List of monuments of the Gettysburg Battlefield

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Gettysburg Battlefield, circa 1903, looking south along Cemetery Ridge and Hancock Avenue. The Equestrian Statue of General Meade (1895) is left of center; the field of Pickett's Charge is right.

The monuments of the Gettysburg Battlefield commemorate the July 1 to 3, 1863 Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War. Together, they represent "one of the largest collections of outdoor sculpture in the world."[1] Most are located within Gettysburg National Military Park; others are on private land at sites in and around Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The majority of the monuments are listed as contributing structures within Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District. The historic district was approved by the Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places on January 23, 2004.

In 2008, the National Park Service unit managed 1,320 monuments and markers, 410 cannons, 148 historic buildings, and 41 miles (66 km) of roads (8 miles of them, unpaved).[2][1] The largest concentration of monuments is at the Gettysburg National Cemetery, where President Abraham Lincoln gave his Gettysburg Address.

Confederate monuments[edit]


Confederate monuments
Name Image Location/GPS Coordinates Designer/sculptor Year MN ID LCS ID Comments
C.S.A. & State monuments
Alabama State Monument Alabama State Monument at Gettysburg.jpg Confederate lines facing Cemetery Ridge
39°47′12″N 77°15′15″W / 39.786535°N 77.254269°W / 39.786535; -77.254269 (Alabama State Monument)
Joseph Urner, sculptor
Hammaker Brothers, foundry
1933 MN 366 009954 Commemorates Alabama's 16 infantry regiments, 1 infantry battalion, and two batteries who took part in the battle.[3]
Arkansas State Monument AR State Monument MN080.jpg Confederate Avenue, at Biesecker Woods
39°47′34″N 77°15′18″W / 39.792652°N 77.255106°W / 39.792652; -77.255106 (Arkansas State Monument)
Reynolds Metal Company
Cobb Memorials
1966 MN 80 009955
Army of Northern Virginia Marker Army of N VA MN793.jpg West Confederate Avenue 1908 MN 793 080913
Florida State Monument Florida State Monument.jpg West Confederate Avenue
39°48′36″N 77°15′15″W / 39.810098°N 77.254044°W / 39.810098; -77.254044 (Florida State Monument)
J. B. Hill, designer
Bruns Monumental Company
1963 MN 73 009956
Georgia State Monument GA State Monument MN078.jpg West Confederate Avenue
39°47′56″N 77°15′22″W / 39.798862°N 77.255989°W / 39.798862; -77.255989 (Georgia State Monument)
1961 MN 78 009957
Louisiana State Monument Louisiana Memorial on the Gettysburg Battlefield, Spirit Triumphant.jpg West Confederate Avenue
39°48′11″N 77°15′21″W / 39.802958°N 77.255825°W / 39.802958; -77.255825 (Louisiana State Monument)
Donald De Lue, sculptor 1971 MN 76 009960
Mississippi State Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441607542).jpg Confederate & Wheatfield Avenues
39°48′09″N 77°15′21″W / 39.80242°N 77.255873°W / 39.80242; -77.255873 (Mississippi State Monument)
Donald De Lue, sculptor 1973 MN 77 009961
North Carolina State Monument BorglumNC monument.jpg West Confederate Avenue, facing Cemetery Ridge
39°49′06″N 77°14′50″W / 39.818351°N 77.24722°W / 39.818351; -77.24722 (North Carolina State Monument)
Gutzon Borglum, sculptor 1929 MN 71 009964 Marks the spot where North Carolina troops began their part in Pickett's Charge[4]
North Carolina Memorial Tablet
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Gettysburg Battlefield (3440783689).jpg West Confederate Avenue
39°49′06″N 77°14′51″W / 39.818458°N 77.247481°W / 39.818458; -77.247481 (North Carolina Memorial Tablet)
Unknown maker
Soldiers and Sailors of the Confederacy Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440802921).jpg South Confederate Avenue
39°47′06″N 77°15′15″W / 39.784969°N 77.254039°W / 39.784969; -77.254039 (Soldiers and Sailors of the Confederacy Monument)
Donald De Lue, sculptor
Henry Dacy, architect
1965 MN 367 009953
South Carolina State Monument SC State Monument MN079-B.jpg Confederate Avenue
39°47′52″N 77°15′21″W / 39.797858°N 77.255924°W / 39.797858; -77.255924 (South Carolina State Monument)
J. B. Hill, designer
Bruns Monumental Company
1963 MN 79 009966
Tennessee State Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440785711).jpg West Confederate Avenue
39°49′04″N 77°14′52″W / 39.817682°N 77.247896°W / 39.817682; -77.247896 (Tennessee State Monument)
Michael Fitts, sculptor
Decherd Marble & Granite Company
1982 MN 797 080826
Texas State Monument TX State Monument MN082.jpg South Confederate Avenue
39°47′24″N 77°15′15″W / 39.790007°N 77.254293°W / 39.790007; -77.254293 (Texas State Monument)
Harold B. Simpson, sculptor
Stasswender Marble & Granite Works
1964 MN 82 009967
Virginia State Monument Robert-E-Lee-by-Sievers.jpg West Confederate Avenue
39°48′51″N 77°15′01″W / 39.814163°N 77.25034°W / 39.814163; -77.25034 (Virginia State Monument)
Frederick William Sievers, sculptor
Tiffany and Company, foundry
Van Amringe Granite Company
1917 MN 72 009968 Erected near the place where Robert E. Lee watched the troops from Virginia engage in battle.[4]
Monuments to individuals
Brigadier-General Lewis A. Armistead Marker
"Armistead's Last Stand"
Armistead's last stand.png The Angle
39°48′47″N 77°14′09″W / 39.81319°N 77.23583°W / 39.81319; -77.23583 (General Lewis Armistead Marker)
1887 MN 754 009972
Lieutenant-General Richard S. Ewell's Headquarters Marker Ewell's Headquarters MN767.jpg Hanover Road & 6th Street
39°49′52″N 77°13′11″W / 39.831117°N 77.219617°W / 39.831117; -77.219617 (Lt-Gen. Richard Ewell's Headquarters Marker)
1920 MN 767 081109
Lieutenant-General Ambrose P. Hill's Headquarters Marker Gettysburg Battlefield (3440785981).jpg West Confederate Avenue
39°49′05″N 77°14′53″W / 39.817933°N 77.248133°W / 39.817933; -77.248133 (Lt-Gen. Ambrose Hill's Headquarters Marker)
1920 MN 768 080825
General Robert E. Lee Equestrian Statue Virgnia Monument Crop.jpg Virginia State Monument,
West Confederate Avenue
39°48′51″N 77°15′01″W / 39.814163°N 77.25034°W / 39.814163; -77.25034 (Virginia State Monument)
Frederick William Sievers, sculptor
Tiffany and Company, foundry
Van Amringe Granite Company
1917 MN 72 009968
General Robert E. Lee's Headquarters Marker Lee's CSA Headquarters MN765.jpg south of Chambersburg Pike
39°50′05″N 77°14′43″W / 39.834833°N 77.2454°W / 39.834833; -77.2454 (Gen. Robert E. Lee's Headquarters Marker)
1920 MN 765 009592
Lieutenant-General James Longstreet Equestrian Statue Equestrian statue of James Longstreet.jpg Pitzer Woods
39°48′21″N 77°15′24″W / 39.805726°N 77.256549°W / 39.805726; -77.256549 (Lt-Gen. James Longstreet Equestrian Statue)
Gary Casteel sculptor 1998
Lieutenant-General James Longstreet's Headquarters Marker Longstreet's Headquarters MN766.jpg West Confederate Avenue
39°48′00″N 77°15′23″W / 39.800033°N 77.2564°W / 39.800033; -77.2564 (Lt-Gen. James Longstreet's Headquarters Marker)
1907 MN 766 080768
Monuments to specific units
ALABAMA
4th Alabama Infantry Marker South Confederate Avenue
39°47′14″N 77°15′15″W / 39.787259°N 77.25412°W / 39.787259; -77.25412 (4th Alabama Infantry Monument)
1904 MN 791 009588
MARYLAND
2nd Maryland Infantry Monument 2nd Maryland Infantry, CSA monument - Gettysburg.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′00″N 77°13′06″W / 39.816695°N 77.218242°W / 39.816695; -77.218242 (2nd Maryland C.S.A. Infantry Monument)
Flaharty & Rummel 1886 MN 328 009806
MISSISSIPPI
11th Mississippi Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441594052).jpg West Confederate Avenue
39°49′11″N 77°14′49″W / 39.819641°N 77.247065°W / 39.819641; -77.247065 (11th Mississippi Infantry Monument)
William Beckwith, sculptor 2000 MN 833 228965 The statue portrays Color-Sergeant William O'Brien
11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment Marker Monument vs copse.jpg Cemetery Ridge, north of The Angle
39°47′06″N 77°15′15″W / 39.784969°N 77.254039°W / 39.784969; -77.254039 (11th Mississippi Infantry Marker)
2000 Location[5][specify] just west of the Brian stone wall defended by Union soldiers and "marks the spot" 14 of the Mississippians achieved during Pickett's Charge.[6]
NORTH CAROLINA
26th North Carolina Infantry Monument 26th NC Infantry MN801.jpg The Angle
39°48′49″N 77°14′08″W / 39.813574°N 77.235641°W / 39.813574; -77.235641 (26th North Carolina Infantry Monument (The Angle))
Edward Bouldin, designer 1986 MN 801 080605
26th North Carolina Infantry Monument 26th NC Infantry MN799.jpg Meredith Avenue, Herbst Woods
39°50′05″N 77°15′17″W / 39.834715°N 77.254605°W / 39.834715; -77.254605 (26th North Carolina Infantry Monument (Herbst Woods))
Unknown sculptor 1985 MN 799 080703
43rd North Carolina Infantry Monument 43rd NC Infantry MN805.jpg East Confederate Avenue
39°49′07″N 77°12′56″W / 39.818568°N 77.215501°W / 39.818568; -77.215501 (43rd North Carolina Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1988 MN 805 081251
SOUTH CAROLINA
Kershaw's Brigade Marker
2nd, 3rd, 7th, 8th & 15th South Carolina Infantry Regiments
Kershaw's Brigade CSA MN391.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°47′54″N 77°15′06″W / 39.798233°N 77.251683°W / 39.798233; -77.251683 (Kershaw's Brigade Marker)
1970 MN 391 009987
TEXAS
Texas Brigade Monument
Hood's Texas Brigade Monument
Robertson Brigade Monument
TX Brigade MN081.jpg South Confederate Avenue
39°47′25″N 77°15′16″W / 39.790248°N 77.254402°W / 39.790248; -77.254402 (Texas Brigade Monument)
Unknown maker 1913 MN 81 009988

Union monuments[edit]

Union monuments
Name Image Location/GPS Coordinates Designer Year MN ID LCS ID Comments
U.S. & State monuments
Army of the Potomac Marker Hancock Avenue at The Angle J. Otto Schweizer, sculptor 1908 MN 820 080571
Delaware State Monument Gettysburg mon Delaware.JPG Taneytown Road
39°48′58″N 77°13′57″W / 39.8161°N 77.23247°W / 39.8161; -77.23247 (Delaware State Monument)
Ron Tunison, sculptor 2000 MN 832 228979
Indiana State Monument Indiana State Monument.jpg Spangler's Meadow, near Culp's Hill
39°48′51″N 77°12′59″W / 39.814138°N 77.216287°W / 39.814138; -77.216287 (Indiana State Monument)
Al Yeager, sculptor
Codori Memorials
1971 MN 338 009958
New York State Monument NY State Monument at Gettysburg.jpg National Cemetery
39°49′15″N 77°13′50″W / 39.8208°N 77.2306°W / 39.8208; -77.2306 (New York State Monument)
Marshall & Walter, designer
Caspar Buberl, sculptor
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
1893 MN 289 009962 CB NYState-Mon-detail.jpgThe Killing of General Reynolds, bronze bas-relief at the base of the column.
New York Auxiliary State Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440822913).jpg South Hancock Avenue
39°48′15″N 77°14′04″W / 39.8043°N 77.23445°W / 39.8043; -77.23445 (New York State Auxiliary Monument)
Edward Pearce Casey, architect
Gerome Brush, sculptor
Swenson Granite Company
1925 MN 267 009963
The Pennsylvania State Memorial Gettysburg Battlefield - Pennsylvania - IMG 7683.JPG Cemetery Ridge, Hancock Avenue
39°48′27″N 77°14′07″W / 39.807588°N 77.235153°W / 39.807588; -77.235153 (Pennsylvania State Monument)
W. Liance Cottrell, designer
Samuel Murray, sculptor
1910 MN 260 009965 Union state
Monument to United States Regulars Gettysburg Battlefield (3440834915).jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′40″N 77°14′08″W / 39.811217°N 77.235683°W / 39.811217; -77.235683 (Monument to United States Regulars)
Karl Bitter, sculptor
Van Amringe Granite Company
1909 MN 235 009581
United States Signal Corps Marker Gettysburg National Military Park 32.JPG Little Round Top
39°47′33″N 77°14′11″W / 39.79254°N 77.236503°W / 39.79254; -77.236503 (U.S. Signal Corps Marker)
1919 MN 403 009992
Vermont State Monument
"Stannard's Vermont Brigade Monument"
Gettysburg National Military Park 52 new.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′34″N 77°14′11″W / 39.80945°N 77.23636°W / 39.80945; -77.23636 (Stannard Vermont Brigade Monument)
Karl Gerhardt sculptor
Frederick & Field
1889 MN 250 011001 The Corinthian column is topped by a bronze statue of Brigadier-General George Stannard.
Monuments to individuals
Brigadier-General Francis Barlow Statue Gen Barlow MN067.jpg Howard Avenue at Barlow's Knoll
39°50′44″N 77°13′35″W / 39.84545°N 77.22642°W / 39.84545; -77.22642 (General Francis Barlow Monument)
Edward Pearce Casey, architect
John Massey Rhind, sculptor
Roman Bronze Works
John Swenson Granite Company
1922 MN 67 009933
Major-General John Buford Statue Statue of Gen. Buford at Gettysburg.jpg McPherson Ridge, Chambersburg Pike
39°50′17″N 77°15′06″W / 39.83795°N 77.25164°W / 39.83795; -77.25164 (General John Buford Monument)
James Edward Kelly, sculptor
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
1895 MN 30 009934 Union commander, divisional
John L. Burns Statue John Burns statue.jpg McPherson Ridge, Stone-Meredith Avenue
39°50′09″N 77°15′10″W / 39.83595°N 77.25273°W / 39.83595; -77.25273 (John Burns Monument)
Albert Bureau[7] 1903 MN 33 009935 Civilian who fought with the Union army
Captain Jedediah Chapman Marker
27th Connecticut Infantry
Jed. Chapman MN769.jpg Wheatfield, DeTrobiand Avenue
39°47′46″N 77°14′44″W / 39.796167°N 77.245483°W / 39.796167; -77.245483 (Jed. Chapman Marker)
1879 MN 769 009973
Brevet-Major-General Charles H. T. Collis Memorial Bust of Maj Gen Collis at Gettysburg.jpg National Cemetery
39°49′12″N 77°13′55″W / 39.81994°N 77.23197°W / 39.81994; -77.23197 (General Charles Collis Memorial)
Unknown sculptor 1906 MN 406 009994 Collis, a colonel in 1863, was not actually present at the battle.
Father William Corby Statue
Chaplain of the 88th New York Infantry/Irish Brigade
Statue of Fr. Colby at Gettysburg.jpg South Hancock Avenue
39°48′12″N 77°14′04″W / 39.80345°N 77.23438°W / 39.80345; -77.23438 (Father William Corby Monument)
Samuel Murray, sculptor 1910 MN 269-A 009936 Gettysburg National Military Park 45.JPG
The statue stands on the same rock on which Father Corby stood while giving absolution to the troops before battle on July 2, 1863.
Brigadier-General Samuel W. Crawford Statue Gettysburg Battlefield (3441623240).jpg Crawford Avenue
39°47′45″N 77°14′20″W / 39.795737°N 77.23881°W / 39.795737; -77.23881 (General Samuel Crawford Monument)
Ron Tunison, sculptor
Tallix, foundry
1988 MN 803 080852
Lieutenant Alonzo Cushing Marker
Battery A, 4th United States Artillery
The Angle, Hancock Avenue
39°48′47″N 77°14′09″W / 39.813150°N 77.235733°W / 39.813150; -77.235733 (Alonzo Cushing Marker)
1887 MN 394 009974 In December 2013, the U.S. Congress nominated Lieutenant Alonzo Cushing to be posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.[8]
Brigadier-General George A. Custer Relief Bust
Michigan Cavalry Brigade Monument
Michigan Cavalry Brigade Monument, Gettysburg, PA.jpg East Cavalry Field
39°49′34″N 77°09′55″W / 39.82618°N 77.16532°W / 39.82618; -77.16532 (Michigan Cavalry Brigade Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 384 009782
Major-General Thomas Devin Relief Portrait
6th New York Cavalry Monument
Thomas Devlin sculpture.jpg Buford Avenue
39°50′40″N 77°14′50″W / 39.844572°N 77.247159°W / 39.844572; -77.247159 (6th New York Cavalry Monument)
James Edward Kelly, sculptor 1889 MN 3 009861
Major-General Abner Doubleday Statue Statue of Gen. Doubleday at Gettysburg.jpg McPherson Ridge, South Reynolds Avenue
39°49′59″N 77°15′03″W / 39.83303°N 77.25075°W / 39.83303; -77.25075 (General Abner Doubleday Monument)
J. Massey Rhind, sculptor 1917 MN 44 009937 Union commander, corps
Major-General Abner Doubleday's Headquarters Marker Gettysburg National Military Park 09.JPG South Reynolds Avenue
39°50′08″N 77°14′58″W / 39.83558°N 77.249578°W / 39.83558; -77.249578 (Gen. Abner Doubleday's Headquarters Marker)
1913 MN ?
Colonel Augustus Van Horne Ellis Statue
124th New York Infantry Monument
Ellisstaute.jpg Houck's Ridge, Sickles Avenue
39°47′33″N 77°14′32″W / 39.792376°N 77.242274°W / 39.792376; -77.242274 (124th New York Infantry Monument)
Maurice J. Power
P. B. Laird
1884 MN 129 009688 Colonel Ellis was killed in the battle.
Captain Henry V. Fuller Marker
64th New York Infantry
Fuller Marker MN395.jpg Rose Woods, Brooke Avenue
39°47′41″N 77°14′43″W / 39.794847°N 77.245179°W / 39.794847; -77.245179 (General John Geary Monument)
1894 MN 395 009975
Brigadier-General John Geary Statue Gettysburg Battlefield (3440837107).jpg Culp's Hill, Slocum & Geary Avenues
39°49′02″N 77°13′12″W / 39.817226°N 77.219926°W / 39.817226; -77.219926 (General John Geary Monument)
J. Otto Schweizer, sculptor
Van Amringe Granite Company
1915 MN 348 009938
Brigadier-General John Gibbon Statue Gburg mon Gen John Gibbon.JPG Hancock Avenue
39°48′40″N 77°14′07″W / 39.81102°N 77.2354°W / 39.81102; -77.2354 (General John Gibbon Monument)
Terry Jones, sculptor
Laran Bronze, Inc.
