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Bro. Sam Hornish Jr. Master Mason and Noble of the Shriners. Famous Freemasons | freemasonrysquared.blogspot.com | freemasonrysquared.org | Facebook.com/freemasonrysquared | YouTube.com/c/freemasonrysquared

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The Multi Talented Masonic Graphic Artist Brother Ryan J. Flynn "Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.

Brother George Washington is seen here wearing his Master's Jewel and Watson/Cassoul Masonic Apron laying the cornerstone for the United States Capitol.

George Washington designed the Capitol City with the symbols and signs of Freemasonry for ritual purpose’s . Picture of Washington laying the cornerstone of capitol building.

All these organizations have a Master Mason to thank for their existence.

"All these organizations have a Master Mason to thank for their existence.

Prince Hall Mason, Freemason, Masons

BOOKS & BELONGING: A HISTORY OF BLACK EDUCATION AND ASSOCIATION: PRINCE HALL FREEMASONS - THE FIRST BLACK FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION

First Black masonic Lodge organized Date: Sun, On this date in Prince Hall, a Revolutionary War veteran, organized the Negro Masonic Order in the United States African Lodge No. in Boston.

Rosacruz | Amorc

AMORC -- Ancient Order of the Rose Cross, headquarters of the English-speaking order is down the street from my home.

Richard Howell Gleaves (1819-1907) was a prominent Prince Hall mason and Reconstruction-era politician in South Carolina. He was born free in Philadelphia to a Haitian father and an English mother. In 1866, Gleaves went into business with Robert Smalls, who later served in Congress. He also constructed a black fraternal hall that is now known as the Sons of Beaufort Lodge. In 1872 and 1874, Republican Gleaves was elected the 55th Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina.

Richard Howell Gleaves, Past National Grand Master; [The most distinguished Colored Mason in the United States.

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