry spread from the British Isles during the Colonial Era. All of the "original" Grand Lodges began to issue charters to individual lodges in North America, but the two English Grand Lodges (the "Ancients" and the "Moderns") were the most prolific.

require the North American colonies to pay a greater share of the empires administrative expenses b. end slavery in the North American colonies c.

encourage colonial expansion into the Ohio valley by moving all Amerindians further west d. strengthen the French. The Origins of Freemasonry: Facts and Fictions has five chapters, abbreviated as follows- Origins, Daily Lives, Schools of Government, Freemasons and the Marketplace, and Women in Freemasonry.

The book makes a number of good points so let’s look at : Fred Milliken. Inan African American named Prince Hall, along with 14 other African-American men, was initiated into a British military lodge with a warrant from the Grand Lodge of Ireland, having failed to obtain admission from the other lodges in Boston.

When the British military Lodge left North America after the end of the Revolution, those 15 men were given the authority to meet as a Lodge, but not to initiate. Taylor has written an incredibly thorough and expansive survey of the settling of the North American continent. Don't be fooled by the cover; this book does not just focus on the 13 "American Colonies" that most think of when they hear the phrase.

Taylor covers literally all of North American history and exploration to about /5. The Beginnings of Freemasonry in America Containing a reference to all that is known of Freemasonry in the Western Hemisphere prior toand short sketches of the lives of some of the Provincial Grand Masters, Melvin M.

Johnson Grand Master of Masons in Massachusetts, illustrated. Kingsport, Tennessee: Southern Publishers, Inc. Masonic Publications Division, p.

At least one Masonic historian freely admits that the newspapers of the Colonies took care that the public "was not altogether without information about the Craft." In Behind the Lodge Doo r, historian Paul Fisher writes: "The first Lodge of Freemasonry in America was established at Philadelphia inand claimed Benjamin Franklin as a member.

The History of Freemasonry with The History of its Introduction in the United States The History of the Symbols of Freemasonry and the History of the A. Scottish Rite Volumes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 Mackey, Albert Gallatin; Singleton, William R.

First, the Masonic fraternity in the American colonies took no part in the Revolution, following Masonic tradition by taking no official stance. However, the fraternity’s official neutrality may have owed as much to the divided loyalties of its leadership as it did to Masonic tradition.

Masonic thought influenced American history: the Masons were opposed to the claims of royalty—a strong influence on the development of the American revolt against Britain which culminated in the Revolutionary War.

They were also known for their opposition to the Catholic Church, another international organization that competed for allegiance. (3) "Histoire des Trois Grandes Loges," p. Ragon, who is less imaginative or inventive than Rebold, though he, also, too often omits or is unable to give his authorities merely says that Derwentwater was chosen as their Grand Master by the brethren at the time of the introduction of Freemasonry into Paris.

" Acta Latomorum," p. Public fascination about the Society of Freemasons has increased since the organization became the subject of several recently published novels. A sense of the mysterious surrounds the fraternity. However, many myths about Masonic activities and rituals are founded on rumor and suspicion alone.

Influential Freemasons helped to further the 18th century intellectual movement known as. book is full of excellent research, and his premise is correct as Christian freemasonry would overcome many of the American freemason groups, immediately before and during the founding era, there was within freemasonry a division.

This division, first defined by some British and American masons insplit the brotherhood into two.Early Freemasonry in North America. There is little but tradition regarding Freemasonry in North America prior to Setting aside an inscribed stone dated from Goat Island, Nova Scotia; ambiguous Plymouth County records from ; and the Rev.

Edward Peterson's claims for a Rhode Island lodge inthe first reference to a freemason in North America is Jonathan Belcher, born in.The North American colonies were required by law to import goods from Europe, or their mother country.

The Navigation Acts reinforced North American trade with Europe. Trading ships in American ports had to be English, whether they were importing or exporting goods or material.