Union monuments at Gettysburg


Almost 5,800 men from Massachusetts  fought in the Battle of Gettysburg. They were organized into eighteen infantry and one cavalry regiments, two companies of sharpshooters, and four batteries of light artillery. Each of the 25 units has its own monument on the battlefield. Around 1,540 Massachusetts men – 26% – became casualties at Gettysburg, the third highest total of the eighteen Union states that fought there. (see the States at Gettysburg)

Select any of the monuments below to go to its Gettysburg monument page.

Monument to the 1st Massachusetts at Gettysburg Monument to the 2nd Massachusetts at Gettysburg
Monument to the 7th Massachusetts at Gettysburg Monument to the 9th Massachusetts at Gettysburg
Monument to the 10th Massachusetts at Gettysburg Monument to the 11th Massachusetts at Gettysburg
Monument to the 12th Massachusetts at Gettysburg Monument to the 13th Massachusetts at Gettysburg
Monument to the 15th Massachusetts at Gettysburg Monument to the 16th Massachusetts at Gettysburg
Monument to the 18th Massachusetts at Gettysburg Monument to the 19th Massachusetts at Gettysburg
Monument to the 20th Massachusetts at Gettysburg Monument to the 22nd Massachusetts at Gettysburg
Monument to the 28th Massachusetts at Gettysburg Monument to the 32nd Massachusetts at Gettysburg
Monument to the 33rd Massachusetts at Gettysburg Monument to the 37th Massachusetts at Gettysburg
Monument to the 1st Massachusetts Battery at Gettysburg Monument to the 3rd Massachusetts Battery at Gettysburg
Monument to the 5th Massachusetts Battery at Gettysburg
Monument to the 9th Massachusetts Battery at Gettysburg
Monument to the 1st Massachusetts Sharpshooters at Gettysburg 2MAssCo-T
Monument to the 1st Massachusetts Cavalry at Gettysburg