Major General Daniel E. Sickles Wounding Marker (Gettysburg)

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MONUMENT PROFILE
  • Battlefield: Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania
  • Location: United States Avenue northwest of the Trostle Farm
  • Map Coordinates: +39° 48' 9.00", -77° 14' 34.08"
  • Leader of: III Corps, Army of the Potomac :tinyus34:
    • Strength: 13,000 men, 30 guns
    • Casualties: 590 killed, 3,030 wounded, 590 missing, 4,210 total
  • Biography: Daniel E. Sickles

MONUMENT DETAILS
  • Artist: Unknown
  • Dedicated: 1901
  • Dimensions:
    • Height 7 ft.;
    • Base: H. 3 ft. 3 in. x W. 2 ft. 9 in.
  • Description: A square monument made of rough granite blocks is topped with a polished granite diamond symbol of the Third Corps.

MONUMENT TEXT
Inscription

MAJOR GENERAL
DANIEL E. SICKLES

WOUNDED
JULY 2, 1863


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Original Published Date:
June 2, 2021

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