Recognizing Prince Hall: An Eleven Year Journey to Honesty

Recognizing Prince Hall: An Eleven Year Journey to Honesty


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"Masonry regards no man for his worldly wealth or possessions. It is the internal, and not the external qualifications of a man that should recommend him to be made a Mason."
Every Mason swears to this teaching, but for almost three hundred years it was far from true.
Recognizing Prince Hall follows the efforts of North Carolina Masons whose greatest desire was to bring truth and honor to their organization by viewing all Masons, regardless of race, as brothers.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781453704820
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/26/2010
Pages: 162
Sales rank: 737,165
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.37(d)

About the Author

Dan Weatherington was born in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1947, the only son of Harry Rodman and Mary Weatherington. Much of his childhood was spent at his aunt's home on the Pamlico River, the influence of which is obvious in his novel Brandywine Bay. And, influences of which will be shown in the upcoming novel The Seventh Gift of God.
Dan attended grammar school in Raleigh and high school at Carlisle Military School in Bamberg, South Carolina. His college years were spread between The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, the University of South Carolina and North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
He and Judy Issette married in August 1969 and remain married today. She worked to allow him to complete school and together they have two children, Wendy and Leslie.
At age 31, Dan was elected to join the Masons. By the time he was forty, he had found a niche in Masonic research and writing. Most of his work has been of a Masonic nature and has been published in Masonic publications throughout the United States and Canada. He is Dean Emeritus of Wilkerson College, North Carolina's College of Freemasonry, has been the Chair of the Committee on Masonic Education of the Grand Lodge of North Carolina for several years and writes quarterly columns for the Philalethes, a publication of an international Masonic research society. In addition, he publishes the Lodge Night Program, a quarterly educational booklet distributed to almost four hundred Masonic lodges across North Carolina. The novel Recognizing Prince Hall will hopefully be a tribute to the gallant men who have done much to erase racism in North Carolina Masonry and their efforts to accomplish this task.
His novel Blemished Harvest documents his career in the Mortgage Banking industry and how he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1986. While many would have given up after such a diagnosis, Dan and Judy still continue to be active in their community and own and operate businesses in their hometown.

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