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U.S. Civil War Regimental Histories in the Library of Congress

Confederate Troops: Texas


1st (see Notes below), 2nd, 4th (see Notes below), 5th, 10th, 18th, Corsicana Invincibles (see Notes below), Granbury's Brigade, Navarro Rifles (see Notes below) Walker's Texas Division, Waul's Texas Legion.


1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 8th (Terry's Rangers), 9th (see Notes below), 10th, 12th (see Notes below), 13th, 24th, 26th, 28th, 29th, 32nd, 34th, Morgan's Battalion (see Notes below), Parsons's Brigade (see Notes below), Ross' Brigade (see Notes below).

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Corsicana Invincibles and Navarro Rifles: One group of volunteers from Navarro County, calling themselves "The Corsicana Invincibles," were incorporated into Company E of the Texas 1st Infantry Regiment. Another group, known as "The Navarro Rifles," comprised Company I of the Texas 4th Infantry Regiment. See John W. Spencer, From Corsicana to Appomattox: The Story of the Corsicana Invincibles and the Navarro Rifles (Corsicana, TX: Texas Press, 1984), pp. 1-9.

3rd Cavalry/9th Cavalry/Ross' Brigade: The Texas 3rd and 9th Cavalry Regiments were part of Ross' Brigade (for a time Whitfield's-Ross' Brigade) from August 1863 to May 1865. See Stewart Sifakis, Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Texas (New York, Oxford: Facts on File, 1995), pp. 48, 62.

12th Cavalry/Morgan's Battalion/Parsons's Brigade: The Texas 12th Cavalry Regiment and Morgan's Cavalry Battalion were part of Parsons's Brigade at various points during their respective histories. See Stewart Sifakis, Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Texas (New York, Oxford: Facts on File, 1995), pp. 68, 99.

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