When was it dedicated? 1887.
What is it made out of? Granite.
Who made it? Erected by the 71st Pennsylvania Infantry.
What does it depict? Small engraved stone marker erected by the veterans of the 71st Pennsylvania Infantry to honor Cushing’s sacrifice. Marker is rough cut granite with an excised polished face and incised inscription. Overall height is 1.5 feet.
What does it honor? Indicates spot where Lt. Alonzo H. Cushing was mortally wounded July 3, 1863.
Inscription: Erected in honor of / Lt. A.H. Cushing / and his 4th U.S. Battery A by / Col. R. Penn Smith / and his regiment / 71st Pa. Vols.
When was this photograph taken? February 7, 2009.
Where is it located? Near the main monument at the Angle.
Is this monument located along the NPS Auto Tour route? Yes.
Has this monument been moved or changed? This monument has not been changed or moved.
Main Profile: Monument to 4th United States Artillery Battery A Monument.