The Internet Guide to OA Insignia
Northern New Mexico Council
Albuquerque, NM
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1933
Lodge Totem: Zuni sun symbol
Name Translation: misspelled 
Changes: 1962: Changed name to Yah-Tah-Hey-Si-Kess


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N1   LTQ   EMB   
N2   TRQ   SSC; YEL top half of Zuni sun; no arrow   
N2.5   TRQ   SSC; gold ink top half of Zuni sun; crossed arrows; X1 attached, image of X1 printed beneath   
N3   LTQ   SSC; WHT Zuni sun w/ RED arrow   
N4a   LTQ   SSC; full YEL Zuni sun   
N4b     LBL     SSC; full YEL Zuni sun   
Data for 6 patches from this lodge and type(s) are shown above.

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