Cemetery Ridge looking towards the Confederate lines on Seminary Ridge. The low stone wall marks the line held by Union Brigadier General Alexander Hays
of General Hancock's 2nd Corps. The Abraham Bryan barn stands to the right near the 111th New York Monument. The Angle and the Copse of Trees
are visible to the left with the Codori Farm just beyond the Angle. To the immediate left of the 12th New Jersey monument you can see in the
mid-ground the monument to the 8th Ohio, the regiment that helped to flank the Confederate left during Pickett's Charge (although it was
Brigadier Generals J. Johnston Pettigrew's and Isaac R. Trimble's men who approached Hays' line at this point). You can see the Virginia
monument in the distant tree line to the right of the pine tree in the mid-ground. That pine tree marks the spot of Camp Colt, formerly
on the grounds of this battlefield, dedicated in 1954 by the men to their commanding officer, Captain Dwight D. Eisenhower. His men
planted the tree using soil brought in from each of the then 48 States.
Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania.