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5 edition of Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans found in the catalog.

Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans

by Gerry L. Prinsen

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Published by Kessinger Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology, Social Studies,
  • Freemasonry,
  • Metaphysics,
  • Mysticism,
  • Philosophy,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10937239M
    ISBN 10076610690X
    ISBN 109780766106901

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      The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry (AASR) is one of several different rites belonging to the worldwide fraternity known as Freemasonry. A rite is a series of progressive degrees that are conferred by various Masonic organisations or bodies that all operate under the control of one central authority. "New Orleans: A House-Watcher's Guide" by LLoyd Vogt! I bought this when my wife and I lived in Uptown. We loved checking out all the cool old homes, and this book details the history of each neighborhood based on the architectual design of the homes (shotgun homes in uptown vs ranch style homes in lakeview).

      NEW ORLEANS — The debate over the removal of four Confederate-era monuments has stewed here for nearly two years, longer than the city was under Confederate control, and it . In , the first “Ecossais,” or Scottish Lodge, was organized in Bordeaux, one of the oldest and most influential Masonic centers in France. The membership included Scottish and English Masons. The years saw the formation of the first “Hauts Grades” or advanced degrees.


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Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans by Gerry L. Prinsen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans [Prinsen, Gerry L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans2/5(1). This is The Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New other editions, this edition contains a photographic reproduction of the original handwritten French text, a French transcription and an English translation.

Published in association with the Louisiana Lodge of Research. Part of the Cornerstone Scottish Rite Education Series. This is The Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans.

Unlike other editions, this edition contains a photographic reproduction of the original handwritten French text, a French transcription and an English translation. Published in association with the Louisiana Lodge of : Michael R. Poll. The Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans-Edited by Gerry L.

PrinsenIntroduction by Michael R. Poll x 11 Softcover pagesISBN For many years in the mid to late ’s, and in all of the classic Louisiana Masonic history books.

Records of an unknown Freemasonry in New Orleans much earlier than the 's changed the known history of Freemasonry in Louisiana. This is The Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans. Unlike Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans book editions, this edition contains a photographic reproduction of the original handwritten French text, a French transcription and an English.

For many years in the mid to late 's, and in all of the classic Louisiana Masonic history books of the time, it was believed and written that no Freemasonry existed in New Orleans before the creation of Perfect Union Lodge #1 and Etoile Polaire Lodge #1 in the 's.

Then came a startling discovery in an old lodge in France. Records of an. Gerry L. Prinsen is the author of Story of the Scottish Rite Lodge of New Orleans ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Bonseigneu 4/5(13).

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Poll. An amazing look into a forgotten Masonic body existing in New Orleans during the late ’s and early ’s. (shelved 1 time as new-orleans-history) avg rating — 31, ratings — published The Story of the Ecossais Lodge of New Orleans: The lost "Scottish Rite" Masonry of New Orleans (0) Your Price: $ May Take 5 to 6 Weeks to Ship if Not in Stock Book of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite (0) Your Price: $ May Take 5 to 6 Weeks to Ship if Not in Stock.

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