The Internet Guide to OA Insignia
Sabine Area Council
Port Arthur, TX
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1932
Lodge Totem: Thunderbird
Name Translation: Cut-throat or enemy, Name given Lakota by the French  (French)
Changes: 1970: Merged with Neche 36 to form Hasinai 578


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F1 WHT C RED BLU  MVE; FF; (1954)   
F2a WHT R LRD BLU  120x52 mm; F R/E; MVE; little head round eye; (1959)   
F2b WHT R RED BLU  123x53 mm; MVE   
F2c WHT R LRD BLU   big head; dash shaped eye   
F3 WHT R RED BLU  GMY "WWW 62" & arrows; (purpose of issuance not known)   
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