41st New York Infantry

The 41st New York Infantry served as members of von Gilsa’s Brigade in Barlow’s Division of the Eleventh Corps, Army of the Potomac. The regiment is honored by a monument.

Vertical marker stands on a tiered, rough-hewn base. A relief consisting of three crossed flags and a State Seal are affixed to the front face. A crescent insignia of the 11th Corps appears on the reverse, at top. It indicates the position held by the 41st New York Infantry on July 2, 1863 between 5:00 to 6:00 A.M. as they sustained an attack on its line. They held this position through July 4, 1863. Gettysburg August 2008

Dedicated: July 3, 1893.

Location: Located near the south end of Wainwright Avenue. It indicates the position held by the 41st New York Infantry on July 2, 1863 between 5:00 to 6:00 A.M. as they sustained an attack on its line. They held this position through July 4, 1863.

Description: Vertical marker stands on a tiered, rough-hewn base. A relief consisting of three crossed flags and a State Seal are affixed to the front face. A crescent insignia of the 11th Corps appears on the reverse, at top. Monument is a smooth cut chamfered granite shaft with bronze bas-relief and crescent, and excised inscriptions on the east and west faces and set on a 6.10×5.4 foot, two-part rough hewn base. Sculptured by Casper Buberl. Flanking markers are 2×1 foot with the right possessing a slant face and the left with a flat top.

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