QC’s Alexandria Transactions is now Available for Pre-Order

The TransactionsFreemasons in the Transatlantic World – comprising the papers delivered at QC’s American Conference, is now available for pre-order. Click here.

In addition to a Foreword from Elias Akram and an Introduction from Ric Berman, the published Conference Papers include:

The Conflicted Image of Eighteenth-Century English Freemasonry
Paul Monod

The ‘American Peacemakers’: An Introduction to a French Colonial Masonic Order
Neil Wynes Morse

Lovelace Overton: A Bajan’s Transatlantic Experience of Freemasonry
Susan Snell

Swedish Freemasonry on St Barthélemy around 1800: The Complex History of Transatlantic Fraternalism
Andreas Onnerfors

‘Revival of the Grand Lodge’: Provincial Expansion
Mark C. Wallace

‘An Enlightened Exercise of the Right of Suffrage’: A Prosopographical Study of the 1831 Anti-Masonic Party Delegates
Jeffrey Croteau

Francophone Lodges in Baltimore 1794–1822, Masonic Continuity Overcoming Adversity
Jeffrey R. Kaplan

William ‘Hurricane’ Gilbert and the Wilder Shores of Freemasonry
Marsha Keith Schuchard

The Ends of the Masonic Atlantic: Three Lodges that Connected Masonry from Canada to the Caribbean to Cape Town
Hans Schwartz

The Multifaceted Freemasons of Jamaica: ‘Each One Members of the Other.’
Jackie Ranston

Whence Came Ye? The Irish Influence on American Freemasonry
Andrew Hammer

Masonic Activity in New Jersey (1730–1775)
Erich Huhn

The English Lodge in Florence 1732–1738
Lucio Artini & Roberto Perticucci

The ‘Republican Craft’: Freemasonry and the Politics of Loyalist Saint John
David Bell

Seabury: God’s Call among the Winds of Change
John T. Acaster

Freemasonry & Material Culture: The Case of the English Aprons before 1813
Felipe Corte Real de Camargo

Partnerships & the Business of American Masonic Certificates, 1800–1830
Hilary Anderson Stelling

Brother William Smith: Priest, Educator, & Masonic Leader of Colonial & Revolutionary America
Shawn Eyer

The Role of Men of Colour in the Early Period of Freemasonry
E. Oscar Alleyne

1717 or 1721?
Ric Berman & Susan M. Sommers

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