1988 MN 802 080488 A statue of General Gibbon was recommended in 1913, but it took 75 years to realize.
General George S. Greene Statue Greene Gettysburg Monument.jpg Culp's Hill
39°49′12″N 77°13′12″W / 39.819865°N 77.220127°W / 39.819865; -77.220127 (General George Greene Monument)
Roland Hinton Perry, sculptor
Bureau Brothers Foundry
1907 MN 317 009939 Union commander, brigade
Major-General Winfield S. Hancock Equestrian Statue Winfield S. Hancock Gettysburg statue.jpg Cemetery Hill, Baltimore Pike
39°49′17″N 77°13′44″W / 39.82132°N 77.228877°W / 39.82132; -77.228877 (General Winfield Scott Hancock Equestrian Statue)
Francis Edwin Elwell, sculptor
Bureau Brothers Foundry
Smith Granite Company
1896 MN 300 009927
Major-General Winfield S. Hancock Wounded Marker Hancock Wounded MN251.jpg South Hancock Avenue
39°48′32″N 77°14′13″W / 39.808769°N 77.237076°W / 39.808769; -77.237076 (Hancock Wounded Marker)
Smith Granite Company 1892 MN 251 009969
General Alexander Hays Statue
63rd Pennsylvania Infantry
Gettysburg3.JPG Ziegler's Grove, Hancock Avenue
39°49′01″N 77°14′04″W / 39.816829°N 77.234547°W / 39.816829; -77.234547 (General Alexander Hays Monument)
J. Otto Schweizer, sculptor
Gorham Manufacturing Company, foundry
Van Amringe Granite Company
circa 1914 MN 207 009940
Major-General Oliver Howard Equestrian Statue Statue of General Howard at Gettysburg.jpg East Cemetery Hill, Baltimore Pike
39°49′19″N 77°13′44″W / 39.821948°N 77.228877°W / 39.821948; -77.228877 (General Oliver Howard Equestrian Statue)
Robert Ingersoll Aitken, sculptor 1932 MN 305 no listing Union cmdr, corps
Brigadier-General Albion P. Howe Headquarters Marker Albion Howe's Headquarters MN398.jpg Taneytown Road & Howe Avenue
39°47′02″N 77°13′48″W / 39.784027°N 77.229928°W / 39.784027; -77.229928 (Albion Howe's Headquarters Marker)
1905 MN 398 009989
Reverend Horatio S. Howell Monument
Chaplain of the 90th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment
50th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg p183.jpg Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, Chambersburg Street
39°49′51″N 77°13′57″W / 39.830824°N 77.232592°W / 39.830824; -77.232592 (Chaplain Horatio S. Howell Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 399 009976 Located on the steps of the church, the monument is a stone lectern holding a bronze book. The inscription reads:
In Memoriam, Rev. Horatio Howell, Chaplain, 90th Penna Vols. was cruely shot dead on these church steps on the afternoon of July 1st 1863.
"He delivereth me from mine enemies. Yea, thou liftest me up, above those that rise up against me." – 18th Psalms, 48th Verse.
"He, being dead, yet speaketh." – Hebrews II, 4.
Sergeant Amos Humiston Marker
154th New York Infantry
Stratton Street
39°49′55″N 77°13′43″W / 39.83205°N 77.228715°W / 39.83205; -77.228715 (Sergeant Amos Humiston Marker)
1993 MN ? Humiston children.jpg
Sergeant Humiston's corpse was identified, months after the battle, through a photograph of his children that he clutched in his hand.
Brigadier-General Andrew Atkinson Humphreys Statue Gen AA Humphreys statue by J Otto Schweizer 1919.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′30″N 77°14′38″W / 39.8082°N 77.243889°W / 39.8082; -77.243889 (General Andrew Humphreys Monument)
J. Otto Schweizer, sculptor
Gorham Manufacturing Company, foundry
Van Amringe Granite Company
1919 MN 201 009941
Major-General George Meade Equestrian Statue Statue of Gen. Meade at Gettysburg.jpg Cemetery Ridge, Hancock Avenue
39°48′50″N 77°14′05″W / 39.813881°N 77.23481°W / 39.813881; -77.23481 (General George Meade Equestrian Statue)
H. K. Bush-Brown, sculptor 1895 MN 690 009929 Union cmdr, army
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry C. Merwin Marker
27th Connecticut Infantry
Here fell Henry C. Merwin.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′51″N 77°14′27″W / 39.797567°N 77.2409°W / 39.797567; -77.2409 (Henry Merwin Marker)
1880 MN 770 009977
Colonel Patrick H. O'Rorke Relief Bust
140th New York Infantry Monument
Gettysburg Battlefield (3440806791).jpg Little Round Top
39°47′29″N 77°14′14″W / 39.791284°N 77.237089°W / 39.791284; -77.237089 (140th New York Infantry Monument)
J. G. Hamilton, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1889 MN 94 009695
Major Joshua G. Palmer Marker
66th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Maj J G Palmer Monument (66th Ohio).jpg Culp's Hill, Slocum Avenue 1887 MN 771 009978
Brevet-Lieutenant William Brooke Rawle Memorial Flagpole
3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry
East Cavalry Field, Confederate Cavalry Avenue 1909 MN 789 009993
Major-General John F. Reynolds Equestrian Statue Statue of Gen. Reynolds at Gettysburg.jpg McPherson Ridge, Chambersburg Pike at Stone-Meredith Avenue
39°50′16″N 77°15′05″W / 39.837899°N 77.251284°W / 39.837899; -77.251284 (General John Reynolds Equestrian Statue)
H. K. Bush-Brown, sculptor
Bureau Brothers Foundry
1898 MN 28 009930 Union cmdr, corps
Major-General John F. Reynolds Statue Statue of Gen. Reynolds (1872) at Gettysburg.jpg National Cemetery
39°49′17″N 77°13′49″W / 39.8213°N 77.23033°W / 39.8213; -77.23033 (General John Reynolds Statue)
John Quincy Adams Ward, sculptor
Robert Wood & Company, foundry
1872 MN 291 009942 Union commander, corps
Major-General John F. Reynolds Killed Marker John F. Reynolds Gettysburg death monument.jpg Herbst Woods, Reynolds Avenue
39°50′04″N 77°15′03″W / 39.834392°N 77.250954°W / 39.834392; -77.250954 (General Reynolds Killed Marker)
1886 MN 41 009970 Union commander, corps
Brigadier-General John Cleveland Robinson Statue Gettysburg Battlefield (3440772503).jpg Doubleday & Robinson Avenues
39°50′36″N 77°14′31″W / 39.843464°N 77.241886°W / 39.843464; -77.241886 (General John Robinson Monument)
J. Massey Rhind, sculptor
Jonathan Williams, Inc., foundry
Worden-Gilboy Company (base)
1917 MN 10 009943
Major-General John Sedgwick Equestrian Statue Statue of Ge. Sedgwick at Gettysburg.jpg Munshower Knoll, Sedgwick Avenue
39°47′46″N 77°14′02″W / 39.796224°N 77.233863°W / 39.796224; -77.233863 (General John Sedgwick Equestrian Statue)
H. K. Bush-Brown, sculptor
Bureau Brothers Foundry
Davis Granite Company
1913 MN 112 009931
Major-General Daniel E. Sickles Wounded Marker General Sickles Wounded MN193.jpg United States Avenue, near Trostle Barn
39°48′09″N 77°14′34″W / 39.802544°N 77.242773°W / 39.802544; -77.242773 (General Daniel E. Sickles Wounded Marker)
Unknown sculptor circa 1901 MN 193 009971
Major-General Henry Slocum Equestrian Statue Statue of Gen. Slocum at Gettysburg.jpg Stevens' Knoll, Slocum Avenue
39°49′09″N 77°13′29″W / 39.819128°N 77.224588°W / 39.819128; -77.224588 (General Henry Slocum Equestrian Statue)
Edward Clark Potter, sculptor
Gorham Manufacturing Company, foundry
1902 MN 312 009932
Major-General Henry Slocum's Headquarters Marker Powers' Hill, Baltimore Pike
39°48′29″N 77°13′04″W / 39.807983°N 77.217833°W / 39.807983; -77.217833 (Mjr-Gen. Henry Slocum's Headquarters Marker)
Emmor Cope 1913 MN 458 081108
Brigadier-General George Stannard Statue Gettysburg National Military Park 52 new Cropped.jpg Vermont State Monument
(Stannard Vermont Brigade Monument)
Hancock Avenue
39°48′34″N 77°14′11″W / 39.80945°N 77.23636°W / 39.80945; -77.23636 (Stannard Vermont Brigade Monument)
Karl Gerhardt sculptor
Frederick & Field
1889 MN 250 011001
Major-General George Sykes's Headquarters Marker 5th US Corps MN400.jpg Sedgwick Avenue 1898 MN 400 009990
Colonel Charles F. Taylor Marker
13th Pennsylvania Reserves Regiment
Taylor Marker MN393.jpg Ayres Avenue
39°47′44″N 77°14′28″W / 39.795601°N 77.241234°W / 39.795601; -77.241234 (Colonel Charles F. Taylor Marker)
1905 MN 393 009979 Colonel Taylor, of Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, was the youngest colonel in the Union Army. Killed July 3, 1863.[9]
Brigadier-General Strong Vincent Statue
83rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument
VINCENT 83 PVI.JPG Little Round Top
39°47′24″N 77°14′13″W / 39.789957°N 77.236969°W / 39.789957; -77.236969 (83rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
S. J. O'Kelley, sculptor,
P. F. Eisenbrown & Sons Company, Reading, PA
1889 MN 91 009723
Brigadier-General Strong Vincent Marker Gen Strong Vincent MN092.jpg Little Round Top
39°47′26″N 77°14′13″W / 39.7906598°N 77.236921°W / 39.7906598; -77.236921 (General Strong Vincent Marker)
Codori Memorials 1878 MN 92 009980
Brigadier-General James S. Wadsworth Statue Statue of Gen Wadsworth at Gettysburg.jpg McPherson Ridge, North Reynolds Avenue
39°50′18″N 77°14′52″W / 39.83829°N 77.24769°W / 39.83829; -77.24769 (General James Wadsworth Monument)
Roland Hinton Perry, sculptor 1914 MN 24 009944 Union commander, divisional
Brigadier-General James S. Wadsworth's Division Tablet Wadsworth's Division MN426.jpg McPherson Ridge, North Reynolds Avenue
39°50′13″N 77°14′55″W / 39.836833°N 77.248717°W / 39.836833; -77.248717 (Wadsworth's Division Tablet)
Emmor Cope 1909 MN 426 009590
Colonel George Hull Ward Marker
15th Massachusetts Infantry
Col. Ward Marker.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′44″N 77°14′19″W / 39.812239°N 77.238737°W / 39.812239; -77.238737 (Colonel George Hull Ward Marker)
Boston Marble & Granite Company 1886 MN 203
Brigadier-General G. K. Warren Statue Statue of Gen. Warren at gettysburg.jpg Little Round Top
39°47′33″N 77°14′12″W / 39.792516°N 77.236683°W / 39.792516; -77.236683 (General G. K. Warren Monument)
Karl Gerhardt, sculptor
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
1888 MN 99 009945 Union officer
Brigadier-General Alexander Stewart Webb Statue Gburg mon Al S Webb.JPG Hancock Avenue
39°48′47″N 77°14′07″W / 39.81296°N 77.23537°W / 39.81296; -77.23537 (General Alexander Webb Monument)
J. Massey Rhind, sculptor
Jonathan Williams, Inc., foundry
Worden-Crawford Company
1915 MN 224 009946
Weed and Hazlett Monument
(originally 91st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument)
Gettysburg Battlefield (3441622592).jpg Little Round Top
39°47′32″N 77°14′12″W / 39.792121°N 77.236583°W / 39.792121; -77.236583 (Weed and Hazlett Monument)
Schell, contractor 1889 MN 96 009982 Honors Brigadier-General Stephen H. Weed and Lieutenant Charles E. Hazlett who were both shot near this spot.
Major-General William Wells Statue Statue of Gen. Wells at Gettysburg.jpg Plum Run Valley
39°47′06″N 77°14′45″W / 39.78504°N 77.245761°W / 39.78504; -77.245761 (General William Wells Monument)
J. Otto Schweizer, sculptor
Gorham Manufacturing Company, foundry
Van Amringe Granite Company
1914 MN 371 009947 Union commander, battalion
Colonel George L. Willard Marker
125th New York Infantry
near Plum Run
39°48′23″N 77°14′20″W / 39.80635°N 77.238975°W / 39.80635; -77.238975 (Colonel George L. Willard Marker)
1888 MN 397 009983
Colonel George L. Willard Marker
125th New York Infantry
"Willard's Brigade"
Willard's Brigade MN641.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°48′24″N 77°14′41″W / 39.80668°N 77.244846°W / 39.80668; -77.244846 (Willard's Brigade Marker)
1893 MN 641 009691
Brigadier-General Samuel K. Zook Monument Zook Monument, Wheatfield cropped.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′54″N 77°14′33″W / 39.798416°N 77.242559°W / 39.798416; -77.242559 (General Samuel Zook Monument)
H. A. Dorr Company 1882 MN 168 009984
Monuments to specific units
UNITED STATES
Battery A, 4th United States Artillery Monument Gettysburg National Military Park 67.JPG The Angle
39°48′47″N 77°14′09″W / 39.813171°N 77.235814°W / 39.813171; -77.235814 (Battery A, 4th U. S. Artillery Monument)
Battery C, 5th United States Artillery Monument Gettysburg National Military Park 54.JPG Hancock Avenue
39°48′36″N 77°14′10″W / 39.81005°N 77.23598°W / 39.81005; -77.23598 (Battery C, 5th U. S. Artillery Monument)
Battery D, 5th United States Artillery Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441622274).jpg Little Round Top
39°47′31″N 77°14′12″W / 39.792059°N 77.236599°W / 39.792059; -77.236599 (Battery D, 5th U. S. Artillery Monument)
Battery K, 5th United States Artillery Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440840553).jpg Culp's Hill
39°49′12″N 77°13′13″W / 39.820074°N 77.220294°W / 39.820074; -77.220294 (Battery K, 5th U. S. Artillery Monument (Culp's Hill))
Battery K, 5th United States Artillery Monument Baltimore Pike
39°48′47″N 77°13′25″W / 39.81299°N 77.22369°W / 39.81299; -77.22369 (Battery K, 5th U. S. Artillery Monument (Baltimore Pike))
Companies A, B, D & H, 1st United States Sharpshooters Monument
"New York Sharpshooters"
NY Sharpshooters MN075-B.jpg Berdan Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°15′27″W / 39.807994°N 77.257555°W / 39.807994; -77.257555 (New York Sharpshooters Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 75 009704
Companies C, I & K, 1st United States Sharpshooters and Company B, 2nd United States Sharpshooters Monument
"Michigan Sharpshooters"
MI Sharpshooters MN098.jpg Little Round Top
39°47′28″N 77°14′16″W / 39.791181°N 77.237672°W / 39.791181; -77.237672 (Michigan Sharpshooters Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1889 MN 98 009781
Company E, 1st United States Sharpshooters and Companies F & G, 2nd United States Sharpshooters
"Berdan's Sharpshooters"
New Hampshire Sharpshooters Monument
New Hampshire Sharpshooters Momument.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°14′10″W / 39.808079°N 77.23618°W / 39.808079; -77.23618 (New Hampshire Sharpshooters Monument)
Thomas Nahn, contractor 1893 MN 262 009790 "The monument marks the position held by Company E, 1st New Hampshire Sharpshooters on July 3, 1863."[10]
Company F, 1st United States Sharpshooters Monument
"Vermont Sharpshooters"
1st Vermont Sharpshooters MN074.jpg Pitzer Woods, Berdan Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°15′26″W / 39.80812°N 77.257118°W / 39.80812; -77.257118 (1st Vermont Sharpshooters Monument)
F. Moynehan, sculptor 1898 MN 74 011005
Company G, 1st United States Sharpshooters Monument
"Wisconsin Sharpshooters"
Monument dedicated to G Company, 1st U.S. Sharpshooters at Gettysburg.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′29″N 77°14′40″W / 39.80805°N 77.2444°W / 39.80805; -77.2444 (Wisconsin Sharpshooters Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1888 MN 198 011018
Company D, 2nd United States Sharpshooters Monument
"Maine Sharpshooters"
2nd ME Sharpshooters MN083.jpg Granite Farm Lane
39°47′26″N 77°15′00″W / 39.790617°N 77.250117°W / 39.790617; -77.250117 (Maine Sharpshooters Monument)
Unknown maker 1889 MN 83 009636
Companies E & H, 2nd United States Sharpshooters Monument
"Vermont Sharpshooters"
VT Sharpshooters MN084.jpg Granite Farm Lane
39°47′20″N 77°14′49″W / 39.788971°N 77.246873°W / 39.788971; -77.246873 (2nd Vermont Sharpshooters Monument)
F. Moynehan, sculptor 1889 MN 84 011006
CONNECTICUT
2nd Connecticut Light Artillery Battery Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441637396).jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′14″N 77°14′05″W / 39.80375°N 77.2346°W / 39.80375; -77.2346 (2nd Connecticut Light Artillery Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 268 009612
5th Connecticut Infantry Monument 5th CT Infantry MN331.jpg Slocum Avenue, south of Culp's Hill
39°48′56″N 77°13′03″W / 39.815562°N 77.217394°W / 39.815562; -77.217394 (5th Connecticut Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1887 MN 331 009605
14th Connecticut Infantry Monument 14th Connecticut Infantry MN217.jpg North Hancock Avenue
39°48′50″N 77°14′08″W / 39.81384°N 77.23543°W / 39.81384; -77.23543 (14th Connecticut Infantry Monument)
John Flaherty, sculptor 1884 MN 217 009606
14th Connecticut Infantry Marker 14th CT Infantry MN217-F.jpg Bliss Barn site, Emmitsburg Road
39°48′59″N 77°14′31″W / 39.8164°N 77.24205°W / 39.8164; -77.24205 (14th Connecticut Infantry Marker)
1884 MN ?
17th Connecticut Infantry Monument Summit of Barlow's Knoll, Gettysburg. (cropped).jpg Barlow's Knoll, Howard Avenue
39°50′44″N 77°13′34″W / 39.84544°N 77.2262°W / 39.84544; -77.2262 (17th Connecticut Infantry Monument (Barlow's Knoll))
W. H. Curtis, sculptor 1884 MN 69 009608
17th Connecticut Infantry Monument 17th CT Infantry MN069.jpg East Cemetery Hill
39°49′21″N 77°13′41″W / 39.822632°N 77.228115°W / 39.822632; -77.228115 (17th Connecticut Infantry Monument (Cemetery Hill))
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 296 009607
17th Connecticut Infantry Memorial Flagpole 153rd PA Infantry Monument & 17th CT Infantry Flagpole.jpg Barlow's Knoll, Howard Avenue
39°50′44″N 77°13′34″W / 39.84561°N 77.22617°W / 39.84561; -77.22617 (17th Connecticut Infantry Memorial Flagpole)
Walworth Manufacturing Company, Boston, MA 1902 MN 790 081250
20th Connecticut Infantry Monument 20th Connecticut Infantry monument - Gettysburg.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°48′57″N 77°13′04″W / 39.81595°N 77.21786°W / 39.81595; -77.21786 (20th Connecticut Infantry Monument)
Curtis & Hughes
Millstone Quarries
1885 MN 330 009609
27th Connecticut Infantry Monument 27th CT Infantry MN136-A.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′49″N 77°14′30″W / 39.797069°N 77.241558°W / 39.797069; -77.241558 (27th Connecticut Infantry Monument)
St. Johnsbury Granite Company 1885 MN 136 009611 Marks the spot where Colonel Henry Merwin was shot.
