The Last Battle of the Third TX Cavalry

Serving as the rear guard for General John Hood’s shattered rebel army as it fled South ahead of its victorious Yankee pursuers, the Third Texas Cavalry ambushed the enemy at Sugar Creek. In the early morning hours, the Cavalry charged them at a gallop and pressed them back two to three miles and held them long enough for General Hood’s ragged command to cross the Tennessee River.

This image is a depiction of the last fight of the Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War.

Drawn from original photo by JD Waterhouse Photography

 


 

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