•A good summary of Freemasonry and a starting point for more in-depth research.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freemasonry

•Ars Quatour Coronatorum is one of the best, and most prestigious Masonic research lodges. Many in-depth, academic level works by eminent scholars both Masons and laypersons.http://www.quatuorcoronati.com

•Very comprehensive website with many details on famous Masons. Here you can also find copies of the "Regius Manuscript" and the "Cooke Manuscript".

http://freemasonry.bcy.ca

•Excellent resource for documents about George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other founding fathers of our nation, all available online. http://memory.loc.gov

•This is the site of the Northern Carolina Research Lodge. It includes a collection of articles on Latin American Freemasonry and mystical aspects of our fraternity.http://www.calodge.org/ncrl

•Grand Lodge Masonic Education Programs    https://grandlodgefl.com/masonic_education.html

•The masonic society https://themasonicsociety.com/content/

Websites about Freemasonry 

Once a Mason, you will find your own path among the thousands of books and articles based on your own choices. However, to start you off, here are a few websites you may find useful: