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The monument to Battery K, 1st United States Artillery is south of Gettysburg on the South Cavalry Battlefield. Captain William M. Graham commanded the battery at Gettysburg.

Monument to Battery K, 1st United States Artillery on the Gettysburg battlefield

Monument to Battery K on the Gettysburg battlefield

From the monument:

Army of the Potomac
Cavalry Corps
Second Brigade Horse Artillery

Battery K First U. S. Artillery

Six 3 inch Rifles
Captain William M. Graham, commanding

July 3. Arrived on the field and took position on the left with cavalry and engaged during the attack of Brig. General E .J. Farnsworth’s and Brig. General W. Merritt’s Brigades on the Confederate right.

Monument to Battery K, 1st United States Artillery on the Gettysburg battlefield

The monument is on the South Cavalry Field about three miles south of Gettysburg.

Location of the monument at Gettysburg

The monument is south of Gettysburg on the South Cavalry Battlefield. It is on the east side of Emmitsburg Road about 1.2 miles south of the intersection with Confederate Avenue, on the north side of a large open field.