27th Connecticut Infantry Monument 27th CT Infantry MN144.jpg Brooke Avenue
39°47′43″N 77°14′49″W / 39.79535°N 77.247073°W / 39.79535; -77.247073 (27th Connecticut Infantry Monument (Brooke Avenue))
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 144 009610
DELAWARE
1st Delaware Infantry Monument 1st DE Infantry MN215A.jpg North Hancock Avenue
39°48′53″N 77°14′08″W / 39.8146°N 77.235455°W / 39.8146; -77.235455 (1st Delaware Infantry Monument)
Thomas Davidson 1886 MN 215 009613
2nd Delaware Infantry Monument 2nd DE Infantry MN143-B.jpg Brooke Avenue
39°47′41″N 77°14′48″W / 39.79485°N 77.2468°W / 39.79485; -77.2468 (2nd Delaware Infantry Monument)
Thomas Davidson 1886
relocated 1909
MN 143 009614
ILLINOIS
First Shot Marker
8th Illinois Cavalry Marker
First shot marker.jpg Ephraim Wisler House,
1495 West Chambersburg Pike
39°51′03″N 77°16′51″W / 39.850964°N 77.280727°W / 39.850964; -77.280727 (First Shot Marker)
Smith Granite Company 1886 MN 1 009616 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg p 178.jpg
Veterans gathered at the First Shot Marker, 1913.
8th Illinois Cavalry Monument 8th IL Cavalry MN039.jpg Reynolds Avenue
39°50′09″N 77°14′58″W / 39.835796°N 77.249447°W / 39.835796; -77.249447 (8th Illinois Cavalry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1891 MN 39 009617
12th Illinois Cavalry Monument 12th IL Cavalry MN020.jpg North Reynolds Avenue
39°50′13″N 77°14′55″W / 39.837082°N 77.248556°W / 39.837082; -77.248556 (12th Illinois Cavalry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1891 MN 20 009618
82nd Illinois Infantry Monument 82nd IL Infantry MN058.jpg West Howard Avenue
39°50′34″N 77°13′56″W / 39.84283°N 77.23235°W / 39.84283; -77.23235 (82nd Illinois Infantry Monument)
Triebel & Sons 1891 MN 58 009615
INDIANA
3rd Indiana Cavalry Monument 3rd IN Cavalry MN023.jpg North Reynolds Avenue
39°50′16″N 77°14′52″W / 39.837912°N 77.24784°W / 39.837912; -77.24784 (3rd Indiana Cavalry Monument)
A. A. McKain, sculptor 1885 MN 23 009624
7th Indiana Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441653128).jpg Culp's Hill
39°49′13″N 77°13′14″W / 39.820294°N 77.22049°W / 39.820294; -77.22049 (7th Indiana Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1885 MN 313 009619
14th Indiana Infantry Monument 14th IN Infantry MN308-B.jpg Baltimore Pike
39°49′17″N 77°13′44″W / 39.821462°N 77.228906°W / 39.821462; -77.228906 (14th Indiana Infantry Monument)
A. A. McKain, sculptor 1885 MN 308 009620
19th Indiana Infantry Monument 19th IN Infantry MN037.jpg Stone-Meredith Avenue at Herbst Woods
39°50′03″N 77°15′15″W / 39.834178°N 77.254237°W / 39.834178; -77.254237 (19th Indiana Infantry Monument)
Whitehead & Wright 1885 MN 37 009621
20th Indiana Infantry Monument 20th IN Infantry MN141.jpg South Slocum Avenue
39°47′41″N 77°14′34″W / 39.79486°N 77.242765°W / 39.79486; -77.242765 (20th Indiana Infantry Monument)
A. W. Ayres & Son 1888 MN 141 009622
27th Indiana Infantry Monument Culp's Hill
39°48′49″N 77°12′57″W / 39.81353°N 77.215957°W / 39.81353; -77.215957 (27th Indiana Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1885 MN 339 009623
27th Indiana Marker East Confederate Avenue
39°48′51″N 77°12′58″W / 39.814267°N 77.216017°W / 39.814267; -77.216017 (27th Indiana Infantry Marker)
1890 MN ? Marks the regiment's position on July 3, 1863
MAINE
Hall's Battery, 2nd Maine Artillery Monument 2nd ME Battery MN029-G.jpg Chambersburg Pike at Stone-Meredith Avenue
39°50′16″N 77°15′06″W / 39.837848°N 77.251547°W / 39.837848; -77.251547 (2nd Maine Battery Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 29 009638
Hall's Battery, 2nd Maine Artillery Marker Hall's Battery 2nd ME Artillery p21.jpg National Cemetery
39°49′03″N 77°13′54″W / 39.81755°N 77.23155°W / 39.81755; -77.23155 (2nd Maine Battery Marker)
MN ?
Stevens' Battery, 5th Maine Artillery Monument 5th ME Artillery Battery MN311.jpg Stevens' Knoll, Slocum Avenue
39°49′10″N 77°13′28″W / 39.81935°N 77.224564°W / 39.81935; -77.224564 (5th Maine Battery Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 311 009639
Stevens' Battery, 5th Maine Artillery Marker Gettysburg National Military Park 11.JPG Lutheran Theological Seminary, Seminary Lane
39°50′01″N 77°14′42″W / 39.833741°N 77.244946°W / 39.833741; -77.244946 (Stevens Battery Marker)
1889 MN ? Position on July 1, 1863.
Dow's Battery, 6th Maine Artillery Battery Monument 6th ME Battery MN270-D.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′12″N 77°14′04″W / 39.803292°N 77.234534°W / 39.803292; -77.234534 (6th Maine Artillery Battery Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 270 009640
1st Maine Cavalry Monument 1st ME Cavalry p469.jpg Hanover Road
39°49′05″N 77°10′09″W / 39.81795°N 77.169235°W / 39.81795; -77.169235 (1st Maine Cavalry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 382 009637
3rd Maine Infantry Monument 3rd ME Infantry MN175-D.jpg Peach Orchard, Birney Avenue
39°48′01″N 77°15′00″W / 39.800411°N 77.250067°W / 39.800411; -77.250067 (3rd Maine Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 175 009625
3rd Maine Infantry Marker 3rd ME Infantry p129.jpg Berdan Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°15′26″W / 39.808004°N 77.257255°W / 39.808004; -77.257255 (3rd Maine Infantry Marker (Berdan Avenue))
MN ?
3rd Maine Infantry Marker 3rd ME Infantry p133.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′45″N 77°14′07″W / 39.81249°N 77.23529°W / 39.81249; -77.23529 (3rd Maine Infantry Marker (Hancock Avenue))
MN ?
4th Maine Infantry Monument Fourth Maine Monument - Gettysburg.jpg Crawford Avenue at Devil's Den
39°47′31″N 77°14′29″W / 39.791882°N 77.241421°W / 39.791882; -77.241421 (4th Maine Infantry Monument)
Unknown maker 1889 MN 126 009626
4th Maine Infantry Marker 4th ME Infantry p167.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′45″N 77°14′07″W / 39.812491°N 77.23529°W / 39.812491; -77.23529 (4th Maine Infantry Marker)
5th Maine Infantry Monument 5th ME Infantry MN106-D.jpg South Sedgwick Avenue
39°47′43″N 77°14′06″W / 39.795311°N 77.235006°W / 39.795311; -77.235006 (5th Maine Infantry Monument)
Unknown maker 1889 MN 106 009627
6th Maine Infantry Monument 6th ME Infantry MN378.jpg Howe Avenue
39°47′00″N 77°13′42″W / 39.783435°N 77.228407°W / 39.783435; -77.228407 (6th Maine Infantry Monument)
Hallowell Granite Company 1889 MN 378 009628
7th Maine Infantry Monument 7th MI Infantry.jpg Neill Avenue at Wolf Hill
39°48′28″N 77°12′38″W / 39.807889°N 77.210646°W / 39.807889; -77.210646 (7th Maine Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 361 009629
10th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment Monument
"10th Maine Battalion"
10th ME Infantry p517.jpg Baltimore Pike
39°48′41″N 77°13′15″W / 39.811509°N 77.220723°W / 39.811509; -77.220723 (10th Maine Infantry Monument)
Hallowell Granite Company 1889 MN 354 009630
16th Maine Infantry Monument 16th ME Infantry MN015-E.jpg Oak Ridge, west of Doubleday Avenue
39°50′30″N 77°14′34″W / 39.841588°N 77.242832°W / 39.841588; -77.242832 (16th Maine Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 15 009631
16th Maine Infantry Marker 16th ME Infantry p43.jpg Doubleday Avenue
39°50′40″N 77°14′31″W / 39.844555°N 77.241985°W / 39.844555; -77.241985 (16th Maine Infantry Marker)
MN ?
17th Maine Infantry Monument 17th ME Infantry MN150-C.jpg DeTrobriand Avenue
39°47′45″N 77°14′40″W / 39.795746°N 77.244412°W / 39.795746; -77.244412 (17th Maine Infantry Monument)
Hallowell Granite Company 1889 MN 150 009632 Monument to the 17th Maine Infantry at Gettysburg.jpg
Detail of the infantryman atop the monument.
17th Maine Infantry Position Marker 17th ME Infantry Marker p201.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°14′10″W / 39.807961°N 77.236087°W / 39.807961; -77.236087 (17th Maine Infantry Marker)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN ?
19th Maine Infantry Monument 19th MA Infantry MN236D.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′40″N 77°14′10″W / 39.81106°N 77.23612°W / 39.81106; -77.23612 (19th Maine Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 236 009633
20th Maine Infantry Monument 20th Maine Monument, Little Round Top, Gettysburg Battlefield, Pennsylvania.jpg Little Round Top
39°47′22″N 77°14′10″W / 39.789476°N 77.236146°W / 39.789476; -77.236146 (20th Maine Infantry Monument (Little Round Top))
Unknown maker 1886 MN 89 009635
20th Maine Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440804153).jpg Big Round Top
39°47′12″N 77°14′22″W / 39.786642°N 77.239544°W / 39.786642; -77.239544 (20th Maine Infantry Monument (Big Round Top))
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 372 009634 Marks regiment's position on the night of July 2, 1863.
Maine Sharpshooters Monument
(Company D, 2nd United States Sharpshooters)
2nd ME Sharpshooters MN083.jpg Granite Farm Lane
39°47′26″N 77°15′00″W / 39.790617°N 77.250117°W / 39.790617; -77.250117 (Maine Sharpshooters Monument)
Unknown maker 1889 MN 83 009636
MARYLAND
Battery A, Maryland Artillery Monument
"Rigby's Battery"
Battery A, MD Artillery p71.jpg Powers' Hill, Granite Schoolhouse Lane
39°48′22″N 77°13′10″W / 39.806067°N 77.219433°W / 39.806067; -77.219433 (Battery A, Maryland Artillery Monument)
Standard Granite Quarries
J. Regester & Son, foundry
1888 MN 359 009810
1st Maryland Calvary Monument 1st MD Cavalry p34.jpg East Cavalry Field
39°49′30″N 77°09′47″W / 39.825123°N 77.162933°W / 39.825123; -77.162933 (1st Maryland Cavalry Monument)
Standard Granite Quarries
J. Regester & Son, foundry
1890 MN 388 009808
Purnell Legion, Company A, Maryland Cavalry Monument Purnell Legion MD Cavalry p98.jpg East Cavalry Field
39°49′35″N 77°09′53″W / 39.826459°N 77.164611°W / 39.826459; -77.164611 (Purnell Legion, Company A, Maryland Cavalry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1890 MN 385 009809
1st Maryland Volunteer Infantry, Eastern Shore Brigade Monument 1st MD Infantry Eastern Shore p29.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′09″N 77°13′11″W / 39.81917°N 77.2197°W / 39.81917; -77.2197 (1st Maryland Volunteer Infantry, Eastern Shore Brigade Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 318 009805
1st Maryland Volunteer Infantry, Potomac Home Brigade Monument 1st MD Infantry Potomac Home p54.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°48′53″N 77°13′00″W / 39.814727°N 77.216718°W / 39.814727; -77.216718 (1st Maryland Volunteer Infantry, Potomac Home Brigade Monument)
Frederick & Field
J. Regester & Son, foundry
1888 MN 335 009804
3rd Maryland Volunteer Infantry Monument 3rd Regiment Maryland Volunteer Infantry monument - Gettysburg.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°48′57″N 77°13′04″W / 39.815867°N 77.217838°W / 39.815867; -77.217838 (3rd Maryland Volunteer Infantry Monument)
P. F. Eisenbrown, Eagle Granite Works
J. Regester & Son, foundry
1888 MN 334 009807
MASSACHUSETTS
1st Massachusetts Light Artillery Battery Monument 1st MA Battery MN282.jpg National Cemetery
39°49′04″N 77°13′54″W / 39.817729°N 77.231599°W / 39.817729; -77.231599 (1st Massachusetts Light Artillery Battery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1885 MN 282 009832
3rd Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument 3rd MA Artillery MN117-B.jpg Althoff Lane
39°47′48″N 77°14′17″W / 39.79673°N 77.238083°W / 39.79673; -77.238083 (3rd Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1885 MN 117 009833
5th Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument 5th MA Artillery Battery MN170-B.jpg Wheatfield Avenue
39°48′02″N 77°14′49″W / 39.8006°N 77.2469°W / 39.8006; -77.2469 (5th Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1885 MN 170 009834
9th Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument Trostle Farm -Gettysburg National Military Park (3479).jpg Trostle Farm, near United States Avenue
39°48′06″N 77°14′33″W / 39.80165°N 77.24248°W / 39.80165; -77.24248 (9th Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument (Trostle Farm))
Boston Marble & Granite Company 1885 MN 194 009837
9th Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument
"Bigelow's Battery"
9th MA Battery MN213-B.jpg Ziegler's Grove, Hancock Avenue
39°48′58″N 77°14′06″W / 39.81599°N 77.23487°W / 39.81599; -77.23487 (9th Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument (Ziegler's Grove))
John Bigelow, designer
Charles Reed, sculptor
Boston Marble & Granite Company
1885 MN 213 009837
9th Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument
"Bigelow's Battery"
9th MA Battery MN169-B.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′19″N 77°14′16″W / 39.788493°N 77.237819°W / 39.788493; -77.237819 (9th Massachusetts Artillery Battery Monument (Wheatfield))
1885 MN 169 009835
1st Massachusetts Cavalry Monument 1st MA Cavalry monument.jpg South Sedgwick Avenue
39°47′46″N 77°14′03″W / 39.796061°N 77.234161°W / 39.796061; -77.234161 (1st Massachusetts Cavalry Monument)
Boston Marble and Granite Company 1885 MN 111 009808
1st Massachusetts Infantry Monument 1st MA Infantry MN199-A.jpg Emmitsburg Road at Sickles Avenue
39°48′31″N 77°14′37″W / 39.808728°N 77.243707°W / 39.808728; -77.243707 (1st Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1886 MN 199 009811
1st Massachusetts Infantry Marker Sickles Avenue
39°48′34″N 77°14′45″W / 39.809535°N 77.245796°W / 39.809535; -77.245796 (1st Massachusetts Infantry Marker)
1913
2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment Monument 2nd MA Infantry MN342-B.jpg Colgrove Avenue
39°48′48″N 77°12′57″W / 39.813324°N 77.215871°W / 39.813324; -77.215871 (2nd Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Joshua Happolo 1879 MN 342 009812
7th Massachusetts Infantry Monument 7th Massachusetts monument.jpg South Sedgwick Avenue
39°47′45″N 77°14′03″W / 39.795929°N 77.234121°W / 39.795929; -77.234121 (7th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1886 MN 109 009813
9th Massachusetts Infantry Monument 9th MA Infantry MN087-B.jpg Sykes Avenue, on north side of Big Round Top
39°47′19″N 77°14′16″W / 39.788493°N 77.237819°W / 39.788493; -77.237819 (9th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Unknown maker 1885 MN 87 009814
10th Massachusetts Infantry Monument 10th MA Infantry MN113-B.jpg South Sedgewick Avenue
39°47′47″N 77°14′03″W / 39.79637°N 77.23419°W / 39.79637; -77.23419 (10th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
J. K. Newell, designer
Melzar Hunt Mosman, sculptor
Chester Granite Company
1885 MN 113 009815
11th Massachusetts Infantry Monument 11th MA Infantry.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′29″N 77°14′39″W / 39.80807°N 77.244031°W / 39.80807; -77.244031 (11th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1885 MN 200 009816
12th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440771919).jpg Doubleday Avenue
39°50′37″N 77°14′31″W / 39.843697°N 77.242068°W / 39.843697; -77.242068 (12th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1885 MN 8 009817
12th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Marker Hancock Avenue
39°48′24″N 77°14′06″W / 39.806708°N 77.235107°W / 39.806708; -77.235107 (12th Massachusetts Infantry Marker (Hancock Avenue))
12th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Marker Ziegler's Grove, Hancock Avenue
39°49′02″N 77°14′00″W / 39.817187°N 77.233412°W / 39.817187; -77.233412 (12th Massachusetts Infantry Marker (Ziegler's Grove))
13th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Monument 13th MA Infantry MN018-B.jpg Robinson Avenue
39°50′33″N 77°14′29″W / 39.84259°N 77.24129°W / 39.84259; -77.24129 (13th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Edward Ludwig Albert Pausch, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1885 MN 18 009818
15th Massachusetts Infantry Monument 15th MA Infantry MN203-B.jpg Hancock Avenue, south of The Angle
39°48′39″N 77°14′10″W / 39.810739°N 77.2361°W / 39.810739; -77.2361 (15th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
possibly W. P. Dolly, sculptor
Boston Marble & Granite Company
1886 MN 203 009819 Gettysburg mon 1st Mass.JPG
Bas-relief portrait of Colonel George H. Ward.
