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by Michael Glenn Maness
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  • Author:
    Michael Glenn Maness
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    1420860828
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    978-1420860825
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    AuthorHouse (August 7, 2006)
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    728 pages
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CHARACTER COUNTS: Freemasonry USA's National Treasure and Source of Our Founding Father's Original Intent. By. Michael Glenn Maness, 6x8 paperback From Preface Freemasonry is Americas National Treasure. Beyond the excellent Disney movie, the more valuable legacy is about character counting under God. In our faith, family, our national heritage, and in our human family historycharacter is the social thread between them all. No secretFreemasonry is the philosophic fraternity on the tradecraft of character counting under God for 500+ years!

The loot was later brought to the United States by the Freemasons, a secret society.

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The Founding Fathers, a group of predominantly wealthy plantation owners and businessmen, united 13 disparate colonies, fought for independence from Britain and penned a series of influential governing documents that steer the country to this day. presidents, at one point considered themselves British subjects. Here are eight of the most influential characters in America’s origin story: George Washington. Before he fought against the British, George Washington fought for the British, serving as a commander in the French and Indian War.