Episode 133 – African Lodge No. 1
We’re spending some time delving into Prince Hall Masonic history! This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome special guest Bro. John L. Hairston, member of Harmony Lodge No. 2 under the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Washington and author of the book “Landmarks of our Fathers: A Critical Analysis of the Start and Origin of African Lodge No. 1,” as they discuss the origins of Prince Hall Masonry and the founding of the first Prince Hall Lodge. You won’t want to miss this episode!
Photo Credit: Records of African Lodge No. 459 in Boston, MA identifying members of African Lodge No. 1. Used with permission.
- Bro. John L. Hairston’s Book and Website, Landmarks of Our Fathers
Mid-Atlantic Convocation of Academic Lodges
http://www.academiclodge.orgThe end of the Living Stones Magazine http://freemasonsfordummies.blogspot.com/2016/09/the-end-of-living-stones.html
An Inside Look at the Freemasons: Article on Men’s health website AskMen.com
MASONIC MONDAY QUESTION … ON TUESDAY
American football has evolved from its humble roots as a rugby style game to
what we see today. As experimentation flourished, this brother, whose name
still graces youth football programs in the United States, developed a formation
that took advantage of extra blocking when it was the tailback, not the
quarterback, who led the offense. Although this formation has fallen out of
favor, its effects on the game still persist. Who was this famous Freemason and
football coach and in which lodge was he initiated?
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