Indispensable for initial studies, with other study materials. Later a great reference book for your personal library.Published 28 days ago by Martin Pastore
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 22 months ago by Michael Scott
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
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
Outstanding scholarly work. Not an easy read, but full of the details and exacting research one expects from an academic of Stevenson's stature. Read morePublished on October 18, 2007 by D. Coffing
Though sometimes the reading is a little dry, this book is full of great history. Origins of some aspects of masonry few have heard of. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by C. Love
This well-researched and (necessarily) somewhat-speculative work covers the sustainment of Freemasonry in Scotland in the time just before Masonry went public in 1717. Read morePublished on July 19, 2001 by Kurt Kurosawa