Hood’s Texas Brigade Association, Re-Activated is a non-profit corporation chartered under the laws of the State of Texas; it has a 501(c)(3) non-profit status by the Internal Revenue Service.
The goals of Hood’s Texas Brigade Association, Re-Activated are to:
Encourage and foster among the public an understanding of the history of Hood’s Texas Brigade and its soldiers
- Advance historical appreciation for the part that the Brigade played in Texas and Confederate history
- Organize and sponsor educational activities such as seminars and symposiums about the Brigade
- Publish information on Hood’s Texas Brigade and its achievements
In addition, the Association encourages its membership to
- Mark the graves of their Brigade ancestors
- Prepare brief biographies of their Brigade ancestors
- Preserve their family archives pertaining to the War Between the States
- Participate on a local level with relevant history and historic preservation activities
- Share comradeship and fellowship
The Association meets once a year in the spring or early summer. Here, members have the opportunity to get together, share information about their ancestors and hear an interesting program pertaining to Hood’s Texas Brigade and the wider War for Southern Independence. See Upcoming Events.
The 2011 Sesquicentennial Seminar is scheduled for November 11-12, 2011. Details will be forthcoming.
For a copy of our revised Constitution and By-Laws, effective April 1, 2008, e-mail Martha Hartzog, President.