Alexander Scammell rather than Alexander Hamilton might have led the October 14, 1781, assault on British Redoubt No. 10 at Yorktown, depicted in a watercolor by Arthur Shilstone, had he not died a week earlier of a gunshot wound.

Alexander Scammell rather than Alexander Hamilton might have led the October 14, 1781, assault on British Redoubt No. 10 at Yorktown, depicted in a watercolor by Arthur Shilstone, had he not died a week earlier of a gunshot wound.

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