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Minnesota Valley Area Council
Mankato, MN
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1933
Lodge Totem: Chief Mazasha
Name Translation: Red Iron 
Changes: 1944: Changed name from Mazasha
1969: Merged with Wapaha 53 to form Midewiwin 53
 

 

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N0.5   WHT RED  Block print   
N1   YEL M/C  SSC   
N1.5     WHT DBR   SSC; crossed arrows   
N2   WHT BLK  SSC; 30th ANN   
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