16th Massachusetts Infantry Monument 16th MA Infantry MN196-B.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′25″N 77°14′43″W / 39.80705°N 77.24534°W / 39.80705; -77.24534 (16th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Hallowell Granite Company 1886 MN 196 009820
18th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Monument 18th MA Infantry MN162-B.jpg Sickles Avenue at the Loop
39°47′50″N 77°14′45″W / 39.79736°N 77.24591°W / 39.79736; -77.24591 (18th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1885 MN 162 009821
19th Massachusetts Infantry Monument 19th MA Infantry MN245-B.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′41″N 77°14′07″W / 39.811503°N 77.235416°W / 39.811503; -77.235416 (19th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1885 MN 245 009822
20th Massachusetts Infantry Monument 20th MA Infantry MN234B.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′41″N 77°14′10″W / 39.811449°N 77.236159°W / 39.811449; -77.236159 (20th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1886 MN 234 009823 The boulder atop the monument came from Massachusetts.
22nd Massachusetts Infantry Monument
"Henry Wilson's Regiment"
22nd Massachusetts monument.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′50″N 77°14′47″W / 39.797116°N 77.24641°W / 39.797116; -77.24641 (22nd Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1886 MN 159 009824
28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441632356).jpg Sickles Avenue at the Loop
39°47′51″N 77°14′44″W / 39.797405°N 77.245657°W / 39.797405; -77.245657 (28th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
T. M. Brady, sculptor
A. Ford, sculptor
1885 MN 167 009825
32nd Massachusetts Infantry Monument 32nd MA Infantry MN157-C.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′49″N 77°14′45″W / 39.79698°N 77.245965°W / 39.79698; -77.245965 (32nd Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
S.G. Spaulding, sculptor 1885 MN 157 009826
33rd Massachusetts Infantry Monument 33rd MA Infantry MN303-B.jpg Slocum & Wainwright Avenues
39°49′11″N 77°13′34″W / 39.819861°N 77.226149°W / 39.819861; -77.226149 (33rd Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
John Flaherty, sculptor 1885 MN 303 009827
37th Massachusetts Infantry Monument 37th MA Infantry MN114-B.jpg Sedgwick Avenue
39°47′53″N 77°14′04″W / 39.79812°N 77.234539°W / 39.79812; -77.234539 (37th Massachusetts Infantry Monument)
Miles & Luce 1886 MN 114 009828
1st Company Massachusetts Sharpshooters Monument
"Andrews Sharpshooters"
Gettysburg mon Andrew Sharp Shooters.JPG Hancock Avenue
39°48′49″N 77°14′08″W / 39.813661°N 77.235443°W / 39.813661; -77.235443 (1st Massachusetts Sharpshooters Monument)
Fred M. Torrey, sculptor 1913 MN 218 009829
2nd Company Massachusetts Sharpshooters Monument
"Andrews Sharpshooters"
2nd Andrews Sharpshooters monument.jpg Sickles Avenue at the Loop
39°47′49″N 77°14′47″W / 39.797014°N 77.246365°W / 39.797014; -77.246365 (2nd Massachusetts Sharpshooters Monument)
M.H. Murphy, sculptor
Boston Marble & Granite Company
1885 MN 158 009830
MICHIGAN
9th Michigan Battery Monument
Battery I, 9th Michigan Light Artillery
"Daniels' Battery"
9th MI Battery MN263.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′28″N 77°14′10″W / 39.80785°N 77.235985°W / 39.80785; -77.235985 (9th Michigan Battery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1889 MN 263 009783
Michigan Cavalry Brigade Monument
1st, 5th, 6th, 7th Michigan Cavalry
"Wolverine Brigade"
Michigan Cavalry Brigade Monument, Gettysburg, PA.jpg East Cavalry Field
39°49′34″N 77°09′55″W / 39.82618°N 77.16532°W / 39.82618; -77.16532 (Michigan Cavalry Brigade Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 384 009782 The monument features a bronze bas-relief bust of Brigadier-General George A. Custer.
1st Michigan Volunteer Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441631028).jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′51″N 77°14′48″W / 39.79737°N 77.24655°W / 39.79737; -77.24655 (1st Michigan Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1889 MN 161 009774
3rd Michigan Infantry Monument 3rd Michigan Infantry MN174-B.jpg Peach Orchard, Sickles Avenue
39°48′01″N 77°14′57″W / 39.80018°N 77.24927°W / 39.80018; -77.24927 (3rd Michigan Infantry Monument)
Mitchell Granite Company 1889 MN 174 009775
4th Michigan Infantry Monument Monument to the 4th Michigan Infantry at Gettysburg.jpg Sickles & DeTrobiand Avenues
39°47′46″N 77°14′38″W / 39.79619°N 77.243905°W / 39.79619; -77.243905 (4th Michigan Infantry Monument)
Lorado Taft, sculptor
Mitchell Granite Co.
American Bronze Co.
1889 MN 152 009776 "A color bearer in action"[11]
5th Michigan Infantry Monument 5th Michigan Infantry monument.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′50″N 77°14′42″W / 39.79719°N 77.244959°W / 39.79719; -77.244959 (5th Michigan Infantry Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 154 009777
7th Michigan Infantry Monument 7th MI Infantry MN233B.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′42″N 77°14′10″W / 39.8118°N 77.23619°W / 39.8118; -77.23619 (7th Michigan Infantry Monument)
Joseph Pasetti, carver
Smith Granite Company
1888 MN 233 009778
16th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Monument 16th MI Infantry MN095-B.jpg Little Round Top
39°47′28″N 77°14′15″W / 39.7910°N 77.23745°W / 39.7910; -77.23745 (16th Michigan Battery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1888 MN 95 009779
24th Michigan Infantry Monument
"Iron Brigade"
Iron Brigade Monument.jpg Stone-Meredith Avenue
39°50′06″N 77°15′16″W / 39.83491°N 77.25441°W / 39.83491; -77.25441 (24th Michigan Infantry Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 36 009849
24th Michigan Infantry Marker
"Iron Brigade"
24th MI Infantry Iron Brigade Marker.jpg Culp's Hill
39°50′06″N 77°15′16″W / 39.83491°N 77.25441°W / 39.83491; -77.25441 (24th Michigan Infantry Marker)
Michigan Sharpshooters Monument
(1st United States Sharpshooters, Companies C, I & K
and 2nd United States Sharpshooters, Company B)
MI Sharpshooters MN098.jpg Little Round Top
39°47′28″N 77°14′16″W / 39.791181°N 77.237672°W / 39.791181; -77.237672 (Michigan Sharpshooters Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1889 MN 98 009781
MINNESOTA
1st Minnesota Infantry Memorial Urn National Cemetery
39°49′10″N 77°13′55″W / 39.819483°N 77.231933°W / 39.819483; -77.231933 (1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Memorial (urn))
Unknown sculptor 1867 MN 639 009784
1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Monument 1st Minn Gbg.JPG South Hancock Avenue
39°48′24″N 77°14′06″W / 39.806631°N 77.235021°W / 39.806631; -77.235021 (1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Monument)
Jacob Fjelde, sculptor 1897 MN 265 009785 The regiment suffered 82% casualties in this one action.[12]
1st Minnesota Infantry Monument 1MN July3 Mon.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′38″N 77°14′10″W / 39.810483°N 77.236083°W / 39.810483; -77.236083 (1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Monument (obelisk))
1897 MN 238 009786
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Battery A, 1st New Hampshire Light Artillery Monument
"Edgell's Battery"
National Cemetery
39°49′05″N 77°13′56″W / 39.818048°N 77.232173°W / 39.818048; -77.232173 (1st New Hampshire Battery Monument)
1912 MN 638 009791
2nd New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry Monument 2nd NH Infantry MN176-B.jpg Peach Orchard, Sickle Avenue
39°48′02″N 77°15′01″W / 39.800523°N 77.250334°W / 39.800523; -77.250334 (2nd New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry Monument)
Thomas Nahn, sculptor
Nahn Granite Works
1886 MN 176 009787
5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry Monument 5th NH Infantry MN131-B.jpg Ayres Avenue
39°47′42″N 77°14′31″W / 39.795024°N 77.24188°W / 39.795024; -77.24188 (5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry Monument)
J. F. Hunton
Thomas Nahn Granite Works
1886 MN 131 009788
12th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry Monument 12th NH Infantry MN195B.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′23″N 77°14′46″W / 39.806506°N 77.245989°W / 39.806506; -77.245989 (12th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 195 009789
New Hampshire Sharpshooters Monument
"Berdan's Sharpshooters"
New Hampshire Sharpshooters Momument.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°14′10″W / 39.808079°N 77.23618°W / 39.808079; -77.23618 (New Hampshire Sharpshooters Monument)
Thomas Nahn, contractor 1893 MN 262 009790 "The monument marks the position held by Company E, 1st New Hampshire Sharpshooters on July 3, 1863."[13]
NEW JERSEY
Battery A, 1st New Jersey Artillery Monument
"Hexamer's Battery A"
Gettysburg Battlefield (3441641590).jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′27″N 77°14′08″W / 39.807481°N 77.235464°W / 39.807481; -77.235464 (Battery A, 1st New Jersey Artillery Monument)
George Brown & Company 1888 MN 261 009802
Battery B, 1st New Jersey Artillery Monument
"Clark's Battery B"
Battery 8 1st NJ Artillery p51.jpg Wheatfield Road & Sickles Avenue
39°48′05″N 77°14′50″W / 39.801336°N 77.247218°W / 39.801336; -77.247218 (Battery B, 1st New Jersey Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 183 009803
1st New Jersey Cavalry Monument 1st NJ Cavalry p94.jpg East Cavalry Field
39°49′43″N 77°10′12″W / 39.828713°N 77.169962°W / 39.828713; -77.169962 (1st New Jersey Cavalry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 383 009801
1st New Jersey Brigade Monument
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 15th Infantry Regiments
1st NJ Brigade.jpg Sedgwick Avenue
39°48′02″N 77°14′00″W / 39.800613°N 77.233394°W / 39.800613; -77.233394 (1st New Jersey Infantry Brigade Monument)
New England Monument Company
Bureau Brothers Foundry
1888 MN 271 009792
4th New Jersey Infantry Monument Granite Schoolhouse Lane & Blacksmith Road
39°48′17″N 77°13′05″W / 39.804767°N 77.218°W / 39.804767; -77.218 (4th New Jersey Infantry Monument)
1888 MN 640 009793
5th New Jersey Infantry Monument 5th NJ Infantry p57.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′27″N 77°14′43″W / 39.80746°N 77.245155°W / 39.80746; -77.245155 (5th New Jersey Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 197 009794
6th New Jersey Infantry Monument 6th NJ Infantry MN125-B.jpg Valley of Death, Crawford Avenue
39°47′33″N 77°14′27″W / 39.792509°N 77.240922°W / 39.792509; -77.240922 (6th New Jersey Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 125 009795
7th New Jersey Infantry Monument 7th NJ Infantry p104.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°48′05″N 77°14′48″W / 39.801487°N 77.246743°W / 39.801487; -77.246743 (7th New Jersey Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 173 009796
8th New Jersey Infantry Monument 8th NJ Infantry p47.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′46″N 77°14′44″W / 39.79599°N 77.245585°W / 39.79599; -77.245585 (8th New Jersey Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 148 009797
11th New Jersey Infantry Monument 11th NJ Infantry p148.jpg Emmitsburg Road, south of the Klingle Farm
39°48′21″N 77°14′48″W / 39.805905°N 77.246644°W / 39.805905; -77.246644 (11th New Jersey Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1888 MN 191-A 009798
12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Monument 12th NJ Infantry MN211-C.jpg North Hancock Avenue
39°48′55″N 77°14′08″W / 39.81515°N 77.23545°W / 39.81515; -77.23545 (12th New Jersey Infantry Monument)
M. Reilly, carver
Beattie & Brooks
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
1886 MN 211 009799 12th NJ bas relief.jpg
The bronze bas-relief panel depicts the unit's assault on the Bliss Barn.
12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Marker 12th NJ Infantry p107.jpg Bliss Farm
39°49′00″N 77°14′31″W / 39.816567°N 77.241967°W / 39.816567; -77.241967 (12th New Jersey Infantry Marker)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN?
13th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Monument Gburg mon 13th NJ Vols.JPG Carman Avenue
39°48′47″N 77°12′53″W / 39.812989°N 77.214704°W / 39.812989; -77.214704 (13th New Jersey Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1887 MN 340 009800
NEW YORK
Battery B, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument
"Empire Battery"
Battery B NY Artillery p1177.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′38″N 77°14′09″W / 39.810629°N 77.235778°W / 39.810629; -77.235778 (Battery B, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 240 009866
Battery C, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument
"Barnes' Battery C"
Battery C NY Artillery p1187.jpg Sedgwick Avenue
39°47′46″N 77°14′05″W / 39.796005°N 77.234724°W / 39.796005; -77.234724 (Battery C, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1893 MN 107 009867
Battery D, 1st New York Artillery Monument
"Winslow's Battery D"
Battery D NY Artillery p1193.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′51″N 77°14′34″W / 39.797429°N 77.24283°W / 39.797429; -77.24283 (Battery D, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 140 009868
Battery E, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument Battery E, 1st NY Artillery MN310.jpg Cemetery Hill
39°49′14″N 77°13′42″W / 39.820611°N 77.228324°W / 39.820611; -77.228324 (Battery E, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument)
