Current As Of 10 December 1996
South Carolina Historical Society. (Charleston).
Elliott, Barnard. Order Book.
Du Bose, [Isaac]. Order Book.
Laurens, Henry. Papers.
Laurens, John. Papers.
Moultrie-Lincoln Order Book.
Papers of Harriott Pinckney Horry (1748-1830).
Papers of Thomas Pinckney (1750-1828).
South Carolina Library, University of South Carolina. (Columbia).
Burke, Aedanus. Manuscripts.
Butler, William. Manuscripts.
Drayton, Stephen. Manuscripts.
Hart, Oliver. Manuscripts.
Laurens, John. Manuscripts.
Marion, Francis. Manuscripts.
Mayes Family Records.
South Carolina State Archives. (Columbia).
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.
Bailey, N. Louise, et al. Biographical Directory of the South Carolina Senate, 1776-1985. 3 vols. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1986.
Bass, Robert D. Swamp Fox: The Life and Campaigns of General Francis Marion. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1959.
-----. Gamecock: The Life and Campaigns of General Thomas Sumter. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1961.
Bennett, John, compiler. "A List of Noncommissioned Officers and Private Men of the Second South Carolina Continental Regiment of Foot." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 16 (January 1915), pp. 25-33.
Bentham, James. "Regimental Book of Captain James Bentham, 1778-1780." Edited by Robert Bentham Simons. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 53 (1952), pp. 13-18, 101-112, 161-171, 230-240; 54 (1953), pp. 37-47, 88-96, 143-155.
Bethea, Andrew J. The Contributions of Charles Pinckney to The Formation of the American Union. Richmond: Garrett & Massie, 1937.
Boddie, William Willis, compiler. Marion's Men, a list of twenty-five hundred. Charleston: Heisser Printing Co., 1938.
Bowden, David K. The Execution of Isaac Hayne. Lexington, S.C.: Sandlapper Store, 1977.
Brown, Tarleton. Memoirs of Tarleton Brown, a Captain in the Revolutionary Army, Written by Himself. Edited by Charles I. Bushnell. New York: Privately printed, 1862.
Buchanan, J. E. "The Colleton Family and the Early History of South Carolina and Barbados, 1646-1775." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Edinburgh, 1989.
Cann, Marvin L. "Prelude to War: The First Battle of Ninety Six November 19-21, 1775." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 76 (October 1975), pp. 197-214.
Cole, David. "A Brief Outline of the South Carolina Militia System." South Carolina Historical Association Proceedings for 1954, pp. 14-23.
Cooper, Thomas, and D. J. McCord, editors. Statutes at Large of South Carolina. 10 vols. Columbia: A. S. Johnston, 1836-1841.
Copeland, Peter F. "Captain Charles Drayton's Volunteer Company, Charleston, S.C. District, 1775." Military Collector and Historian, 17 (Summer 1965), p. 62.
Cureton, Charles, and Fitzhugh McMaster. "The Charleston Battalion of Artillery, 1778-1797." Military Collector and Historian, 30 (Spring 1978), pp. 24-25.
---- and -----. "South Carolina Regiment of Militia Light Horse, 1781-1782." Military Collector and Historian, 30 (Winter 1978), p. 178.
---- and -----. "South Carolina Light Dragoons, 1781-1782." Military Collector and Historian, 36 (Summer 1984), p. 75.
Dabney, William M., and Marion Dargan. William Henry Drayton and the American Revolution. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1962.
Davis, Nora M. Fort Charlotte on Savannah River and its Significance i the American Revolution. Greenwood, S.C.: Star Fort Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1949.
De Saussure, Wilmot Gibbes, compiler. The Names, as far as can be ascertained, of the officers who served in the South Carolina regiments on the continental establishment; of the officers who served in the militia; of what troops were upon the continental establishment; and of what militia organizations served; together with some miscellaneous information. Columbia: South Carolina General Assembly, 1886.
Drayton, John. Memoirs of the American Revolution, From its Commencement to the Year 1776, Inclusive; as Relating to the State of South-Carolina; and Occasionally Relating to the States of North-Carolina and Georgia. 2 vols. Charleston: A. E. Miller, 1821.
Edgar, Walter B., et al., compilers. Biographical Directory of the South Carolina House of Representatives. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1974 --.
Elliott, Barnard. "Diary of Captain Barnard Elliott." Year Book, City of Charleston for 1889, pp. 151-262.
-----. "Barnard Elliott's Recruiting Journal, 1775." Edited by Joseph W. Barnwell. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 17 (July 1916), pp. 95-100.
Erd, Derby, and Fitzhugh McMaster. "The First and Second South Carolina Regiments, 1775-1780." Military Collector and Historian, 29 (Summer 1977), pp. 70-72.
----- and -----. "The Third South Carolina Regiment (Rangers) 1775-1780." Military Collector and Historian, 32 (Summer 1980), p. 73.
