Historian Danny Sessums Reveals the History of Granbury’s Texas Infantry Brigade during the Civil War
From the panhandle across the state to the Gulf Coast, men of Texas mustered units and enlisted to fight for the South. What began as a number of mediocre military organizations, through a costly series of trials, ultimately was transformed to become a premier brigade in perhaps the finest division of the Army of Tennessee.
Volume I chronicles the history of these men from each unit's genesis in Texas through the Battle of Arkansas Post in January of 1863.
The men of Granbury’s Texas Infantry Brigade mustered from the following counties:
Anderson | Angelina | Austin | Bastrop | Bell | Bexar | Bosque | Brazos | Calhoun | Cherokee | Cleveland | Coryell | Dallas | Denton | DeWitt | Eastland | Ellis | Fairfield | Fayette | Freestone | For Bend | Galveston | Gonzales | Goliad | Grimes | Guadalupe | Harrison | Hardin | Hays | Henderson | Houston | Huntsville | Jasper | Jefferson | Johnson | Karnes | Kaufman | Lampasas | Lavaca | Liberty | Limestone | Matagorda | McLennan | Montgomery | Nacogdoches | Parker | Red River | Refugio | Rusk | Smith | Tarrant | Travis | Tyler | Upshur | Washington | Wise | Van Zandt | Victoria