W. H. Shelton, sculptor
Frederick & Field
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company, foundry
1891 MN 310 009869 At the time of the battle, Battery E was attached to Battery L ("Reynold's Battery").
Battery G, 1st New York Artillery Monument
"Ames' Battery G"
Battery G NY Artillery p1235.jpg Peach Orchard
39°48′05″N 77°15′00″W / 39.801301°N 77.250123°W / 39.801301; -77.250123 (Battery D, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1893 MN 178 009870
Battery I, 1st New York Artillery Monument
"Wiedrich's Battery I"
Battery I NY Artillery p1242.jpg East Cemetery Hill
39°49′19″N 77°13′45″W / 39.821963°N 77.229075°W / 39.821963; -77.229075 (Battery I, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument)
William Lautz, sculptor
Lautz & Company
1889 MN 297 009871
Battery K, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument Gettysburg mon Battery K 1st NY.JPG Hancock Avenue
39°48′49″N 77°14′07″W / 39.813613°N 77.235266°W / 39.813613; -77.235266 (Battery K, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument)
S. J. O’Kelley, sculptor
Frederick & Field
1888 MN 221 009872
Battery L, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument
"Reynolds's Battery"
Gettysburg Battlefield (3440760329).jpg South Reynolds Avenue
39°49′53″N 77°15′05″W / 39.831424°N 77.251284°W / 39.831424; -77.251284 (Battery L, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument)
Smith & Barry 1889 MN 40 009873
Battery M, 1st New York Artillery Monument
"Winegar's Battery M"
Battery M NY Artillery p1262.jpg Powers' Hill
39°48′23″N 77°13′14″W / 39.80636°N 77.22049°W / 39.80636; -77.22049 (Battery M, 1st New York Light Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 357 009874
1st New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument
"Cowan's Battery"
Gettysburg Battlefield (3440836293).jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′44″N 77°14′08″W / 39.812348°N 77.235625°W / 39.812348; -77.235625 (1st New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument)
J. G. Hamilton, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1887 MN 231 009875 Gburg monument Cowans 1st NY.JPG
3rd New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument
"Ham's Battery"
Gettysburg5.JPG Taneytown Road at National Cemetery
39°49′00″N 77°13′56″W / 39.816728°N 77.232224°W / 39.816728; -77.232224 (3rd New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1888 MN 280 no listing
4th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument Monument to the 4th NY Artillery.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′31″N 77°14′33″W / 39.792007°N 77.24251°W / 39.792007; -77.24251 (4th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sculptor
Maurice J. Power
1888 MN 128 009877 The bronze artilleryman statue was toppled by vandals in February 2006, and its head stolen. A new head was created from a duplicate statue in Manchester, New Hampshire.[14]
5th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument
"Taft's Battery"
5th NY Artillery p1295.jpg Soldiers' National Cemetery
39°49′16″N 77°13′47″W / 39.821017°N 77.229842°W / 39.821017; -77.229842 (5th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 292 009878
6th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument
"Martin's Battery"
6th NY Artillery p1299.jpg Taneytown Road
39°48′56″N 77°13′56″W / 39.815551°N 77.232205°W / 39.815551; -77.232205 (6th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument)
Beattie & Brooks
Frederick & Field
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
1891 MN 279 009879
10th New York Independent Battery Light Artillery Monument 10th NY Artillery p1304.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°48′02″N 77°14′50″W / 39.80064°N 77.247102°W / 39.80064; -77.247102 (10th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1893 MN 171 009880
11th New York Independent Battery Light Artillery Monument
Havelock's Battery"
11th NY Artillery p1307.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′49″N 77°14′07″W / 39.813743°N 77.235252°W / 39.813743; -77.235252 (11th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1893 MN 220 009881
13th New York Independent Battery Light Artillery Monument
"Wheeler's Battery"
13th NY Independent Battery MN057-F.jpg West Howard Avenue
39°50′33″N 77°13′59″W / 39.84255°N 77.23295°W / 39.84255; -77.23295 (13th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1893 MN 57 009882
14th New York Independent Battery Artillery
(See Irish Brigade)
15th New York Independent Battery Light Artillery Monument 15th NY Battery Monument.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°48′04″N 77°14′53″W / 39.801058°N 77.248178°W / 39.801058; -77.248178 (15th New York Independent Battery Artillery Monument)
Robert D. Barr, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1888 MN 201 009884
2nd New York Cavalry Monument 2nd NY Cavalry p1096.jpg Hummelbaugh Field
39°48′32″N 77°14′04″W / 39.808765°N 77.234555°W / 39.808765; -77.234555 (2nd New York Cavalry Monument)
Karl Gerhardt sculptor
New England Monument Company
1892 MN 254 009858
4th New York Cavalry Monument 4th NY Cavalry p1110.jpg Hummelbaugh Field
39°48′31″N 77°14′05″W / 39.808548°N 77.23459°W / 39.808548; -77.23459 (4th New York Cavalry Monument)
Emilio F. Piatti, sculptor
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
New England Monument Company
1889 MN 255 009859
5th New York Cavalry Monument 5th NY Cavalry p1123.jpg Bushman Woods
39°47′03″N 77°14′50″W / 39.78426°N 77.247237°W / 39.78426; -77.247237 (5th New York Cavalry Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sculptor
New England Monument Company
1888
relocated 1890
MN 370 009860
6th New York Cavalry Monument 6th NY Cavalry monument.jpg Buford Avenue
39°50′40″N 77°14′50″W / 39.844572°N 77.247159°W / 39.844572; -77.247159 (6th New York Cavalry Monument)
James Edward Kelly, sculptor
Frederick & Field
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
1889 MN 3 009861 Thomas Devlin sculpture.jpg
Bronze bas-relief portrait of Major-General Thomas Devin
8th New York Cavalry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440760765).jpg Reynolds & Meredith Avenues
39°50′01″N 77°15′02″W / 39.833553°N 77.250557°W / 39.833553; -77.250557 (8th New York Cavalry Monument)
F. Muer, sculptor
Smith & Barry
1889 MN 39 009862
9th New York Cavalry Monument 9th NY Cavalry MN004-B.jpg Buford Avenue
39°50′45″N 77°14′46″W / 39.845943°N 77.246089°W / 39.845943; -77.246089 (9th New York Cavalry Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sculptor
Frederick & Field
1888 MN 4 009863 9th NY Cavalry monument.jpg
"Discovering the Enemy"
10th New York Cavalry Monument 10th NY Cavalry p1157.jpg Brinkerhoff's Ridge, north side of Hanover Road
39°49′21″N 77°11′25″W / 39.822502°N 77.190339°W / 39.822502; -77.190339 (10th New York Cavalry Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sculptor
New England Granite Company
1888 MN 70 009864
Oneida, New York Independent Cavalry Monument Oneida NY Cavalry MN276.jpg Cemetery Ridge
39°48′52″N 77°13′56″W / 39.814567°N 77.232317°W / 39.814567; -77.232317 (Oneida, New York Independent Cavalry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1904 MN 276 009865 Union cmpy
10th New York Infantry Monument 10th NY Infantry p269.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′51″N 77°14′04″W / 39.81428°N 77.23442°W / 39.81428; -77.23442 (10th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 241 009641
12th and 44th New York Infantry Monument
"Ellsworth's Avengers"
Gettysburg National Military Park 38.JPG Little Round Top
39°47′28″N 77°14′13″W / 39.791224°N 77.237015°W / 39.791224; -77.237015 (12th & 44th New York Infantry Monument)
Daniel Butterfield, a former commander of the regiment,.[15]
William H. Jackson Company
1893 MN 93 009648 To commemorate the regiment designed to be "Ellsworth's Avengers"[15]
39th New York Infantry Monument 39th NY Infantry p277.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′51″N 77°14′07″W / 39.814179°N 77.23525°W / 39.814179; -77.23525 (39th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 216 009643
40th New York Infantry Monument 40th NY Infantry monument.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′33″N 77°14′26″W / 39.79238°N 77.240437°W / 39.79238; -77.240437 (40th New York Infantry Monument)
Robert D. Barr, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1888 MN 124 009644
41st New York Infantry Monument 41st NY Infantry p303.jpg Wainwright Avenue
39°49′17″N 77°13′38″W / 39.821351°N 77.227206°W / 39.821351; -77.227206 (41st New York Infantry Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sculptor 1893 MN 302 009645
42nd New York Infantry Monument
"Tammany Regiment"
42nd New York Infantry monument.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′43″N 77°14′07″W / 39.812016°N 77.235411°W / 39.812016; -77.235411 (42nd New York Infantry Monument)
John J. Boyle, sculptor
Bureau Brothers Foundry
1891 MN 244 009646
43rd New York Infantry Monument 43rd NY Infantry p330.jpg Neill Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°12′36″W / 39.80798°N 77.210061°W / 39.80798; -77.210061 (43rd New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 363 009647
44th New York Infantry Monument
(See 12th and 44th New York Infantry Monument)
45th New York Infantry Monument 45th NY Infantry MN053-A.jpg West Howard Avenue
39°50′26″N 77°14′08″W / 39.840527°N 77.235692°W / 39.840527; -77.235692 (45th New York Infantry Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sculptor
New England Monument Company
1888 MN 53 009649
49th New York Infantry Monument 49th NY Infantry p382.jpg Neill Avenue
39°48′28″N 77°12′41″W / 39.807784°N 77.211268°W / 39.807784; -77.211268 (49th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1893 MN 362 009650
52nd New York Infantry Monument 52nd NY Infantry p393.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′51″N 77°14′44″W / 39.797411°N 77.245662°W / 39.797411; -77.245662 (52nd New York Infantry Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sculptor
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
1893 MN 163 009651
54th New York Infantry Monument 54th NY Infantry p396.jpg Wainwright Avenue
39°49′20″N 77°13′40″W / 39.822175°N 77.227817°W / 39.822175; -77.227817 (54th New York Infantry Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sculptor 1990 MN 298-A 009652
57th New York Infantry Monument 57th NY Infantry p406.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′49″N 77°14′40″W / 39.7969°N 77.24449°W / 39.7969; -77.24449 (57th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 153 009653
58th New York Infantry Monument 58th NY Infantry MN064.jpg East Howard Avenue
39°50′37″N 77°13′41″W / 39.84373°N 77.228067°W / 39.84373; -77.228067 (58th New York Infantry Monument)
New England Granite Company 1888 MN 64 009654
59th New York Infantry Monument 59th New York Monument at Gettysburg.JPG Cemetery Ridge
39°48′43″N 77°14′10″W / 39.812059°N 77.236242°W / 39.812059; -77.236242 (59th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 232 009655 59th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment
60th New York Infantry Monument 60th NY Infantry p442.jpg Culp's Hill
39°49′11″N 77°13′12″W / 39.819655°N 77.220079°W / 39.819655; -77.220079 (60th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888
relocated 1902
MN 316 009656
61st Regiment New York Infantry Monument 61st NY Infantry MN828-B.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′49″N 77°14′31″W / 39.796988°N 77.241953°W / 39.796988; -77.241953 (61st New York Infantry Monument)
Unknown maker 1889 MN 828-B 009857
62nd New York Infantry Monument 62nd NY Infantry MN120-B.jpg Althoff Lane
39°47′50″N 77°14′15″W / 39.797196°N 77.237398°W / 39.797196; -77.237398 (62nd New York Infantry Monument)
Byron M. Pickett, sculptor
Maurice J. Power, contractor
1888 MN 120 009658
63rd New York Infantry Regiment
(See Irish Brigade)
64th New York Infantry Monument 64th NY Infantry MN142.jpg Brooke Avenue
39°47′42″N 77°14′49″W / 39.79499°N 77.24698°W / 39.79499; -77.24698 (64th New York Infantry Monument)
W. B. Archibald, sculptor 1890 MN 142 009659
65th New York Volunteer Infantry Monument 65th NY Infantry MN352A.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′05″N 77°13′11″W / 39.818059°N 77.21961°W / 39.818059; -77.21961 (65th New York Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1888 MN 352 009660
66th New York Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441629182).jpg Sickles Avenue at the Loop
39°47′50″N 77°14′42″W / 39.79727°N 77.24505°W / 39.79727; -77.24505 (66th New York Infantry Monument)
Maurice J. Power 1889 MN 155 009661
67th New York Infantry Monument
1st Brigade, Long Island Volunteers
Gettysburg Monument.JPG Slocum Avenue
39°49′04″N 77°13′11″W / 39.817711°N 77.219725°W / 39.817711; -77.219725 (67th New York Infantry Monument)
S. J. O'Kelley, sculptor
Frederick & Field
1888 MN 350 009662
68th New York Infantry Monument 68thNY Gettysburg.png Wainwright Avenue
39°49′19″N 77°13′39″W / 39.821928°N 77.22763°W / 39.821928; -77.22763 (68th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 299 009663
69th New York Infantry Regiment
(See Irish Brigade)
71st New York Volunteer Infantry Monument
Excelsior Brigade Monument
"Sickle's Brigade"
Gettysburg Battlefield (3441633060).jpg Sickles Avenue, near Peach Orchard
39°48′06″N 77°14′51″W / 39.80179°N 77.247491°W / 39.80179; -77.247491 (71st New York Infantry Monument)
Theodore Bauer, sculptor
Maurice J. Power, sc.
New England Monument Company
1893 MN 184 009665
73rd New York Infantry, 2nd Fire Zouaves Monument Monument for the 73rd NY Infantry, Gettysburg.jpg Excelsior Field, Sickles Avenue
39°48′08″N 77°14′53″W / 39.802113°N 77.248159°W / 39.802113; -77.248159 (73rd New York Infantry Monument)
Giuseppe Moretti 1897 MN 185 009666 New York firemen who enrolled in this New York regiment, who fought on this spot, July 2.
76th New York Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441574550).jpg North Reynolds Avenue
39°50′24″N 77°14′48″W / 39.839928°N 77.246713°W / 39.839928; -77.246713 (76th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 19 009667
77th New York Infantry Monument Powers' Hill
39°48′19″N 77°13′10″W / 39.805204°N 77.219553°W / 39.805204; -77.219553 (77th New York Infantry Monument)
Thomas & Miller 1889 MN 360 009668
78th and 102nd New York Infantry Regiments Monument
"Cameron's Highlanders"
78th & 102nd NY Infantry MN320B.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′07″N 77°13′10″W / 39.818516°N 77.219489°W / 39.818516; -77.219489 (78th & 102nd New York Infantry Monument)
Robert D. Barr sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1888 MN 320 009669
80th New York Infantry Monument
20th New York Militia, "Ulster Guard"
80th NY Infantry MN046-B.jpg South Reynolds Avenue
39°49′53″N 77°15′05″W / 39.831432°N 77.251279°W / 39.831432; -77.251279 (80th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 46 009670
82nd New York Infantry Monument (foreground) Gettysburg Battlefield (3441647344).jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′37″N 77°14′10″W / 39.81032°N 77.236081°W / 39.81032; -77.236081 (82nd New York Infantry Monument)
Maurice J. Power 1890 MN 239 009671
83rd New York Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440773479).jpg Doubleday Avenue
39°50′35″N 77°14′32″W / 39.842937°N 77.242278°W / 39.842937; -77.242278 (83rd New York Infantry Monument)
J. G. Hamilton, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1888 MN 11 009672
84th New York Infantry Marker Gettysburg National Military Park 01.JPG Stone-Meredith Avenue
39°50′09″N 77°15′10″W / 39.835815°N 77.252904°W / 39.835815; -77.252904 (84th New York Infantry Marker (Stone-Meredith Avenue))
1893 MN?
84th New York Infantry Marker Culp's Hill
39°49′01″N 77°13′10″W / 39.817076°N 77.219574°W / 39.817076; -77.219574 (84th New York Infantry Marker (Culp's Hill))
1890 MN? A bronze tablet set into a boulder.
84th New York Infantry Monument
14th New York State Militia
14th Brooklyn Regiment
"Red Legged Devils"
84th NY Infantry MN027-D.jpg North Reynolds Avenue
39°50′15″N 77°14′55″W / 39.837613°N 77.248494°W / 39.837613; -77.248494 (84th New York Infantry Monument)
Robert D. Barr, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1887 MN 27 009673
86th New York Infantry Monument 86th NY Infantry MN130-B.jpg Sickles Avenue, above Devil's Den
39°47′37″N 77°14′33″W / 39.793574°N 77.242615°W / 39.793574; -77.242615 (86th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick and Field 1888 MN 130 009674 86th NY Infantry monument.jpg
93rd New York Infantry Monument 93rd NY Infantry MN278B.jpg Leister Farm
39°48′53″N 77°13′55″W / 39.81461°N 77.23201°W / 39.81461; -77.23201 (93rd New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1890 MN 278 009675
94th New York Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440775331).jpg Doubleday Avenue
39°50′29″N 77°14′35″W / 39.841285°N 77.242966°W / 39.841285; -77.242966 (94th New York Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1888 MN 16 009676
95th New York Infantry Monument 95th NY Infantry MN025-F.jpg North Reynolds Avenue, by the railroad cut
39°50′15″N 77°14′53″W / 39.837428°N 77.248073°W / 39.837428; -77.248073 (95th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1893 MN 25 009677
97th New York Infantry Monument 97th NY Infantry MN012-B.jpg Doubleday Avenue
39°50′33″N 77°14′33″W / 39.842506°N 77.242457°W / 39.842506; -77.242457 (97th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 12 009678
102nd New York Infantry Monument (See 78th New York Infantry Regiment)
104th New York Infantry Monument 104th NY Infantry MN017-B.jpg Robinson Avenue
39°50′36″N 77°14′30″W / 39.843207°N 77.241572°W / 39.843207; -77.241572 (104th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 17 009679
107th New York Infantry Monument 107th NY MN336.jpg South Slocum Avenue
39°48′53″N 77°13′00″W / 39.814736°N 77.216708°W / 39.814736; -77.216708 (107th New York Infantry Monument)
A. W. Ayres & Son 1888 MN 336 009680
108th New York Infantry Monument Gettysburg mon 108th NY Inf.JPG Hancock Avenue
39°48′59″N 77°14′05″W / 39.816262°N 77.234598°W / 39.816262; -77.234598 (108th New York Infantry Monument)
Robert D. Barr, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1888 MN 209 009681
111th New York Infantry Monument 111th NY Infantry monument, Gettysburg.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′55″N 77°14′07″W / 39.815416°N 77.235392°W / 39.815416; -77.235392 (111th New York Infantry Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sc.
Frederick & Field
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
1891 MN 210 009682 Recognizes the role of the 111th as skirmishers throughout the battle.[16]
119th New York Infantry Monument 119th New York Infantry MN060-B.jpg East Howard Avenue
39°50′35″N 77°13′51″W / 39.843132°N 77.230757°W / 39.843132; -77.230757 (119th New York Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1888 MN 60 009683
120th New York Infantry Monument 120th NY Infantry MN192B.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°48′17″N 77°14′46″W / 39.804666°N 77.246115°W / 39.804666; -77.246115 (120th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 192 009684
121st New York Infantry Monument 121st regiment 1.jpg Sykes Avenue, Little Round Top
39°47′37″N 77°14′08″W / 39.793652°N 77.235478°W / 39.793652; -77.235478 (121st New York Infantry Monument)
S. J. O'Kelley, sculptor
Frederick & Field
1889 MN 103 009685
122nd New York Infantry Monument (on right) Gettysburg Battlefield (3441651134).jpg Slocum Avenue, Culp's Hill
39°49′05″N 77°13′09″W / 39.817933°N 77.219274°W / 39.817933; -77.219274 (122nd New York Infantry Monument)
Francis & Company 1888 MN 322 009686
123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Monument 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment monument - Gettysburg.jpg Culp's Hill
39°48′59″N 77°13′05″W / 39.816256°N 77.218041°W / 39.816256; -77.218041 (123rd New York Infantry Monument)
J. G. Hamilton, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1888 MN 329 009687
124th New York Infantry Monument,
Colonel Augustus Van Horne Ellis Statue
Ellisstaute.jpg Houck's Ridge, Sickles Avenue
39°47′33″N 77°14′32″W / 39.792376°N 77.242274°W / 39.792376; -77.242274 (124th New York Infantry Monument)
Maurice J. Power
P. B. Laird
1884 MN 129 009688 Colonel Ellis was killed in the battle.
124th New York Infantry Marker Hummelbaugh Field, Pleasonton Avenue
39°48′31″N 77°14′07″W / 39.808672°N 77.235274°W / 39.808672; -77.235274 (124th New York Infantry Marker)
E.F. Carr & Company 1889 MN 256
125th New York Infantry Monument 125th new york inf monument gettysburg.jpg Cemetery Ridge, Hancock Avenue
39°48′53″N 77°14′07″W / 39.81474°N 77.23524°W / 39.81474; -77.23524 (125th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 214 009689
126th New York Infantry Monument 126th NY Infantry MN208B.jpg Ziegler's Grove, Hancock Avenue
39°49′00″N 77°14′04″W / 39.8167°N 77.23444°W / 39.8167; -77.23444 (126th New York Infantry Monument)
Caspar Buberl, sculptor 1888 MN 208 009690 The monument features a bronze relief bust of General Eliakim Sherrill.
134th New York Infantry Monument 134th NY Infantry MN826A.jpg Cemetery Hill
39°49′20″N 77°13′46″W / 39.822103°N 77.229421°W / 39.822103; -77.229421 (134th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 826-A 009692
136th New York Infantry Monument 136th NY MN285.jpg West of Taneytown Road
39°49′12″N 77°13′59″W / 39.81994°N 77.232919°W / 39.81994; -77.232919 (136th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 827-B 009693
137th New York Infantry Monument 137th NY Infantry frontispiece.jpg Culp's Hill
39°49′03″N 77°13′10″W / 39.817585°N 77.21947°W / 39.817585; -77.21947 (137th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 324 009694
140th New York Infantry Monument
Colonel Patrick H. O'Rorke bas-relief
Gettysburg Battlefield (3441619488).jpg Little Round Top
39°47′29″N 77°14′14″W / 39.791284°N 77.237089°W / 39.791284; -77.237089 (140th New York Infantry Monument)
J. G. Hamilton, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1889 MN 94 009695 The monument features a bronze relief portrait of Colonel Patrick H. O'Rorke.
