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On Holy Ground

On Holy Ground: A History of The Honorable Order of American Co-Masonry by Karen Kidd, a 2011 paperback from The Masonic Publishing Company, is part of the collection at the Reading Room.

Karen Kidd On Holy Ground from The Masonic Publishing Company

“The Compelling Story of Co-Masonry in North America

On Holy Ground: History of the Honorable Order of American Co-Masonry, the American Federation of Human Rights removes the veil from a great silence in the history of Freemasonry: the story of Co-Masonry in North America. The first book of its kind in Co-Masonry, On Holy Ground traces that history from the founding of the first Co-Masonic Lodge on the continent in 1903 to the completion of the Grand Temple in 2009. Well documented, with hundreds of footnotes and images, many in color and most never before published, On Holy Ground is the truth about this saga finally told.” — back cover

 

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