11th Massachusetts Infantry Monument, (sculpture)
- Save Outdoor Sculpture, Pennsylvania survey, 1995.
- Image on file.
- (On front:) 1ST BRIGADE, 2ND DIVISION, 3RD CORPS/UPON THIS SPOT STOOD THE 11TH MASS.//REG'T DURING THE SECOND DAYS/ BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, JULY 2, 1863/26 WERE KILLED 93 SOUNDED AND 10 MISSING./ASSISTED BY THE STATE/AND GENEROUS FRIENDS, THE SURVIVORS/OF THE REGIMENT HAVE/ERECTED UPON THIS HISTORIC FIELD,/THIS MONUMENTAL TABLET IN THE YEAR/1885./"ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL"/11TH MASS. INF'T. unsigned
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- A granite shaft adorned on the front with a relief depicting crossed flags and the Third Corps diamond symbol. Originally, the monument was topped with a bronze sculpture of an arm holding a saber, but this piece is now missing.
- Data Source
- Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums
- Smith Granite Company
- Dedicated 1885. Relocated 1896
- Sculptures-Outdoor Sculpture