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Mormonism and Masonry
by E. Cecil McGavin


This book, published by Bookcraft, in Salt Lake City, UT, in 1949 and is the 2nd and enlarged edition. It also was a welcome addition to the volume of literature regarding The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  It contains 13 chapters, is 200 pages, has a Table of Contents, but no Index.  Electronic version copyrighted 2002 by SHIELDS.


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Cover Cover
Title and back of Title page Title and back of Title page
Introduction Introduction
Table of Contents Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - False Accusations Chapter 1 - False Accusations
Chapter 2 - Why Joseph Smith Joined the Masonic Fraternity  Chapter 2 - Why Joseph Smith Joined the Masonic Fraternity
Chapter 3 - The Martyr-cry of Joseph Smith  Chapter 3 - The Martyr-cry of Joseph Smith 
Chapter 4 - The Antiquity of Masonry Chapter 4 - The Antiquity of Masonry
Chapter 5 - Cain's Connection with "Freemasonry" Chapter 5 - Cain's Connection with "Freemasonry"
Chapter 6 - Masonic Emblems Chapter 6 - Masonic Emblems
Chapter 7 - The Book of Abraham Chapter 7 - The Book of Abraham
Chapter 8 - Masonic Activity in Nauvoo Chapter 8 - Masonic Activity in Nauvoo
Chapter 9 - The Temple Endowment Introduced Chapter 9 - The Temple Endowment Introduced
Chapter 10 - Temple Work Among the Nephites Chapter 10 - Temple Work Among the Nephites
Chapter 11 - "Freemasonry" Among the American Indians Chapter 11 - "Freemasonry" Among the American Indians
Chapter 12 - Masonry in Utah Chapter 12 - Masonry in Utah
Conclusion Conclusion