By Danny Sessums

ISBN-10: 098978388X

ISBN-13: 9780989783880

To palms! To palms! Ye courageous, Volunteer!

And so that they did. From the panhandle around the kingdom to the Gulf Coast, males of Texas mustered devices and enlisted to struggle for the South. What all started as a couple of mediocre army organisations, via a high priced sequence of trials, finally was once reworked to turn into a most well known brigade in probably the best department of the military of Tennessee. someplace with regards to ten and 1000 males from Texas enlisted in devices that shaped the majority of Granbury's Infantry Brigade, but by means of war's finish, a little bit below might continue to exist to be surrendered. no longer many devices may possibly element to a extra illustrious list, or a better loss ratio than they suffered within the conflict.

The ones who lived via it straggled again to Texas that summer time of 1865, even though many extra months could move sooner than almost all made it domestic: between them will be these free of far away prison-camps, or from lengthy tenures in hospitals that enabled them to eventually get better. but, regardless of how lengthy it took them, in the event you did come domestic, every one introduced tortured stories of his participation, combined with a very good experience of satisfaction for realizing they'd, certainly, been A strength to be Reckoned With.

Volume I of this sequence chronicles the historical past of those males from every one unit's genesis in Texas via the conflict of Arkansas put up in January of 1863.

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