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Adams, Randolph G. "Cartography of the British Attack on Fort Moultrie in 1776." In W. W. Bishop and A. Keough, editors, Essays Offered to Herbert Putnam (New Haven, 1929).

Anonymous. "Evacuation of Charleston, S.C., 1782." Magazine of American History, 8 (December 1882).

Ashe, S. A. "The Battle of Shallow Ford." Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 9 (July 1927).

Ashmore, Otis, and C. H. Olmstead. "The Battles of Kettle Creek and Briar Creek." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 10 (June 1926).

Babits, Lawrence. A Devil of a Whipping: The Battle of the Cowpens (Charlotte, 1998).

Baldwin, Samuel. "Diary of Events in Charleston, S.C., from March 20th to April 20th, 1780." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, 2 (May 1847).

Bargar, B. D. "Charles Town Loyalism in 1775: The Secret Reports of Alexander Innes." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 63 (July 1962)

Barnwell, Joseph W. "The Evacuation of Charleston by the British in 1782." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 11 (January 1910).

Barnwell, Joseph W. editor. "Letters to General Greene and Others." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 16 (July, October 1915); 17 (January, April 1916).

Bass, Robert D. Ninety Six: The Struggle for the South Carolina Back Country (Orangeburg, 1978).

Bearss, Edwin C. The Battle of the Cowpens: A Documented Narrative and Troop Movement Maps (Washington, 1967).

Bennett, John. "Marion-Gadsden Correspondence." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 41 (April 1940).

Bulger, William Thomas, Jr. "The British Expedition to Charleston, 1779-1780." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1957.

Campbell, Colin, ed. The Journal of Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Campbell During the Invasion of Georgia, 1777-1779 (Darien, 1981).

Cann, Marvin L. "War in the Backcountry: The Siege of Ninety Six, May 22-June 19, 1781." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 72 (January 1971).

Cann, Marvin L. "Prelude to War: The First Battle of Ninety-Six, November 19-21, 1775." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 76 (October 1975).

Cannon, Opal C. "Lieutenant Colonel James Grant's Governorship of East Florida, 1764-1777." MA Thesis, University of South Carolina, 1973.

Cashin, Edward J. Augusta and the American Revolution: Events in the Georgia Back Country, 1777-1783 (Dairen, 1975).

Cashin, Edward J. "Nathanael Greene's Campaign for Georgia in 1781." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 61 (Spring 1977).

Clark, Mutrie Jane. Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War: Official Rolls of Loyalists Recruited from North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana (1981).

Clark, Mutrie Jane. Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War: Official Rolls of Loyalists Recruited from Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Those Recruited from Other Colonies for the British Legion, Guides and Pioneers, Loyal Foresters, and Queen's Rangers (1981).

Clinton, Henry. "Sir Henry Clinton's 'Journal of the siege of Charleston, 1780.'" Edited by William T. Bulger, Jr. South Carolina Historical Magazine, 66 (July 1965).

Clodfelter, Mark A. "Between Virtue and Necessity: Nathanael Greene and The Conduct of Civil-Military Relations in the South, 1780-1782." Military Affairs, 52 (October 1988).

Cole, Richard C. "The Siege of Savannah and the British Press, 1779-1780." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 65 (Fall 1981).

Coleman, Charles Watson, Jr., editor. "The Southern Campaign 1781 From Guilford Court House to the Siege of York, Narrated from the letters from Judge St. George Tucker to his wife." Magazine of American History, 7 (July, September 1881).

Conrad, Dennis M. "Nathanael Greene and the Southern Campaigns, 1780-1783." Ph.D. Dissertation, Duke University, 1979.

Cox, William E. "Brigadier-General John Ashe's Defeat in the Battle of Brier Creek." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 57 (Summer 1973).

Cruger, John Harris. "The Siege of Savannah 1779 As Related by Colonel John Harris Cruger." Edited by Henry C. Van Schaack. Magazine of American History, 2 (August 1878).

Davidson, Chalmers. Piedmont Partisan: The Life and Times of Brigadier-General William Lee Davidson (Davidson, 1951).