Ervin, Sara S., editor. South Carolinians in the Revolutionary War With Service Records and Miscellaneous Data also Abstracts of Wills, Laurens County (Ninety-Six District) 1775-1855. [Ypsilanti, Mich.?]: N.p., 1949; reprinted Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965.
Farley, M. Foster. "The South Carolina Negro in the American Revolution, 1775-1783." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 79 (April 1978), pp. 75-86.
Ferguson, Clyde R. "General Andrew Pickens." Ph.D. Dissertation, Duke University, 1960.
Flynn, Jean Martin. "South Carolina's Compliance with the Militia Act of 1792." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 69 (January 1968), pp. 26-43.
Fraser, Walter J., Jr. "Reflections of 'Democracy' in Revolutionary South Carolina? The Composition of Military Organizations and the Attitudes and Relationships of the Officers and Men, 1775-1780." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 78 (July 1977), pp. 202-212.
Gervais, John. "Letters from John Gervais to Henry Laurens, 1777-1778." Edited by Raymond Starr. South Carolina Historical Magazine, 66 (January 1965), pp. 15-37.
Gibbes, R. W., editor. Documentary History of the American Revolution. 3 vols. Columbia and New York: Banner Steam-Power Press and D. Appleton & Co., 1853-1857.
Graham, John. "Journal of John Graham, South Carolina Militia, 1779." Edited by C. F. W. Coker. Military Collector and Historian, 19 (Summer 1967), pp. 35-47.
Gregg, Alexander. History of The Old Cheraws: Containing an Account of the Aborigines of the Pedee, The First White Settlements, Their Subsequent Progress, Civil Changes, the Struggle of the Revolution, and Growth of the Country Afterward; Extending from About A.D. 1730 to 1810, with Notices of Families and Sketches of Individuals. New York: Richardson, 1867.
Gregorie, Anne King. Thomas Sumter. Columbia: R. L. Bryan Co., 1931.
Grimké, John Faucheraud. "Order Book of John Faucheraud Grimké. August 1778 to May 1780." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 13 (1912), pp. 42-55, 89-123, 146-153, 205-212; 14 (1913), pp. 44-57, 98-111, 160-170, 219-224; 15 (1914), pp. 51-59, 82-90, 124-132, 166-170; 16 (1915), pp. 39-48, 80-85, 123-128, 178-183; 17 (1916), pp. 26-33, 82-86, 116-120, 167-174; 18 (1917), pp. 78-84, 149-153, 175-179; 19 (1918), pp. 101-104, 181-188.
-----. "Journal of the Campaign to the Southward, May 9th to July 14th, 1778." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 12 (1911), pp. 60-69, 118-134, 190-206.
Harleston, John, editor. "Muster Rolls of the Sixth Regiment South Carolina Continental Troops, made upon 18th March, 1779." Year Book, City of Charleston for 1895, pp. 333-344.
Hayne, Isaac. "Records Kept by Colonel Isaac Hayne." Edited by Mabel L. Webber. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 10 (July, October 1909), pp. 145-170, 220-235; 11 (January, April, July 1910), pp. 27-38, 92-106, 161-172.
Hemphill, William Edwin, and Wylma Anne Waters, editors. Extracts from the Journals of the Provincial Congresses of South Carolina, 1775-1776. Columbia: South Carolina Archives Department, 1960.
-----, et al., editors. Journals of the General Assembly and House of Representatives 1776-1780. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1970.
Hennig, Helen Kohn. Great South Carolinians From Colonial Days to the Confederate War. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1940.
Heyward, James B. "The Heyward Family of South Carolina." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 59 (July, October 1958), pp. 143-158, 206-221.
Hilborn, Nat, and Sam Hilborn. Battleground of Freedom: South Carolina in the Revolution. Columbia: Sandlapper Press, 1970.
Hill, William. Col. William Hill's memoirs of the Revolution. Edited by A. S. Salley, Jr. Columbia: Historical Commission of South Carolina, 1921.
Horry, Peter, and M[ason] L. Weems. The Life of Gen. Francis Marion, A Celebrated Partisan Officer in the Revolutionary War, Against the British Tories in South Carolina and Georgia. 1809. 9th Edition Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1823. [Horry disclaimed authorship.]
----. "Horry's Notes to Weems's Life of Marion." Edited by Alexander S. Salley. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 60 (July 1959), pp. 119-122.
