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Historic Park Views
Gettysburg National Military Park at the turn of the century.
Observation tower on Culp's Hill
The 1895 observation tower on the summit of Culp's Hill.
1st Minnesota Infantry Monument
The monument to the 1st Minnesota Infantry was dedicated in 1897.
John Burns Monument
The statue to John Burns, a Gettysburg civilian who fought along side Union troops on the first day of the battle.
General John Buford Monument
The statue to General John Buford overlooks the scene of action from McPherson's Ridge.
Monuments on Culp's Hill
Monuments to Union regiments aligned on Slocum Avenue, Culp's Hill.
Monuments to Union regiments of the Eleventh Corps aligned on Howard Avenue.
British-made Whitworth cannon used by Confederate artillerymen, mark a battery position in Schultz Woods.
The War Department-era observation tower overlooks Union positions on Oak Ridge, 1910.
The High Water Mark
The High Water Mark and other monuments on Cemetery Ridge, taken in 1910.
The Pennsylvania Monument
The Pennsylvania Monument, dedicated in 1910, lists the names of every soldier who served in a Pennsylvania unit at Gettysburg.
Spangler's Spring, located at the southern tip of Culp's Hill.
The Valley of Death
The "Valley of Death" and Devil's Den as viewed from the statue to General Warren on Little Round Top, 1910.
Last updated: August 1, 2014