Negro-Hut, once occupied by Lafayette, as his Head-
Quarters, before the Battle of Yorktown.
[Gunn�s diary continued]
kick) and the woodwork and tattered plaster,
yawned a couple of fissures letting in the night
and the rain. But in the left attic was a good
fellow, one Babcock, musician, belonging to the
62nd Pennsylvanians, in charge of the instru-
Side view of the above; the Camp, Farenholdx�s house
and York River in the distance.
x See page 139.