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Sixth Corps, AOP, Field Hospital

Monument Title: Sixth Corps of the Army of the Potomac Photographed: May 31, 2009. Location: The Sixth Corps hospital marker is located 600 feet north of the John Trostle house, near the Hospital Road on the portion that today is known as Goulden Road. Placed near actual sites of 6th US Corps Field Hospitals. Hospitals were established July 2, 1863, near Trostle House east of Rock Creek on Goulden Road.
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11th Corps Hospital

History / US History : Draw the Sword (5 years ago)

The 11th Corps Field Hospital Monument was erected by the War Department between 1911 and 1914. There is a similar plaque for the location of each field hospital for each of the corps in the Army of the Potomac. The 11th Corps hospi... Read Post

6th Corps, 2nd Division (Howe’s Headquarters Monument)

History / US History : Draw the Sword (5 years ago)

Howe’s Division were members of the Sixth Corps of the Army of the Potomac. Location: Taneytown Road and Howe Avenue Monument Specifications: The only atypical division monument / marker on the Gettysburg battlefield. Boulder with b... Read Post

Sixth Corps, Army of the Potomac

History / US History : Draw the Sword (5 years ago)

The Sixth Corps were members of the Army of the Potomac under the command of Maj. Gen. John Sedgwick. Location: Sedgwick Avenue, north of center Monument Specifications: Rock hewn stone square monument with bronze descriptive plaque... Read Post


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