Question by  Chef (8)

What was the first fraternity?


Answer by  CourtneyVM (43)

Phi Beta Kappa was the first known fraternity when it began in 1776, the year America declared its independence so it's one of the most important fraternities and not just because it's the first either.It is also because it is one of the hardest to get into. They don't just accept anyone.


Answer by  gmm43 (15)

The first ever fraternity was founded in 1750 and they were known as The Flat Hat Club. The first Greek organizational fraternity was founded in 1776. The name of the fraternity was Phi Beta Kappa.


Answer by  Sadie1251 (12)

The first fraternity was Phi Beta Kappa. The fraternity was established in 1776 at the College of William and Mary in Virginia.


Answer by  Hewitt302 (1720)

The FreeMasons are the first fraternity. The freemasons began in Europe (England, France), and is the world's oldest fraternity. Members often include (invite only)men who work in masonry.

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