----. "Journal of General Peter Horry." Edited by A. S. Salley. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 38 (1937), pp. 49-53, 81-86, 116-119; 39 (1938), pp. 46-49, 96-99, 1225-128, 157-159; 40 (1939), pp. 11-14, 48-51, 91-96, 142-144; 41 (1940), pp. 15-18; 42 (1941), pp. 8-11, 72-75, 118-121, 189-193; 43 (1942), pp. 57-60, 125-128, 181-184, 251-255; 44 (1943), pp. 55-58, 124-129, 196-199, 255-257; 45 (1944), pp. 51-55, 116-119, 177-181, 222-225; 46 (1945), pp. 54-56, 110-114, 176-179, 218-222; 47 (1946), pp. 58-60, 121-123, 181-183, 243-244; 48 (1947), pp. 53-54, 115-116.
James, William Dobein. A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion and a History of His Brigade from Its Rise in June 1780 Until Disbanded in December 1782. Charleston: Gould and Riley, 1821.
Jervey, Elizabeth Howard, compiler. "Death Notices from the Gazette of the State of South-Carolina, Charleston, S.C." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 50 (July, October 1949), pp. 127-130, 204-208.
Jones, Charles C., Jr. "Sergeant William Jasper." Magazine of History, 8 (November, December 1908), pp. 262-268, 351-356; 9 (March, April 1909), pp. 151-158, 216-219.
Jones, George Fenwick. "Sergeant Johann Wilhelm Jasper." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 65 (Spring 1981), pp. 7-15.
Jones, Lewis P. The South Carolina Civil War of 1775. Lexington, S.C.: Sandlapper Store, 1975.
Jones, Tom, and Fitzhugh McMaster. "Light Infantry Company, Charleston Regiment, South Carolina Militia, 1773-1776." Military Collector and Historian, 39 (Fall 1987), p. 131.
Klein, Rachel N. Unification of a Slave State: The Rise of the Planter Class in the South Carolina Backcountry, 1760-1808. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.
Kyte, George W. "Francis Marion as an Intelligence Officer." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 77 (October 1976), pp. 215-226.
Landrum, John Belton O'Neall. Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina, Embracing for the Most Part the Primitive and Colonial History of the Territory Comprising the Original County of Spartanburg with a General Review of the Entire Military Operations in the Upper Portion of South Carolina and Portions of North Carolina. Greenville: Shannon & Co., 1897.
Lane, George Winston, Jr. "The Middletons of Eighteenth Century South Carolina: A Colonial Dynasty, 1678-1787." Ph.D. Dissertation, Emory University, 1980.
Littell, Charles W. "Major William Jackson, Secretary of the Federal Convention." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 2 (#4, 1878), pp. 353-369.
Logan, John Henry. A history of the upper country of South Carolina; from the earliest periods to the close of the War of Independence. Charleston: S. G. Courtenay, 1859. [Only one volume of a projected series published.]
Lynah, James. "Dr. James Lynah, A Surgeon of the Revolution." Edited by A. S. Salley. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 40 (July 1939), pp. 87-90.
McCrady, Edward. The History of South Carolina in the Revolution. 2 vols. New York: Macmillan Co., 1902.
McMaster, Fitzhugh. "St. Helena Volunteers, South Carolina Militia." Military Collector and Historian, 17 (Fall 1965), pp. 92-93.
Marion, Francis. "Letters of General Francis Marion." Year Book, City of Charleston for 1895, pp. 326-332.
Middleton, Arthur. "Correspondence of Hon. Arthur Middleton, Signer of the Declaration of Independence." Edited by Joseph W. Barnwell. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 26 (October 1925), pp. 183-213; 27 (1926), pp. 1-29, 51-80, 107-155.
Mills, Robert. Statistics of South Carolina, Including a View of its Natural, Civil, and Military History, General and Particular. Charleston: Hurlbut and Lloyd, 1826.
Moore, Horatio Newton. The Life and Times of Gen. Francis Marion With an Appendix. Philadelphia: J. B. Perry, 1845.
Moore, Maurice Augustus. The life of Gen. Edward Lacey, with a list of battles and skirmishes in South Carolina, during the Revolutionary War. Spartanburg: Douglas, Evins & Co., 1859.
Morrow, John Anderson. "6th South Carolina Regiment of Rangers Button Recovered Near Charleston." Military Collector and Historian, 32 (Winter 1980), pp. 176-177.
Moss, Bobby Gilmer, compiler. Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1983.
Moultrie, William. Memoirs of the American Revolution, So far as it Related to the States of North and South Carolina, and Georgia. Compiled from the Most Authentic Materials, the Author's Personal Knowledge of the Various Events, and Including an Epistolary Correspondence on Public Affairs, with Civil and Military Officers of That Period. 2 vols. New York: David Longworth, 1802.
Nadelhaft, Jerome J. The Disorders of War: The Revolution in South Carolina. Orono: University of Maine and Orono Press, 1981.
"Notes and Queries--Thomson." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 3 (July 1902), pp. 177-179.
Olson, Gary D. "Loyalists and the American Revolution: Thomas Brown and the South Carolina Backcountry, 1775-1776." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 68 (October 1967), pp. 201-214; 69 (January 1968), pp. 44-56.
