There are two monuments to the 75th Pennsylvania on the battlefield of Gettysburg. The original monument was dedicated in 1876 by the survivors of the regiment and is southeast of town in the National Cemetery (39.821427° N, 77.230473° W; Tour map: National CemeteryGoogle maps to both monuments

The main monument was dedicated in 1888 by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and is north of Gettysburg on Howard Avenue. (39.84334° N, 77.229609° W; Tour map: Howard Avenue East)

The regiment was commanded at the Battle of Gettysburg by Colonel Francis Mahler. He was mortally wounded on the 1st, and Major August Ledig took command. Colonel Mahler died on July 4.

11th Corps Headquarters Flag 11C-3D

Main monument to the 75th Pennsylvania Infantry at Gettysburg

From the front of the Howard Avenue monument:

75th Pennsylvania Infantry
2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, 11th Corps

July 1. Fought on this position from 2 p.m. until the Corps retired.
July 2 & 3. Held position at stone wall near the Cemetery as shown by monument there.

Present at Gettysburg 258
Killed, officers 3, men 16
Wounded, officers 5, men 89
Captured or missing, men 3
Total loss 111.

From the rear:

Recruited at Philadelphia.
Mustered in August 9, 1861.
Reenlisted January 2, 1864.
Mustered out September 1, 1865.

From the right side:

Cross Keys, Freeman’s Ford, Groveton, 2nd Bull Run Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wauhatchie, Chattanooga

Secondary monument to the 75th Pennsylvania Infantry at Gettysburg

From the monument in the National Cemetery:

In Memoriam
of our
Comrades

75th P.V.

Left flank marker for the 75th Pennsylvania Infantry on Howard Avenue at Gettysburg

Left flank marker on Howard Avenue

Right Flank marker of the 75th Pennsylvania on Howard Avenue next to the Left Flank marker of the 26th Wisconsin who fought alongside on July 1 at Gettysburg

Right Flank marker of the 75th Pennsylvania on Howard Avenue
next to the Left Flank marker of the 26th Wisconsin
who fought alongside on July 1

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