Section NE-2A 1992 Conclave Pocket Patch

The 1992 Section NE-2A 1992 conclave was hosted by Loon Lodge #364 and was held at Camp Bedford.

I’m only aware of a single issue for the event, a pocket patch.

Section NE-2A 1992 Pocket Patch

Thanks to Roy Weatherbee for the scan. 
Update June 2011: There was also a neckerchief issued for the event.

Section NE-2A 1992 Neckerchief

Were there any other issues for this event?

According to the OA Section List, the lodges in NE-2A at the time were:

  • Ganienkeh Lodge#19
  • Wakpominee Lodge #48
  • Loon Lodge #364
  • Ajapeu Lodge #351 (from NE-1A)
  • Memsochet Lodge #507 (from NE-1A)

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Section NE-2A 1991 Conclave Issues

Some more scans thanks to Roy Weatherbee, this time for the 1991 Section NE-2A Conclave. The theme for the weekend was Seek The Arrow, Fulfill Our Purpose. The conclave was hosted by Memsochet Lodge #507 and held at their Camp Chesterfiled.

Roy sends two scans, first a pocket patch:

Section NE-2A 1991 Pocket Patch

and a pin:

1991 Section NE-2A Pin

Is anyone aware of any other issues for this event?

According to the OA Section List, the lodges in NE-2A at the time were:

  • Sisilija Lodge #19
  • Wakpominee Lodge #48
  • Ganienkeh Lodge #181
  • Loon Lodge #364
  • Ajapeu Lodge #351 (from NE-1A)
  • Memsochet Lodge #507 (from NE-1A)

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Section NE-2A 1990 Conclave

Roy Weatherbee has sent me several dozen scans for Conclaves that had both New York and New England Lodges in attendance. The first scan is for the 1990 Section NE-2A Conclave. Based on the Olympic Logo, I would assume that the conclave was hosted by Wakpominee Lodge #48 and held at the Camp of the same name. Can anyone confirm that?

Roy (and I) only have a single item from that conclave, a pocket patch.

Section NE-2A 1990 Pocket Patch

Is anyone aware of any other issues for this event?

According to the OA Section List, the lodges in NE-2A at the time were:

  • Sisilija Lodge #19
  • Wakpominee Lodge #48
  • Ta-Oun-Ya-Wat-Ha Lodge #268
  • Loon Lodge #364
  • Thay-En-Da-Ne-Gea Lodge #418
  • Ajapeu Lodge #351 (from NE-1A)
  • Memsochet Lodge #507 (from NE-1A)

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Area 2-D 1954 Conclave Pocket Patch

Just over two years ago, I wrote about the 1954 Area 2-D Conclave. At the time, I was only aware of the neckerchief, but there was also a pocket patch issued for the event.

Area 2-D 1954 Pocket Patch

I’ve updated the original post with this information.

According to the OA Section List the lodges in the Area at this time were:

  • Sisilija Lodge #19
  • Half Moon Lodge #28
  • Wakpominee Lodge #48
  • Mahikan Lodge #181
  • Mohawk Lodge #267
  • Ta-Oun-Ya-Wat-Ha Lodge #268
  • Loon Lodge #364
  • Onteroraus Lodge #402
  • Thay-En-Da-Ne-Gea Lodge #418

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1964 Area 2-E Conclave

Another year where the Area 2-E Conclave had only a single item issued to commemorate the event. The 1964 Conclave was hosted by Tuighaunock Lodge #409 and held at Camp Dittmer.

Area 2-E 1964 Neckerchief

Area 2-E 1964 Neckerchief

The OA Section List the following lodges were in Area 2-E at the time:

  • Ty-Ohni Lodge #95
  • Ganosote Lodge #159
  • Chautauqua Lodge #165
  • Tuscarora Lodge #284
  • Amo’chk Lodge #339
  • Tuighaunock Lodge #409
  • Ga-Goh’-Sa Lodge #547
  • Yokahú Lodge #506
  • Ganeodiyo Lodge #417 (from 2-H in 1964)

Can anyone confirm whether Ganeodiyo Lodge joined before or after the conclave?

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Area 2-E 1963 Conclave

Tuscarora Lodge #284 hosted the 1963 Area 2-E Conclave which was held at Camp Scouthaven. according to Mike Hulsizer, there was a single neckerchief issued for this event.

Area 2-E 1963 Neckerchief

Area 2-E 1963 Neckerchief

The OA Section List the following lodges were in Area 2-E at the time:

  • Ty-Ohni Lodge #95
  • Ganosote Lodge #159
  • Chautauqua Lodge #165
  • Tuscarora Lodge #284
  • Amo’chk Lodge #339
  • Tuighaunock Lodge #409
  • Ga-Goh’-Sa Lodge #547
  • Yokahú Lodge #506

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1956 Area 2-E Conclave

The 1956 Area 2-E conclave was hosted by Chautauqua Lodge #165 and held at Camp Merz.

According to Mike Hulsizer’s Area 2-E Memorabilia List, there was only a single item issued for the event, a pocket patch.

Area 2-E 1956 Pocket Patch

Area 2-E 1956 Pocket Patch

The OA Section List the following lodges were in Area 2-E at the time:

  • Ty-Ohni Lodge #95
  • Ganosote Lodge #159
  • Chautauqua Lodge #165
  • Tuscarora Lodge #284
  • Amo’chk Lodge #339
  • Tuighaunock Lodge #409
  • Wakanda Lodge #186 (to 2-H in 1956)
  • Ganeodiyo Lodge #417 (to 2-H in 1956)

Can anyone confirm if Wakanda and Ganeodiyo moved to Area 2-H before or after the 1956 Conclave?

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If the people are capable of understanding, seeing and feeling the differences between true and false, right and wrong, virtue and vice, to what better principle can the friends of mankind apply than to the sense of this difference?” —John Adams
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