History

Officers

Guardian of the Pond - Hank Steinmetz (#125)

Holder of the Quill - Kenney Moore (#366)


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During the Second Annual Northeast Rendevous in North Springfield, Vermont, 1989, buckskinning Freemasons that would later become the charter members of the North American Order of the Beaver (N.A.O.O.T.B.) met for the first time to discuss having a buckskinners' degree.  The Third Annual Northeast Rendevous was held in Exeter, Rhode Island in 1990, and became the occasion of the first conferral of the "Buckskinners' Degree." 

The degree, known to many as the Beaver Degree, may be given to any Masonic "buckskinner" in pre-1840 attire, by a member of the N.A.O.O.T.B., in a lodge of primitive setting.  A minimum of two members of N.A.O.O.T.B. is required to present this degree to any Master Mason with a current and valid dues card, having paid the fee set by the charter members numbered 1 through 20.


Important Message from the Keeper of the Pond

From Hank regarding the passing of Cotton Volrath.

Dedication of 2009 Member Booklet

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