Current As Of 10 December 1996
North Carolina Department of Archives and History. (Raleigh).
Brevard, Alexander. Papers.
Burke, Thomas. Papers.
Caswell, Richard. Papers.
Graham, Joseph. Papers.
Nash, Abner. Papers.
Robeson, John A. Collection.
Schenck, David. Papers.
Board of War Journals and Correspondence.
Troop Returns, 1747-1859.
Mecklenburg County Militia Records, 1771-1775.
Secretary of State's Office Papers.
Miscellaneous Revolution Papers.
Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina. (Chapel Hill).
Lenoir Family Papers.
Lytle, W. F. Papers.
North Carolina State Papers.
North Carolina Historical Society Miscellaneous Papers.
Albertson, Catherine Seyton. In Ancient Albemarle. Raleigh: Commercial Printing Co., 1914.
Alexander, C. B. "Richard Caswell." North Carolina Historical Review, 23 (1946), pp. 13-31, 119-141, 287-312.
Allen, Penelope Johnson, editor. Tennessee Soldiers in the Revolution, a Roster of Soldiers Living During the Revolutionary War in the Counties of Washington and Sullivan, Taken from the Revolutionary Army accounts of North Carolina. Bristol: King Printing Co., 1935.
Angellotti, Mrs. Frank M. "The Polks of North Carolina and Tennessee." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 77 (1923), pp. 133-145, 213-227, 250-270; 78 (1924), pp. 33-53, 159-177, 318-330.
Arthur, John Preston. Western North Carolina: A History (From 1730 to 1913). Raleigh: Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., 1914.
Ashe, Samuel A'Court. Rutherford's expedition against the Indians, 1776, by Captain S. A. Ashe. Raleigh: E. M. Uzzell & Co., 1904.
-----, editor. Biographical History of North Carolina from Colonial Times to the Present. 8 vols. Greensboro: C. L. Van Nopper, 1905-1917.
Bartholomees, James Boone, Jr. "Fight or Flee: The Combat Performance of the North Carolina Militia in the Cowpens-Guilford Courthouse Campaign, January to March 1781." Ph.D. Dissertation, Duke University, 1978.
Battle, Kemp Plummer. "Career of Brigadier-General Jethro Sumner One of North Carolina's Revolutionary Officers." Magazine of American History, 26 (December 1891), pp. 415-433.
Beasley, Paul W. "The Life and Times of Isaac Shelby 1750-1826." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Kentucky, 1968.
Caruthers, E[li] W[ashington]. Revolutionary Incidents; and Sketches of Character, chiefly in the 'Old North State'. Philadelphia: Hayes & Zell, 1854.
-----. Interesting Revolutionary Incidents; and Sketches of Character, chiefly in the 'Old North State'. Philadelphia: Hayes & Zell, 1856.
Clark, Walter. "General William Richardson Davie 1756-1820." Magazine of American History, 28 (December 1892), pp. 415-430.
-----, et al., editors. The State Records of North Carolina. 16 vols. Winston and Goldsboro: Various publishers, 1895-1907.
Connor, Robert D. W. Revolutionary Leaders of North Carolina. High Point: North Carolina State Normal & Industrial College, 1916.
Corbitt, David Lercy. The Formation of the North Carolina Counties, 1663-1943. Raleigh: Department of Archives and History, 1950.
Daves, Edward Graham. Maryland and North Carolina in the campaign of 1780-1781; with a preliminary notice of the earlier battles of the revolution, in which the troops of the two states won distinction. Baltimore: J. Murphy & Co., 1893.
Davis, Charles L. A Brief History of the North Carolina Troops on the Continental Establishment in the War of the Revolution. Philadelphia: N.p., 1896.
Davis, Sallie J. "North Carolina's Part in the Revolution." South Atlantic Quarterly, 2 (October 1903), pp. 314-324; 3 (January, April 1904), pp. 27-38, 154-165.
Driver, Carl S. John Sevier, Pioneer of the Old Southwest. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1932.
French, Laura P. "The Wilmington Committee of Public Safety and the Loyalist Rising of February 1776." North Carolina Historical Review, 41 (June 1964), pp. 21-33.
Ganyard, Robert Loyal. "North Carolina During the American Revolution: The First Phase, 1774-1777." Ph.D. Dissertation, Duke University, 1963.
Graham, William A. General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History. Raleigh: Edwards & Broughton, 1904.
Hay, Gertrude Sloan, editor. Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution with an Appendix Containing a Collection of Miscellaneous Records. Durham: North Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution, 1932.
