Sons of Confederate Veterans
Hood's Texas Brigade, Camp #153
Trans-Mississippi Old Guard &
Hood's Light Artillery
SPEAKERS BUREAU FOR HOOD’S TEXAS BRIGADE, CAMP #153
(Availability and scheduling must be approved by the individual speaker)
Dr. Jeffry Addicott Author of numerous articles & books, International lecturer, and professor.
"Lincoln's Legacy: Lies, Damn Lies, and Damn Yankee Lies"
“Terrorism” and other topics on request
Peter Baron Arson Dogs and First Responders
Confederate Advanced Genealogical Research
The Establishment of the Continental Army
The transition from Militia to a standing Army
The uniforms and the accoutrements of the American Revolution
The Evolution of Old Glory & other Colonial Flags
Tejas during the American Revolution
The Spanish involvement in the American Revolution
Battles of the American Revolution
The Prison Ship New Jersey
Privateers of the American Revolution
The Pennsylvania Associators
Bernardo de Galvez
Texas Land Grants
Early Migration patterns of American Colonists
and other topics on request.
Judge Ed Butler- “Spain's Assistance During the American Revolutionary War”
“Texas Genealogy College”
George “Bubba” Cheek* “Co.K, 6th Texas Rifles Historical Actors”
“Uniforms and Accoutrements of the Confederate Soldier”
"Black Powder Rifles & Pistols"
J.B. Crowther ”Confederate Colonies in Mexico’s Upper Tuxpan River Valley”
John McCammon* ”Organization and Activities of The SCV Texas 6th Brigade”
”Confederate Cemetery Association of San Antonio”
“Current Attacks on Southern Heritage, Flags, and Monuments”
Joe Owen Author of numerous history books
"Blood and Glory: The Texans at Gettysburg"
“Our National Parks - America’s Best Idea”
“Hispanic Contributions to The War” and other topics on request
Sanford Reed* “Lee’s Legacy of Faith and Chivalry”
“Lee’s Legacy to Today’s Universities”
“Horseback Through History: 1861-1865”
“Letters From The War”
“Visit with Lincoln”
“The Broken Mug”
”Why I am an SCV Member”
"Military Order of Stars & Bars Genealogy"
“Open Carry and Handgun Licenses”
Mike Reynolds* "Opportunities for Reenactors”
“How Hood’s Rifle Corps was Named: You Too Can Be a Member”
Bill Smith* Available for school, classroom, and educational settings.
“History of Southern Culture”
“Flags of the Confederacy”
“Texican Contributions of the 1860’s”
“Arms and Munitions of the 1800’s” and other topics on request
Dr. Beckwith Steiner "Confederate Doctors & Medical Techniques"
Rev. Leon Steiner “Confederate Chaplains”
Max Strozier “The Military Order of the Stars and Bars”
Ray Wainner ”Swords of The 2nd American Revolution”
Dustin W. Seiler# "McCulloch VS. Twiggs - The Lost & Found Confederate History of the Alamo"
"Social Media: The New Digital Battlefield!"
"Texas Society Order of Confederate Rose, Inc."
*We have members available to explain the membership, medal, founding, purpose, and guidelines of Hood’s Trans-Mississippi Old Guard Rifle & Color Corps.
#We have members available to explain the membership, founding, purpose, and guidelines of Hood’s Texas Brigade Light Artillery.
This is only a partial listing of the Speakers and Programs that are available through Hood’s Texas Brigade, Camp 153, and is revised and updated periodically. Contact the 1s Lt. Commander for contact information and assistance in scheduling. Thank you and we look forward to serving your needs for interesting and informative programs for your group. http://www.hoodstexasbde.net/ rev. 1-28-2021
US Dept. of Justice (Retired)
Honor Guard Commanders
Trans-Mississippi Old Guard (Riffles, Sabers and Color Guard) Hood's Texas Light Artillery (Cannon)
Captain - Mike Reynolds Sergeant - George D. Cheek Sergeant-Major - William A. Manuel Corpsman - Dustin W. Seiler
USAF, Tech Sgt. (Retired)
Dr. Jeffery Addicott, Esq.
USAF, Lt. Col. (Retired)
USMC, Gy. Sgt. (Retired)
US ARMY (Retired)
Leslie D. Perry email@example.com
Charles Thacker firstname.lastname@example.org
Johnny Davis email@example.com
Johnathan Driver firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the Hood's Texas Brigade Light Artillery List Updated: 07/11/19
Bill Manuel, Sgt. Major email@example.com
Kenny Wright Jr., Sgt. firstname.lastname@example.org
Dustin W. Seiler, Corpsman email@example.com
Leslie D. Perry firstname.lastname@example.org
Rodney W. Seiler email@example.com
Originally a separate entity called the San Antonio Cannoneers until they disbanded on June 28th, 2019; the Hood's Texas Brigade Light Artillery officially became affiliated with Hood's Texas Brigade, Camp #153 on July 11th, 2019 and then named so, on August 8th, 2019 "Hood's Texas Brigade Light Artillery". The Light Artillery uses three separate pieces: 1776 Revolutionary "Grasshopper" 3-lbs gun, 1841 Smoothbore Field 6-lbs gun, and a Chorn Mortar gun. Hood's Texas Brigade Light Artillert is in Period Dress, fires cannon salutes at special events, funerals, and Confederate Iron Cross Ceremonies, education programs and school events. All member's and associates of the camp are welcome to join. To join Hood's Texas Brigade Light Artillery, all members must be trained and certified in the firing of a Muzzle Loading Artillery as well as your own CSA artillery wool or a jean-wool uniform of either Army of Northern Virginia or Army of Trans-Mississippi.
USCG Aux., Cmdr. (Retired)