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At that time, many were asking, Who, what or where is Prince hall? I am pleased that we have present this evening, the modern day Prince hall , the 67th successor to Prince hall , Most Worshipful Grand Master, Anthony I. Jakes, Sr.
- Charles H. Wesley
- Prince Hall Life and Legacy- Charles H. Wesley
- Prince Hall Life And Legacy- Charles H. Wesley
Charles H. Wesley
Charles Harris Wesley December 2, — August 16, was an American historian, educator, minister, and author. He published more than 15 books on African-American history, taught for decades at Howard University , and served as president of Wilberforce University , and founding president of Central State University , both in Ohio. He attended local schools as a boy, and went on to graduate in from Fisk University , a historically black college in Nashville, Tennessee. He earned a master's degree from Yale University in He also had an academic career as a professor of history and wrote a total of more than 15 books on African-American history and political science.
Prince Hall Life and Legacy- Charles H. Wesley
Prince Hall was an active member of the abolitionist movement in the Boston area in the final quarter of the eighteenth century. During the same period, he was also Master of a lodge of black Freemasons, known as African Lodge. It is not known where or when Prince Hall was born, or who his parents were. No contemporary record of his birth has been located. The deposition, sworn on 31 August , also reveals the occupations and early religious affiliation of Prince Hall: . Boston, now taken down. There is dishonour in being slave owners.
Prior to the American Revolutionary War , Prince Hall and fourteen other free black men petitioned for admittance to the white Boston St. John's Lodge. Having been rejected by colonial American Freemasonry, Hall and 14 others sought and were initiated into Masonry through Lodge No. The military lodge was attached to the 38th Foot renamed "The 1st Staffordshire Regiment" in When men wished to become Masons in the new nation the existing members of the Lodge had to vote unanimously to accept the petitioner.
Prince Hall Life And Legacy- Charles H. Wesley
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