This is the gate of the Evergreen Cemetery, which gives Cemetery hill its name. It looks much the same as it did in July 1863, apart from the paved road and the nice landscaping. On the second day, the Southerners took the crest of this hill, along with the gate. But they were unsupported, and were driven off by Union re-reinforcements. Lee's best chance to win the battle slipped away due to poor generalship by Ewell, who turned out to be a disappointing replacement for the dead Stonewall Jackson.