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  1. 10th Regiment of Foot, A Manual of Military Exercise and Commonly Practiced Manoevres . 2006, His Majesty’s Tenth Regiment of Foot, American Contingent.

  2. 17th Regiment of Light Dragoons, Historical Record of , Lancers [1759-1841],... (London: John W Parker, West Strand, 1841). Excerpt: 1759-1784.
    British Library record: Title: Historical Record of the Seventeenth Regiment of Light Dragoons, Lancers [1759-1841] ... Illustrated, etc. Main heading: ENGLAND. Departments of State and Official Bodies. Army. Cavalry. Cavalry Regiments. Seventeenth (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers Publication details: pp. viii. 84. 1841. Shelfmark: 8829.c.27. Notes: In. infra: Army. [Appendix.] Historical Records, etc. 1837, etc. 8o.

  3. Archive Seventeenth Regiment of Light Dragoons, Lancers, Historical Record of the , Richard Cannon. Published 1841, J. W. Parker. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  4. "18th Century Documents" the Avalon Project at Yale Law School,

  5. 35th Regiment of Foot, Grenadier Co., Video version "Manual of Arms 1764".

  6. JR 37th Light Infantry Company Order Book, 1778-1781, Captain Eyre Coote, transcribed and edited by Paul L. Pace, 1778 account tables transcribed by Don Hagist. Copyrighted: made available for personal use and study; may not be published without permission of transcriber. Also, available here on RevWar75.com.

  7. Archive 64th Regiment of Foot during the American Revolution. Note that *all* links to this site are on Archive.org, requiring *lots* of time to load. This is/was a great site and deserves to be back online actively somewhere. Great website with relevant articles, including:

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  8. Archive Acts of the General Assembly of Georgia April - May 1821, Milledgeville, 1821. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  9. Archive Adair, James, trader with the Indians, The History of the American Indians ... "particularly those nations adjoining to the Missisippi [!] East and West Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina, and Virginia: containing an account of their origin, language, manners, religious and civil customs, laws, form of government, punishments, conduct in war and domestic life, their habits, diet, agriculture, manufactures, diseases and method of cure... With observations on former historians, the conduct of our colony governors, superintendents, missionaries, & c. Also an appendix, containing a description of the Floridas, and the Missisippi [!] lands, with their productions--the benefits of colonizing Georgiana, and civilizing the Indians--and the way to make all the colonies more valuable to the mother country." London, E. and C. Dilly, 1775.

  10. Adams, Charles Francis, "Battle of Long Island", pages 650-670 in
    Archive Jameson, J. Franklin, et al, The American Historical Review (1895-1896), American Historical Association. Read online.

  11. GBooks Adams, Charles Francis, "Contemporary Opinion on the Howes.", Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 44 (November 1910), pp. 94-119. Suggested by UELAC "American Revolution, 1775-1783, Select Bibliography", "Frigate Richmond Ship's Company".

  12. Archive Adams, Charles Francis, ed., The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States

  13. Archive Adams, John, Familiar letters of John Adams and his wife Abigail Adams, during the Revolution : with a memoir of Mrs. Adams. Boston ; New York : Houghton Mifflin Co., c1875

  14. Google Adams, John Quincy and Jay, William, "The Treaty of Peace, 1783. Correspondence Between William Jay and John Quincy Adams". Pp. 39-44, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  15. Archive Adams, John et al, Warren-Adams letters, being chiefly a correspondence among John Adams, Samuel Adams, and James Warren, 1743-1814 . Boston. The Massachusetts historical society. 1917.

  16. Archive Adams, Samuel, ed. by Harry Alonzo Cushing, The Writings of Samuel Adams,
    Volume I (1764-1769), New York, Octagon Books, 1904.
    Volume II (1770-1773), G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1906
    Volume III (1773-1777), G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1904
    Volume IV (1778-1802), G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1908
    Suggested by Jim Piecuch, "A Tale of Two Kings: Charles I and George III", Journal of the American Revolution, September 2013.

  17. Archive Adolphous, John, The History of England, from the Accession of George III to 1783, Vol.II, 1773-1778, published 1840-1845. London : Printed for the author, and published by J. Lee.

