The oak trees are descendants of the famous "Clump" that Gen. Robert E. Lee ordered the men of Brig. Gen. James Longstreet's command to aim for in what became known as Pickett's Charge, the Confederacy's failed and costly assault on the center of the Union line along Cemetery Ridge. It happened on the 3rd and final day of the Battle of Gettysburg
It is a plate of fried and boiled onions and apples with salt pork, accompanied by johnny cakes, made of cornmeal, milk and salt. The stainless steel plate copies the tinware that soldiers used. The foldable fork and spoon pair with a knife is a reproduction of a detachable set, the sort that some soldiers carried.
Little Round Top, seen from the boulders of Devil's Den. Most Confederates knew it simply as the Rocky Hill.