The top photo is circa 1890 and shows the Spangler Meadow with the completely barren Powers Hill in the background. The meadow in the foreground is where the futile attack of the 27th Indiana took place. The view is from behind a stone wall that was occupied by an unseen Confederate regiment. The top arrow points out the location of the 27th's monument where the charge began. The lower arrow marks the location of the advance marker only 90 yards away. It was here that the charge was turned back after the 27th suffered over 100 casualties. Unfortunately, when I took the now photo a couple of summers ago, the meadow was overgrown so the advance marker isn't visible. However, I pointed out the regimental monument to show the same orientation.