1. Barlow’s Knoll; Left for dead by his own troops during the first day’s fighting, General Francis Barlow fell grievously wounded near this spot. Confederate General John B. Gordon’s act of mercy allegedly saved Barlow’s life.
2. Hazlett/Weed Rock; General Stephen Weed had just deployed his brigade down the face of Little Round Top when he fell mortally wounded. Nearby, deploying his battery was Captain Charles Hazlett, a friend of Weed’s from West Point. Bending to hear his friend’s dying words, Hazlett was struck on top of him. This engraving, long a battlefield guide secret, has recently been filled in.
3. Hancock’s Wounding; Involved in the decisive maneuvering on all three days of the battle, Hancock had just ordered a flanking attack to Pickett’s charge when shrapnel drove into his upper thigh. This small monument marks the place where the hero of Gettysburg received his wound.