Iredell, James. The Papers of James Iredell. Edited by Don Higginbotham. Raleigh: Division of Archives and History, 1976---.
Jones, Joseph Seawell. A Defense of the Revolutionary History of the State of North Carolina from the Aspersions of Mr. Jefferson. Boston and Raleigh: C. Bowen and Turner and Hughes, 1834.
Lazenby, Mary Elinor. Catawba Frontier 1775-1781: Memories of Pensioners. Washington: Privately printed, 1950.
Lefler, Hugh, and Paul Wager, editors. Orange County, 1752-1952. Chapel Hill: Privately printed, 1953.
Lightfoot, Marise Parish. Let The Drums Roll: Veterans and Patriots of the Revolutionary War Who Settled in Maury County, Tennessee. Nashville: Parthenon Press for the Maury County Historical Society, 1976.
Lutz, Paul V. "A State's Concern for the Soldier's Welfare: How North Carolina Provided for Her Troops During the Revolution." North Carolina Historical Review, 42 (July 1965), pp. 315-318.
McEachern, Leora H., and Isabel M. Williams, editors. Wilmington-New Hanover Safety Committee Minutes, 1774-1776. Wilmington: Wilmington-New Hanover County American Revolution Bi-centennial Association, 1974.
McMaster, Fitzhugh. "Some Notes on North Carolina." Military Collector and Historian, 33 (Summer 1981), p. 80.
McMurtrie, Douglas C. The Proceedings of the Revolutionary Committee of the Town of Newbern, North Carolina, 1775. Chicago: Chicago School of Printing, 1938.
Massengill, Stephen E. North Carolina Votes on the Constitution: A Roster of Delegates to the State Ratification Conventions of 1788 and 1789. Raleigh: North Carolina Division of Archives and History, 1988.
Medley, Mary L. History of Anson County, North Carolina, 1750-1976. Wadesboro: Anson County Historical Society, 1976.
Merrens, Harry Roy. Colonial North Carolina in the Eighteenth Century: A Study in Historical Geography. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1964.
Murfree, W. L. "Colonel Hardy Murfree of the North Carolina Continental Line." North Carolina Booklet, 17 (January 1918), pp. 160-164.
Naisawald, L. Van Loan. "Major General Robert Howe's Activities in South Carolina and Georgia, 1776-1779." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 35 (March 1951), pp. 23-30.
-----. "Robert Howe's Operations in Virginia, 1775-1776." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 60 (July 1952), pp. 437-443.
Nash, Frank. "The Continental Line of North Carolina." North Carolina Booklet, 17 (January 1918), pp. 105-134.
Neal, John Washington. "Life and Public Services of Hugh Williamson." Trinity College Historical Society Papers, 13 (1919), pp. 62-115.
North Carolina Historical Records Survey Project, Works Progress Administration. Guide to the Manuscripts in the Southern Historical Collection of the University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1941.
Oates, John A. The Story of Fayetteville and the Upper Cape Fear. 1950. 3d Edition, Fayetteville: Fayetteville Woman's Club, 1981.
Rankin, Hugh F. The North Carolina Continentals. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1971.
Robinson, Blackwell P. William R. Davie. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1957.
-----. A History of Moore County, North Carolina, 1747-1847. Southern Pines, N.C.: Moore County Historical Association, 1956.
Rockwell, E. F. "Rowan County, North Carolina, In 1774." Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 5 (February 1869), pp. 118-123.
Russell, Phillips. North Carolina in the Revolutionary War. Charlotte: Heritage Printers, 1965.
Sappington, Roger E. "North Carolina and the Non-Resistant Sects During the American War of Independence." Quaker History, 60 (Spring 1971), pp. 29-47.
Saunders, William L., editor. The Colonial Records of North Carolina. 10 vols. Raleigh: Various publishers, 1886-1890.
Schmidt, William John. "The North Carolina Delegates in the Continental Congress, 1774-1781." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1968.
Sweeny, William M., editor. Captain Thomas Cook (1752-1841); A Soldier of the Revolution. N.P.: N.p., .
Wheeler, Earl Milton. "The Role of the North Carolina Militia in the Beginning of the American Revolution." Ph.D. Dissertation, Tulane University, 1969.
-----. "Development and Organization of the North Carolina Militia." North Carolina Historical Review, 41 (July 1964), pp. 307-323.
Wheeler, John H. Sketch of the Life of Richard Dobbs Spaight of North Carolina. Baltimore: William K. Boyle, 1880.
Williamson, Hugh. The History of North Carolina. Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, 1812.