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American Revolution. British surrendering their arms to Gen. Washington after the defeat at York Town in Virginia, October 19, 1781. American and French officers are on left; Surrendering British are on right. Lithograph after a painting by John Francis Renault. At far left is James Armistead, an enlisted African American slave, who served as a valet for La Fayette
American Revolution. Surrender British army commanded by Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, Virginia, Oct. 19, 1781. In center, British Gen. Charles OHara, Cornwallis adjutant, surrendered his sword to mounted Major Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, Washingtons second-in-command. Generals Rochambeau and Washington are behind the central group, mounted, standing apart from the larger group of French officers (on left) and Americans (on right). Standing 4th from right is Alexander Hamilton
American Revolution. Popular print depicts the Surrender British at Yorktown, Virginia, Oct. 19, 1781. Lord Cornwallis was not at the ceremony, but his sword was carried by adjutant, Gen. Charles OHara, who was required to surrender it to an officer of his own rank, Washingtons adjutant, Gen. Benjamin Lincoln
American Revolution. Surrender British army commanded by Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, Virginia, Oct. 19, 1781. Officers from the French and American armies are depicted at the surrender of General Cornwallis sword, carried by his adjutant, Gen. Charles OHara. General Washington points toward his second in command, Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, indicating the absent commanders sword would be accepted by an officer of OHaras rank
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