  18. Archive Adolphous, John, The History of England, from the Accession of George III to 1783, Vol.III, 1778-1784, publ.1841. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  19. Archive Albert, George D., The Frontier Forts of Western Pennsylvania, [Harrisburg] : C. M. Busch, state printer, 1896.

  20. Archive Albert, George Dallas, ed., History of the County of Westmoreland, Pennsylvania: with Biographical Sketches of Many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men. L.H. Everts & Co., 1882. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd (made full-text searchable) by JR.

  21. Alcedo, Antonio de, 1736-1812, The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies

  22. Archive Alden, George Henry, New Governments West of the Alleghanies Before 1780. University of Wisconsin, 1897. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd (made full-text searchable) by JR.

  23. Archive Alden, John Richard, The American Revolution 1775-1783. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1954. The Southern Campaign is covered in one of the eleven chapters.

  24. gbooks Alden, Judah, Captain, "Muster Roll of Capt. Alden's Company of Light Infantry in Col. John Bailey's Seconed Massachusets Regiment, 1 April 1779", Pp. 252-253, The American Monthly Magazine, National Society, D.A.R., Washington, DC, 1900.

  25. FdrsOL Alexander, William [Lord Stirling], "To George Washington from Lord Stirling, 29 August 1776", Founders Online, National Archives.

  26. Archive Alexander, John Brevard, The History of Mecklenburg County [NC]: From 1740 to 1900, 1902, Observer Print House. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd (made full-text searchable) by JR.

  27. Archive Alexander, Samuel Davies, "William Richardson Davie", p.193-194, Princeton College During the Eighteenth Century, 1872. Scanned by Google. Extracted, ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  28. Allaire, Anthony, Lt.:

  29. Archive Allen, Edward M., "La Fayette's Second Expedition to Virginia in 1781". A paper read before the Maryland historical society, June 14th, 1886.

  30. Archive Allen, Gardner Weld, A Naval History of the American Revolution, Vol.I, Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1913. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to make full-text searchable by JR.

  31. Archive Allen, Gardner Weld, A Naval History of the American Revolution, Vol.II. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1913. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to make full-text searchable by JR.

  32. Archive Allen, Ethan, A narrative of Col. Ethan Allen's captivity, from the time of his being taken by the British, near Montreal, on the 25th day of September, in the year 1775, to the time of his exchange, on the 6th day of May, 1778, Walpole, N.H., Published by Thomas & Thomas. From the press of Charter and Hale, 1807

  33. gbooks Allen, James, "Diary of James Allen, Esq.", Pp. 176-198, The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 9, Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania., 1885

  34. Google Allen, Joseph, Battles of the British Navy, Vol. I (1190-1799), London: Henry G. Bohn, 1852. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner to download pdf.

  35. Archive Allen, Paul, John Neal and Tobias Watkins, A History of the American Revolution, Vol. I, Baltimore. Printed for Franklin Betts. William Wooddy, printer. 1822. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  36. Archive Allen, Paul, John Neal and Tobias Watkins, A History of the American Revolution, Vol. II, Baltimore. Printed for Franklin Betts. William Wooddy, printer. 1822. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  37. GBooks Allen, Thomas, Rev., "Rev. Thomas Allen's Diary". pp. 470-475, The history of Pittsfield (Berkshire County), Massachusetts, Lee and Shepard, 1869 - Pittsfield (Mass.). Also, Archive here

  38. Archive Allen, William Cicero, History of Halifax County [NC], Boston: The Cornhill Company, 1918. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  39. Archive Allen, William Cicero, North Carolina History Stories, B.F. Johnson Publishing Co., Richmond, 1901. History stories for children.