Davis, Burke. The Cowpens-Guilford Courthouse Campaign (Philadelphia, 1962).

Davis, Burke. The Campaign That Won America: The Story of Yorktown (New York, 1970).

Davis, Robert S. "The British Invasion of Georgia in 1778." Atlanta Historical Journal, 24 (1980).

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. "The Loyalist Trials at Ninety-Six in 1779." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 80 (April 1979).

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. "Thomas Pinckney and the Last Campaign of Horatio Gates." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 86 (April 1985).

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr., and Kenneth H. Thomas, Jr. Kettle Creek: The Battle of the Cane Brakes Wilkes County, Georgia. Manuscript prepared by the Department of Natural Resources, State of Georgia, 30 August 1974, as revised 30 April 1975.

Dederer, John Morgan. "Making Bricks Without Straw: Nathanael Greene's Southern Campaign and Mao Tse-Tung's Mobile War." Military Affairs, 47 (October 1983).

Demon, Robert O. The Loyalists of North Carolina During the Revolution (Durham, 1940).

de Peyster, J. Watts. "King's Mountain: The Oriskany of the South." Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 5 (March 1869).

de Peyster, J. Watts. "The Affair at King's Mountain 7th October 1780." Magazine of American History, 5 (December 1880).

Draper, Lyman C. King's Mountain and Its Heroes (Cincinnati, 1881).

Dykeman, Wilma. With Fire and Sword: The Battle of King's Mountain, 1780 (Washington, 1978).

Emmett, Thomas Addis, editor. "The Southern Campaign 1780. Letters of Major General Gates From 21st June to 31st August." Magazine of American History, 5 (October 1880).

Emmett, Thomas Addis, editor. "Orders Issued by Major Genl. Gates while Commanding the Southern Army, July 26th to August 31st 1780." Magazine of American History, 5 (October 1880).

Ferguson, Clyde R. "Carolina and Georgia Patriot and Loyalist Militia in Action, 1778-1783." In Jeffrey J. Crow and Larry E. Tise, editors, The Southern Experience in the American Revolution (Chapel Hill, 1978).

Frasché, Louis D. F. "Problems of Command: Cornwallis, Partisans and Militia, 1780." Military Review, 57 (April 1977).

Furlong, Patrick J. "Civilian-Military Conflict and the Restoration of the Royal Province of Georgia, 1778-1782." Journal of Southern History, 38 (1972).

Gaston, Joseph. "A Reminiscence of the War of the Revolution, in South Carolina." Historical Magazine, 3d Ser., 2 (August 1973).

Gray, Robert. "Colonel Robert Gray's Observations on the War in Carolina." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 11(1910).

Greene, Jerome A. The Guns of Independence: The Siege of Yorktown, 1781 (New York, 2005).

Habersham, John. "Habersham's Indian Expedition. Georgia--1782." Historical Magazine, 4 (May 1860)

Harden, William. "Account of the Siege of Savannah, From a British Source." Georgia Historical Society Collections, 5 (Part I, 1901).

Heidler, David S. "The American Defeat at Briar Creek, 3 March 1779." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 66 (Fall 1982).

Horry, P[eter]. "Battle of Fort Moultrie." Historical Magazine, 3 (August 1859).

Hough, Franklin Benjamin. The Siege of Savannah in 1779: As Described in Two Contemporaneous Journals of French Officers in the Fleet of Count Charles d'Estaing (Albany, 1874).

Hough, Franklin B., editor. The Siege of Savannah by the Combined American and French Forces, Under the Command of Gen. Lincoln and the Count D'Estaing, in the Autumn of 1779. (Albany, 1866).

Hough, Franklin B., editor. The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton which Terminated with the Surrender of that Place on the 12th of May, 1780. (Albany, 1867).

Hutson, Richard. "Letters of the Hon. Rich'd Hutson." Year Book, City of Charleston for 1895.

Johnson, Cecil. British West Florida, 1763-1783 (New Haven, 1943).

