Prince Hall Books
Prince Hall books provide an informational and historical background of Masonic education which help to clear up some of the many misconceptions about Prince Hall Freemasonry.
A Prince Hall Masonic Quiz Book
by Joseph A. Walkes,
Great Black Men of Masonry by Joseph Cox
"On these pages, we meet
Presidents of nations, Builders of States, Discoverers and Inventors, Leaders in Governments, Arts, Sciences and Letters. Men of sterling qualities and ennobling leadership, in war, crisis and peace. This book offers a key to
racial understanding and harmony"...Eli J. Allen, III,
by David L. Gray
Inside Prince Hall provides the most accurate and comprehensive work on Prince
Hall Freemasonry to-date. An interesting combination of scholarly research with fresh critiques of
Prince Hall Freemasonry in both its historical and present day contexts.
The maps and charts are especially helpful in
understanding the development of Prince Hall Masonry and the arrangements of the
ritual, as well as the interrelationships between the various Prince Hall Grand
Negro Masonry in the United States
by Harold V. B. Voorhis
A detailed outline of important issues having to do with the history of the
craft among Negro brethren.
Freemasonry in American History
by Allen E. Roberts
A History of Freemasonry Among Negroes in America
by Harry E. Davis
Beginnings of Freemasonry in America
by Melvin Maynard Johnson
Freemasonry among Negroes and whites in America; A study in Masonic legitimacy and regularity
by Harvey Newton Brown
Light On A Dark subject:
by William H. Upton
A critical examination of objections to the legitimacy of Masonry existing among
the Negroes of America.
A Documentary Account of Prince Hall and Other Black Fraternal
by Henry Wilson Coil
Black Square and Compass: 200 Years of
by Joseph A. Walkes
Correlates PHA with modern black history.
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