Monuments Concerning the 136th New York

Many monuments were erected for the 11th Corps. From the equestrian statue of Major General Howard on Cemetery Hill, down to monuments of each of the regiments. Each monument tell the events that took place those three days of battle. They also tell the history of the regiment throughout the Civil War.

This monument signifies the location where the 136th New York Infantry Volunteer Regiment stood north of Gettysburg. The monument faces in the same direction the soldiers faced to meet the on coming rebels from Georgia (4th, 21st, and the 44th Georgia Regiments).

The equestrian statue of Oliver O. Howard is located on top of Cemetery Hill, across the street from the National Cemetery in Gettysburg.

Avon Soldier's memorial in Avon, New York.