Almost every one of the several hundred Union regiments and batteries that were at the Battle of Gettysburg is represented by a monument, usually funded and dedicated by its state. There are also seven state monuments and a monument to the United States Regular Army.
A unit's main monument was required to be placed at the location of its main line of battle, but many have a secondary monument or smaller markers showing different locations where the unit fought.
Some regiments from the same state share a monument. In a few cases a monument honors an entire brigade of regiments from the same state.
See the monuments from a state by clicking the map above or the list below...