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USA: Chesapeake Bay watershed Illustration of Chesapeake Bay watershed symbol,vector,illustration,map,ecosystem,geography,geographical,USA,United States of America,MD,MarylandDC,District of Columbia,DE,Delaware,VA,Virginia,WV,West,Virginia,PA,Pennsylvania,NY,New,York,Chesapeake Bay,watershed,Susquehanna River,Atlantic Ocean
USA: Chesapeake Bay watershedVector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network525 views139 downloads (Details)Illustration of Chesapeake Bay watershed1 commentsAdd to lightbox
USA MD VA: Chesapeake Bay watershed locator map Illustration locator map of Chesapeake Bay watershed symbol,vector,illustration,map,ecosystem,geography,geographical,USA,United States of America,MD,MarylandDC,District of Columbia,VA,Virginia,WV,West,Virginia,PA,Pennsylvania,NY,New,York,DE,Delaware,Susquehanna River
USA MD VA: Chesapeake Bay watershed locator mapVector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network228 views36 downloads (Details)Illustration locator map of Chesapeake Bay watershedAdd to lightbox
Virginia Memorial Virginia Memorial at Seminary Ridge, Gettysburg. The plaque at the base reads "General Robert E. Lee mounted on "Traveller". The group represents various types who left civil occupations to join the Confederate Army. Left to right: a professional man, a mechanic, an artist, a boy, a business man, a youth". Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania
Virginia MemorialPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES272 views1 downloads (Details)Virginia Memorial at Seminary Ridge, Gettysburg. The plaque at the base reads "General Robert E. Lee mounted on "Traveller". The group represents various types who left civil occupations to join the Confederate Army. Left to right: a professional man, a mechanic, an artist, a boy, a business man, a youth".Add to lightbox
Devil's Den Devil's Den near Little Round Top, Gettysburg. This outcropping of massive igneous boulders was the site of fierce fighting on July 2, 1863, with a Confederate assault by Lt Gen James Longstreet's First Corps through this area. Conducted by the division of Maj. Gen. John Bell Hood, and including both the Texas Brigade and 3rd Arkansas, the charge was directed towards the left flank of the Union Army of the Potomac and hit Devil's Den as well as the high ground at Little Round Top. Devil's Den was defended by the Union III Corps division of Maj. Gen. David B. Birney, later reinforced by the V Corps. Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania
Devil's DenPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES1077 views2 downloads (Details)Devil's Den near Little Round Top, Gettysburg. This outcropping of massive igneous boulders was the site of fierce fighting on July 2, 1863, with a Confederate assault by Lt Gen James Longstreet's First Corps through this area. Conducted by the division of Maj. Gen. John Bell Hood, and including both the Texas Brigade and 3rd Arkansas, the charge was directed towards the left flank of the Union Army of the Potomac and hit Devil's Den as well as the high ground at Little Round Top. Devil's Den was defended by the Union III Corps division of Maj. Gen. David B. Birney, later reinforced by the V Corps.Add to lightbox
Pennsylvania Memorial Pennsylvania Memorial, the largest in the Gettysburg National Military Park, features bronze tablets of all Pennsylvania infantry, cavalry, and artillery units who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July, 1863. It was dedicated in 1910. Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania MemorialPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES489 views2 downloads (Details)Pennsylvania Memorial, the largest in the Gettysburg National Military Park, features bronze tablets of all Pennsylvania infantry, cavalry, and artillery units who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July, 1863. It was dedicated in 1910.Add to lightbox
Pennsylvania Memorial Pennsylvania Memorial, the largest in the Gettysburg National Military Park, features bronze tablets of all Pennsylvania infantry, cavalry, and artillery units who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July, 1863. It was dedicated in 1910. Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania MemorialPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES362 views4 downloads (Details)Pennsylvania Memorial, the largest in the Gettysburg National Military Park, features bronze tablets of all Pennsylvania infantry, cavalry, and artillery units who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July, 1863. It was dedicated in 1910.Add to lightbox
McPherson Barn, looking northwest. From NPS brochure: The Battle of Gettysburg began about 8 am to the west beyond McPherson barn as Union cavalry confronted Confederate infrantry advancing east along Chambersburg Pike. Heavy fighting spread north and south along this ridgeline as additional forces from both sides arrived. Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania
McPherson Barn, looking northwest.Photo (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES167 views4 downloads (Details)From NPS brochure: The Battle of Gettysburg began about 8 am to the west beyond McPherson barn as Union cavalry confronted Confederate infrantry advancing east along Chambersburg Pike. Heavy fighting spread north and south along this ridgeline as additional forces from both sides arrived.Add to lightbox
Union Brigade Marker Monument to the 1st Corps, 3rd Division. Location: South Reynolds Avenue, McPherson Ridge
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
FIRST CORPS THIRD DIVISION
FIRST BRIGADE
Col. Chapman Biddle
Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Rowley
80th New York 121st 142D 151st Penna. Infantry