  40. Archive Almon, John, 1737-1805, A Collection of Interesting, Authentic Papers : Relative to the Dispute between Great Britain and America; Showing the Causes and Progress of that Misunderstanding, from 1764 to 1775, London : Printed for J. Almon, 1777. Also, Google here

  41. Almon, John, 1737-1805, The Remembrancer or Impartial Repository of Public Events from 1775 to 1784, London, printed for J.Almon. Source: American War of Independence at Sea.
    Those shown with this icon Archive may be downloaded as full-text searchable pdf files. Those shown with this icon Google are capable, on the search provided on Google's page, of successfully searching for words containing the "long s" found in 18th century print font.
    • Archive 1775,Vol.1 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1775. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • Archive 1776 Part I,Vol.2 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1776. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • Archive 1776 Part II,Vol.3. London, printed for J.Almon. 1776. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • 1776 Part III,Vol.4 n/a
    • Archive 1777,Vol.5. London, printed for J.Almon. 1778. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • Archive 1778,Vol.6 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1778. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • Archive 1778-1779,Vol.7 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1779. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR
    • Archive 1778,Vol.6 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1778. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • Archive 1779,Vol.8 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1779. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • Archive 1780 Part I,Vol.9 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1780. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here. Savannah, 66.
    • Archive 1780 Part II,Vol.10 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1780. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here. Camden, 267, 335.
    • Archive 1781 Part I,Vol.11 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1780(?). Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here. Kings Mountain, 159. Blackstocks, 146. Cowpens, 273. Guildford Courthouse, 330.
    • Archive 1781 Part II,Vol.12 . London, printed for J.Almon. 1781. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • Archive 1782 Part I,Vol.13 . London, printed for J.Debrett (Successor to Mr. Almon). 1782. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • Archive 1782 Part II,Vol.14. London, printed for J.Debrett (Successor to Mr. Almon). 1782. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd by JR. Also, Google here.
    • 1783,Vol.15 n/a
    • 1784 Part I,Vol.16 n/a
    • 1784 Part II,Vol.17 n/a

  42. GBooks Almy, Mary "Siege of Newport, R.I., August, 1778", pp.17-36, The Newport Historical Magazine, Volume 1 . Newport Historical Publishing Company, 1881 - Rhode Island.

  43. Archive Alvord, Clarence W., Cahokia records, 1778-1790. Springfield, Ill., The Trustees of the Illinois state historical library. 1907.

  44. Archive Alvord, Clarence W., Kaskaskia Records, 1778-1790. Springfield, Ill., The Trustees of the Illinois state historical library. 1909.

  45. I-Archive Alvord, Clarence Walworth, The Mississippi Valley In British Politics Volume I. Russell & Russell, Inc. 1916 (1959). Suggested by "Resources for the History of the British Floridas", FHQ, January 1946, Florida Historical Society.

  46. I-Archive Alvord, Clarence Walworth, The Mississippi Valley In British Politics Volume II. The Arthur H. Clark company, 1916. Suggested by "Resources for the History of the British Floridas", FHQ, January 1946, Florida Historical Society.

  47. Susan D'Ambrosio, "General Bernardo De Gálvez: A Hero Remembered" (found on page 5) from The Order of the Granaderos y Damas de Gálvez, San Antonio, Texas Chapter

  48. "The American Colonist's Library, A Treasury of Primary Documents". A treasure trove of influential documents and books.

  49. Google American Cyclopaedia, (Americian Cyclopædia) Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge,, George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana, editors, Appleton and company, 1858-1879. Most volumes missing.
    Google Google Book Search The New American Cyclopaedia     Google Alternate search American Cyclopaedia.     Try both.
    Vol.IV, Brownson - Chartres, 1859     Vol.V, Chartreuse - Cougar, 1864    Vol.VII, Evasham - Glascock, 1874     Vol.VII, Edward - Fueros, 1859    Vol.X, Jerusalem-Macferrin, 1858    Vol.XIII, Parr-Redwitz, 1858.    Vol.XVI, V-Zwirner, with Supplement, 1858    
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    William Campbell(brief)     Richard Caswell     Cornwallis, Charles     Cowpens     William Davidson     William R. Davie     de Kalb     Abraham De Peyster     Eutaw Springs     Bernado Gálvez     William Johnson     John Laurens     Andrew Pickens     Francis Rawdon     William Washington (Note middle name Augustine is error).    


