The 90th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment served as members of Baxter’s Brigade in Robinson’s Division of the First Corps, Army of the Potomac. The regiment is honored by two monuments and a position stone.
Location: South Hancock Avenue. The marker is located on Hancock Avenue near the Pennsylvania Monument.
Description: A large native boulder with bronze plaque affixed, erected in 1889 by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Denotes position on July 2, 1863 against the attack by Confederate General Barksdale. 3.7×3.5 foot and 6.3 foot high