The biggest monument on the battlefield: The Pennsylvania State Monument.
The biggest, most expensive Confederate monument on the battlefield: Virginia State Memorial.
The First Monument: 1st Minnesota Infantry (memorial urn in the National Cemetery, see below main monument).
First Regimental Monument on the Battlefield: 2nd Massachusetts Infantry, near Spangler Spring.
The biggest regimental monument on the battlefield: 44th New York (“The Castle”) on Little Round Top.
The Indian: 42nd New York near the Angle.
Sallie: 11th Pennsylvania Infantry on Oak Ridge.
The Tree: 90th Pennsylvania Infantry.
The Lion: The First Vermont Brigade on Wright Avenue.
The Irish Brigade: New York Irish Brigade near the Loop at the Wheatfield.
Father Corby: Irish Brigade Chaplain, South Hancock Avenue.
The 20th Maine: 20th Maine located on Wright Avenue.
The Owl: 5th Ohio Infantry in Pardee Field.
The Wildcat: 105th Pennsylvania at United States Avenue and the Emmitsburg Road.
The so-called “inventor of baseball”: General Abner Doubleday on Reynolds Avenue.
First Shot of the Battle: Included in the post about the 8th Illinois Cavalry.
Suggestions for other monuments I should include on this list? Write and let me know and I’ll try to include them here.