Posts belonging to Category Area/Section Conclaves



Kintecoying Lodge #4 Online Store Adding 2020 NOAC Sets

Kintecoying Lodge has recently added an online store for those seeking to purchase its memorabilia and has now added its remaining 2020 NOAC sets for those outside of the lodge.

Kintecoying Lodge Online Store

Kintecoying Lodge Online Store


Clicking on the image above should bring you to the store which accepts payments via credit card.

Or here is a link to the Kintecoying Lodge online store.

If you have a link to an online store particularly for an NYS OA Lodge, please add it in the comments below.


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“The principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.” —Thomas Jefferson (1816)

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Section NE-3B 2002 Conclave Program

A bit of paper, provided by Cory Haynes. The Program for the Section NE-3B 2002 Conclave which I have also added to the original post.

Section NE-3B 2002 Program Booklet

Clicking on the link will open a PDF version of the program.

According to the OA Section List, the Lodges in section NE-3B at this time were:

  • Haudenosaunee Lodge #19
  • Half Moon Lodge #28
  • Ona Yote Lodge #34Otahnagon Lodge #172
  • Kayanernh-Kowa Lodge #219
  • Tahgajute Lodge #247
  • Kamargo Lodge #294
  • Loon Lodge #364
  • Onteroraus Lodge #402

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“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclination, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” —John Adams (1770)

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Section NE-2D 1982 Conclave Pin

I had previously written about the Section NE-2D 1982 Conclave. Mia Hubbert sends along an image of a hat pin issued for the event.

Section NE-2D 1982 Conclave Pin

Section NE-2D 1982 Conclave Pin

I’ll add the image to the original post.

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“The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground.” —Thomas Jefferson (1788)

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Section NE-2A 2019 Jacket and Pocket Patch Set

Each year for the last several years, Section NE-2A Conclave has issued a pocket patch and jacket patch for its members. The design has been consistent, but the border color has changed each year. There is no indication of the year on the patches.

Section NE-2A 2019 Jacket and Pocket Patch Set

Section NE-2A 2019 Jacket and Pocket Patch Set

Thanks to Nick Wolf for the images.

Section NE-2A contains:

  • Tschitani #10 CT
  • Half Moon #28 NY
  • Pocumtuc #(83) MA
  • Nacha Nimat #86 NY
  • Owaneco #313 CT
  • Paugassett #553 CT

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“[T]his is not an indefinite government deriving its powers from the general terms prefixed to the specified powers — but, a limited government tied down to the specified powers, which explain and define the general terms.” –James Madison, Speech in Congress, 1792

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Section NE-2B 2016 Conclave Jacket Patch

The host of the 2016 Section NE-2B Conclave was Buckskin Lodge #412 and it was held at Schiff Scout Reservation. The Theme was “The Difference.”

When I wrote the post up last year, I was not aware of a Jacket Patch although the Section normally has one. Thanks to Juan Gonzalez for the image and the trade.

Section NE-2B 2016 Conclave Jacket Patch

Section NE-2B 2016 Conclave Jacket Patch

I’ll update the original post with this image too.

According to the OA Section List, Section NE-2B contains:

  • Kintecoying Lodge #4
  • Ktemaque Lodge #15
  • Shinnecock Lodge #360
  • Buckskin Lodge #412
  • Achewon Netopalis Lodge #427

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“To judge from the history of mankind, we shall be compelled to conclude that the fiery and destructive passions of war reign in the human breast with much more powerful sway than the mild and beneficent sentiments of peace; and that to model our political systems upon speculations of lasting tranquility would be to calculate on the weaker springs of human character.” –Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 34, 1788

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Another Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Update

I only recently updated the issues for the Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave. Now I have another to add, this one has a yellow border. The 2016 Section NE-3A Conclave was held at Camp Woodland and hosted by Lowanne Nimat Lodge #219

I believe this to be the host lodge issue, but can anyone confirm?

Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Yellow Border Patch

Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Yellow Border Patch

Does anyone confirm what this border color was for?

Currently looking for the red and orange borders. Anyone have these for trade or sale?

According to the OA Section List, Section NE-3A contains:

  • TKäen DoD Lodge #30
  • Tschipey Achtu Lodge #95/397
  • Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159
  • Lowanne Nimat Lodge #219
  • Ashokwahta Lodge #3390

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“A good moral character is the first essential in a man, and that the habits contracted at your age are generally indelible, and your conduct here may stamp your character through life.” —George Washington (1790)

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Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Update

The 2016 Section NE-3A Conclave was held at Camp Woodland and hosted by Lowanne Nimat Lodge #219 The theme, a follow up from 2015 theme, for the 2016 weekend was The Quest. My original post for the 2016 conclave did not include the participant patch shown below.

Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Participant Patch w/loop

Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Participant Patch w/loop

There was also a orange bordered patch

Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Orange Border Patch

Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Orange Border Patch

Does anyone know what this border color was for?

And a red bordered patch:

Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Red Border Patch

Section NE-3A 2016 Conclave Red Border Patch

Does anyone know what this border color was for?

Currently looking for the red and orange borders. Anyone have these for trade or sale?

According to the OA Section List, Section NE-3A contains:

  • TKäen DoD Lodge #30
  • Tschipey Achtu Lodge #95/397
  • Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge #159
  • Lowanne Nimat Lodge #219
  • Ashokwahta Lodge #3390

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“If a nation expects to be ignorant — and free — in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” —Thomas Jefferson (1816)

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