Johnson, Joseph. Traditions and Reminiscences Chiefly of the American Revolution in the South. (Charleston, 1851).

Jones, Charles C., Jr., editor. The Siege of Savannah, in 1779, As Described in Two Contemporary Journals of French Officers in the Fleet of Count D'Estaing. (Albany, 1874).

Jones, Charles C., Jr., editor. "Memorandum of the Route pursued by Colonel Campbell and his column of invasion in 1779, from Savannah to Augusta; with a Narrative of occurrences connected with his march, and a record of some of the military events which transpired in that portion of the Province of Georgia during the War of the Revolution." Magazine of American History, 18 (September-October 1887).

Kennedy, Benjamin, editor. Muskets, Cannon Balls and Bombs. (Savannah, 1973).

Kennett, Lee, translator and editor. "Charleston in 1778: A French Intelligence Report." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 66 (April 1965).

Kepner, Francis Reece, editor. "A British View of the Siege of Charleston, 1776." Journal of Southern History, 11 (February 1945).

Kyte, George W. "The British Invasion of South Carolina in 1780." Historian, 14 (Spring 1952).

Kyte, George W. "Victory in the South: An Appraisal of General Greene's Strategy in the Carolinas." North Carolina Historical Review, 37 (July 1960).

Kyte, George W. "General Greene's Plans for the Capture of Charleston, 1781-1782." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 61 (April 1960).

Kyte, George W. "Francis Marion as an Intelligence Officer." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 77 (October 1976).

Kyte, George W. "Thaddeus Kosciuszko at the Liberation of Charleston, 1782." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 84 (January 1983).

Landers, H. L. The Battle of Camden, South Carolina, August 16, 1780 (Washington, 1929).

Lawrence, Alexander A. Storm over Savannah: The Story of Count d'Estaing and the Siege of the Town in 1779. (Athens, 1951).

Lawrence, Alexander A. "General Robert Howe and the British Capture of Savannah in 1778." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 36 (December 1952).

Lee, Henry, Jr. Campaign of 1781 in the Carolinas; with Remarks Historical and Critical on Johnson's Life of Greene. (Philadelphia, 1824).

Lee, Henry, Jr.. Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States. By Henry Lee. Edited by Robert E. Lee. (New York, 1869.)

Lee, Henry, Jr. "Letters of H. Lee, Jr., to R. H. Lee." Historical Magazine, 9 (September 1865).

Lennon, Donald R. "'The Graveyard of American Commanders': The Continental Army's Southern Department, 1776-1778." North Carolina Historical Review, 67 (April 1990).

Lowndes, Rawlins. "Three Letters of Rawlins Lowndes, 1778 and 1779." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 10 (January 1911).

Lumpkin, Henry. From Savannah to Yorktown: The American Revolution in the South. (Columbia, 1981).

McCrady, Edward, editor. "Official Correspondence Between Brigadier-General Thomas Sumter and Major-General Nathaniel [sic] Greene." Year Book, City of Charleston for 1899.

McGowen, George Smith. The British Occupation of Charleston, 1780-1782 (Columbia, 1972).

Magallon de la Morlière, Louise-Antoine. "A French Account of the Siege of Charleston, 1780." Translated by Richard K. Murdoch. South Carolina Historical Magazine, 67 (July 1966).

Marion, Francis. "A Letter From Francis Marion to General Greene." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 36 (October 1935).

Massey, Gregory De Van. "The British Expedition to Wilmington, January-November 1781." North Carolina Historical Review, 66 (October 1988).

Moore, Frank, editor. "Siege of Savannah 1779: General Orders of the Count D'Estaing for the Attack by the Allied Forces 8th and 9th October." Magazine of American History, 2 (September 1878).

Morill, Dan L. Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution (Amer, 1993).

Morris, Lewis. "Letters to General Lewis Morris." New-York Historical Society Collections for 1875.

Morris, Lewis. "Letters from Col. Lewis Morris to Miss Ann Elliott." Edited by D. E. Huger Smith. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 40 (October 1939); 41 (January 1940).

