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Secret Societies & Fraternal Organizations (Archives): Secondary Sources

Secondary Source Publications Related to Mississippi

Allen Cabaniss.  “The Beginnings of Masonry in Mississippi” in American Lodge of Research, Free and Accepted Mason, Transactions 4:2.  Call Number:  HS537 M72 C3.

Melissa K. Bowers.  "Perceptions of Rush and the Greek System by Women Who Either Turned down the Bid Received or Were Not Selected through the Rush Process at Mississippi State University."  M.S. thesis; Mississippi State University; 1992.  Call Number:  LJ141 B69 1992a.

Alferdteen Harrison.  A History of the Most Worshipful Stringer Grand Lodge:  Our Heritage Is Our Challenge.  1977.  African American Freemasons in Mississippi.  Call Number:  HS887 M7 H37.

James H. Johnson.  A Brief History of Freemasonry in Mississippi and in the United States.  [1947].  Call Number:  HS403 J66 1947.

Pamela Pitts Murray.  "Organizational Goals and Organizational Effectiveness within Sororities and Fraternities at Mississippi State University."  M.A. Thesis:  Mississippi State University; 1977.  Call Number:  LB2343 M86.

Oxford Lodge No. 16:  1878-1978.  Tupelo, MS:  Richardson, [1978].  African American Freemasons.  Call Number:  HS537 M72 O94 1978.

James Price.  The Masons and the Methodists in Utica, Mississippi.  Carrollton, MS:  Pioneer Publishing, 1998.  Call Number:  BX8249 U85 P7 1998.

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