Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Brief History of Freemasonry – The Revolutionary Period (Part 3)

This article was taken from the Leadership Development Course (1995 Revision) originally published by the Grand Lodge of NY Committee on Leadership Services, authored by Allan M. Bryant. The History of Freemasonry in America is almost synonymous with the history … Continue reading

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A Briefy History of Freemasonry – Provincial Period (Part 2)

This article was taken from the Leadership Development Course (1995 Revision) originally published by the Grand Lodge of NY Committee on Leadership Services, authored by Allan M. Bryant. The first Provincial Grand Master, Daniel Coxe, was appointed to oversee New … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Freemasonry (Part 1)

This article was taken from the Leadership Development Course (1995 Revision) originally published by the Grand Lodge of NY Committee on Leadership Services, authored by Allan M. Bryant. Freemasonry is the oldest and largest fraternity in the world.  There are … Continue reading

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Saratoga-Warren Masonic District – List of District Deputy Grand Masters

Since this jurisdiction was divided into Districts in 1854, the Saratoga-Warren District has experienced many changes.  The following is a list of District Deputy Grand Masters of this District. 1855 District #2 including Delaware, Columbia, Montgomery, Green, Rensselaer, Albany, Warren, … Continue reading

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Masters of Senate Lodge 456 F. & A. M.

1859       Enoch H. Rosekrans 1860-61    Austin W. Holden 1862-65    James Ferguson 1866       George H. Bassinger 1867       A. Irving Sternberg 1868       George H. Bassinger 1869       William C. B. Stewart 1870       Daniel F. Cowles 1871       Austin W. Holden 1872-73    George W. Conkey … Continue reading

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Masters of Glens Falls Lodge 121 F. & A. M.

1847-48 Avery C. Tiffany 1849    Enoch Ellis 1850-51 Avery C. Tiffany 1852    John H. Martin 1853-55 Marvin R. Peck 1856-57 Austin W. Holden 1858    Benjamin Starbuck 1859    Austin W. Holden 1860-61 Joseph Darby 1862    Isaac J. Davis 1863    Joseph Darby … Continue reading

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Principles of Good Leadership (Part 3 of 3)

This article written by John S. Jones, Grand High Priest, Grand Chapter State of NY Royal Arch Masons 2007.  The article is presented in 3 segments. 7.         The Importance of FLEXIBILITY. Be willing to admit your mistakes.  Remember:  truth alone … Continue reading

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Principles of Good Leadership (Part 2 of 3)

This article written by John S. Jones, Grand High Priest, Grand Chapter State of NY Royal Arch Masons 2007.  The article is presented in 3 segments. 4.         Leadership means SERVICE. See leadership as only a job, like any other. Leadership … Continue reading

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Principles of Good Leadership (Part 1 of 3)

This article written by John S. Jones, Grand High Priest, Grand Chapter State of NY Royal Arch Masons 2007.  The article is presented in 3 segments. 1.         Good Leadership is not an EGO-TRIP. The important distinction lies in the direction … Continue reading

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