The Battle of Gettysburg was the largest and deadliest single battle of the American Civil War, and a turning point in history. As we commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, the Gettysburg battlefield is a National Military Park filled with hundreds of monuments and historical markers. It is a giant outdoor classroom where hyperlinks of stone and bronze help visitors explore one of the great turning points in American history.
This site features photos and information about over 1200 monuments and markers at Gettysburg and the stories of the men they represent. Thee are pages of basic facts about the Battle of Gettysburg and photos and stories of the farms, other buildings and terrain. You can use the menu to search by army, state or type of monument, or explore the battlefield with monument maps.