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North Carolina Masons in the American Revolution

Frederick G. Speidel

North Carolina Masons in the American Revolution

by Frederick G. Speidel

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Published by Press of Oxford Orphanage in [Oxford, N.C.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina,
  • South Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Freemasons. North Carolina -- History.,
    • Freemasons. North Carolina -- Biography.,
    • North Carolina -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.,
    • South Carolina -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Frederick G. Speidel.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHS537.N82 S67
      The Physical Object
      Pagination77 p. :
      Number of Pages77
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4924248M
      LC Control Number76350535

      Historians have long recognized that Masons were important figures in the era of the American Revolution. Now, in this wide-ranging study, Steven Bullock tells us why. Offering a fascinating analysis of their rhetoric and rituals, he discovers the early American Masons of the Reviews: Full text of "North Carolina Lodge Manual: For the Degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft, and Master Mason, as Authorized by the Grand Lodge of North Carolina Free and Accepted Masons: and the Services for the Burial of the Dead of the Fraternity" See other formats.^^)^ Caf»0/y BAM N SON THIS BOOK BELONGS TO M^^-^hCc^-J^ ^c who was born ^.-^^^^ ^^-^ iJ^.

      Col. James Gorham with Pitt County men attempted to stop Lord Cornwallis's march north, but Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton scattered the Patriots around the bridge. 7-May: Swift Creek & Fishing Creek: Nash: Nash: Two more attempts to slow down Lord Cornwallis failed. Capt. The tide turned in the Patriots’ favor in the victories at Kings Mountain (October 7, ) and Cowpens (Janu ). Later in , Continental Army Major General Nathanael Greene commenced a drive that pushed the main British force out of South Carolina, through North Carolina, and into Virginia.

      Some masons, such as Benedict Arnold, took this so far as to betray the patriot side (Ridley ). Beside loyalist masons, many patriot masons did not join the masons until after the War for Independence had already begun (Ridley 96). One other fact that is commonly used to tie the masons to the American Revolution is the Green Dragon Tavern. How Freemasonry Steered the American Revolution and the Revolutionary War Words 4 Pages Although their influence on the social sphere was by far the largest, the masons also had an impact on military conditions during the American Revolution and War for Independence.


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At the bottom of the certificate is says: "From: Accounts of United States with North Carolina War of Revolution, Book A, page " It is apparently a copy, dated "Raleigh, Septemand signed by a secretary C.C. C(unreadable last name). of North Carolina. —Hugh Williamson, The History of North Carolina, T his catalogue has been produced in conjunction with the exhibition North Carolina in the American Revolutionon display from Octoto Apat Anderson House, the headquarters, library and museum of the Society of the Cincinnati in Washington, D.C.

Part One: North Carolina Masons in the American Revolution. Part Two: Biographical Sketches of North Carolina Masons, British and Tory Masons. The biographical section of the book is the first attempt to compile a list of North Carolina Masons who participated in the Revolutionary War with a brief account of the known highlights of their Rating: % positive.

North Carolina stopped issuing military land warrants after ceding her western lands to the United States Government in However, for warrants which had been issued priorNorth Carolina continued to give grants up to about ; Tennessee honored the North Carolina warrants until considerably later.

First, the Masonic fraternity in the American colonies took no part in the Revolution, following Masonic tradition by taking no official stance. However, the fraternity’s official neutrality may have owed as much to the divided loyalties of its leadership as it did to Masonic tradition.

Many Masons were Loyalists. In the Duke of Beaufort commissioned Joseph Montfort Provincial Grand Master of North Carolina, a post he ably held until his death in Between Montfort's death and the end of the American Revolution, the Provincial Grand Lodge Lodge of North Carolina essentially ceased to exist, though individual lodges continued to operate.

The American Revolution, although not an exclusive Masonic endeavor, was heavily influenced by Freemasons. Freemasons acted as revolutionary soldiers, officers, leaders and eventually Presidents. Freemasons had a significant role to play in the American Revolution and the founding of the United States and Freemasons would continue to hold.

Grand Lodge of North Carolina. The Grand Lodge Office provides several titles of Masonic Publications. Book and Price List. The history of North Carolina from prehistory to the present covers the experiences of the people who have lived in the territory that now comprises the U.S.

state of North Carolina. Before CE, residents were building earthwork mounds, which were used for cooking and religious ding peoples, including those of the ancient Mississippian culture established by CE in.

Lenoir, William ( - ) Subject Lenoir, William ( - ) Call Number C S74n Title Speidel, Frederick G. North Carolina Masons in the American Revolution. Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution. By North Carolina D A R, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (Google Books) Boston Tea Party & start of the Revolutionary War - site suggested by student Alyssa Roberts.

North Carolina Troop Returns. lists, returns, records of prisoners, and records of draftees. North Carolina Masonic Foundation. likes. NCMF is a c(3) nonprofit dedicated to supporting The Masonic Home for Children at Oxford and WhiteStone: A Masonic and Eastern Star Home, Greensboro.

The North Carolina Mason, Raleigh, North Carolina. K likes. The official newspaper of the Grand Lodge of North Carolina AF&AM. This page links to most of our information on North Carolina and the American Revolution.

You can also browse our American Revolution-related articles here: American Revolution () If you have a specific question, just let us know. Mike Childs, NCpedia, N.C. Government & Heritage Library. Published by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and the University of North Carolina Press In the first comprehensive history of the fraternity known to outsiders primarily for its secrecy and rituals, Steven Bullock traces Freemasonry through its first century in America.

Masons and the American Revolution The values of secular governance, liberty and equality before the law were highly revolutionary in the Eighteenth Century. The nobility believed that by right of birth they were subject to a different law, and the Church believed that it had the right to rule.

Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture by the University of North Carolina Press.

Discount offer: Call the University of North Carolina Press and say that you saw the book on this Freemasonry website to receive a 20% discount. MasterCard/Visa only. Toll-free Praise for Revolutionary Brotherhood.

A history of William T. Bain Lodge No. of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina, Wake County, North Carolina: Topics: Freemasonry, Grand Lodge. North Carolina’s Revolutionary Founders, edited by Jeff Broadwater and Troy L.

Kickler (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, ). The Old North State has its own Revolutionary War heroes, and although not totally ignored, their fame has been obscured on the national stage due to the more famous stories of Adams of Massachusetts, Franklin of Pennsylvania.

compiler, Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution (Durham, NC: The North Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution, ). This book is available at Go to the card catalog and enter the name of the book.

Comment: The above book includes a variety of North Carolina records relative to the Revolution.