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World Countries

 

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Afghanistan

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and Nevis

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Jamaica

New Zealand

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Argentina 

Czech Republic

Japan

Nicaragua 

Sudan

Armenia

Denmark 

Jordan

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Suriname

Australia

Djibouti

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Nigeria

Swaziland

Austria

Dominica

Kenya

Northern Ireland

Sweden 

Azerbaijan

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Kiribati

Norway 

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Korea (North)

Oman

Syria

Bahrain

Equatorial Guinea

Korea (South)

Pakistan

Taiwan

Bangladesh

Egypt

Krajina (Serbian)

Palau

Tajikistan

Barbados

El Salvador

Kuwait

Panama 

Tanzania

Belarus

Equator

Kyrgyzstan

Papua

New Guinea

Thailand

Belgium

Eritrea

Laos

Paraguay 

Tonga

Belize

Estonia

Latvia

Peru 

Togo

Benin

Ethiopia

Lebanon

Philippines 

Trinidad

Bhutan

Fiji

Lesotho

Poland 

Tunisia

Bolivia 

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France

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Tuvalu

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San Marino

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Maldives

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and Principe

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Guatemala 

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Scotland

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Mexico

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Yemen

Chile 

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China

India

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Zaire

  

Columbia

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Zimbabwe

 

Comoros

Iran

Mongolia

Somalia

 

 

Multiple Members

   
 

NATO

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European Union

 

 

 

York Rite Links

 

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HONORARY, INVITATIONAL and
OTHER NATIONAL BODIES

 

Grand
Council

A.M.D.

Masonic
Order of

the Bath

Sovereign
Order of
Knights Preceptor

Grand Council

Knight Masons

York Rite
Sovereign
College

 

Knights of the
York Cross of Honour

K.Y.C.H.

The High
Council
S.R.I.C.F.

Royal
Order of
Scotland

Red
Cross of
Constantine

Holy Royal
Knight Templar Priests

 

 

 

Grand Lodges &

Lodges of Research

Links

 

 

United States

 

Lodge of Research Legend

( = Denotes Research Lodge within Jurisdiction exists with a website )

( = Denotes Research Lodge within Jurisdiction exists without a website)

( = Denotes Several Separate Research Lodges within Jurisdiction exists )

 

Alabama
Grand

Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Alaska
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Arizona
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

Arkansas
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

California
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Colorado
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

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Research

Delaware
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Lodge

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Florida
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Lodge of

Research

 

Georgia
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Hawaii
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Idaho
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

Illinois
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Lodge

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Research

Indiana
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Iowa
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

Kansas
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Kentucky
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Louisiana
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Lodge of

Research

 

Maine
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Research

Maryland
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Massachusetts
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Research

 

Michigan
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Research

Minnesota
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Mississippi
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

Missouri
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Lodge

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Research

Montana
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Research

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Nevada
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Research

New Hampshire
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Lodge

Lodge of

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New Jersey
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

New Mexico
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

New York
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

North Carolina
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

North Dakota
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Ohio
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Lodge

Lodge of

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Oklahoma
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Lodge of

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Oregon
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Lodge

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Research

Pennsylvania
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Rhode Island
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

South Carolina
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South Dakota
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Tennessee
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Texas
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Utah
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Vermont
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Lodge

Lodge of

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Virginia
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Washington
Grand

Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Washington, D. C.
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

West Virginia
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Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Wisconsin
Grand

Lodge

Lodge of

Research

Wyoming
Grand

Lodge

Lodge of

Research

 

 

Canada

Grand Lodges

 

Provinces

Alberta

British Columbia

Manitoba

New Brunwick

Newfondland

and Labrador

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Prince Edward

Island

Quebec

Saskatchewan

 

Territories

 

 

 

Northwest

Territories

Nunavut Yukon

 

 

 

Important Links

(Non-Masonic)

 

United States

Armed Services

 

 

                   

 

Navy

Army

Air Force

Marines

Coast Guard

 

 

United States Government

 

                             
President of

the United States

United States

Senate

U.S. House of

Representatives

United States

Supreme Court

 

The Cabinet

The Cabinet is an advisory body made up of the

heads of the 15 executive departments.

 

Department

of

Agriculture

Department

of

Commerce

Department

of

Defense

Department

of

Education

Department

of

Energy

Department of

Health and Human Services

Department

of

Homeland Security

Department of

Housing and Urban Development

Department

of

the Interior

Department

of

Justice

Department

of

Labor

Department

of

State

Department

of

Transportation

Department

of

the Treasury

Department

of

Veterans Affairs

 

The following positions have

the status of Cabinet-rank

 

Environmental Protection

Agency

Office of

Management & Budget

United States

Trade

Representative

United States Ambassador to the United Nations

Council

of

Economic Advisers

 

 

 

United States

Charters of Freedom

 

Declaration of Independence

Drafted by Thomas Jefferson between June 11 and June 28, 1776, the Declaration of Independence is at once the nation's most cherished symbol of liberty and Jefferson's most enduring monument. Here, in exalted and unforgettable phrases, Jefferson expressed the convictions in the minds and hearts of the American people. The political philosophy of the Declaration was not new; its ideals of individual liberty had already been expressed by John Locke and the Continental philosophers. What Jefferson did was to summarize this philosophy in "self-evident truths" and set forth a list of grievances against the King in order to justify before the world the breaking of ties between the colonies and the mother country.

 

Article

I

Article

II

Articles

III-IV

Articles

V-VII

Constitution

The Federal Convention convened in the State House (Independence Hall) in Philadelphia on May 14, 1787, to revise the Articles of Confederation. Because the delegations from only two states were at first present, the members adjourned from day to day until a quorum of seven states was obtained on May 25. Through discussion and debate it became clear by mid-June that, rather than amend the existing Articles, the Convention would draft an entirely new frame of government. All through the summer, in closed sessions, the delegates debated, and redrafted the articles of the new Constitution. Among the chief points at issue were how much power to allow the central government, how many representatives in Congress to allow each state, and how these representatives should be elected--directly by the people or by the state legislators. The work of many minds, the Constitution stands as a model of cooperative statesmanship and the art of compromise.

 

Bill of Rights

During the debates on the adoption of the Constitution, its opponents repeatedly charged that the Constitution as drafted would open the way to tyranny by the central government. Fresh in their minds was the memory of the British violation of civil rights before and during the Revolution. They demanded a "bill of rights" that would spell out the immunities of individual citizens. Several state conventions in their formal ratification of the Constitution asked for such amendments; others ratified the Constitution with the understanding that the amendments would be offered.

On September 25, 1789, the First Congress of the United States therefore proposed to the state legislatures 12 amendments to the Constitution that met arguments most frequently advanced against it. The first two proposed amendments, which concerned the number of constituents for each Representative and the compensation of Congressmen, were not ratified. Articles 3 to 12, however, ratified by three-fourths of the state legislatures, constitute the first 10 amendments of the Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights.

 

 

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