Named For: Gen. Daniel Sickles, commander of the Third Corps.
Location: Southern end of the battlefield, including Devil’s Den and the Wheatfield.
Designer: E.B. Cope.
Description: Avenue measures 0.954 miles long by 18′ wide. Constructed of bituminous treated macadam with telford base. Avenue split into 2 sections: starts south from Crawford and Warren Avenues and runs to Wheatfield Road. It then continues west of the 1st section, from the Wheatfield Road near Peach Orchard, northward to the Emmitsburg Road.
History: Avenue was constructed by War Department to follow positions of Sickles’ command which extended from Devil’s Den to Peach Orchard and along Emmitsburg Road. Avenue is split into two sections. Section one extends from Devils Den to Wheatfield Road and Section two extends from the Wheatfield Road to the Emmitsburg Road.