As the British surged onward towards victory, a young major general named the Marquis de Lafayette attempted to rally the Americans to halt the British.
In this painting by E. Percy Moran, Lafayette looks like he has single-handedly changed the tide of the battle. Unfortunately, that was not the case.
Frank E. Schoovener shows Lafayette and a rag-tag group of Americans advancing into the fog of war. The flag is based both on the 11th Virginia Regiment and two other Virginia regimental flags captured by Banastre Tarleton.
Victor A. Searles' illustration is a bizarre hodge-podge of 18th Century costume, but does capture the impression of a close-quarters melee.