Pickens, Andrew Lee. Skyagunsta: The Border Wizard Owl, Major General Andrew Pickens (1739-1817). Greenville, S.C.: Observer Printing Co., 1934.
Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth. Life of General Thomas Pinckney. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1895.
Pinckney, Thomas. "Letters of Thomas Pinckney, 1775-1780." Edited by Jack L. Cross. South Carolina Historical Magazine, 58 (1957), pp. 19-33, 67-83, 145-162, 224-242.
Pruitt, Jayne Conway. Revolutionary War pension applicants who served from South Carolina. N.P.: N.p., 1946.
Ramsay, David. The History of South Carolina from Its First Settlement in 1670 to the Year 1808. 2 vols. Charleston: David Longworth, 1809.
-----. The History of the Revolution of South-Carolina, from a British Province to an Independent State. 2 vols. Trenton: Isaac Collins, 1785.
Ramsey, Robert W. Carolina Cradle: Settlement of the Northwest Carolina Frontier. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1964.
Rankin, Hugh F. Francis Marion: The Swamp Fox. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1973.
Reynolds, Emily Bellinger, and John Reynolds Faunt, compilers. Biographical Directory of the Senate of the State of South Carolina 1776-1964. Columbia: South Carolina Archives Department, 1964.
Richardson, William. "Letters of William Richardson, 1765-1784." Edited by Emma B. Richardson. South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 47 (January 1946), pp. 1-20.
Risley, Clyde A., and Fitzhugh McMaster. "Fourth South Carolina Regiment (Artillery), 1775-1780." Military Collector and Historian, 31 (Fall 1979), pp. 124-125.
----- and -----. "South Carolina State Regiment of Light Dragoons, 1779-1780." Military Collector and Historian, 38 (Fall 1986), p. 135.
Rogers, George C., Jr. Charleston in the age of the Pinckneys. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1969.
-----. The History of Georgetown County, South Carolina. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1970.
Salley, A[lexander] S. The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina, from its first settlement to the close of the Revolutionary War. Orangeburg: R. L. Berry, 1898.
Sifton, Paul G., editor. "Le Caroline Méridionale: Some French Sources of South Carolina Revolutionary History, with Two Unpublished Letters of Baron de Kalb." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 66 (April 1965), pp. 102-108.
Simms, William Gilmore. Life of Francis Marion. New York: H. G. Langley, 1844.
[-----]. South-Carolina in the revolutionary war; being a reply to certain misrepresentations and mistakes by recent writers in relation to the course and conduct of this state. By a Southron. Charleston: Walker and James, 1853.
-----. "A Memoir of the Pinckney Family of South Carolina." Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 2 (September 1867), pp. 134-139.
Smith, Henry A. M. "General Thomas Sumter." Magazine of History, 8 (1908), pp. 160-167, 219-224, 277-284, 336-340; 9 (1909), pp. 17-22, 80-85, 165-168.
South Carolina. Council of Safety. "Journal of the Second Council of Safety, appointed by the Provisional Congress, November, 1775 [November 30, 1775-26 February 1776]." Collections of the South Carolina Historical Society, 3 (1859), pp. 35-271.
South Carolina Society of the Cincinnati. The Original Institution of the General Society of the Cincinnati ... . Charleston: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1880.
Taylor, B. F. "General William Henderson." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 28 (April 1927), pp. 108-111.
Tennent, William. "Fragments of a Journal Kept by the Rev. William Tennent Describing his Journey, in 1775, to Upper South Carolina at the request of the Council of Safety, to induce the Tories to sign an Association to support the cause of the Colonists." Year Book, City of Charleston for 1894, pp. 295-312.
Turnbull, Robert James. Bibliography of South Carolina, 1563-1950. 6 vols. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1956-1960.
Wade, Arthur P. "Fort Winyaw at Georgetown, 1776-1923." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 84 (October 1983), pp. 214-149.
Wallace, David Duncan. The Life of Henry Laurens, with a Sketch of the Life of Lieutenant-Colonel John Laurens. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1915.
Walsh, Richard. "Christopher Gadsden: Radical or Conservative Revolutionary?" South Carolina Historical Magazine, 63 (October 1962), pp. 195-203.
Waring, Alice Noble. The Fighting Elder: Andrew Pickens (1739-1817). Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1962.
Webber, Mabel L. "The Thomas Pinckney Family of South Carolina." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 39 (January 1938), pp. 15-35.
Weir, Robert M. "A Most Important Epocha": The Coming of the Revolution in South Carolina. Columbia: South Carolina Tricentennial Commission, 1970.
Williams, Frances Leigh. A Founding Family: The Pinckneys of South Carolina. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1978.
Wright, Marcus J., editor. "Revolutionary Troops." Magazine of American History, 20 (November 1888), pp. 416-417.
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