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The Schism Between the Scotch & York Rites

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In 1850, everything changed for Louisiana Freemasons. Gone was the European style of Freemasonry as practiced by the Grand Lodge of Louisiana since its creation. By force, Louisiana was made to conform to the style of Masonry used by the rest of the U.S. Grand Lodges. This 1853 publication by Charles Laffon de Ladebat shows the emotion, frustration, confusion and pain ...more
Paperback, 66 pages
Published December 3rd 2008 by Cornerstone Book Publishers
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Omar Chávez
Nov 30, 2015 Omar Chávez rated it really liked it
This book is actually a letter sent from the author to the then MWM of the Gran Lodge of Louisiana.
Is kind of hard and tiresome to read because it is is in the context of a specific situation, how the Continental Freemasonry, from french origin, was overrun by the American Masonry. Is not the Scottish and York Rite as we know them nowadays in the US.

One of the reason I was interested in this book is because I've learn there are only four lodges in the US that works the first three degrees of the
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