11th Mississippi Infantry Monument
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For the Longstreet's Assault site of this regiment's surrender near the Brian Stone Wall (north of the high water mark), see 11th Mississippi Infantry Marker.
|11th Mississippi Infantry Statue|
|historic district contributing structure|
|NPS unit &
|Completed||2000 (Bill Beckworth)|
|Database webpages: hscl, HMdb, StoneSentinels, GettysburgSculptures|
The 2nd South Carolina String Band performed at the dedication.
- Shaara, Jeff (2006). Jeff Shaara's Civil War Battlefields: Discovering America's Hallowed Ground. Ballantine Books. ISBN 0-345-46488-5.
a total of fourteen Mississippians reached this spot
- "11th Mississippi Monument" (gallery). GettysburgDaily.com. May 5, 2008. Retrieved 2012-04-06.
- "11th Mississippi Infantry Statue". (structure ID MN833, LCS ID 228965) List of Classified Structures: GETT p. 42]. National Park Service. 2004-01-23. Retrieved 2011-08-24.
Monument consisting of granite base, rough cut tapered sides and polished, smooth cut top, approx 5' wide by 12' +/- deep by 4' high with tapers approx 6" in. Bronze plaques applied to four faces. Centered in top is bronze statue of Mississippi flagbearer infantryman.
- "Dance ensemble, regimental band among music muster performers" (NewsArchive.com image). The Gettysburg Times. Times and News Publishing Company. August 20, 2008. Retrieved 2012-04-07.
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