Answered By: Grand Strand Circulation Last Updated: Apr 20, 2015 Views: 11
The organization's official website restricts access to members-only. There is a little information there, but the bulk of it requires membership to view. Unfortunately, the most comprehensive history I can find on the Fraternal Order of Eagles is on Wikipedia. Rather than relying on what you find there, use the information as a jumping-off point for your research. Try searching the databases for some of the people, charities, and historical events mentioned in the Wikipedia article. Especially try the history and biography databases.
Also, a search in Infotrac Newsstand brings up over 800 newspaper articles from around the country about the Order. This will give you a good overview of what the organization gets up to, though it won't provide much history.
I also found this news clip about the F.O.E. being investigated for financial irregularities.