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4th New York Cavalry Monument

Monument is on Pleasonton Avenue, Gettysburg Tour. Charles Federlichner served with this unit during the Civil War, and later lived out his days at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers at Togus, Maine. He was one of nearly 200,000 German immigrants who served the Union during the war. The inscription on the monument reads:

"This regiment participated in
the Gettysburg Campaign until
reaching Hanover Junction
June 30th, when with the Brigade
it was detached and moved to
Manchester where it picketed
the surrounding country until
July 3rd, when it proceeded to
Westminster. On the 4th it
joined Kilpatrick's Division
in pursuit of the enemy and with
it participated at Monterey
Pass that night, and in the many
other cavalry engagements
until the enemy recrossed
the Potomac"


Owner/SourceNational Park Service
PlaceGettysburg, PA
Latitude39.80821535912486
Longitude-77.23532308755375
File name4NYCavMonument.gif
File Size128.78k
Dimensions357 x 589
Linked toCharles FEDERLICHNER

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