Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United StatesRhode Island State Commandery HONORING RI CIVIL WAR GENERALS A.E. BURNSIDE & G.S. GREENE Descendants of Union Civil War Officers 1861 ~ 1865
CLICK EITHER SIDE TO ENTER
The first attempt to establish a MOLLUS Commandery for Rhode Island by Col. Elisha Hunt Rhodes, 1878 became the Rhode Island Soldiers & Sailors Historical Society, re-formed & chartered as RI MOLLUS, 2001.
After clicking the "ENTER HERE" cell above and you finish seeing our Website Please come back to this Webpage and click the buttons below to see these great Websites
RHODE ISLAND HISTORY CONNECT IS AN INTERNET-WORK PUBLIC SERVICE SPONSORED BY THE RHODE ISLAND GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC CIVIL WAR MUSEUM FOR RESEARCH & EDUCATION
THE CRANSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY THE GOVERNOR SPRAGUE MANSION & JOY HOMESTEAD MUSEUMS
RI SUVCW ELISHA DYER CAMP No.7 RI SONS OF UNION VETERANS OF THE CIVIL WAR
RHODE ISLAND'S OWN CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHIES & PERSONAL NARRATIVES
RI ASUVCW ELISHA DYER AUX. No.2 R.I. AUXILIARY TO THE SUVCW LOCAL (LADIES) AUXILIARY
RI GAR CIVIL WAR MUSEUM & LIBRARY ALSO RI BATTERY A & THE 1ST & 2ND INFANTRY CIVIL WAR UNITS & HISTORIES
BATTERY C, 1st RI LIGHT ARTILLERY FRIENDS & COMRADES OF BATTERY A, 1st RILA IN THE FIELD
THE PROVIDENCE BRIGADE BAND AUTHENTIC CIVIL WAR PERIOD BRASS BAND
RI CIVIL WAR ROUNDTABLE A CONSORTIUM FOR GUEST SPEAKERS, LECTURES, DISCUSSION & RESEARCH
This site was designed and is managed by: Gregg A. Mierka, RI MOLLUS E-mail contact [email protected] Or, write to RI MOLLUS, C/O The RI GAR Civil War Museum, 762 Dyer Ave., Cranston, R.I. 02920. � All Rights Reserved, 2004. None of the contents of this Internet Site may be copied without permission of RI MOLLUS.
The great music you are hearing is performed by theRhode Island Pawtuxet Rangers Fife & Drum Corps, RIM, a 501c3 non profit organization. A must for your period music collection, their CD is a RI MOLLUS and RI GAR Civil War Museum recommended Rev-War & Civil War Period educational resource for all classroom levels and history curricula. The song is "Welcome Here Again", recorded on their CD "Pawtuxet Rangers Fife and Drum Corps", � 2005, recorded and engineered at Silverleaf Audio Studio, Rhode Island. This song or march was also played in the movie "Gettysburg". See the Pawtuxet Rangers WebsiteHERE.