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There have been a number of '''secret societies''' at the [[College of William and Mary]] during its history. Currently active groups include the [[FHC]] Society, [[7 Society]], Bishop James Madison Society, Thirteen, W Society, and others. The FHC was the first collegiate secret society in the United States. It was founded on November 11, 1750, and faded away in the 1770s and was revived in the 1920s.
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There have been a number of '''secret societies''' at the [[College of William and Mary]] during its history. Currently active groups include the [[FHC]] Society, [[7 Society]], Bishop James Madison Society, Thirteen, W Society, and others. The FHC was the first collegiate secret society in the United States. It was founded on November 11, 1750, faded away in the 1770s, and was revived in the 1920s.
  
 
==Material in the SCRC==
 
==Material in the SCRC==

Revision as of 17:04, 5 March 2009

There have been a number of secret societies at the College of William and Mary during its history. Currently active groups include the FHC Society, 7 Society, Bishop James Madison Society, Thirteen, W Society, and others. The FHC was the first collegiate secret society in the United States. It was founded on November 11, 1750, faded away in the 1770s, and was revived in the 1920s.

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