McLean House at AppomattoxItem 4285 info
Maine Historical Society
The regiment later participated in every major battle with the Army of the Potomac, but Gettysburg had been its moment in the sun.
It would never again have as many men in its ranks as it did at Little Round Top.
Col. Chamberlain was soon put in command of a brigade and in 1865 was promoted to Brigadier General and later put in command by Ulysses S. Grant of all Union troops during the surrender of the Confederates.