“If we are to die, let us die like men!” – video

As the Army of Tennessee approached Franklin on the afternoon of November 30, 1864, John Bell Hood and his commanders met at the Harrison House, just south of Winstead Hill.

Cleburne’s words to his fellow General-colleague, Daniel Govan are now etched into eternity. “Well Govan, if we are to die, let us die like men.”

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