There are two monuments to the 119th Pennsylvania Volunteers on the battlefield at Gettysburg.
The original monument (this page) is south of Gettysburg just below the summit of Big Round Top. (39.7867° N, 77.2394° W; Tour map: Big Round Top) It was dedicated in 1885 by the surviving veterans of the regiment.
The 119th Pennsylvania was commanded at the Battle of Gettysburg by Colonel Peter C. Ellemaker. It brought 466 men to the field and was in reserve for most of the battle, losing two men wounded.
The monument on Big Round Top
From the front of the monument on Big Round Top:
Erected by surviving members
and friends Oct. 3, 1885.
From the right side (which can only be viewed from a steep drop below):
After a continuous march of 37 miles reached field afternoon of 2nd.
The Brigade, 119th Penna., 6th Maine, 49th Penna., 5th Wis. covered extreme infantry left of the Union army, east of the Taneytown Road on the 3rd. Occupied this position from evening of the 3rd until morning of the 5th.
From the left side:
Maj. Gen. John Sedgwick
Comdg. 6th Army Corps
Brig. Gen. Horation G. Wright
Comdg. 1st Division
Brig. Gen. David A. Russell
Comdg 3rd Brigade
Col. Peter C. Ellemaker
From the rear:
Organized at Philada., Sept. 1, 1862
Mustered out of service June 19, 1865
Killed in action, died of wounds or from
disease 11 officers 199 men
wounded 305 officers and men
See more on the history of the 119th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the Civil War