Moss, Bobby Gilmer. Roster of the Loyalists in the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge (Blacksburg, 1992).

Moss, Bobby Gilmer. Loyalists at King's Mountain (Blacksburg, 1998).

Moss, B. G. "Role of the Scots and Scotch-Irish in the Southern Campaigns in the War of American Independence, 1780-3." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of St. Andrews, 1979.

Murdoch, Richard K. "A Note on 'A French Account of the Siege of Charleston, 1780.'" South Carolina Historical Magazine, 69 (January 1968).

Myers, Theodoras Baily, editor. Cowpens Papers: Being Correspondence of General Morgan and Prominent Actors. (Charleston, 1881).

Naisawald, L. Van Loan. "Major General Robert Howe's Activities in South Carolina and Georgia, 1776-1779." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 35 (March 1951).

Namours, Alfred. Haiti et la guerre de l'independance Americaine. (Haiti, 1950).

Nunis, Doyce B., ed. "Colonel Archibald Campbell's March from Savanah to Augusta, 1779." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 45 (1961).

Olson, Gary D. "Thomas Brown, Partisan, and the Revolutionary War in Georgia, 1777-1782." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 54 (Spring-Summer 1970).

Olson, Gary D. "Dr. David Ramsay and Lt. Colonel Thomas Brown: Patriot Historian and Loyalist Critic." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 77 (October 1976).

Owens, James M. "The Site of the First Eventful Failure of Lord Cornwallis." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 44 (July 1936).

[Paltsits, Victor H., editor]. "The Siege of Charleston. 1780." Year Book, City of Charleston for 1897.

Pancake, John S. The Destructive War: The British Campaign in the Carolinas, 1780-1782. (University, 1985).

Pierce, William. "Southern Campaign of General Greene 1781-2: Letters of Major William Pierce to St. George Tucker." Edited by Charles Watson Coleman, Jr. Magazine of American History, 7 (December 1881).

Pinckney, Thomas. "General Gates' Southern Campaign." Historical Magazine, 10 (August 1886).

Prevost, Augustine. "Papers Relating to the Allied Attack on Savannah in 1779." Historical Magazine, 8 (September 1864).

"Proceedings of a General Court Martial, Held at Philadelphia, In the State of Pennsylvania, By Order of His Excellency General Washington, Commander in Chief of the Army of the United States of America For the Trial of Major General Howe, December 7, 1781. Major General Baron Steuben, President." New-York Historical Society Collections for 1879..

Pugh, Robert Coplin. "The Cowpens Campaign and the American Revolution." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois, 1951. Pugh, Robert Coplin. "The Revolutionary Militia in the Southern Campaign, 1780-1781." William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 14 (April 1957).

Rankin, Hugh F. "The Moore's Creek Bridge Campaign, 1776." North Carolina Historical Review, 30 (January 1953).

Rankin, Hugh F. "Cowpens: Prelude to Yorktown." North Carolina Historical Review, 31 (July 1954)

Rhea, Robert R. "Brigadier Frederick Haldimand: The Florida Years." Florida Historical Quarterly, 54 (1976).

Roberts, Kenneth. The Battle of Cowpens: The Great Morale-Builder. (Garden City, 1958).

Robertson, Heard. "The Second British Occupation of Augusta, 1780-1781." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 58 (Winter 1974).

Robson, Eric. "The Expedition to the Southern Colonies, 1775-1776." English Historical Review, 66 (October 1951).

Rockwell, E. F. "The Battle of Ramsour's Mill." Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 2 (July 1867).

Rockwell, E.F. The Battle of Cow-Pens." Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 2 (December 1867).

Roe, Clara Goldsmith. "Major General Nathanael Greene and the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution, 1780-83." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1947.

Rutledge, John. "Letters of John Rutledge." Edited by Joseph W. Barnwell. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 17 (October 1916); 18 (1917).

Rutledge, John. "John Rutledge to Benjamin Lincoln." Edited by Worthington C. Ford. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 25 (July 1924).

