His standing as a Masonic author and historian, and withal as a poet, was most distinguished, and his untiring zeal was without a parallel.
Albert G. Mackey, “Encyclopedia of Freemasonry”
WHAT DID ALBERT PIKE REALLY SAY?
A VISIT WITH GENERAL ALBERT PIKE
ALBERT PIKE AND FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES
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- Albert Pike Museum
- Questions and Answers about Albert Pike at masonicinfo.com
- Works by Albert Pike at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Albert Pike at Internet Archive
- Pike’s Masonic philosophy
- About Pike’s famous Luciferian quote
- About room where he is entombed at the Wayback Machine (archived February 23, 2006)
- Albert Pike commemorative Masonic Lodge – Located in Denver CO
- Lafferty, R.A. (1991). Okla Hannali. Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press. ISBN 0-8061-2349-4.
- Pike’s words for Dixie (“Everybody’s Dixie”, also known as “To Arms in Dixie”)
- Gen Albert Pike at Find a Grave
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