The Internet Guide to OA Insignia
Tomahawk Council
Coshochton, OH
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1951
Lodge Totem: White owl
Name Translation: White Owl 
Changes: 1956: Absorbed by Netawatamass 424


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F1 RED C GRY RED  FF; 50x107 mm; owl ears 2 mm below "A" & "O" of name; sides taper inward   
F2 RED C DGY RED  48x107 mm; owl ears touch "A" & "O" of name   
HS1?        (Netawatwees 50th Anniversary; Wapagoklos 448) 
N1   WHT RED  SSC   
N2   WHT RED  YEL feet; SSC (Unverified)   
ZF1 RED C GRY RED   Handmade   
ZF2 RED C GRY RED  Crude modern fake ("Asian style fake"; 2004) 
ZF3?        (Handmade Fake) 
Data for 11 patches from this lodge and type(s) are shown above.

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