VETERAN POINTS TO SCENE OF PICKETT’S CHARGE FROM THE POSITION OF CUSHING’S BATTERY
Gathered at the monument to Battery A, 4th U.S. Artillery, a veteran from California points with his cane to the scene of Pickett’s Charge while three other veterans look on. The Last Reunion of the Blue and Gray by Paul L. Roy.
The monument to Battery A, 4th U.S. Artillery stands where the veterans gathered in 1938. NPS Photo.
VETERANS SHAKE HANDS Across the Stone WALL on cemetery ridge
A Confederate veteran and a Union veteran shake hands over the stone wall on Cemetery Ridge. The top of the 1st Delaware infantry monument can be seen above the heads of the Union veterans on the right of the picture. The Last Reunion of the Blue and Gray by Paul L. Roy.
The stone wall and the 1st Delaware monument act as reference points. Much is the same as 1938 with the exception of the partially collapsed stone wall and rehabilitated Brian farm buildings in the background. NPS Photo.
Last updated: May 5, 2021