Secret Societies And Clubs In American History

Author: David Luhrssen
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1598849042
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Grounded in extensive historical research, this eye-opening survey reveals the long-undervalued role secret societies have played in American history. • Based on scholarly research, this book appeals to both academics and the general public • Sheds light on familiar figures from American history • Includes photographs
Secret Societies and Clubs in American History
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