Gettysburg Monuments

The Gettysburg monuments serve to honor the brave men who fought and died in the Battle of Gettysburg. Some monuments honor individuals, and others brigades or regiments yet all serve to remind us of the sacrifices that were made for the cause.

The monuments also mark the locations of unique events on the battlefield and create a vivid picture for us to visualize and recreate the battle in our minds.


Little Round Top monuments

20th Maine 9th Massachusetts Infantry5th Pennsylvania Reserves monument
20th Maine monument9th Massachusetts Infantry monument5th Pennsylvania Reserves monument

10th Pennsylvania Reserves monument 12th Pennsylvania Reserves monument<td>18th Pennsylvania Cavalry monument
10th Pennsylvania Reserves monument12th Pennsylvania Reserves monument18th Pennsylvania Cavalry monument

119th Pennsylvania Volunteers monument
119th Pennsylvania Volunteers monument


Devil's Den monuments

Samuel Wiley Crawford Charles Frederick Taylor monument4th Maine Infantry monument
Samuel Wiley Crawford monumentCharles Frederick Taylor monument4th Maine Infantry monument

3rd Massachusetts Battery monument6th New Jersey Volunteers monument40th New York Infantry monument
3rd Massachusetts Battery monument6th New Jersey Volunteers monument40th New York Infantry monument

86th New York Infantry monument124th New York Infantry monument1st Pennsylvania Rifles monument
86th New York Infantry monument124th New York Infantry monument1st Pennsylvania Rifles monument

139th Pennsylvania Infantry monument
139th Pennsylvania Infantry monument


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