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 The Masonic Roundtable hosted Bro. John L. Hairston Bey to discuss the findings in the groundbreaking book,

Landmarks of our Fathers: A Critical Analysis of the Start and Origin of African Lodge No. 1
Episode 133-African Lodge No. 1

Sept. 13, 2016

 

 

Interview conducted by the Masonic College of Walter F. Meier Research Lodge No. 281 of Seattle, WA
Interviewer PM M. Ian Hyde interviewed Bro. John L. Hairston Bey, author of the ground breaking book,
Landmarks of our Fathers: A Critical Analysis of the Start and Origin of African Lodge No. 1

 

 

LANDMARKS OF OUR FATHERS-The Lecture
 
The Seattle Scottish Rite Masonic Center of Shoreline, WA hosted A Lecture presented by Masonic Author and Historian, Bro. John L. Hairston Bey regarding the new book, Landmarks of our Fathers: A Critical Analysis of the Start and Origin of African Lodge No. 1.
Great Thanks to Ill. Bro. Greg Goodrich and Bro. M. Ian Hyde for coordinating the event, which was a great success.
 

 

 

Brother J. Hairston Bey featured on the Prince Hall Think Tank

Revisiting the Foundation... African Lodge #1 and the Search for Truth
Oct. 19. 2016