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Freemasonry in history texts
General history texts tend to overlook Freemasonry. The following represent a few texts that do mention Freemasonry.
The Coming of the French Revolution, George LeFebvre (1874-1959).
Cuba The Pursuit of Freedom, Hugh Thomas.
Gold Diggers, Striking it rich in the Klondike, Charlotte Gray (1948- ).
The Guilt of the Templars, G. Legman (1917-1999).
A History of Modern France, Alfred Cobban (1901-1968).
Old Japanese Photographs, Collectors' Data Guide, Terry Bennett.
The Story of Civilization, Will and Ariel Durant.
The Strange Empire of Louis Riel, Joseph Kinsey Howard (1906-1951)
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