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General Hood's Brigade. Brave Texans left their native State and achieved Undying fame in Virginia. Address of Don. E. Henderson at Galveston Reunion in 1901. On the occasion of the thirty-first annual reunion of Hood's Texas Brigade at Galveston, Judge Don E. Henderson, of Bryan, a former member of Company E, 5th Texas, Hood's Brigade, made the response to the address of welcome of Major Hume. He spoke as follows: ladies, Gentlemen, and comrades,—The survivors of Hood's Texas Brigade at the behests of the citizens of Galveston have met in annual reunion to do honor to their dead comrades and to the memory of the Lost Cause. A year ago your city was selected for this reunion. Your condition at that time was far different from the present. Then you numbered a population of more than 40,000 souls. This was the beautiful Oleander City; the commercial emporium of Texas; industry stimulated trade and enterprises; faith in the future girdled your loins, and hope smil