Battery C Affiliate and Member Profile


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Artillery Reserve

The Artillery Reserve Organization was formed by Federal Civil War Artillery Reenacting Units for the purpose of being a non-political, non-profit, memorial organization established to commemorate some of the aspects of our American Heritage. Specifically, this organization reenacts the function of the Light Field Artillery of the American Civil War era. This Artillery Reserve Corporation represents member organizations and individuals across the United States to event sponsors and their agents, both military and civilian, in order to negotiate improvements in bounties, apprearance fees, amenities, and camping areas, as well as the reduction or elimination of event registration fees.
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Centennial Legion of Historic Military Commands

The purposes of the Legion is to carry on the original motives of the military commands of the thirteen original colonies, who, on July 4, 1876, at the Centennial at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, organized the Centennial Legion to perpetuate the military organizations who served and protected our country in the early days of its history prior to, during and subsequent to the Revolutionary War, and to unite together such military commands as shall exist, or their successors, in one body, pledged to keep alive their ancient traditions and to preserve the records of their military achievements; to foster patriotism, encourage National Defense, and aid in upholding the national institutions of the United States in their integrity; to keep alive a spirit of fraternity and benevolence among the armed forces of the United States; to incubate respect for its flag and constitution, and obedience to constituted authority; to recognize and honor all citizens who have served or are serving in any branch of the Armed or Military Services or Reserves of the several States or of the United States; to uphold allegiance to the United States of America and to defend the same against all enemies, foreign or domestic.
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Elisha Dyer Camp 7 SUVCW

Elisha Dyer Camp No. 7 members are active in setting up and taking part in educational programs on Civil War history, hosting services remembering RI Civil War Veterans, actively flagging the graves of Civil War Veterans on Memorial Day and working on a national graves registration database of Civil War veterans. Camp 7 members come from varying backgrounds and areas of expertise and each does his own part to carry on the GAR. We invite you to learn more about Elisha Dyer Camp No. 7, its officers, its history and activities, as well as the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War organization on this website and other SUVCW sites. Many of our members are willing to help with research on Civil War history or genealogy.
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Rhode Island State Militia

The Rhode Island National Guard traces its history from the first colonial defensive force established in 1638. On May 13, 1638, the “Traine Band” was formed in Portsmouth, RI. This group of “freemen as a militia subject to call and expected to perform certain military duties in the protection of the people,” was the humble beginnings of the state’s military forces.


AFFILIATES

Artillery Reserve

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Centennial Legion

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Elisha Dyer Camp 7 SUVCW

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Rhode Island State Militia

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