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General Hood's brigade. [from the Dallas morning news, July, 1901.] Address of Judge Don. E.
yan, a former member of Company E, Fifth Texas, Hood's Brigade, made the response to the address of adies, Gentlemen and Comrades,—The survivors of Hood's Texas Brigade, at the behest of the citizens nts of Texans, who subsequently became known as Hood's Brigade, left their native State and went for mac?
Wigfall, McLeod and Rainey, of the First; Hood, Marshall and Warwick, of the Fourth, and Arche ays, our army began its retreat toward Richmond—Hood's brigade, then belonging to Whiting's division order stated.
Whiting's division, composed of Hood's and Law's brigades, did not form in line, but ed General Hood if he could do it. To which General Hood replied he would try. General Jackson, with was broken, until this regiment, which, as General Hood says, Slipped the bridle and pierced to the as the hardest-fought battle of the war.
General Hood, who won his rank of major-general for gall [11 more...]<