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Official history of freemasonry among the colored people in North America

William Henry Grimshaw

Official history of freemasonry among the colored people in North America

by William Henry Grimshaw

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Published by Ayer Company in Salem, N.H .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African American freemasonry -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHistory of freemasonry.
    Statementby Wm. H. Grimshaw.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHS878 .G86 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 392 p. :
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22130665M

    OFFICIAL HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY AMONG THE COLORED PEOPLE IN NORTH AMERICA (reprint) by William H. Grimshaw $ ORIGIN & EVOLUTION OF FREEMASONRY CONNECTED WITH ORIGIN & EVOLUTION OF HUMAN RACE (reprint) by Albert Churchward $ ORIGIN OF FREEMASONRY AND KNIGHTS TEMPLAR (reprint of edition) by John R. Bennett $ . His book, published in , "The Official History of Freemasonry among the Colored People in North America". Without presenting or indicating his supporting documentation or evidence of proof, He initiated myths and untruths about Prince Hall, intermingling them with factual materials, thus presenting an interesting story.

    In William H. Grimshaw, a Black Mason, wrote Official History of Freemasonry Among the Colored People in North America. In Harold V.B. Voorhis wrote Negro Masonry in the United States. Voorhis based much of what he wrote on Grimshaw's book. However, the earliest record of this claim appears to be 26 years after the alleged event, made by William H Grimshaw in his Official History of Freemasonry Among the Colored People in North America, Macoy , and subsequent writers cite no earlier authority.

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Book Published New York, Negro Universities Press [] Description xi, vi-xi, p. illus., ports. 23 cm. Other titles History of freemasonry among colored people in North America. Notes Title on spine: History of freemasonry among colored people in North America.

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).Book Edition: 2nd Edition [So Stated on Backstrip]. Spine title: History of freemasonry among colored people in North America. Reprint of the ed. Description: xi, vi-xi, pages illustrations, portraits 23 cm: Other Titles: History of freemasonry among colored people in North America.

A Treatise delivered in the St. Cyprian Lodge on June 24th, ; and Official History of Freemasonry among the Colored People in North America: Tracing the Growth of Masonry from Down to the Present Day (): and more recently, Corey D.

Walker’s A Noble Fight: African American Freemasonry and the Struggle for Democracy in by: 1. 6 Grimshaw W E, Official History of Freemasonry Among the Colored People of North America, Washington, DC, ; reprinted by Books for Libraries Press, New Yorkp 7 Draffen, op cit, p 8 Voorhis, H V B, Negro Masonry in the United States, New York ; Facts for Freemasons, Macoy, New Yorkrevisedp The magazines in this collection mark the start of a long-term project of the Phylaxis Society to undo the damage done by William H.

Grimshaw in his book published inThe Official History of Freemasonry Among the Colored People of North America. In the early 20th century, William Grimshaw published “The Official History of Freemasonry Among the Colored People in North America.” This book was widely quoted throughout the 20th century and beyond, with Grimshaw’s accounts deeply woven into the narratives and official histories of many Prince Hall lodges and grand lodges.

Today, historians believe that many elements of Grimshaw’s history were. Get this from a library. Official history of freemasonry among the colored people in North America.

[Wm H Grimshaw]. A History of Freemasonry Among Negroes in America Harry E. Davis Published under the Auspices of the United Supreme Council, Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Northern Jurisdiction, U.S.A. (Prince Hall Affiliation), - African American freemasonry - pages.

William Grimshaw published in his Official History of Free Masonry Among Colored People in North America. George W. Crawford issued his Prince Hall and His Followers in   Wm. H. Grimshaw who authored the book titled, “Official History of Freemasonry Among the Colored People in North America”, Some would consider Grinshaw work which was originally published in as one of the first scholarly recordings written .See the Grand Lodge proceedings of Pennsylvania of, and See the historical facts of Freemasonry among Colored Men in the United States published by J.

M. Conna of Connecticut in the year of See the history of Freemasonry among Colored Men in the United States by W. H. Grimshaw of Washington D. C.