On May 10, 1780, on his return to America, Lafayette met with General George Washington and Colonel Alexander Hamilton at Washington's headquarters in Morristown to advise of the formal entry of France on the side of the Americans. Washington's headquarters was a couple of miles from the center of the town, the Green. On the Green was Arnold's Tavern, which Washington used as his headquarters in 1777 after the Battle of Princeton when his troops camped at Jockey Hollow. An imaginative sculpture interprets the event on the Green:
In the middle of the picture you can see the blue square sign in front of the Charles Schwab building that marks the site of Colonel Jacob Arnold's tavern that was on the green. It is intriguing to imagine this conversation looking like this on the Green. Elsewhere on the Green is another sculpture commemorating the militia, which Washington often despised.