Statistics for occurrence #1 of “State of New York” in entry anti-masonic-party of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:

...ngs in the spring of 1827, where it was resolved that no mason was worthy to receive the votes of freemen. A political party for the exclusion of masons from public offices was soon spread over the State of New York and into several other States, and ran its course for several years. In 1832 a National Anti-Masonic Convention was held at Philadelphia, in which several States were represented, and William Wirt,...
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