July 1. Arrived and went into position about 11. 30 A. M. left of Reynolds's Woods. The 151st Penna. having been sent to reinforce Second Brigade on right of Reynolds's Woods. The remaining regiments with Battery B 1st Penna. formed line facing west and held this position until near 4 P. M. when being pressed with superior numbers in front and outflanked on the left the Brigade retired to Seminary Ridge. On the withdrawal of the Corps the Brigade retired to Cemetery Hill and formed on the left along Taneytown Road and remained there until noon the next day.
July 2. Between 5 and 6 P. M. the Brigade was moved to the left centre from which First Division Second Corps had been taken to support Third Corps.
July 3. Remained in the same position and assisted in repelling Longstreet's assault in the afternoon taking many prisoners. At 6 P. M. withdrew to former position on Taneytown Road.
Casualties Killed 8 Officers 103 Men Wounded 41 Officers 516 Men Captured or Missing 8 Officers 222 Men Total 898 Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania
Union Brigade MarkerPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES56 views0 downloads (Details)Monument to the 1st Corps, 3rd Division. Location: South Reynolds Avenue, McPherson Ridge
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
FIRST CORPS THIRD DIVISION
FIRST BRIGADE
Col. Chapman Biddle
Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Rowley
80th New York 121st 142D 151st Penna. Infantry

July 1. Arrived and went into position about 11. 30 A. M. left of Reynolds's Woods. The 151st Penna. having been sent to reinforce Second Brigade on right of Reynolds's Woods. The remaining regiments with Battery B 1st Penna. formed line facing west and held this position until near 4 P. M. when being pressed with superior numbers in front and outflanked on the left the Brigade retired to Seminary Ridge. On the withdrawal of the Corps the Brigade retired to Cemetery Hill and formed on the left along Taneytown Road and remained there until noon the next day.
July 2. Between 5 and 6 P. M. the Brigade was moved to the left centre from which First Division Second Corps had been taken to support Third Corps.
July 3. Remained in the same position and assisted in repelling Longstreet's assault in the afternoon taking many prisoners. At 6 P. M. withdrew to former position on Taneytown Road.
Casualties Killed 8 Officers 103 Men Wounded 41 Officers 516 Men Captured or Missing 8 Officers 222 Men Total 898
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Union Brigade Marker Monument to the 1st Corps, 3rd Division. Location: South Reynolds Avenue, McPherson Ridge
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
FIRST CORPS THIRD DIVISION
FIRST BRIGADE
Col. Chapman Biddle
Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Rowley
80th New York 121st 142D 151st Penna. Infantry

July 1. Arrived and went into position about 11. 30 A. M. left of Reynolds's Woods. The 151st Penna. having been sent to reinforce Second Brigade on right of Reynolds's Woods. The remaining regiments with Battery B 1st Penna. formed line facing west and held this position until near 4 P. M. when being pressed with superior numbers in front and outflanked on the left the Brigade retired to Seminary Ridge. On the withdrawal of the Corps the Brigade retired to Cemetery Hill and formed on the left along Taneytown Road and remained there until noon the next day.
July 2. Between 5 and 6 P. M. the Brigade was moved to the left centre from which First Division Second Corps had been taken to support Third Corps.
July 3. Remained in the same position and assisted in repelling Longstreet's assault in the afternoon taking many prisoners. At 6 P. M. withdrew to former position on Taneytown Road.
Casualties Killed 8 Officers 103 Men Wounded 41 Officers 516 Men Captured or Missing 8 Officers 222 Men Total 898 Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania
Union Brigade MarkerPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES40 views0 downloads (Details)Monument to the 1st Corps, 3rd Division. Location: South Reynolds Avenue, McPherson Ridge
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
FIRST CORPS THIRD DIVISION
FIRST BRIGADE
Col. Chapman Biddle
Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Rowley
80th New York 121st 142D 151st Penna. Infantry

July 1. Arrived and went into position about 11. 30 A. M. left of Reynolds's Woods. The 151st Penna. having been sent to reinforce Second Brigade on right of Reynolds's Woods. The remaining regiments with Battery B 1st Penna. formed line facing west and held this position until near 4 P. M. when being pressed with superior numbers in front and outflanked on the left the Brigade retired to Seminary Ridge. On the withdrawal of the Corps the Brigade retired to Cemetery Hill and formed on the left along Taneytown Road and remained there until noon the next day.
July 2. Between 5 and 6 P. M. the Brigade was moved to the left centre from which First Division Second Corps had been taken to support Third Corps.
July 3. Remained in the same position and assisted in repelling Longstreet's assault in the afternoon taking many prisoners. At 6 P. M. withdrew to former position on Taneytown Road.
Casualties Killed 8 Officers 103 Men Wounded 41 Officers 516 Men Captured or Missing 8 Officers 222 Men Total 898
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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 Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania
Union U.S. Regulars MarkerPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES46 views0 downloads (Details)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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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
Union U.S. Regulars MarkerPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES86 views0 downloads (Details)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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1st New York Light Artillery, Battery (L) (E Attached) Monument to the 1st New York Light Artillery, Battery (L) (E Attached). Commander: Capt. Gilbert H. Reynolds. Location: South Reynolds Avenue, McPherson Ridge Civil,War,Gettysburg,National,Military,Park National Park,Service,Pennsylvania
1st New York Light Artillery, Battery (L) (E Attached)Photo (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES249 views0 downloads (Details)Monument to the 1st New York Light Artillery, Battery (L) (E Attached). Commander: Capt. Gilbert H. Reynolds. Location: South Reynolds Avenue, McPherson RidgeAdd to lightbox

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