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Indispensable for initial studies, with other study materials. Later a great reference book for your personal library.Published 1 day ago by Martin Pastore
Stevenson does a good job of supporting his theory that Freemasonry originated in Scotland -- not in england as is the most commly accepted view. Definitely worth a reading.Published 6 months ago by J Craig Bell
Good reference book.
Answers a lot of questions one may have.
Well researched with lots of actual recorded information and not too much speculation.
Not a easy read. The next purchaser should be aware that the book reads like a textbook. Must be for the serious student of the subject.Published 21 months ago by Michael Scott
Stevenson had gone beyond all of the myth and fiction about the origins of the world's oldest and largest fraterinty and given us a well-researched history backed by facts and not... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jay Cole Simser
Unlike so many of the recent speculative and imaginative and downright fictional attempts to create Masonic History, this book is a straightforward, fact-based description of a... Read morePublished on October 22, 2012 by D. Mosier
This book should be of interest to all Freemasons and/or anyone interested in the origins of the Craft. Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Mark Anderson
Full of rich detail that brings out the historical development of our modern lodge system. Should be considered a must read for Freemasons around the world!Published on March 1, 2012 by C. S. Gamble
A non-Mason and professor emeritus of history in the Department of Scottish History at the University of St. Read morePublished on August 13, 2009 by Eric W. Vogt, Ph.D., Author of The Spanish Subjunctive Up Close, Spanish Pronouns Up Close and Spanish Past Tenses Up Close