  50. AmHeritage AH American Heritage Magazine.

    Separate listing containing more than 165 articles related to the Revolutionary War in general published since 1954.
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  51. Google American Monthly Magazine, Daughters of the American Revolution. R.R. Bowker Co., 1897.
  52. Archive Above book, with bookmarks, in single volume, full-text searchable. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd and uploaded by JR.

  53. GBooks American Monthly Magazine, Volume 17, Harrisburg PA: National Society (DAR), 1900. Contents include: ... and numerous others.

  54. Google American Review, a Whig Journal, A Sketch of the Life and Public Services of John Rutledge of South Carolina , Wiley & Putnam, London, Vol.VI, 1847.
    • For Part 1, enter 125 in page box (initially shows v)at top of page and click enter.
    • For Part 2, enter 277 in page box at top of page and click enter.

  55. UELAC "American Revolution, 1775-1783, Select Bibliography" from "Frigate Richmond Ship's Company" a living history group devoted to the naval history of the American War of Indendence and War of 1812 from a British perspective, inviting distance membership.

  56. "American Revolution: Insurgency Operations in the Southern Theater". Powerpoint presentation.

  57. "Ammunition Supply in Revolutionary Virginia", Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, January 1965 (via Blackpowder Journal)
    • Archive Part 1, Black Powder Journal, April 1997, Volume 2, Number 2. Also, here.
    • Archive Part 2, Black Powder Journal, June / July 1997, Volume 2, Number 3. Also, here.
    • Archive Part 3, Black Powder Journal, August/September 1997, Volume 2, Number 4. Also, here.

  58. Google Amory, Thomas C., "A Justification of General Sullivan". Pp. 550-554, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  59. Archive Amory, Thomas C., The siege of Newport, August, 1778 . The Newport Historical Publishing Co., 1884. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd and uploaded by JR.

  60. Google Amory, Thomas C., "A Justification of General Sullivan". Pp. 550-554, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  61. Google Amory, Thomas C., "Sullivan's Expedition Against The Six Nations", p.88 ff., Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 20, Massachusetts Historical Society, 1883.

  62. Archive Anburey, Thomas, Travels Through the Interior Parts of America: in a Series of Letters. Subject: Burgoyne's Invasion, 1777. London : Printed for W. Lane, 1789.
    Volume I
    Volume II
    Suggested by UELAC "A United Empire Loyalist's Bibliography".

  63. Archive Ancell, Samuel, A Circumstantial Journal of the ... Blockade And Siege of Gibraltar, from the 12th Sept., 1779 to the 23d. Feb., 1783; Letters. A. Edwards, 1793. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd and uploaded by JR.

  64. GBooks Anderson, Enoch, Personal Recollections of Captain Enoch Anderson.... Historical Society of Delaware, Wilmington, 1895. Note: Memoir of Brigadier-General John Dagworthy of the Revolutionary War , Whiteley: "The Revolutionary Soldiers of Delaware", and Seymour: "Journal of the Southern Expedition, 1780-1783 are found in same volume.

  65. PALMM Anderson, Glenn The Loyalist impact on East Florida: a Geographic Perspective. Click on ico_mets, then click on PDF. University of Sourth Florida Libraries, Master's Thesis, 1995. There are 160 pages, but you have to access each section from the links on the left sidebar. Of particular interest: Chapter 2. Revolution and Migration. In order to keep the left side-panel bookmarks available, do not use the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner to run in your own pdf s/w. If this book were of interest to you for your personal research, you can download each section using the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner, and could use your pdf s/w to recombine the parts.

  66. GBooks Anderson, Lieut. Isaac, "Journal of Lieut Isaac Anderson". Society, 1898 - Jefferson County (Ohio). Found in the same volume: The Pathfinders of Jefferson County.

  67. Archive Anderson, Thomas, "Journal of Lt. Thomas Anderson of the Delaware Regiment, 1780–1782". Historical Magazine 2nd Series 1 (April 1867) pp. 207–211

  68. Anderson, William Lee, III,
  69. Harvard André, John. Major André’s Journal: Operations of the British Army under Lieutenant Generals Sir William Howe, and Sir Henry Clinton, June 1777, to November 1778. New York: W. Abbat, 1930.
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  70. Archive André, Major John, defendant, Proceedings of a Board of General Officers Respecting Major John André . New York : Privately printed, 1867.