145th New York Infantry Monument 145th NY Infantry p961.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°48′56″N 77°13′03″W / 39.815659°N 77.217528°W / 39.815659; -77.217528 (145th New York Infantry Monument)
New England Monument Company 1890 MN 332 009696
146th New York Infantry Monument 146th NY Infantry p965.jpg Little Round Top
39°47′34″N 77°14′13″W / 39.792704°N 77.236808°W / 39.792704; -77.236808 (146th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1880 MN 100 009697
147th New York Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441573836).jpg North Reynolds Avenue
39°50′17″N 77°14′52″W / 39.838085°N 77.2478°W / 39.838085; -77.2478 (147th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1888 MN 22 009698
149th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment Monument 149th NYSV Monument.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′05″N 77°13′09″W / 39.817931°N 77.219274°W / 39.817931; -77.219274 (149th New York Infantry Monument)
Ralph Cook, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1892 MN 321 009699
150th New York Infantry Monument 150th New York Monument - Gettysburg.jpg Culp's Hill
39°49′09″N 77°13′10″W / 39.819114°N 77.21958°W / 39.819114; -77.21958 (150th New York Infantry Monument)
George Edwin Bissell, sculptor
Van Wyck & Collins Company
1889 MN 319 009700
154th New York Infantry Monument 154th NY Infantry p1048.jpg Coster Avenue
39°50′06″N 77°13′39″W / 39.835133°N 77.227571°W / 39.835133; -77.227571 (154th New York Infantry Monument)
Frederick & Field 1890 MN 50 009701
157th New York Infantry Monument 157th NY Infantry p1057.jpg Howard Avenue & Carlisle Road
39°50′44″N 77°13′53″W / 39.845534°N 77.23135°W / 39.845534; -77.23135 (126th New York Infantry Monument (Mummasburg Road))
New England Monument Company 1886 MN 59 009702
157th New York Infantry Monument 157th NY Infantry p1060.jpg Howard Avenue & Carlisle Road
39°50′25″N 77°14′11″W / 39.840154°N 77.236502°W / 39.840154; -77.236502 (126th New York Infantry Monument (Carlisle Road))
New England Monument Company 1886 MN 52 009703
Irish Brigade Monument
(63rd, 69th & 83rd New York Infantry Regiments and 14th New York Independent Battery Artillery)
Monument to the Irish Brigade at Gettysburg.jpg Sickles Avenue, Rose Woods
39°47′49″N 77°14′42″W / 39.797052°N 77.245093°W / 39.797052; -77.245093 (Irish Brigade Monument)
William Rudolph O'Donovan, sculptor
John Hemingway Duncan, designer
Maurice J. Power, contractor
1888 MN 156 009664 A statue of an Irish wolfhound, the regiment's mascot, guards the monument.
14th NY Artillery p1323.jpgA bronze bas-relief panel on the base honors the 14th New York Independent Battery Artillery.
15th & 50th New York Engineers Monument 15th & 50th NY Engineers p1080.jpg Pleasonton Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°14′00″W / 39.808079°N 77.233273°W / 39.808079; -77.233273 (15th & 50th New York Engineers Monument)
Beattie & Brooks
Frederick & Field
1890 MN 258 009642
New York Sharpshooters Monument
(1st United States Sharpshooters, Companies A, B, D & H)
NY Sharpshooters MN075-B.jpg Berdan Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°15′27″W / 39.807994°N 77.257555°W / 39.807994; -77.257555 (New York Sharpshooters Monument)
Frederick & Field 1889 MN 75 009704
20th New York State Militia (80 Infantry Regiment) Monument Hancock Avenue Unknown sculptor 1982 MN 798 080602
OHIO
Battery H, 1st Ohio Artillery Monument
"Huntington's Battery H"
National Cemetery
39°49′06″N 77°13′53″W / 39.81825°N 77.2315°W / 39.81825; -77.2315 (Battery H, 1st Ohio Artillery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1887 MN 283 009854
Battery I, 1st Ohio Artillery Monument Battery I, 1st OH Artillery MN056-F.jpg West Howard Avenue
39°50′31″N 77°14′02″W / 39.841919°N 77.233868°W / 39.841919; -77.233868 (Battery I, 1st Ohio Artillery Monument)
Thomas Fox 1887 MN 56 009855
Battery K, 1st Ohio Artillery Monument Battery K, 1st OH Artillery MN051-B.jpg Carlisle & Lincoln Streets
39°50′13″N 77°13′53″W / 39.83686°N 77.23130°W / 39.83686; -77.23130 (Battery K, 1st Ohio Artillery Monument)
Frederick & Field 1887 MN 51 009856
Battery L, 1st Ohio Artillery Monument Battery L 1st OH Artillery MN102-D.jpg Sykes Avenue
39°47′37″N 77°14′11″W / 39.793588°N 77.236384°W / 39.793588; -77.236384 (Battery L, 1st Ohio Artillery Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1887 MN 102 009857
1st Ohio Calvary Monument 1st OH Cavalry MN273.jpg Taneytown Road, near Hummelbaugh Farm
39°48′30″N 77°13′50″W / 39.808268°N 77.23062°W / 39.808268; -77.23062 (1st Ohio Cavalry Monument)
M. V. Mitchell & Sons 1887 MN 273 009852
6th Ohio Cavalry Monument 6th OH Cavalry MN272.jpg Taneytown Road & Pleasonton Avenue
39°48′28″N 77°13′50″W / 39.807846°N 77.230599°W / 39.807846; -77.230599 (6th Ohio Cavalry Monument)
Frederick & Fox 1887 MN 272 009853
4th Ohio Infantry Monument 4th OH Infantry MN309.jpg East Cemetery Hill
39°49′15″N 77°13′43″W / 39.82097°N 77.228745°W / 39.82097; -77.228745 (4th Ohio Infantry Monument)
Peter B. Laird, designer
Monumental Bronze Company
1887 MN 309 009838 The monument's bronze infantryman statue is in storage.
Companies G & I, 4th Ohio Infantry Monument Cos. G & I, 4th OH Infantry MN205-B.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°49′00″N 77°14′11″W / 39.81673°N 77.2363°W / 39.81673; -77.2363 (Companies G & I, 4th Ohio Infantry Monument)
1887 MN 205 009839
5th Ohio Infantry Monument 5th OH Infantry MN345.jpg Geary Avenue
39°48′58″N 77°13′13″W / 39.816248°N 77.22031°W / 39.816248; -77.22031 (5th Ohio Infantry Monument)
J. McElwaine 1887 MN 345 009840
7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Monument 7th OH Infantry MN325-B.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′02″N 77°13′11″W / 39.817313°N 77.21962°W / 39.817313; -77.21962 (7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1887 MN 325 009841
8th Ohio Infantry Monument
"Ohio's Tribute"
8th OH Infantry MN204-B.jpg Steinwehr Avenue
39°48′58″N 77°14′13″W / 39.81605°N 77.23705°W / 39.81605; -77.23705 (8th Ohio Infantry Monument)
R.R. King, sculptor
New England Granite Works
1887 MN 204 009842 A granite infantryman statue originally crowned the monument. This was replaced by the bronze drum and knapsack.
25th & 75th Ohio Infantry Monument Wainwright Avenue
39°50′43″N 77°13′36″W / 39.845317°N 77.226656°W / 39.845317; -77.226656 (25th & 75th Ohio Infantry Monument (Wainwright Avenue))
Thomas Fox, sculptor 1887 MN 294-A 009843
25th and 75th Ohio Infantry Monument 25th & 75th Ohio MN066.jpg East Howard Avenue
39°50′43″N 77°13′36″W / 39.845326°N 77.226659°W / 39.845326; -77.226659 (25th & 75th Ohio Infantry Monument (Howard Avenue))
Smith Granite Company 1887 MN 66 009844
29th Ohio Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440837931).jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′04″N 77°13′10″W / 39.817861°N 77.219315°W / 39.817861; -77.219315 (29th Ohio Infantry Monument)
Patrick McGinn, sculptor
Ryegate Granite Company
1887 MN 323 009845
55th Ohio Infantry Monument 55th OH Infantry MN292A.jpg Taneytown Road
39°49′17″N 77°13′58″W / 39.8214668°N 77.232914°W / 39.8214668; -77.232914 (55th Ohio Infantry Monument)
R.R. King, sculptor
Karkadoulias Bronze Art
1887 MN 818 009846 The monument is made of brownstone, and has eroded.
61st Ohio Infantry Monument 61st OH Infantry MN055-B.jpg South Howard Avenue
39°50′30″N 77°14′02″W / 39.841563°N 77.234024°W / 39.841563; -77.234024 (61st Ohio Infantry Monument)
M. V. Mitchell & Son 1887 MN 55 009847
66th Ohio Infantry Monument 66th Ohio Monument - Gettysburg.jpg Culp's Hill, Slocum Avenue
39°49′12″N 77°13′11″W / 39.820096°N 77.219591°W / 39.820096; -77.219591 (66th Ohio Infantry Monument)
J. McElwaine 1887 MN 315 009848
73rd Ohio Infantry Monument 73rd OH Infantry MN287.jpg National Cemetery Annex
39°49′14″N 77°13′58″W / 39.82042°N 77.232745°W / 39.82042; -77.232745 (73rd Ohio Infantry Monument)
New England Granite Works 1887 MN 287 009780
82nd Ohio Infantry Monument 82nd Ohio Infantry MN61.jpg East Howard Avenue
39°50′36″N 77°13′48″W / 39.843268°N 77.230014°W / 39.843268; -77.230014 (82nd Ohio Infantry Monument)
Thomas Fox 1887 MN 61 009850
107th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Monument East Howard Avenue
39°50′43″N 77°13′38″W / 39.84514°N 77.22714°W / 39.84514; -77.22714 (107th Ohio Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1887 MN 65 009851
Candy's Brigade Marker
5th, 7th, 29th, 66th Ohio Infantry and
28th & 147th Pennsylvania Infantry
Candy's Brigade MN390.jpg Sedgwick Avenue
39°49′07″N 77°13′11″W / 39.818668°N 77.21967°W / 39.818668; -77.21967 (Candy's Brigade Marker)
1902 MN 390 009986
PENNSYLVANIA
Battery B, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Monument
"Cooper's Battery B"
PA Battery B p875.jpg East Cemetery Hill
39°49′17″N 77°13′43″W / 39.82138°N 77.228668°W / 39.82138; -77.228668 (Battery B, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Monument)
Sholl & Robinson 1889 MN 307 009918
Battery C, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery Monument
Thompson's Battery C"
Battery C, 1st PA Artillery MN179-B.jpg Wheatfield Road at the Peach Orchard
39°48′05″N 77°14′59″W / 39.801431°N 77.249693°W / 39.801431; -77.249693 (Battery C, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1893 MN 179 009922
Combined Battery C & F, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery Marker Gettysburg Battlefield (3440828271).jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′05″N 77°14′58″W / 39.801341°N 77.249433°W / 39.801341; -77.249433 (Battery C & F, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Marker)
Unknown sculptor 1885 MN 264 009920
Battery E, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Monument
"Knap's Battery E"
Independent Battery E, Pennsylvania Volunteers Monument - Gettysburg.jpg Culp's Hill
39°49′12″N 77°13′12″W / 39.820018°N 77.220036°W / 39.820018; -77.220036 (Battery E, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Monument (Culp's Hill))
Smith Granite Company 1885–86 MN 314 009924
Battery E, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Monument
"Knap's Battery E"
PA Battery E p891.jpg Powers' Hill, Granite Schoolhouse Lane
39°48′22″N 77°13′13″W / 39.80606°N 77.22015°W / 39.80606; -77.22015 (Battery E, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Monument (Powers' Hill))
Bureau Brothers Foundry
Smith Granite Company
1897 MN 358 009923
Battery F, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery Monument
"Hampton's Battery F"
PA Battery F p886.jpg Wheatfield Road at the Peach Orchard
39°48′05″N 77°14′58″W / 39.801341°N 77.249433°W / 39.801341; -77.249433 (Battery F, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Monument)
C. F. Hamilton (Murray Hamilton?), sculptor
A. E. Windsor & Company
1890 MN 180 009921
Battery F & G, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Monument
"Rickett's Battery F & G"
1st Pennsylvania Battery monument.jpg East Cemetery Hill
39°49′18″N 77°13′43″W / 39.821617°N 77.228724°W / 39.821617; -77.228724 (Battery F & G, 1st Pennsylvania Artillery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1894 MN 306 009925
Battery H, 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery Monument PA Battery H p900.jpg Hanover Road
39°49′08″N 77°10′23″W / 39.818835°N 77.17299°W / 39.818835; -77.17299 (Battery H, 3rd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery Monument)
Beattie & Brooks, sc.
Bureau Brothers Foundry
1891 MN 381 009926
1st Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument
with two flank markers
Gettysburg mon 1st Penna Cav.JPG east of Hancock Avenue
39°47′53″N 77°14′05″W / 39.79793°N 77.234628°W / 39.79793; -77.234628 (1st Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Henry Jackson Ellicott, sculptor 1890 MN 225 009906 The position of the 1st PA Cavalry on July 3, 1863 at the time of Longstreet's assault.
2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument 2nd PA Cavalry MN242-A.jpg Leister Farm
39°48′52″N 77°14′01″W / 39.814338°N 77.233665°W / 39.814338; -77.233665 (2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Henry Jackson Ellicott, sculptor
Bureau Brothers Foundry
1889 MN 242 009907
3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument 3rd PA Cavalry p796.jpg East Cavalry Battlefield
39°49′38″N 77°09′45″W / 39.8273°N 77.16255°W / 39.8273; -77.16255 (3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889–90 MN 386 009908
4th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441637874).jpg South Hancock Avenue
39°48′17″N 77°14′04″W / 39.804776°N 77.234526°W / 39.804776; -77.234526 (4th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Dalbeattie Granite Works 1889 MN 266-266B 009909
6th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment Monument
"Rush's Lancers"
6th PA Cavalry MN369-B.jpg South Cavalry Field, Emmitsburg Road
39°46′46″N 77°15′38″W / 39.779537°N 77.26068°W / 39.779537; -77.26068 (6th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Frank Furness, designer
Gessler & Sons
1888 MN 369 009910 Furness, the monument's designer, had been a captain in the regiment.
Companies E & I, 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument Leister Farm, Taneytown Road
39°46′38″N 77°15′54″W / 39.777113°N 77.264928°W / 39.777113; -77.264928 (Cos. E & I, 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1891 MN 277 009911
8th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument.jpg Pleasonton Avenue
39°48′30″N 77°14′05″W / 39.80836°N 77.23463°W / 39.80836; -77.23463 (8th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
John M. Gessler & Sons 1890 MN 257 009912
16th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument 16th PA Cavalry p844.jpg Highland Avenue
39°49′03″N 77°11′52″W / 39.817554°N 77.197766°W / 39.817554; -77.197766 (16th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1884 MN 365 009913
17th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument 17th PA Cavalry monument.jpg Buford Avenue
39°50′50″N 77°14′44″W / 39.84733°N 77.24547°W / 39.84733; -77.24547 (17th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1889 MN 5 009914 Veteran George Ferree, wearing his uniform and equipment served as the model for this memorial.
18th Pennsylvania Calvary Monument 18th PA Cavalry MN368.jpg Bushman Hill, South Confederate Avenue
39°47′05″N 77°14′59″W / 39.78475°N 77.2496°W / 39.78475; -77.2496 (18th Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1889 MN 368 009915
21st Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument 21st PA Cavalry p903.jpg Baltimore Pike
39°48′33″N 77°13′07″W / 39.809129°N 77.218617°W / 39.809129; -77.218617 (21st Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument)
Francis Edwin Elwell, sculptor
John Ferguson Company
1893 MN 355 009916 Marks where Private George Sandoe was killed, June 26, 1863 – the first Union soldier to die in the battle.
21st Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument Baltimore Pike
39°48′32″N 77°13′06″W / 39.808888°N 77.218376°W / 39.808888; -77.218376 (21st Pennsylvania Cavalry Monument (Sandoe))
Unknown sculptor 1894 MN 356 009917
11th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 11TH PVI.jpg Doubleday Avenue
39°48′33″N 77°13′07″W / 39.809129°N 77.218617°W / 39.809129; -77.218617 (11th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
E.A. Kretschman, sculptor
Bureau Brothers Foundry
1890 MN 13 009894 11th PA Infantry monument.jpg
A statue of "Sallie," the regiment's mascot, guards the monument.
23rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument
"Birney's Zouaves"
23rd PA Infantry MN349-B.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′03″N 77°13′11″W / 39.817581°N 77.219741°W / 39.817581; -77.219741 (23rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1886
relocated 1888
MN 349 009895 Originally topped by a pyramid of cannonballs, the statue was added in 1888 when the monument was relocated.
26th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 26th PA Infantry MN202B.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′32″N 77°14′35″W / 39.80894°N 77.242991°W / 39.80894; -77.242991 (26th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
John M. Gessler early 1890s MN 202 009897
27th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 27th PA Infantry MN293B.jpg East Cemetery Hill
39°49′19″N 77°13′47″W / 39.822066°N 77.2297°W / 39.822066; -77.2297 (27th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Cemetery Hill))
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 293 009898 Marks the position of the regiment, July 1 to 3, 1863.
27th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 27th PA Infantry MN049.jpg Coster Avenue
39°50′06″N 77°13′41″W / 39.835111°N 77.22801°W / 39.835111; -77.22801 (27th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Coster Avenue))
A. Donnelly, sculptor
J. C. Moore Company
1884 MN 49 009899
28th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Slocum Avenue
39°49′09″N 77°13′13″W / 39.819178°N 77.220142°W / 39.819178; -77.220142 (28th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Slocum Avenue))
Smith Granite Company 1885
altered 1889
relocated 1895
MN 353 009900 The large 5-pointed star was added to the monument in 1889.
28th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument East Confederate Avenue
39°49′00″N 77°12′53″W / 39.81674°N 77.214712°W / 39.81674; -77.214712 (68th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Confederate Avenue))
Unknown sculptor 1904 MN 337 009901
29th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440836923).jpg Slocum Avenue
39°48′59″N 77°13′06″W / 39.816472°N 77.218408°W / 39.816472; -77.218408 (29th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
John M. Gessler & Sons 1889 MN 346 009902
29th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker 29th PA Infantry MN347.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′01″N 77°13′12″W / 39.816901°N 77.220017°W / 39.816901; -77.220017 (29th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker)
John M. Gessler & Sons 1885 MN 347 009903
30th Pennsylvania Infantry
(See 1st Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
31st Pennsylvania Infantry
(See 2nd Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
34th Pennsylvania Infantry
(See 5th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
35th Pennsylvania Infantry
(See 6th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
38th Pennsylvania Infantry
(See 9th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
39th Pennsylvania Infantry
(See 10th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
40th Pennsylvania Infantry
(See 11th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
41st Pennsylvania Infantry
(See 12th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
42nd Pennsylvania Infantry
(See 13th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
46th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument 46th PVI Monument Gettysburg.JPG Culp's Hill
39°48′55″N 77°13′02″W / 39.81527°N 77.217155°W / 39.81527; -77.217155 (46th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 333 009904
49th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 49th PA Infantry MN379-B.jpg Howe Avenue
39°47′00″N 77°13′40″W / 39.783256°N 77.22767°W / 39.783256; -77.22767 (49th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Gorham Manufacturing Company, foundry
Ryegate Granite Company
1889 MN 379 009905
53rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 53rd PA Infantry MN145-B.jpg Brooke Avenue
39°47′42″N 77°14′49″W / 39.7951°N 77.2470°W / 39.7951; -77.2470 (53rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
A. Wagner, sculptor
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company
Oursler & Sons
1889 MN 145 009705
56th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441574340).jpg North Reynolds Avenue
39°50′20″N 77°14′50″W / 39.838952°N 77.247287°W / 39.838952; -77.247287 (56th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Bureau Brothers Foundry 1889 MN 21 009706
57th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 57th PA Infantry MN190-B.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′13″N 77°14′55″W / 39.803688°N 77.248642°W / 39.803688; -77.248642 (57th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
McMenamin 1888 MN 190 009707
61st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Neill Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°12′34″W / 39.808015°N 77.209404°W / 39.808015; -77.209404 (61st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 364 009708
62nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 62nd PA Infantry MN151-B.jpg Wheatfield, DeTrobriand Avenue
39°47′45″N 77°14′39″W / 39.79589°N 77.244082°W / 39.79589; -77.244082 (62nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
H. Oursler & Sons 1889 MN 151 009709
63rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 63rd PA Infantry MN187.jpg Emmitsburg & Wheatfield Roads
39°48′06″N 77°15′00″W / 39.801802°N 77.250123°W / 39.801802; -77.250123 (63rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Bureau Brothers Foundry
Gunden, Young & Drumm
1889 MN 187 009710
68th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 68th PA Infantry MN186-A.jpg Peach Orchard, Wheatfield Road
39°48′05″N 77°14′57″W / 39.80141°N 77.24915°W / 39.80141; -77.24915 (68th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Peach Orchard))
W. C. Gallagher 1888 MN 186 009711
68th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument
"Scott's Legion"
68th PA Infantry MN177.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′02″N 77°15′02″W / 39.800599°N 77.250442°W / 39.800599; -77.250442 (68th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Emmitsburg Road))
Unknown sculptor 1886 MN 177 009712
69th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg 69th PA Marker.jpg Webb Avenue
39°48′47″N 77°14′11″W / 39.813001°N 77.236272°W / 39.813001; -77.236272 (69th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Joseph E. Burk, sculptor 1887 MN 228 009713
71st Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Monument
"California Regiment"
"Philadelphia Brigade"
71st PA Infantry MN223-B.jpg The Angle
39°48′47″N 77°14′11″W / 39.813001°N 77.236272°W / 39.813001; -77.236272 (71st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1887 MN 223 009714 The State of California was unable to supply its quota of Union soldiers. Senator Edwin Baker of California recruited Pennsylvania soldiers to fight in the "California Regiment."
