Freemasons in the Transatlantic World
QC 2018 Conference & Symposium at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial, Alexandria, VA
The program comprises two and a half days of lectures and discussions beginning in the morning of Friday, 14 September, and concluding on Sunday, 16 September. In addition to the lectures, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a discussion on the date at which the first Grand Lodge was established – 1717 vs. 1721; attend a convivial dinner on Saturday evening at an excellent local restaurant; participate in a universal lodge meeting and attend a talk on DC’s Masonic symbolism on Friday evening; network with like-minded members; and participate in tours of the GWMNM and/or Washington DC.
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The conference includes a wide range of lectures that focus on Transatlantic and Anglo-American Freemasonry in the eighteenth century, a formative period for American freemasonry, and includes studies of freemasonry in North America and the Caribbean. The steering group comprises Susan Sommers, Mark Tabbert (GWMNM) and Ric Berman.
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We are all looking forward to welcoming you at what promises to be an outstanding weekend event.
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