  71. Google "André, Route of ". Pp. 756-760, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  72. Archive Andrews, John, History of the war with America, France, Spain and Holland: commencing in 1775 and ending in 1783. London : Published by His Majesty's Royal Licence and Authority for John Fielding. 1785-1786.

  73. GBooks Andros, Thomas, The Old Jersey Captive: or, A Narrative of the Captivity of Thomas Andros...on Board the Old Jersey Prison Ship at New York, 1781. Boston: William Pierce, 1833.

  74. Archive Angell, Israel, Diary of Colonel Israel Angell, commanding the Second Rhode Island continental regiment during the American revolution, 1778-1781. Providence, R.I., Preston and Rounds Company. 1899

  75. GBooks Anonymous, "An Account of the Battle of Princeton". Pp. 310-312, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 8. Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1884.

  76. Google Anonymous, "Council of War At a Board of General Officers Convened at New Windsor 12 June 1781". Pp. 102-103, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  77. GBooks Anonymous "Destruction of Property in Middletown RI During the Revolution", pp.241-243, The Newport Historical Magazine, Volume 1 . Newport Historical Publishing Company, 1881 - Rhode Island. .

  78. GBooks Anonymous, Extrait du journal d'un officier de la marine de l'escadre de M. le comte d'Estaing 93 p., 1782. Publisher unknown. In French. Submitted by ND. Google Chrome will automatically translate the linked French language page. Partial (19%: pp.75-93) translation of book is found in GBooks Charles Colcock Jones, The Siege of Savannah: In 1779, as Described in Two Contemporaneous Journals of French Officers in the Fleet of Count D'Estaing, pp. 55-70, J. Munsell, 1874 - Savannah (Ga.). See separate listing.


  79. Archive Anonymous (attributed to Edmund Burke) , The history of the war in America, between Great Britain and her colonies from its commencement to the end of the year 1778, Vol.I. Dublin : Printed for the Company of Booksellers. 1779.

    Archive Anonymous (attributed to Edmund Burke) , The history of the war in America, between Great Britain and her colonies from its commencement to the end of the year 1778, Vol.II. Dublin : Printed for the Company of Booksellers. 1779. From d/l description:

    During the period of the American revolution and previous controversy, the "Annual register," London, published an admirable and quite impartial narrative of events, understood to have been written by Edmund Burke. "The history of the war in America" is one of a considerable number of histories of the revolution plagiarized from the "Annual register." cf. "Some pseudo-histories of the Amer. revolution," by O. G. Libby in Wis. acad. of science, arts and letters, Trans., v. 13, p. 419-425

  80. GBooks Anonymous (attributed to Edmund Burke), An Impartial History of the War in America: Between Great Britain and Her Colonies, from its Commencement to the End of the Year 1779. Printed for R. Faulder, 1780 - United States - 652 pages.

  81. GBooks Anonymous, "Memoir of the Rev. James Caldwell". Pp.78-89, Vol. III. New Jersey History, Volumes 1-5. New Jersey Historical Society., 1847. Click "Page 77".

  82. gbooks Anonymous, "Revolutionary Services of Captain John Markland", Pp. 102-112, The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 9, Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania., 1885

  83. Google Annual Biography and Obituary, The , London, various years
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  84. I-Archive The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year 1825, Vol.IX. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Brown and Green. 1825. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  85. I-Archive The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year 1828, Vol.XII. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Brown and Green. 1828. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  86. I-Archive The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year 1834, Vol.XVIII. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Brown and Green. 1834. Scanned by Google. Ocr'd to be full-text searchable by JR.

