History of Golden Rule Lodge No. 5, Q.R., A.F. and A.M. Stanstead, Que.: Being a Sketch of a Century of Freemasonry in the Jurisdiction of that Lodge, 1803-1903

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History of Golden Rule Lodge No. 5, Q.R., A.F. and A.M. Stanstead, Que.: Being a Sketch of a Century of Freemasonry in the Jurisdiction of that Lodge, 1803-1903
Abstract
A history of one of the oldest Masonic lodges in Quebec which traces its roots back to 1803 when Lively Stone Lodge was founded in Derby Line, Vermont. That lodge, composed of Masons from both sides of the border, met in a building situated half in Canada and half in the United States. During the War of 1812, the Canadian members of Lively Stone formed a new lodge in Stanstead, on the Canadian side of the border. Golden Rule Lodge, as it was called, received its first charter from the United Grand Lodge of England in 1813. In 1856, the lodge received a new charter from the Grand Lodge of Canada; in1869, yet another charter was granted, this time from the Grand Lodge of Quebec.
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
William Briggs
Date
1905
Language
en
Citation
Moore, Arthur Henry. History of Golden Rule Lodge No. 5, Q.R., A.F. and A.M. Stanstead, Que.: Being a Sketch of a Century of Freemasonry in the Jurisdiction of That Lodge, 1803-1903. Toronto, ON: William Briggs, 1905.
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