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South Confederate Avenue is south of Gettysburg. It is a continuation of West Confederate Avenue. The line of Confederate monuments continue until Confederate Avenue curves east past the Right Flank Marker of the Army of Northern Virginia.

This was the starting point for most of Hood’s Division on the charge that carried it to Devil’s Den and the slopes of Little Round Top on the left flank of the Union Army of the Potomac.

South Confederate Avenue is one-way eastbound (and southbound, at this point) from just past the shaded picnic area south of the Texas Monument. Seasonal public rest rooms are located on Emmitsburg Road a short walk from the picnic area.

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Tour map of South Confederate Avenue at Gettysburg

Confederate headquarters
Hood’s Division

Benning’s Brigade
Law’s Brigade
Robertson’s Brigade
Henry’s Artillery Battalion

state monuments
State of Alabama

State of Texas

Confederate brigade, regimental and artillery markers
4th Alabama

Branch Artillery
German Artillery
Palmetto Artillery
Rowan Artillery (2 markers)
Texas Brigade

other monuments
Confederate Soldiers and Sailors
Right of the Army of Northern Virginia