An Australian-based site with some good stuff on the Knights of Labor and other cross-overs between Freemasonry and trade unionism.
Not as parochial as it sounds. Very comprehensive basckground material on lots of fraternal organisations.
Friendly Societies Research Group An Open University (UK) based group of researchers, some good articles on British friendly societies and, because most of the research seems to be on-going, the potential for much more in the future.
Site which tracks the progress of over a dozen wannabee popes from around the world.
Informative essay on the Witchcraft revival. phoenix masonic museum
Loads of stuff about Freemasonry and Masonic paraphenalia. also a good section on other american fraternal organisations complete with a potted history of each.
Interesting site about Gerald Gardner and his contemporaries in the witchcraft revival.
A detailed manuscript for a possible (part) biography of Gardner.
An excellent, informative and entertaining resource on Druidry and the neo-Pagan tradition.
A great page with information on most of the modern Rosicrucian groups.
Many of the things you may have wanted to know about the Golden Dawn and its off-shoots plus a good historical sketch of the Golden Dawn tradition.