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7th New Jersey Infantry Monument at Gettysburg

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Stereoview of the monument to the 7th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. The monument is located south of Gettysburg on the south end of Sickles Avenue. The State of New Jersey dedicated the monument on June 30th, 1888. Colonel Louis R. Francine commanded the regiment at the Battle of Gettysburg. He was mortally wounded on July 2nd, and died on the 16th. Major Frederick Cooper took command of the regiment when Colonel Francine fell. The monument is at the spot where Colonel Francine was mortally wounded. The regiment brought 331 men to the field. It lost 24 men killed, 77 wounded, and 13 missing. Slightly faint with typical wear to the edges.

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