3 edition of Colorados Territorial Masons found in the catalog.
|Statement||Iron Gate Publishing|
|Publishers||Iron Gate Publishing|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
The Masons have a history in Colorado longer than the state or territory itself. The first Masonic lodges formed in the area were done so under dispensation from the Grand Lodges of Kansas and Nebraska until Colorado became a Territory in 1861 and formed its own Grand Lodge. Between the time Colorado became a territory in 1861 and a state in 1876, thirty-one Masonic lodges were formed with the help of more than 4,000 local men whose names are included in this index. The Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Colorado often included news from Masons in other states, as well as the names of officers of the other Grand Lodges around the county. Their names are also included. File Size: 1MB.
The candidate of these three degrees is progressively taught Colorados Territorial Masons meanings of the symbols of Freemasonry and entrusted with grips, signs and words to signify to other members that he has been so initiated.
Hastings, Chris; Elizabeth Day 20 April 2003. A belief in a supreme being and scripture is a condition of membership. Revolutionary brotherhood: Freemasonry and the transformation of the American social order, 1730—1840. He was a cousin of and as such was an early executive of. Initiated in Pacific Lodge, Long's Bar,in 1850 and later a member of Tehama Lodge No. Cooper, Cracking the Freemason's Code, Rider 2006, p190• It is possible that the immediate objections of the United Grand Lodge of England were at least partly motivated by the political tension between France and Britain at the time.
Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon. 14 June 1805 — Colorados Territorial Masons October 1871Union Army officer in the American Civil War, known for being the commander of at the beginning of the war. The policy of requiring a declaration of masonic membership by applicants for judicial office judges and magistrates was ended in 2009 by who had initiated the requirement in the 1990s.
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