Masonic Lodge, Grantville
Spring, 1636

"So, you are thinking about endowing a chair at the college?" Henne Weber asked John Paul Kindred. Henne Weber, one of the recent inductees into Grantville's expanding Masonic Lodge, spoke good English, despite a strong accent. The lodge operated in English; the possibility of changing hadn't seriously crossed the members' minds. Some quiet discussion cropped up now and then about starting a second . . .

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