Category for sites relating to any aspect of masonic research.
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Australian and New Zealand Masonic Research Council
Promotes Masonic research and education within Freemasonry on an inter-jurisdictional basis. Acts as a liaison body between its affiliated Masonic research lodges and chapters. Organizes any research lodge conference which its affiliates may sanction. Org
Book: Tales of Masonic Life
Full text online of 1860 book by Rob Morris. Searchable page images.
The Constitutions of the Free-Masons (1734)
An Online Electronic Edition. Authors: James Anderson A.M., Right Worshipful Fraternity of Accepted Free-Masons; Benjamin Franklin, Grand Master of Masons of Pennsylvania; and Paul Royster (editor and depositor), University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Freemasonry Structure & Branches
Explains the various degrees and orders, and presents some version of rituals.
The Masonic Society
Based in North America, this organization aims to support and conduct research, education, and other activities to promote Freemasonry. Membership and contact information, private forums, bylaws.
Articles of Masonic interest.
A clearinghouse for Masonic information. Announcements, articles and back issues of 'The Philalethes' magazine.
The first international research society in Prince Hall Freemasonry. Publishes a quarterly magazine after its own name.
Queensbury Masonic Historical Society
Masonic activity and history in Area 8 of the Grand Lodge of New York including: Clinton, Essex, Saratoga-Warren, and Washington Districts.
The Scottish Rite Research Society
Society based in Washington DC dedicated to research into Freemasonry in general and Scottish Rite in particular. Includes full text archives of the Heredom journal.
A Shared Masonic e-Library
Copyright free Masonic file sharing. No registration needed for download.
South Carolina Masonic Research Society
Masonic research society under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of South Carolina.
Web of Hiram - University of Bradford
Electronic database of old masonic material held in the University's archives, and submitted. Mostly old lectures and rituals.
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