Seeking Freemasonry

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John Staples � Seeking Freemasonry; Academia & the Ancient Craft

FREEMASONRY'S CONNECTION to the academic world is a unique story

and one that continues to inspire. When students and professors at Oxford

formed a lodge in 1819, they sparked a movement that has spread to more

than a hundred universities, including Cambridge, Toronto, Harvard, Texas,

and UCLA. Seeking Freemasonry: Academia and the Ancient Craft

describes this remarkable evolution, and covers related topics such as

libraries and museums, research lodges, and scholastic conferences. It

offers a vital account of how Masonry is thriving in our time.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

JOHN STAPLES served for 20 years as the editor of Mariner magazine,

published by the Maine Maritime Academy. He has been honored

for his work as a writer and editor by Freedoms Foundation at

Valley Forge, the Navy League, and the Council for the Advancement

and Support of Education. A Boston University graduate and a

U.S. Marine Corps veteran, he is a fourth generation Freemason and a

permanent member of the Grand Lodge of New Hampshire.

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Always wanted to know

Review by Scott Haversat on 3/18/2020

Not having any background or knowledge of Freemasonry, I found this book to be very educational, well thought out in clearly understood terms. Anyone who is interested in learning about Masonry can benefit from this read.

Can't Put it Down!

Review by Richard Neal Jr DMD on 6/11/2020

This is a fascinating book on Freemasonry associated with Colleges and Universities and associated research. Surprising to see college students so interested in the Craft and a compelling read for Masons and non-Masons alike. I highly recommend it and hope for more from the author.

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