72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg National Military Park 65.JPG The Angle
39°48′48″N 77°14′11″W / 39.813359°N 77.236317°W / 39.813359; -77.236317 (72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Stephens, sculptor
J. Reed, designer
Bureau Brothers Foundry
1891 MN 226 009715 Gettysburg mon 72nd Penna Inf.JPG
72nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument
"Philadelphia Brigade"
72nd PA Infantry MN227.jpg Hancock & Webb Avenues
39°48′47″N 77°14′09″W / 39.813032°N 77.2357°W / 39.813032; -77.2357 (72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (2nd))
John Flaherty 1883 MN 227 009716
73rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 73rd PA Infantry MN295-B.jpg East Cemetery Hill
39°49′19″N 77°13′45″W / 39.821917°N 77.229215°W / 39.821917; -77.229215 (73rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Alexander Milne Calder, sculptor
Giles, Michael & Company
1889 MN 295 009717 73rd PA Infantry Monument.jpg Bas-relief by Alexander Milne Calder.
74th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Howard Avenue
39°50′28″N 77°14′04″W / 39.840974°N 77.23437°W / 39.840974; -77.23437 (74th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 54 009718
75th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 75th PA Infantry MN062-B.jpg East Howard Avenue
39°50′36″N 77°13′47″W / 39.84334°N 77.229609°W / 39.84334; -77.229609 (75th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Howard Avenue))
Bureau Brothers Foundry 1888 MN 62 009719
75th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument National Cemetery
39°49′17″N 77°13′50″W / 39.821427°N 77.230473°W / 39.821427; -77.230473 (75th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (National Cemetery))
Unknown sculptor 1886 MN 290 009720 Marks the position of the regiment, July 2 & 3, 1863.
81st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 81st PA Infantry MN138-B.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′48″N 77°14′31″W / 39.7966°N 77.24196°W / 39.7966; -77.24196 (81st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Eisenbrown & Sons, Reading, PA 1888 MN 138 009721
82nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 82nd PA Infantry MN351-B.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′04″N 77°13′11″W / 39.8179°N 77.219653°W / 39.8179; -77.219653 (82nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 351 009722
83rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument
General Strong Vincent Statue
83rd PA Infantry MN091-B.jpg Little Round Top
39°47′24″N 77°14′13″W / 39.789957°N 77.236969°W / 39.789957; -77.236969 (83rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
S. J. O'Kelley, sculptor
P. F. Eisenbrown & Sons Company, Reading, PA
1889 MN 91 009723
84th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 84th PA Infantry MN259.jpg Pleasonton Avenue
39°48′30″N 77°14′07″W / 39.808219°N 77.235325°W / 39.808219; -77.235325 (84th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Eisenbrown & Sons, Reading, PA 1889 MN 259 009724
88th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441586880).jpg Doubleday Avenue
39°50′36″N 77°14′31″W / 39.84341°N 77.24208°W / 39.84341; -77.24208 (88th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
John Lackner, sculptor 1889 MN 9 009725
90th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 90th Penna Infantry Monument Gettysburg PA1.jpg Doubleday Avenue, at Mummasburg Road
39°50′40″N 77°14′31″W / 39.84436°N 77.241971°W / 39.84436; -77.241971 (90th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Doubleday Avenue))
John M. Gessler Granite Company 1888 MN 7 009726
90th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument
("Eagle Monument")
90th PA Infantry MN206C.jpg Ziegler's Grove
39°49′00″N 77°14′04″W / 39.816676°N 77.234434°W / 39.816676; -77.234434 (90th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Ziegler's Grove))
J. M. Gessler 1888 MN 206 009727 Gettysburg mon 90th PV.JPG
90th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker Hancock Avenue
39°48′22″N 77°14′06″W / 39.806202°N 77.234914°W / 39.806202; -77.234914 (90th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker)
Unknown sculptor 1888 A boulder inset with a bronze plaque.
91st Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers Infantry Monument
(See Weed and Hazlett Monument)
Gettysburg Battlefield (3441622592).jpg Little Round Top
39°47′32″N 77°14′12″W / 39.792121°N 77.236583°W / 39.792121; -77.236583 (Weed and Hazlett Monument)
Schell, contractor 1883
relocated 1889
MN 96 009982 91st Pa. Vol. tablet on Little Round Top, looking across Valley of Death to Wheatfield, Peach Orchard, &c, by Tipton, William H., 1850-1929.png
When the 91st Pennsylvania Infantry decided to build a second (and much larger) monument, the original was relocated and repurposed to honor Brigadier-General Stephen H. Weed and Lieutenant Charles E. Hazlett.
91st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441622468).jpg Little Round Top
39°47′32″N 77°14′12″W / 39.792147°N 77.236728°W / 39.792147; -77.236728 (91st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 97 009728
93rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 93rd PA Infantry MN119-B.jpg Weikert Farm Lane
39°47′49″N 77°14′15″W / 39.797007°N 77.237573°W / 39.797007; -77.237573 (93rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Weikert Farm))
Eisenbrown & Sons 1888 MN 119 009729
93rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 93rd PA Infantry MN110.jpg west of Sedgwick Avenue
39°47′46″N 77°14′05″W / 39.796059°N 77.234611°W / 39.796059; -77.234611 (93rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Sedgwick Avenue))
Unknown sculptor 1884 MN 110 009730
95th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 95th PA Infantry MN115-A.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′44″N 77°14′11″W / 39.795426°N 77.236518°W / 39.795426; -77.236518 (95th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 115 009731
96th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 96th PA Infantry MN116-B.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°47′46″N 77°14′16″W / 39.796094°N 77.237696°W / 39.796094; -77.237696 (96th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
August Zeller, sculptor
Richard Collins Granite Works
1888 MN 116 009732
98th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument North slope of Little Round Top
39°47′37″N 77°14′08″W / 39.793652°N 77.235483°W / 39.793652; -77.235483 (98th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Little Round Top))
Unknown maker 1884 MN 104 009733
98th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Althoff Farm
39°47′51″N 77°14′12″W / 39.797611°N 77.236655°W / 39.797611; -77.236655 (98th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Altoff Farm))
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 122 009734
99th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 99th PA Infantry MN222.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′49″N 77°14′07″W / 39.813502°N 77.235172°W / 39.813502; -77.235172 (99th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Hancock Avenue))
William Clark Company 1886
relocated 1889
MN 222 009736
99th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441626150).jpg Houk's Ridge above Devil's Den
39°47′33″N 77°14′32″W / 39.792372°N 77.242264°W / 39.792372; -77.242264 (99th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Houk's Ridge))
Cunningham Company 1889 MN 137-B 009735
102nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 102nd PA Infantry MN121-B.jpg Plum Run Valley
39°47′51″N 77°14′15″W / 39.79745°N 77.2374°W / 39.79745; -77.2374 (102nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
H. Oursler & Sons 1889 MN 121 009737
105th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument
"Wildcat Regiment"
PA 105th Wildcats Regiment Battle of Gettysburg Memorial.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′15″N 77°14′52″W / 39.80428°N 77.247905°W / 39.80428; -77.247905 (105th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
H. Oursler & Sons 1889 MN 191 009738
106th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument
"Philadelphia Brigade"
Gettysburg Battlefield (3441649492).jpg Hancock Avenue at The Angle
39°48′45″N 77°14′08″W / 39.81259°N 77.23563°W / 39.81259; -77.23563 (106th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Howard Avenue))
John Walz sculptor
John M. Gessler Granite Company
1889 MN 229 009739 106th PA Infantry monument.jpgBronze bas-relief by John Walz.
106th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument
"Philadelphia Brigade"
106th PA Infantry MN637.jpg Codori Farm, Emmitsburg Road
39°48′42″N 77°14′24″W / 39.811699°N 77.239909°W / 39.811699; -77.239909 (106th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Codori Farm))
1885 relocated 1889 MN 637 009740
106th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker
"Philadelphia Brigade"
East Cemetery Hill
39°49′20″N 77°13′46″W / 39.82232°N 77.22944°W / 39.82232; -77.22944 (106th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker)
107th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 107th PA Infantry MN014-B.jpg Doubleday Avenue
39°50′31″N 77°14′34″W / 39.8419°N 77.24271°W / 39.8419; -77.24271 (107th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 14 009741
109th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 109th PA Infantry MN326.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′01″N 77°13′10″W / 39.81699°N 77.21931°W / 39.81699; -77.21931 (109th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Eisenbrown & Sons 1889 MN 326 009742
110th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 110th PA Infantry MN147-B.jpg DeTrobriand Avenue
39°47′48″N 77°14′46″W / 39.79656°N 77.24609°W / 39.79656; -77.24609 (110th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
John A. Fox, architect 1889 MN 147 009743
111th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 111th PA Infantry MN327-B.jpg Slocum Avenue
39°49′00″N 77°13′08″W / 39.816771°N 77.21876°W / 39.816771; -77.21876 (111th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 327 009744
114th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 114th PA Infantry monument.jpg Sherfy Farm, Emmitsburg Road
39°48′13″N 77°14′56″W / 39.80353°N 77.24877°W / 39.80353; -77.24877 (114th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
E.A. Kretschman, sculptor
Bureau Brothers Foundry
1886 MN 189 009745
114th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker 114th PA Infantry MN275.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′49″N 77°14′05″W / 39.813499°N 77.23464°W / 39.813499; -77.23464 (114th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker)
Unknown sculptor 1902 MN 275 009746 The monument marks the regiment's position on July 3, 1863.
115th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 115th PA Infantry MN149-B.jpg Wheatfield, west of DeTrobriand Avenue
39°47′45″N 77°14′40″W / 39.7959°N 77.24432°W / 39.7959; -77.24432 (115th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 149 009747
116th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440816939).jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′51″N 77°14′45″W / 39.79753°N 77.24588°W / 39.79753; -77.24588 (116th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
J. Henderson Kelley 1889 MN 166 009748 The soldiers who died in the battle
118th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 118th PA Infantry MN160-F.jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′52″N 77°14′49″W / 39.79765°N 77.24682°W / 39.79765; -77.24682 (118th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Sickles Avenue))
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 160 009749
118th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 118th PA Infantry MN086.jpg Northwest slope of Big Round Top
39°47′15″N 77°14′20″W / 39.7874°N 77.2388°W / 39.7874; -77.2388 (118th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Big Round Top))
Unknown maker 1884 MN 86 009750
119th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440804335).jpg Big Round Top
39°47′12″N 77°14′22″W / 39.7867°N 77.2394°W / 39.7867; -77.2394 (119th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Big Round Top))
Unknown sculptor 1885 MN 374 009751
119th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument 119th PA Infantry MN377-B.jpg Howe Avenue
39°47′02″N 77°13′45″W / 39.7838°N 77.2293°W / 39.7838; -77.2293 (119th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Howe Avenue))
Ferguson Company 1888 MN 377 009752
121st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 121st PA Infantry MN047-B.jpg South Reynolds Avenue
39°49′50″N 77°15′06″W / 39.830439°N 77.251625°W / 39.830439; -77.251625 (121st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Reynolds Avenue))
Bureau Brothers Foundry
Heins & Bye Company
1888 MN 47 009753
121st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 121st PA Infantry MN246.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′39″N 77°14′08″W / 39.8109°N 77.23544°W / 39.8109; -77.23544 (121st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Hancock Avenue))
Unknown sculptor 1886 MN 246 009754
139th PA Infantry Monument Sickles Avenue
39°48′04″N 77°14′49″W / 39.80112°N 77.24702°W / 39.80112; -77.24702 (139th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Sickles Avenue))
Smith Granite Company 1886 MN 172 009755
139th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 139th PA Infantry p667.jpg Althoff Avenue
39°47′48″N 77°14′16″W / 39.79661°N 77.23789°W / 39.79661; -77.23789 (139th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Althoff Avenue))
Smith Granite Company 1889 MN 118 009756
140th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument 140th PVI Monument Gettysburg (original).JPG Between the Wheatfield and Peach Orchard
39°47′51″N 77°14′44″W / 39.797561°N 77.245595°W / 39.797561; -77.245595 (140th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Peach Orchard))
John Flaherty, sculptor 1885 MN 165 009757
140th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441630574).jpg Sickles Avenue
39°47′52″N 77°14′46″W / 39.79765°N 77.246225°W / 39.79765; -77.246225 (140th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Sickles Avenue))
Eisenbrown & Sons 1889 MN 164 009758
141st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 141st PA Infantry p676.jpg Wheatfield Road
39°48′04″N 77°14′56″W / 39.80109°N 77.24881°W / 39.80109; -77.24881 (141st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 181 009759
142nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument 142nd PA Infantry MN045-B.jpg South Reynolds Avenue
39°49′58″N 77°15′03″W / 39.83274°N 77.25083°W / 39.83274; -77.25083 (142nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 45 009760
143rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument 143rd PA Infantry MN038-E.jpg Chambersburg Pike & Reynolds Avenue
39°50′12″N 77°14′57″W / 39.836596°N 77.249245°W / 39.836596; -77.249245 (143rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1889 MN 38 009761
143rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Marker Hancock Avenue
39°48′35″N 77°14′10″W / 39.809861°N 77.236135°W / 39.809861; -77.236135 (143rd Pennsylvania Infantry Marker)
1895
145th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 145th PA Infantry MN146-B.jpg Brooke Avenue
39°47′44″N 77°14′50″W / 39.795622°N 77.247105°W / 39.795622; -77.247105 (145th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Stephens, sculptor
Ryegate Granite Company
1889 MN 146 009762
147th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument 147th PA Infantry MN105-B.jpg Sykes Avenue, Little Round Top
39°47′40″N 77°14′04″W / 39.794561°N 77.234346°W / 39.794561; -77.234346 (147th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Little Round Top))
Smith Granite Company 1885 MN 105 009764
147th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument
Pardee Field Monument
Pardee Field
39°48′57″N 77°13′11″W / 39.815725°N 77.219618°W / 39.815725; -77.219618 (147th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Pardee Field))
Unknown sculptor 1905–06 MN 344 009991
147th Pennsylvania Veterans Volunteer Infantry Monument Geary Avenue
39°48′57″N 77°13′13″W / 39.81583°N 77.220388°W / 39.81583; -77.220388 (147th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Geary Avenue))
Unknown sculptor 1889 MN 343 009763
148th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 148th PA Infantry MN139-C.jpg Ayres Avenue, the Wheatfield
39°47′45″N 77°14′31″W / 39.795958°N 77.241974°W / 39.795958; -77.241974 (148th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Eisenbrown & Sons 1889 MN 139 009765
148th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker Gettysburg Battlefield (3441638706).jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′20″N 77°14′05″W / 39.805447°N 77.234837°W / 39.805447; -77.234837 (148th Pennsylvania Infantry Marker)
1901
149th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 149th PA Infantry.jpg Chambersburg Pike, McPherson Ridge
39°50′15″N 77°15′05″W / 39.83756°N 77.25141°W / 39.83756; -77.25141 (149th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Chambersburg Pike))
H. Oursler & Sons 1889 MN 31 009766
Company D, 149th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument West Confederate Avenue
39°49′46″N 77°14′38″W / 39.829512°N 77.244018°W / 39.829512; -77.244018 (149th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Confederate Avenue))
1886 MN?
149th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 149th PA Infantry Meemorial.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′36″N 77°14′09″W / 39.810125°N 77.23577°W / 39.810125; -77.23577 (149th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Hancock Avenue))
Smith Granite Company 1886 MN 248 009767
150th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 150th PA Infantry MN247.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′38″N 77°14′08″W / 39.810648°N 77.235518°W / 39.810648; -77.235518 (150th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Hancock Avenue))
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 247 009769
150th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 150th PA Infantry MN032-B.jpg Stone-Meredith Avenue
39°50′13″N 77°15′08″W / 39.83688°N 77.25223°W / 39.83688; -77.25223 (150th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Stone-Meredith Avenue))
Ryegate Granite Company 1889 MN 32 009768
151st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 151st PA Infantry MN042-B.jpg South Reynolds Avenue, near Herbst Woods
39°50′02″N 77°15′04″W / 39.83375°N 77.25103°W / 39.83375; -77.25103 (151st Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 42 009770
153rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 153rd PA Infantry MN068-B.jpg Barlow's Knoll, Howard Avenue
39°50′44″N 77°13′34″W / 39.845684°N 77.226152°W / 39.845684; -77.226152 (153rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Howard Avenue))
Fredrick & Field 1889 MN 68 09772
153rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument 153rd PA Infantry MN301.jpg Wainwright Avenue
39°49′18″N 77°13′39″W / 39.821641°N 77.22742°W / 39.821641; -77.22742 (153rd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument (Wainwright Avenue))
Unknown sculptor 1884 MN 301 009771 Marks the position of the regiment on July 2, 1863.
