This site is sponsored by the Grand Lodge of Nebraska for the purpose of spreading Masonic Education throughout the jurisdiction. This site is curated by the Grand Lodge Education Committee and we welcome ideas for improving this site. If you are a Mason searching for further light in Masonry, you can browse through this site and find a wide variety of topics. This information can be used both for your own study and also for Lodge Education.
We are always looking for new content and ways to improve the site. If you would like to write a course for the site, have a question or comment, use the Contact Admin tab and send us your ideas.
The site is paid for by Saints John Lodge of Education #331 in support of the educational goals of the Grand Lodge of Nebraska.
The Nebraska Masonic Museum and Research Library is now online!
Over the past several years, Tabula Rasa Lodge #332 has been diligently working on organizing and cataloging the many volumes that have been collected over the history of the Foundation. This work has revealed many interesting volumes and is a treasure trove for anyone interested in doing Masonic Research. The majority of the collection is from the mid to late 1800’s and contains many famous Masonic authors.
At this site you can search through the books by title, author, subject and more. If you find a title, author or subject that interests you and you’d like to see the book, there is a form to fill out to make a reservation to gain access to the library. Due to the condition and the uniqueness of this collection, all research will be done on-site under the supervision of a Library and Museum docent following the processes that have been established by the Library and Museum.
If you’d just like to come browse the collection, use the form on the database homepage to make an appointment and a docent will be happy to give you a tour and help you with your research.
The Nebraska Masonic Museum and Research Library is a research facility funded by the Nebraska Masonic Foundation wholly through donations from the Craft. It is intended for the use of those scholars who wish to do research into Freemasonry. It is available by appointment only to both members of the Craft and the general public.
Compilation PDF of 2018 - 2019
Use the link below to download a copy of all of the Masonic Education and Nebraska Masonic History articles from the 2018 - 2019 Education Committee Email Newsletters.
These articles can be used for individual study or used as part of your Lodge Education program.
This is a rather large file…be patient with the download!
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