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The 124th New York Infantry monument at Gettysburg National Military Park.

Journaling Says:
The 124th New York monument is the only monument to feature a full length portrait statue of a regimental commander - Colonel A. Van Horne Ellis. The unit was recruited mostly in Orange county, New York and was known as the "Orange Blossoms." The 124th New York Infantry monument was the first New York regimental monument at Gettysburg. The statue of Colonel Ellis on the top shows him as he was supposed to have stood watching Robertson's Texas brigade advance towards his unit's position with his arms folded. Ellis would later be killed in the fighting on Horck's Ridge.

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