155th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument Gettysburg National Military Park 30.JPG Little Round Top
39°47′35″N 77°14′11″W / 39.792964°N 77.236508°W / 39.792964; -77.236508 (155th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1886 MN 155 009773 155th Pennsylvania Infantry.jpgThe statue atop the monument was added in 1889.
1st Pennsylvania Reserves, 30th Infantry Regiment Monument Company K Monument, Devil's Den, Gettysburg Battlefield.jpg Ayres Avenue
39°47′48″N 77°14′26″W / 39.79665°N 77.24062°W / 39.79665; -77.24062 (1st Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1890 MN 134 009885
Company K, 1st Pennsylvania Reserves, 30th Infantry Regiment Monument Company K Monument, Town Square, Gettysburg.jpg Stoever-Schick Building,
Lincoln Square
1991 Company K was made up of men from the Gettysburg area.
2nd Pennsylvania Reserves, 31st Infantry Regiment Monument 2nd PA Reserves MN133-B.jpg Ayres Avenue
39°47′47″N 77°14′28″W / 39.796275°N 77.241204°W / 39.796275; -77.241204 (2nd Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1890 MN 133 009886 Topped by a Maltese Cross
5th Pennsylvania Reserves, 34th Infantry Regiment Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441617160).jpg Big Round Top
39°47′11″N 77°14′21″W / 39.78644°N 77.239058°W / 39.78644; -77.239058 (5th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1890 MN 375 009887
6th Pennsylvania Reserves, 35th Infantry Regiment Monument Wheatfield Road
39°47′51″N 77°14′24″W / 39.797524°N 77.240099°W / 39.797524; -77.240099 (6th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1890 MN 123 009888
9th Pennsylvania Reserves, 38th Infantry Regiment Monument 9th PA Reserves MN090-B.jpg Warren Avenue
39°47′23″N 77°14′13″W / 39.78965°N 77.236965°W / 39.78965; -77.236965 (9th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1890 MN 90 009889 "By a Comrade's Grave"
10th Pennsylvania Reserves, 39th Infantry Regiment Monument "Skirmishers" monument to the 10th PA Reserve Infantry, 1890.jpg Warren & Sykes Avenues
39°47′19″N 77°14′13″W / 39.7887°N 77.23694°W / 39.7887; -77.23694 (10th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
Frederick Kohlhagen, sculptor
Gorham Manufacturing Company, foundry
1890 MN 88 009890 Skirmishers
11th Pennsylvania Reserves, 40th Infantry Regiment Monument 11th PA Reserves MN135-B.jpg Ayres Avenue
39°47′49″N 77°14′24″W / 39.7970°N 77.24009°W / 39.7970; -77.24009 (11th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1890 MN 135 009891
12th Pennsylvania Reserves, 41st Infantry Regiment Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3441617800).jpg Big Round Top
39°47′11″N 77°14′21″W / 39.7863°N 77.2393°W / 39.7863; -77.2393 (12th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1890 MN 373 009892
13th Pennsylvania Reserves, 42nd Infantry Regiment Monument
"Bucktails"
13 PA Reserves monument.jpg Ayres Avenue, at Rose Grove
39°47′43″N 77°14′29″W / 39.79525°N 77.24135°W / 39.79525; -77.24135 (13th Pennsylvania Reserves Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1890 MN 132 009893
26th Pennsylvania Emergency Militia Marker 26th PA Emergency Militia MN048-A.jpg Chambersburg Pike, 3 miles west of Gettysburg 1912 MN 48-A 009896
26th Pennsylvania Emergency Militia Monument 26th PA Infantry Monument, Gettysburg, PA, USA.jpg Chambersburg Pike & Springs Avenue
39°49′52″N 77°14′13″W / 39.830983°N 77.236972°W / 39.830983; -77.236972 (26th Pennsylvania Emergency Militia Monument)
Edward Ludwig Albert Pausch, sculptor
Smith Granite Company
1892 MN 48-B Organized at Harrisburg on June 22, 1863, in response to the threat of an invasion by the Confederate Army, the regiment consisted of 750 mostly young men. Hastily-trained and inexperienced, they fought at Gettysburg, and were mustered out 4 weeks later.
RHODE ISLAND
Battery A, 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery Monument Battery A 1st RI Artillery MN219-D.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′49″N 77°14′08″W / 39.813551°N 77.235456°W / 39.813551; -77.235456 (Battery A, 1st Rhode Island Artillery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1886 MN 219 009997
Battery B, 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery Monument
"Brown's Battery B"
Battery B 1st RI Artillery MN243C.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′44″N 77°14′07″W / 39.812315°N 77.235411°W / 39.812315; -77.235411 (Battery B, 1st Rhode Island Artillery Monument)
John Flaherty, sculptor 1886 MN 243 009998
Battery E, 1st Rhode Island Artillery Monument
"Randolph's Battery E"
Battery E, 1st RI Artillery MN188B.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′08″N 77°14′58″W / 39.80235°N 77.2494°W / 39.80235; -77.2494 (Battery E, 1st Rhode Island Artillery Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1886 MN 188 009999
2nd Rhode Island Infantry Monument 2nd RI Infantry MN108-A.jpg Sedgwick Avenue
39°47′44″N 77°14′03″W / 39.795597°N 77.234104°W / 39.795597; -77.234104 (2nd Rhode Island Infantry Monument)
Smith Granite Company 1886 MN 108 009996
VERMONT
1st Regiment Vermont Cavalry Monument 1st VT Cavalry MN085.jpg John Snyder Farm
39°47′13″N 77°14′38″W / 39.7869°N 77.243801°W / 39.7869; -77.243801 (1st Regiment Vermont Calvary Monument)
Wells, Lamson & Company 1889 MN 85 011007
1st Vermont Infantry Brigade Monument 1st VT Brigade MN376.jpg Wright Avenue
39°47′06″N 77°13′57″W / 39.784973°N 77.232374°W / 39.784973; -77.232374 (1st Vermont Brigade Monument)
C.W. Reed, designer
H.W. Beattie, sculptor
Carrick Brothers
1889 MN 376 011000
Stannard's Vermont Brigade Monument
2nd Vermont Infantry Brigade
Vermont State Monument
Gettysburg National Military Park 52 new.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′34″N 77°14′11″W / 39.80945°N 77.23636°W / 39.80945; -77.23636 (Stannard Vermont Brigade Monument)
Karl Gerhardt sculptor
Frederick & Field
1889 MN 250 011001 The Corinthian column is topped by a bronze statue of Brigadier-General George Stannard.
13th Vermont Infantry Monument 13th Vermont Volunteer Infantry.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′35″N 77°14′11″W / 39.809665°N 77.236269°W / 39.809665; -77.236269 (13th Vermont Infantry Monument)
James H. Walling, designer
F. Moynehan, sculptor
Gorham Manufacturing Company, foundry
1899 MN 249 011002 13th Vermont Infantry/Stephen F. Brown
14th Vermont Volunteer Infantry Monument 14th VT Infantry MN253.jpg Hancock Avenue
39°48′32″N 77°14′12″W / 39.80882°N 77.236594°W / 39.80882; -77.236594 (14th Vermont Infantry Monument)
Estabrook Granite Works, Bennington, VT 1889 MN 253 011003
16th Vermont Infantry Monument Hancock Avenue
39°48′33″N 77°14′12″W / 39.809134°N 77.236551°W / 39.809134; -77.236551 (16th Vermont Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1892 MN 252 011004
Vermont Sharpshooters Monument
(Company F, 1st United States Sharpshooters)
1st Vermont Sharpshooters MN074.jpg Pitzer Woods, Berdan Avenue
39°48′29″N 77°15′26″W / 39.80812°N 77.257118°W / 39.80812; -77.257118 (1st Vermont Sharpshooters Monument)
F. Moynehan, sculptor 1898 MN 74 011005
Vermont Sharpshooters Monument
(Companies E & H, 2nd United States Sharpshooters)
VT Sharpshooters MN084.jpg Granite Farm Lane
39°47′20″N 77°14′49″W / 39.788971°N 77.246873°W / 39.788971; -77.246873 (2nd Vermont Sharpshooters Monument)
F. Moynehan, sculptor 1889 MN 84 011006
WEST VIRGINIA
Battery C, 1st West Virginia Artillery Monument National Cemetery
39°49′08″N 77°13′54″W / 39.81878°N 77.231575°W / 39.81878; -77.231575 (Battery C, 1st West Virginia Artillery Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1898 MN 284 011011
1st West Virginia Cavalry Monument 1st WV Cavalry MN274.jpg Taneytown Road
39°48′31″N 77°13′50″W / 39.808668°N 77.230652°W / 39.808668; -77.230652 (1st West Virginia Cavalry Monument)
John M. Gessler & Sons 1898 MN 274 011009
3rd West Virginia Cavalry Monument 3rd WV Cavalry MN002.jpg Buford Avenue
39°50′37″N 77°14′53″W / 39.84359°N 77.247926°W / 39.84359; -77.247926 (3rd West Virginia Artillery Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1898 MN 12 011010
7th West Virginia Infantry Monument 7th WV Infantry MN304-C.jpg East Cemetery Hill
39°49′18″N 77°13′44″W / 39.82169°N 77.22899°W / 39.82169; -77.22899 (7th West Virginia Infantry Monument)
Spragg Granite & Marble Works 1898 MN 304 011008
WISCONSIN
2nd Wisconsin Infantry Monument 2nd WI Infantry MN035-D.jpg Stone-Meredith Avenue
39°50′08″N 77°15′14″W / 39.83555°N 77.25387°W / 39.83555; -77.25387 (2nd Wisconsin Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 35 011012
3rd Wisconsin Infantry Monument Colgrove Avenue
39°48′45″N 77°12′58″W / 39.81251°N 77.21598°W / 39.81251; -77.21598 (3rd Wisconsin Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 341 011013
5th Wisconsin Infantry Monument 5th WI Infantry MN380-B.jpg Howe Avenue
39°46′59″N 77°13′38″W / 39.78318°N 77.22723°W / 39.78318; -77.22723 (5th Wisconsin Infantry Monument)
Unknown sculptor 1888 MN 389 011014
6th Wisconsin Infantry Monument 6th WI Infantry MN026-C.jpg North Reynolds Avenue
39°50′15″N 77°14′53″W / 39.83741°N 77.24813°W / 39.83741; -77.24813 (3rd Wisconsin Infantry Monument)
B & M Granite Company 1888 MN 26 011015
7th Wisconsin Infantry Monument 7th WI Infantry MN034-C.jpg McPherson Woods, Stone-Meredith Avenue
39°50′09″N 77°15′14″W / 39.835747°N 77.253888°W / 39.835747; -77.253888 (7th Wisconsin Infantry Monument)
B & M Granite Company 1888 MN 34 011016
26th Wisconsin Infantry Monument 26th WI Infantry MN063-B.jpg East Howard Avenue
39°50′36″N 77°13′45″W / 39.8434°N 77.2293°W / 39.8434; -77.2293 (26th Wisconsin Infantry Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1888 MN 63 011017
Wisconsin Sharpshooters Monument
(Company G, 1st United States Sharpshooters)
Monument dedicated to G Company, 1st U.S. Sharpshooters at Gettysburg.jpg Emmitsburg Road
39°48′29″N 77°14′40″W / 39.80805°N 77.2444°W / 39.80805; -77.2444 (Wisconsin Sharpshooters Monument)
Ryegate Granite Company 1888 MN 198 011018
For the statue(s), other artwork, and their artists (sculptor, etc.), see the memorial's Wikipedia article or the HMDB, SIRIS, Stone Sentinels, or NPS (LCS ID hyperlink) external webpage, e.g., for the Lincoln, Meade, & Hancock statues on MN260, see The Pennsylvania State Memorial.

Other monuments[edit]

Other monuments on the Gettysburg Battlefield
Name Image Location/GPS Coordinates Designer/Sculptor Year MN ID LCS ID Comments
American Legion Tablet National Cemetery    1955 CM09 080631 "American fighting forces"
Civil War Women's Memorial[17] Evergreen Cemetery
39°49′14″N 77°13′45″W / 39.820609°N 77.229231°W / 39.820609; -77.229231 (Civil War Women's Memorial)
Ron Tunison 2002
Eternal Light Peace Memorial Gettysburg ELPMemorial.jpg Oak Hill
39°50′55″N 77°14′36″W / 39.84848°N 77.24344°W / 39.84848; -77.24344 (Eternal Light Peace Memorial)
Paul Philippe Cret, designer
Lee Lawrie, sculptor
1938 MN 6 009952
Friend to Friend Masonic Memorial National Cemetery   
39°49′16″N 77°13′54″W / 39.8210°N 77.23177°W / 39.8210; -77.23177 (Friend to Friend Masonic Memorial)
Ron Tunison, sculptor
Tallix, foundry
1994 MN 829 082137 "Confederate and Union Masons"
GBMA Boundary Marker 1864 MN 809 081114
Gettysburg National Military Park Marker Ziegler's Grove Emmor Cope 1908 MN 538 009601
Grand Army of the Republic Memorial
Albert Woolson (1847–1956)
Gettysburg mon GAR.JPG Ziegler's Grove Avard Fairbanks, sculptor
Roman Bronze Works
1956 MN 212 009948 Albert Woolson (1847–1956), Last survivor of the Battle of Gettysburg.
Gregg Cavalry Shaft Gregg Cavalry Shaft p176.jpg East Cavalry Field
39°49′35″N 77°09′47″W / 39.826414°N 77.162993°W / 39.826414; -77.162993 (Gregg Cavalry Shaft)
P. F. Eisenbrown, designer
Eagle Granite Works, Reading, PA
1884 MN 387 009985 Battle between Union cavalry led by Gen. David Gregg and CSA Cavalry led by Gen. J.E.B. Stuart.
High Water Mark of the Rebellion Monument Gettysburg Battlefield (3440835385).jpg The Angle
39°48′45″N 77°14′09″W / 39.812467°N 77.23573°W / 39.812467; -77.23573 (High Water Mark of the Rebellion Monument)
John B. Bachelder, designer
Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company, foundry
1892 MN 230 009951 Confederate and Union
Kentucky State Monument National Cemetery Unknown sculptor 1975 MN 286 009959
Lincoln Address Memorial LincolnAddressMemorial.jpg National Cemetery
39°49′03″N 77°13′55″W / 39.81754°N 77.231854°W / 39.81754; -77.231854 (Lincoln Address Memorial)
Henry K. Bush-Brown, sculptor
Louis R. Henrick, designer
Van Amringe Granite Company
1912 MN 281 009950 Bust of Pres. Lincoln at the spot where he gave the Gettysburg Address.jpgBust by Henry K. Bush-Brown.
"Return Visit" Lincoln Statue David Wills House.jpg David Wills House
8 Lincoln Square
39°49′50″N 77°13′51″W / 39.830667°N 77.230833°W / 39.830667; -77.230833 (David Wills House)
John Seward Johnson II, sculptor 1991 President Lincoln was the houseguest of David Wills, the night before giving his Gettysburg Address.[2] The house is now a museum.
Maryland State Monument Gettysburg mon Maryland.JPG Taneytown Road Lawrence Monroe Ludtke, sculptor
Codori Memorials
1994 MN 830 082138
John Page Nicholson Marker Ziegler's Grove
39°48′52″N 77°14′07″W / 39.814462°N 77.235218°W / 39.814462; -77.235218 (John Page Nicholson Marker)
Emmor Cope 1922 MN 396 009602 Gettysburg Park Commissioner
Soldiers' National Monument Gettysburg national cemetery img 4164.jpg National Cemetery
39°49′11″N 77°13′52″W / 39.819801°N 77.231198°W / 39.819801; -77.231198 (Soldiers National Monument)
Randolph Rogers, sculptor 1869 MN 288 009949 "All soldiers at Gettysburg"
Tipton Boundary Marker Slaughter Pen 1892 MN 807 081008
Topographic Baseline Marker Ziegler's Grove 1893 MN 815 081265
"Jennie Wade Memorial"[18] Wade monument.jpg Evergreen Cemetery Anna M. Miller[19] 1901 MN ? civilian casualty during battle

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Monument Preservation". Preserve Gettysburg. GettysburgFoundation.org. Retrieved 2011-02-08. 
  2. ^ Latschar, John A (GNMP Superintendent) (April 7, 2009). "Facilities' closings explained". As our readers see it. Retrieved 2011-02-02. 
  3. ^ Martin, David G., ‘’Confederate Monuments at Gettysburg: The Gettysburg Monuments, Volume 1’’, Longstreet House, Hightstown N.J., 1986 p. 34
  4. ^ a b Martin, David G., ‘’Confederate Monuments at Gettysburg: The Gettysburg Monuments, Volume 1’’, Longstreet House, Hightstown N.J., 1986 p. 45
  5. ^ "11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment" (HMdb.org webpage, marker 14550). Retrieved 2011-06-14. 
  6. ^ Shaara, Jeff (2006). Jeff Shaara's Civil War Battlefields: Discovering America's Hallowed Ground. Ballantine Books. ISBN 0-345-46488-5. 
  7. ^ hscl page for "John Burns Statue"
  8. ^ "Civil War hero on track to receive Medal of Honor," The Los Angeles Times, December 22, 2013.
  9. ^ Statue of Col. Charles F. Taylor of Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Killed at Gettysburg on July 2, 13th Pennsylvania Reserves(42nd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment) "Bucktails" "1st Rifles, Col. Taylor was the youngest colonel of the Union Army at the time of his death. His brother was the author Bayard Taylor. (source: Gettysburg National Military Park)
  10. ^ New Hampshire Sharpshooters, (sculpture)
  11. ^ Michigan Monuments Commission, Michigan at Gettysburg, July 1st, 2nd and 3rd1863 Detroit, 1889, p. 81
  12. ^ Hawthorne, Frederick W. ‘’Gettysburg: Stories of Men and Monuments’’, The Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides, Hanover PA 1988 p. 81
  13. ^ New Hampshire Sharpshooters, (sculpture)
  14. ^ "Manchester park's Civil War statue being used to repair Gettysburg twin," New Hampshire Union Leader, August 12, 2011.
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  16. ^ Hawthorne, Frederick W. ‘’Gettysburg: Stories of Men and Monuments’’, The Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides, Hanover PA 1988 p. 127
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  18. ^ "Jennie Wade Memorial" (Google News Archive). The Star and Sentinel. September 11, 1901. Retrieved 2012-03-31. 
  19. ^ "In Jennie Wade's Memory" (PGarchiver.com pay-per-view article). The Sun. September 17, 1901. Retrieved 2012-03-31. "The shaft in memory of Jennie Wade ... was made by a woman, Mrs. Anna M. Miller, of Gettysburg." 

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