Hood's Texas Brigade Monument.
Erected 1910 by surviving comrades and friends.
Sculptor: Pompeo Coppini.
Capitol Historical Artifact Collection, State Preservation Board.

A bronze figure of a Confederate soldier tops a gray granite shaft with hand-carved quotes by Confederate leaders. The monument stands as a memorial to the members of John B. Hood's Texas Brigade who fought in the Army of Northern Virginia between 1861-1865. Hood's Brigade participated in many of the Civil War's most famous battles including Sharpsburg (Antietam) and Gettysburg.

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