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Image from page 172 of “Unveiling and dedication of monument to Hood’s Texas brigade on the capitol grounds at Austin, Texas, Thursday, October twenty-seven, nineteen hundred and ten, and minutes of the thirty-ninth annual reunion of Hood’s Texas brigade

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

A few nice Eagle Tattoos pictures I discovered:

Image from web page 172 of “Unveiling and dedication of monument to Hood’s Texas brigade on the capitol grounds at Austin, Texas, Thursday, October twenty-seven, nineteen hundred and ten, and minutes of the thirty-ninth annual reunion of Hood’s Texas brigade
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Identifier: unveilingdedicat02chil
Title: Unveiling and dedication of monument to Hood’s Texas brigade on the capitol grounds at Austin, Texas, Thursday, October twenty-seven, nineteen hundred and ten, and minutes of the thirty-ninth annual reunion of Hood’s Texas brigade association held in Senate chamber at Austin, Texas, October twenty-six and twenty-seven, nineteen hundred and ten, with each other with a short monument and brigade association history and Confederate scrap book..
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Chilton, Frank B., 1845- comp
Subjects: Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Brigade Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Infantry Regiment, 1st Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Infantry Regiment, 4th Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Infantry Regiment, 5th Hood’s Texas Brigade Association United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Regimental histories
Publisher: Houston, Tex., F. B. Chilton

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males, pushed aside by the jugger-naut wheel of commerce, nearly forgotten inthe busy din of mart and industry spot, grownchary of telling the undimmed experiences ofthe dead years, they yet find auditors in theirgrandchildren, blue-eyed lads and bonnie littlegirls, who climb upon the gnarled old knees tohear about Stonewall Jackson in the valley, andLee in the Wilderness, and the fighting at Mil-likens Bend, and the siege of Vicksburg. andthe charge of the males that followed Pickett upCemetery Eidge at Gettysburg—and thus thereis kept alive in young hearts the traditions ofthe courage and the valor of the Southland, andthe glorious pride of race and nation andachievement and adore of the South blazes likea holy flame in the little hearts and kindlesa never ever-dying altar fire of patriotism. The circle is complete when the chubby armsof babyhood are clasped around the neck ofgrandpa and when the brave blue eyes of boy-hood kindle at his stories. There is now no tramp, tramp, tramp of boys

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jMAJOR GEORGE W. LITTLEFIELD TERRYS TEXAS RANGERS. President American National Bank, Austin, Texas. Regent University of Texas. Honorary Comrade of Hoods Texas Brigade. Member Hoods Texas Brigade Monument Committee. ARMY, NORTHERN VIRGINIA 147 marching there are measures that are heavy andslow, and the tattoo of the cane on the cementsidewalk is not like the rattle of the snartdrums, and the dull copper luster of the bit ofbronze medallion worn in the lapel is not likethe glory of the gold and the gray but thatscrap of metal signifies a lot more than the jeweledpendant or such orders as are the present of kings it signifies more than the red ribbon of the Le-gion of Honor it means far more than the yellowtrinket of the Golden Fleece or the ebon enamelof the Black Eagle of Prussia, for it marks themen who made such a fight that all the worldwondered, and for four long years held aloft bythe sheer force of the bayonet and the sworda cause that was as hopeless as it was glorious. LINCOLN-GRANT REPRESENTED A

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Image from web page 178 of “Unveiling and dedication of monument to Hood’s Texas brigade on the capitol grounds at Austin, Texas, Thursday, October twenty-seven, nineteen hundred and ten, and minutes of the thirty-ninth annual reunion of Hood’s Texas brigade
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Identifier: unveilingdedicat01chil
Title: Unveiling and dedication of monument to Hood’s Texas brigade on the capitol grounds at Austin, Texas, Thursday, October twenty-seven, nineteen hundred and ten, and minutes of the thirty-ninth annual reunion of Hood’s Texas brigade association held in Senate chamber at Austin, Texas, October twenty-six and twenty-seven, nineteen hundred and ten, collectively with a short monument and brigade association history and Confederate scrap book..
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Chilton, Frank B., 1845- comp
Subjects: Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Brigade Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Infantry Regiment, 1st Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Infantry Regiment, 4th Confederate States of America. Army. Texas Infantry Regiment, 5th Hood’s Texas Brigade Association United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Regimental histories
Publisher: Houston, Tex., F. B. Chilton

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,liOK cinivc^K W. LlTTLEFltLD ihRRVS ii.XAS RANGERS. President Amc Monal Bank, Austin, T:-!:. Re- nt rni-.ef^itr of Texas. Honorary Comrade of H^

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-LJOR GEORGE . LITTLEFIELD TERRYS TEXAS RANGERS. President American National Bank, Austin, Texas. Regent University of Texas. Honorary Comrade of Hoods Texas Brigade. Member Hoods Texas Brigade Monument Committee. ARMY, NORTHERN VIRGINIA 147 marching there are steps that are heavy andslow, and the tattoo of the cane on the cementsidewalk is not like the rattle of the snartdrums, and the dull copper luster of the bit ofbronze medallion worn in the lapel is not likethe glory of the gold and the gray but thatscrap of metal indicates far more than the jeweledpendant or such orders as are the gift of kings it indicates more than the red ribbon of the Le-gion of Honor it indicates far more than the yellowtrinket of the Golden Fleece or the ebon enamelof the Black Eagle of Prussia, for it marks themen who made such a fight that all the worldwondered, and for 4 long years held aloft bythe sheer force of the bayonet and the sworda lead to that was as hopeless as it was glorious. LINCOLN-GRANT REPRESENT

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