Saint-Marc, Meyronnet de. "Meyronnet de Saint-Marc's Journal of the Operations of the French Army Under D'Estaing at the Siege of Savannah, September, 1779." Edited by Roberta Leighton. New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 36 (July 1952).

Salley, A. S., Jr. "The Battle of Stono." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 5 (April 1904).

Schenck, David. North Carolina 1780-'81. Being a History of the Invasion of the Carolinas By the British Army under Lord Cornwallis. (Raleigh, 1889).

Searcy, Martha C. The Georgia-Florida Contest in the American Revolution 1776-1778. (University, 1986).

Searcy, Martha C. "The Georgia-Florida Campaigns in the American Revolution: 1776, 1777, and 1778." Ph.D. Dissertation, Tulane University, 1979.

Searcy, Martha C. "1779: The First Year of the British Occupation of Georgia." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 67 (Summer 1983).

Shelby, Isaac. "Battle of King's Mountain October 7, 1780." Edited by J. Warren S. Dey. Magazine of American History, 5 (November 1880).

Shy, John. "British Strategy for Pacifying the Southern Colonies, 1778-1781." In Jeffrey J. Crow and Larry E. Tise, editors, The Southern Experience in the American Revolution (Chapel Hill, 1978).

Skelly, F. "Demonstration Against Charleston, South Carolina, in 1779: Journal of Brigade Major F. Skelly." Edited by Charles C. Jones, Jr. Magazine of American History, 26 (August, November 1891).

Smith, Josiah. "Josiah Smith's Diary, 1780-1781." Edited by Mabel L. Webber. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 33 (1932); 34 (1933).

Smith, W. Calvin. "Mermaids Riding Alligators: Divided Command on the Southern Frontier, 1776-1778." Florida Historical Quarterly, 54 (April 1976).

Stevens, John Austin. "The Southern Campaign 1780: Gates at Camden." Magazine of American History, 5 (1880).

Stoesen, Alexander R. "The British Occupation of Charleston, 1780-1782." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 63 (April 1962).

Sull, Allan. "The Role of the Militia in the Southern States during the War for Independence, 1775-1783." Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1979.

Summers, Lewis Preston. History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786, Washington County, 1777-1870. (Richmond, 1903).

Tarleton, [Banastre]. A History of the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781, in the Southern Provinces of North America. (London, 1787.)

Treacy, Mildred Freeman. Prelude to Yorktown: The Southern Campaign of Nathaniel [sic] Greene, 1780-1781. (Chapel Hill, 1963).

Treac, Mildred Freeman. "Nathaniel [sic] Greene and the Southern Campaign: August, 1780-April 1781." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Utah, 1962.

Uhlendorf, Bernhard Alexander. The Siege of Charleston (Ann Arbor, 1938).

United States Army War College. Historical Statements Concerning the Battle of Kings Mountain and the Battle of the Cowpens, South Carolina (Washington, 1928).

Walton, George. "Two Interesting Letters of Hon. George Walton." Edited by Charles C. Jones, Jr. Magazine of American History, 23 (June 1890).

Weigley, Russell F. The Partisan War: The South Carolina Campaign of 1780-1782 (Columbia, 1970).

Weller, Jac. "Irregular but Effective: Partisan Weapons Tactics in the American Revolution, Southern Theater." Military Affairs, 21 (Fall 1957).

Weller, Jac. "The Irregular War in the South." Military Affairs, 24 (Fall 1960).

White, Katherine Keogh. The King's Mountain Men: The Story of the Battle, with Sketches of the American Soldiers Who Took Part (Baltimore, 1966).

Wilson, John. "Lieutenant John Wilson's 'Journal of the Siege of Charleston.” Edited by Joseph Ioor Waring. South Carolina Historical Magazine, 66 (July 1965).

Winn, Richard. "General Richard Winn's Notes--1780." Edited by Samuel C. Williams. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 43 (October 1942).

Wright, J. Leitch. Florida in the American Revolution (Gainsville, 1975).

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