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Colored Lodges - Henderson, KY

(start date:  -  end date: ) The earliest Colored lodges in Henderson, KY, are listed on p. 502 of History of Henderson County, Kentucky, by E. L. Starling. The book was published in 1887 and is available online at Google Book Search.
  • St. John's Lodge No.4 (Masonic) - founded in 1866
  • Camby Lodge No.1642 (Independent Order of Odd Fellows) - founded in 1875
  • United Brothers of Friendship - founded in 1871
  • Pride of Kentucky Lodge No.105 - founded in 1880
  • Bias Lodge No.8 - founded in 1879
  • Pledies Chamber No.1 (Women) - founded 1880
  • Sons and Daughters of Zion, Lincoln Lodge No. 1 - founded in 1887

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Read about Henderson County, Kentucky in Wikipedia.

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NKAA Entry: United Brothers of Friendship and Sisters of the Mysterious Ten
NKAA Source: History of Henderson county, Kentucky

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“Colored Lodges - Henderson, KY,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed September 24, 2017, http://nkaa.uky.edu/nkaa/items/show/2533.

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