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General Winfield Scott Hancock's
Monument on East Cemetery Hill.
Artillery on East Cemetery Hill facing
View east from East Cemetery Hill.
The Gatehouse for Evergreen Cemetery.
The New York State monument at the
Gettysburg National Cemetery.
The site of the last Civil War remains
interred at Gettysburg.
(photo by J. D. Petruzzir)
The grave of George Nixon, grandfather
of President Richard M Nixon, in the Gettysburg National Cemetery.
The Delaware Monument located near the
Close-up of the front of the Delaware
The 78 & 102 NY Infantry Monument. Click here for photos of this monument before its
The 149th NY Infantry
The 137th NY Infantry
The 150th NY Infantry
The 67th NY Infantry, also known as the
1st Long Island Volunteers
The 23rd PA Volunteers
The 29th PA Volunteers
The 111th PA Volunteers
The 2nd (1st) MD (CSA) Infantry.
This was the first Confederate regimental monument placed on the battlefield.
The regiment was actually known as the 1st Maryland, however, since there were
regiments from Maryland on both sides at Gettysburg, Union troops from Maryland who called
themselves the "1st" would not allow Confederate troops the same designation.
Therefore, the Confederate veterans from Maryland were forced to change from the
1st to the 2nd.