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Lintz said the order often shared space with other fraternal organizations.“The goal was to have your own meeting facility. Other organizations that met at the property included the Patriotic Order Sons of America; Junior Order of United American Mechanics; Daughters of Liberty; and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.For example, members wear Native American regalia during some ceremonies, and officers may wear costumes at public affairs. Meeting quarters are referred to as a “wigwam” and a leader is a “chief.”In one letter, the “Great Chief of Records of Pennsylvania” invites the Upper Lehigh tribe to a meeting. will be kindled on the sleep of the 27th Sun, Hunting Moon, at the eighth run, thirtieth breath, G. Much of the correspondence details the benefits paid to sick members — to those who were unable to work, or “hunt,” according to Red Men terminology.Another note — this one an 1893 telegraph received from Wilkes-Barre — simply states, “Father is dead. Notify the others.”“A lot of them joined for benefits — for medical benefits or funeral benefits,” Lintz explained.Around that time, the organization had 500,000 members hailing from every part of the nation.Philadelphia alone had 114 Red Men tribes.“There were 80,000 members in Pennsylvania,” he said.The material dates as far back as the 1870s and the papers are mostly intact.The writing — whether in ink or lead — remains legible.“I knew people met up there,” Purcell said of the space above what was last Woodie’s Fountain and Luncheonette.“It helped your status as a businessman or if you were running for office or trying to influence anything in town. It patterned itself after the Iroquois Confederacy and changed its name to Society of Red Men after the War of 1812 and to the Improved Order of Red Men in 1834, according to information from the museum.Because it modeled itself after the Iroquois tribe, Lintz said the order keeps Native American traditions. Moon months include Traveling Moon, Plant Moon, Snow Moon and Hunting Moon, for example. 401, in the wigwam of Neoskaleta Tribe, Philadelphia.”Another letter, also received from Philadelphia, thanks the Upper Lehigh tribe for its contribution of “five fathom of wampum for the Yellow Fever Sufferers’ fund.”“I trust that the great spirit will increase your prosperity and happiness,” reads the thank-you note.Learn more, including about controls: Cookies Policy.David Purcell was surprised when a co-worker found items stashed on the top floor of a Freeland building they are renovating.