Monuments at Gettysburg - 1 by bmac62 ()
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Monuments were paid for and installed at Gettysburg by veteran groups from both the North and South. Most of them were in place by the early 1900s before the outbreak of WW I.
The monument above is for the 4th New York Independent Artillery Battery. It supported Union infantry from this position on a ridge line near Devil's Den during the morning and afternoon of July 2, 1863.