11th Mississippi Infantry Monument

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For the Longstreet's Assault site of this regiment's surrender[1] near the Brian Stone Wall (north of the high water mark), see 11th Mississippi Infantry Marker.
11th Mississippi Infantry Statue
historic district contributing structure
Gettysburg Battlefield (3441594052).jpg
Country United States
State Pennsylvania
County Adams
NPS unit &
Gettysburg NMP
Coordinates 39°49′11″N 77°14′49″W / 39.819641°N 77.247065°W / 39.819641; -77.247065Coordinates: 39°49′11″N 77°14′49″W / 39.819641°N 77.247065°W / 39.819641; -77.247065
Completed 2000 (Bill Beckworth)[2]
Historic District
MPS approved
Gettysburg (75000155)
MN833/228965:42 [3]
Database webpages: hscl, HMdb, StoneSentinels, GettysburgSculptures

The 11th Mississippi Infantry Statue[3] is a Gettysburg Battlefield memorial commemorating a Confederate regiment with a bronze sculpture of a flagbearer.


The 2nd South Carolina String Band performed at the dedication.[4]


  1. ^ 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 
  2. ^ "11th Mississippi Monument" (gallery). GettysburgDaily.com. May 5, 2008. Retrieved 2012-04-06. 
  3. ^ a b "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.  External link in |work= (help)
  4. ^ "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.