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Union U.S. Regulars Marker
Monument to the 2nd US Horse Artillery, Battery (A). Location: Chambersburg Pike and Stone Avenue.
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
CAVALRY CORPS
SECOND BRIGADE HORSE ARTILLERY
BATTERY A SECOND U. S. ARTILLERY
SIX 3 INCH RIFLES
Lieut. John H. Calef Commanding

June 30. Arrived in the evening from Emmitsburg and took position on the Chambersburg Pike.
July 1. Advanced with the Cavalry went into position with right section on right of the road left section on the left and centre with Col. Wm. Chamble's Brigade on the right of Fairfield Road. The first Union gun of the battle was fired from right section and the positions held under a severe fire until the First Corps arrived about 10 A. M. The Battery was then relieved by Capt. J. A. Hall's 2D Maine Battery and after being supplied with ammunition returned about 3 P M. but under a front and enfilading fire it retired to a line in front of Cemetery Ridge and towards night moved to the left about a mile and bivouacked for the night near theThird Corps.
July 2. A. M. marched with the First Brigade of Major General John Buford's Division to Taneytown en route to Westminster.
Casualties Wounded 12 Men
Lost 13 Horses Killed

Union U.S. Regulars Marker Monument to the 2nd US Horse Artillery, Battery (A). Location: Chambersburg Pike and Stone Avenue.
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
CAVALRY CORPS
SECOND BRIGADE HORSE ARTILLERY
BATTERY A SECOND U. S. ARTILLERY
SIX 3 INCH RIFLES
Lieut. John H. Calef Commanding

June 30. Arrived in the evening from Emmitsburg and took position on the Chambersburg Pike.
July 1. Advanced with the Cavalry went into position with right section on right of the road left section on the left and centre with Col. Wm. Chamble's Brigade on the right of Fairfield Road. The first Union gun of the battle was fired from right section and the positions held under a severe fire until the First Corps arrived about 10 A. M. The Battery was then relieved by Capt. J. A. Hall's 2D Maine Battery and after being supplied with ammunition returned about 3 P M. but under a front and enfilading fire it retired to a line in front of Cemetery Ridge and towards night moved to the left about a mile and bivouacked for the night near theThird Corps.
July 2. A. M. marched with the First Brigade of Major General John Buford's Division to Taneytown en route to Westminster.
Casualties Wounded 12 Men
Lost 13 Horses Killed Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania

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Union U.S. Regulars Marker
Monument to the 2nd US Horse Artillery, Battery (A). Location: Chambersburg Pike and Stone Avenue.
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
CAVALRY CORPS
SECOND BRIGADE HORSE ARTILLERY
BATTERY A SECOND U. S. ARTILLERY
SIX 3 INCH RIFLES
Lieut. John H. Calef Commanding

June 30. Arrived in the evening from Emmitsburg and took position on the Chambersburg Pike.
July 1. Advanced with the Cavalry went into position with right section on right of the road left section on the left and centre with Col. Wm. Chamble's Brigade on the right of Fairfield Road. The first Union gun of the battle was fired from right section and the positions held under a severe fire until the First Corps arrived about 10 A. M. The Battery was then relieved by Capt. J. A. Hall's 2D Maine Battery and after being supplied with ammunition returned about 3 P M. but under a front and enfilading fire it retired to a line in front of Cemetery Ridge and towards night moved to the left about a mile and bivouacked for the night near theThird Corps.
July 2. A. M. marched with the First Brigade of Major General John Buford's Division to Taneytown en route to Westminster.
Casualties Wounded 12 Men
Lost 13 Horses Killed
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ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
CAVALRY CORPS
SECOND BRIGADE HORSE ARTILLERY
BATTERY A SECOND U. S. ARTILLERY
SIX 3 INCH RIFLES
Lieut. John H. Calef Commanding

June 30. Arrived in the evening from Emmitsburg and took position on the Chambersburg Pike.
July 1. Advanced with the Cavalry went into position with right section on right of the road left section on the left and centre with Col. Wm. Chamble's Brigade on the right of Fairfield Road. The first Union gun of the battle was fired from right section and the positions held under a severe fire until the First Corps arrived about 10 A. M. The Battery was then relieved by Capt. J. A. Hall's 2D Maine Battery and after being supplied with ammunition returned about 3 P M. but under a front and enfilading fire it retired to a line in front of Cemetery Ridge and towards night moved to the left about a mile and bivouacked for the night near theThird Corps.
July 2. A. M. marched with the First Brigade of Major General John Buford's Division to Taneytown en route to Westminster.
Casualties Wounded 12 Men
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Filename:iil_ian_jt_0677.jpg
Album name:JaneT / Culture/Archaeology
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Keywords: Civil, War, Gettysburg, National, Military, Park National Park, Service, Pennsylvania
Author Name:Jane Thomas
Author Company:IAN, UMCES
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):11/28/2008
Media Type:Photo
File Size:1834 KB
Date added:Dec 02, 2008
Dimensions:2448 x 3264 pixels
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IPTC Title:Union U.S. Regulars Marker
IPTC Copyright:Copyright to the photographer. Free for any use if appropriate credit is reproduced with the image.
IPTC Keywords:Civil War,Gettysburg National Military Park,National Park Service,Pennsylvania
URL:http://ian.umces.edu/imagelibrary/displayimage-3140.html
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