View of the Angle (to your right) along Cemetery Ridge looking over the stone wall defended by Brigadier General Alexander Webb's
In the distance you can see the tree line along Seminary Ridge where Major General Pickett's men stepped forward to make their famous
The monuments along the stone row are, from left to right, the 69th Pennsylvania, the 72nd Pennsylvania, and the 71st near the tree
at the Angle.
CSA Brigadier General Lewis A. Armistead's Virginians breached the Union defenses here but were turned back, killed, or captured by
2nd Corps reinforcements.
The small marker mid-ground between the 71st PA monument and the row of cannon marks the spot where Armistead was mortally wounded.
The Virginia Monument is visible in the cut out in the tree line in the distance just to the left of the 72nd PA monument.
Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania.