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Captain James Cook - freemason?
By Roy H. Clemens, published by Masonic Public Library, Honolulu in 1980.
This is an interesting little work prompted by the author reading in two Freemasonry journals articles that stated that Cook was a Freemason. In ten pages he sets out the evidence for and against and comes out firmly against Cook having been a member.
Reviewer: John Robson
Originally published in Cook's Log, page 1525, volume 21, number 3 (1998).

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