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-Dwight L. Smith Lodge of Research

-Solomon (UGLE)

-REHMLAC+, University of Costa Rica Historical Studies Program of Freemasonry​​

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​Terre Haute, Indiana 47807


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Recommended Reading


​-Ancient Charges of Freemasonry, The, by James Anderson

-Born in Blood, John J. Robinson 

-Is it True What They Say About                 Freemasonry?, Dr. S. Brent Morris and Arturo de Hoyos

-Freemasons for Dummies, Christopher L. Hodapp

-Solomon's Builders, Christopher L. Hodapp

-Ninety Years of Masonry: Terre Haute Lodge, No. 19, Edward Gilbert

​-A History of Freemasonry in Indiana: From 1806 to 1898, Daniel McDonald

-Goodly Heritage: One Hundred Fifty Years of Freemasonry in Indiana, Dwight L. Smith

-Heritage Endures: Perspectives on Two Hundred Years of Indiana Freemasonry, Christopher L. Hodapp