Union monuments at Gettysburg

The State of New York sent over 413,000 men to the Union Army during the Civil War, the largest number from any state. Over 23,000 men from New York were at the Battle of Gettysburg, the second largest contingent of any state north or south, making up one quarter of the Army of the Potomac. They were organized into 68 infantry regiments, one infantry battalion, four companies of sharpshooters, seven cavalry regiments, an independent cavalry company and 16 artillery batteries. Two of the Army of the Potomac’s corps commanders, Major General Daniel Sickles and Major General Henry Slocum, were from New York.

New York lost almost 6,700 casualties in the Battle of Gettysburg, the largest total of any state from either side. (see the States at Gettysburg)

New York’s monuments on this site are in three sections:

New York Infantry Regiments and Sharpshooters 
61 monuments

New York Artillery and Engineers
18 monuments

New York Cavalry
8 monuments

There are also two state monuments honoring all the men of New York who fought at Gettysburg:New York State Monument at Gettysburg

New York State Monument

New York State Auxiliary Monument at Gettysburg

New York State Auxiliary Monument