Friday, October 31, 2014

Freemasonry and the Lewis and Clark Expedition: Information Sources


Information sources used in the research for this series of articles:


Web sites -
Grand Lodges:
Grand Lodge of Georgia
Grand Lodge of Missouri
Grand Lodge of Oregon
Grand Lodge of California
Grand Lodge of Iowa
Grand Lodge of Washington
Other Masonic Lodges:
St Louis Missouri Lodge No. 1
Fredericksburg Lodge No. 4
Wikipedia:
History of Freemasonry
Premier Grand Lodge of England
Thomas Smith Webb
History of Masonic Grand Lodges in North America
Louisiana Purchase
Lewis and Clark Expedition
Charles Floyd (explorer)
Thomas Webb:
WEBB'S FREEMASON'S MONITOR
Masonic History:
Masonic Trivia
Phoenix Freemasonry:
Phoenix Masonry, Inc.
Masonic Education:
Freemasons and Freemasonry
Old Charges
American Revolution:
The American Revolution, 1763 - 1783
Louisiana Purchase:
The Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark Expedition
Baltimore Convention:
THE CONVENTION THAT CHANGED THE FACE OF FREEMASONRY
The Baltimore Convention
The Convention That Changed Freemasonry
PBS:
The Corps
Lewis and Clark in Kentucky:
Charles Floyd
Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center:
Sioux City Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center
Discovering Lewis and Clark:
Meriwether Lewis, Master Mason
Lewis and Clark.com:
Military Members of the Expedition’s Permanent Party
Wikimedia:
United States 1804
We Proceeded On:
WPO Issue Index
Frances Hunter's American Heroes Blog:
Lewis & Clark as Masons
Journals:
Journals - May 1804 - September 1804
The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Journals of Lewis and Clark, by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
Big Hole Valley:
Wisdom
NIU:
Freemasonry comes to Illinois
Ste. Genevieve:
Freemasonry Crosses the Mississippi
Oregon City:
707 Main Street - Masonic Temple Multnomah No. 1


Hard Copy:
Books:
American Freemasons: Three Centuries of Building Communities by Mark A. Tabbert
Periodicals -
Masonic Analyst:
Lewis and Clark Missouri Masonic Pioneers - p 163-164, No. 3 August, 1926
87th Birthday Celebrated by Multnomah Lodge No. 1 - Vol. 13, No. 5, October, 1935
East to West, Between North and South - Vol. 4
Multnomah Lodge No. 1 Holds Anniversary - Vol. 6, p 231, October, 1928
Masonry in Oregon a Product of Pioneer Life - Vol. 1, Pgs 5-10 & 35-36, June, 1923
Grand Master of Oregon-is Honored by "The Builder", Freemasonry Is in Itself an Education
The Royal Arch Mason Magazine:
The Lewis and Clark Expedition The Masonic Story - Vol. 20, No. 8, p 233-238
Famous Lodges-Louisiana No. 109 - Vol. 5, March 1956, p 150-153
Illinois Lodge of Research:
A History of Kaskaskia Lodge #86 and it's Predecessor Western Star Lodge #107 - Vol. 21, p 21-24
Missouri Grand Lodge Bulletin:
When Freemasonry Followed the Flag - Vol. 4, No. 1, February, 1927, p 19-22

Previous articles:
Freemasonry and the Lewis and Clark Expedition: Introduction
Freemasonry and the Lewis and Clark Expedition: Thank You