The Americans #903
Private James A. Payette
Infantry Private, 1776

Private James Payette, crouching in the high grass a
few miles north of the hamlet of Cowpens
measured the distance between himself and the
dreaded "tories" of Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton.
A veteran of the disaster at Camden, young Payette
was now a seasoned veteran, whose steadiness
and discipline were about to help shatter British
domination in South Carolina.
Colonel David Hall's regiment saw action
at Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill, the siege
of Ninety-Six, Eutaw Springs, and the siege of Yorktown.
They were officially disbanded in October, 1783.

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Painted by Bob Knee