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Loyal Orange Lodge #9
(Green's Harbour)

The members of the Loyal Orange Lodge built this lodge in Green's Harbour between 1895 and 1898. Built on a rock foundation, the wooden structure features arched windows and door, wooden shingles, and a unique circular window with a star motif in the gable end. The interior arched ceiling still retains the original beaded-board sheeting. The Lodge is a prominent landmark in the centre of the community.

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of Newfoundland and Labrador

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The Orangemen built the Lodge primarily for their own meetings, socials, dinners and concerts. The structure also served the needs of the larger community as a forum for public meetings and church socials. In 1930 it was used as a court house, and was later used as the site for high-school public examinations. Today the Lodge continues to be useful, both as a place for Orange functions and as a polling both in federal and provincial elections.

The structure was designated a Registered Heritage Structure in April 1995.


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