Meade's Pyramid

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The 23-foot tall pyramid of rough-hewn granite stones is a remembrance of a small victory the Confederates had against General Meade's advancing forces. Thankfully for the Union this failed assault was not a decisive factor in the war. The pyramid was built in the 1890s next to a railroad so that it would be visible to passengers from around the nation.