So you’ve been elected to start doing Masonic Education before lodge, but don’t know where to begin? Let’s agree to one thing: We WON’T be talking about good ol’ Brother George Washington.
“Short Talks on Masonry” by Bro. Joseph Fort Newton’s is the perfect book, filled with dozens of 5-10 minute talks on Masonic subjects that are safe for candidates, newly made Brothers, and even the oldest Past Master to enjoy and get something new.
“A Mason’s Words” by Bro. Robert G Davis, 33*, is a great book to teach the history of American Freemasonry.
“Freemasonry in the Civil War” by Bro. Michael Halleran is the go-to book to tell the *real* stories of Masons in the battlefield, using evidence only. No tall tales here. We're personally not "war buffs", but we couldn't put this book down.