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Dave Pelland on May 16th, 2011

The service of the 14th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, at Gettysburg is honored with several monuments on the battlefield. The most prominent of the monuments honoring the regiment stands on Hancock Avenue, not far from the Angle, and marks the position from which the 14th helped repel Pickett’s Charge on the climactic third day of […]

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Dave Pelland on May 13th, 2011

The service of the 2nd Connecticut Light Artillery at Gettysburg is honored with a monument on Hancock Avenue. The monument, dedicated on July 3, 1888, marks the regiment’s position near the left end of the Union line during the Confederate charge toward Cemetery Ridge that ended the battle on July 3, 1863. The monument’s east […]

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Dave Pelland on May 11th, 2011

Connecticut native and Sixth Corps commander Maj. General John Sedgwick is honored with an equestrian monument at Gettysburg. The monument to Sedgwick, born in Cornwall Hollow, is on Gettysburg’s Sedgwick Avenue, just north of the intersection with Wheatfield Road. The monument, dedicated in 1913, depicts Sedgwick (and his horse) looking west toward the battlefield. A […]

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Dave Pelland on May 9th, 2011

The 27th Connecticut Regiment is honored with a collection of monuments on the Gettysburg battlefield. Perhaps the regiment’s most prominent monument marks the spot where the unit’s commander, Lt. Col Henry Merwin, was killed during heavy fighting in Rose’s Wheatfield. The monument, a granite obelisk topped with an eagle, was dedicated in October of 1885. […]

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Dave Pelland on May 6th, 2011

The monument honoring the 20th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Regiment’s  service during the Battle of Gettysburg stands near the southern end of Culp’s Hill. The monument, dedicated in 1885, was placed on the regiment’s battle line during the mornings of the battle’s second and third day. The monument was oriented east to face the woods toward […]

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Dave Pelland on May 4th, 2011

The service of the 17th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Regiment during the Battle of Gettysburg is honored with a pair of monuments and a memorial flagpole. The first of the two monuments honoring the regiment stands in today’s Barlow Knoll, where significant fighting took part on July 1, 1863, the first day of the battle. The […]

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Dave Pelland on May 2nd, 2011

The 5th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Regiment’s service at Gettysburg is honored with a monument near the southern end of Culp’s Hill. The granite monument, along Slocum Avenue, was dedicated in August of 1887. The front (west) face of the monument is inscribed with a simple dedication reading, “5th Conn. Infantry, July 2 & 3, 1863.” […]

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