  87. Google The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for the year.... Submitted by Wm. T. Sherman.
    LOC record: LC Control No.: 88648641 Type of Material: Serial (Periodical, Newspaper, etc.) Main Title: The annual register, or, A view of the history, politics, and literature for the year ... Variant Title: Index vols. also called: Dodsley's annual register Portion of Title: Annual register View of the history, politics, and literature for the year ... Published/Created: London : J. Dodsley, [1762?]-1838. Related Names: Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797. » More like this John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress) DLC » More like this Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress) DLC » More like this Description: 80 v. : ill., maps ; 21-23 cm. 1758-1837. Vols. for 1784-1785 issued in combined form; 1820, in 2 parts. Some vols. in rev. editions. Current Frequency: Annual Continued by: Annual register, or, A view of the history and politics of the year ... (DLC) 88648640 (OCoLC)7909015 » More like this Cancelled/Invalid LCCN: sn 88017012 Notes: Originated with Robert Dodsley, at the suggestion of Edmund Burke, who was for some years editor and principal contributor. Some time after 1791, the copyright and stock were purchased by Otridge and other booksellers. Messrs. Rivington published a rival continuation, which lasted from 1791 to 1812, and again from 1820 to 1824, when the two united to form one publication. Cf. Lowndes. Bibliographer's manual, v. 1. Batchelder Collection: 1793 (verso of cover includes bookplate of Robert Louis Stevenson); 1811 (signature of Wordsworth on t.p.); Franklin Collection: 1775, 6th ed., 1778, 4th ed. DLC Indexes: 1758-1780. 1 v.; 1758-1819. 1 v.; 1781-1792. 1 v. Additional Formats: Issues for 1758-<1778> also available via the World Wide Web. Subjects: History--Periodicals. » More like this LC Classification: D2 .A7 Other System No.: (OCoLC)ocm01779623 Quality Code: lc Links: http://bibpurl.oclc.org/web/731 http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/ilej/ Click on "Browse," then click on title

  88. Anonymous, War Diary - May 26, 1781 - July 4, 1782. Believed to have been in 3rd Pennsylvania Rgt. Served in Maryland/Virginia area. Mentions Muhlenburg. Describes Siege of Yorktown. From the Connecticut SSAR site.

  89. Google Anonymous. "Itinerary Of The Pennsylvania Line From Pennsylvania To South Carolina, 1781-1782", p.273-292, The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1912.

  90. Google Anonymous, "Washington's Opinion of His General Officers". Pp. 81-88, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  91. Google Atlee, Samuel J., "Journal of the Transactions on Long Island, August 27, 1776", pp.1251-1255, American archives: consisting of a collection of authentick records, state papers,..., Fifth Series, 1776, Vol. 1, Clarke & Force, 1848. Also, Archive here.

  92. PALMM Anonymous, "Resources for the History of the British Floridas". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 218. Volume 24 Issue 03. January 1946, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  93. I-Archive Archive.org Million Books Project. Advanced search form.

    The Allen County Library has acquired 30,000+ microfilm reels from the National Archives and placed them online at the Internet Archive. These include the Compiled Service Record series for the American Revolution (1000+ reels). Guides to help you find the reel you want:
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  94. Archives of Maryland
    • Volume 16, Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Safety, January 1 - March 20, 1777 and Journal and Correspondence of the State Council, March 20, 1777 - March 28, 1778
    • Volume 21, Journal and Correspondence of the State Council April 1, 1778 through October 26, 1779
    • Volume 43, Journal and Correspondence of the State Council October 27, 1779 - November 13, 1780
    • Volume 45, Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland November 13, 1780 - November 13, 1781
    • Volume 47, Journal and Correspondence of the State Council January 1, 1781 - December 31, 1781
    • Volume 48, Journal and Correspondence of the State Council November 19, 1781 - November 11, 1784
    • Volume 11, Journal of the Maryland Convention, July 26 to August 14, 1775; Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, August 29, 1775 to July 6, 1776.
    • Volume 12, Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7, 1776 to December 31, 1776
    • Volume 18, Bernard Christian Steiner, ed. Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution. This is not a comprehensive list of Marylanders who served. Also, here
    • Volume 438, The Maryland Press 1777-1790. This book contains a history of printing in Maryland from 1777 to 1790 as well as a list of Maryland imprints for these years.

  95. Archive Armbruster, Eugene L., The Wallabout prison-ships, 1776-1783. New York. 1920.

  96. Army, British, Historical Record of the Seventeenth Regiment of Light Dragoons, Lancers [1759-1841],... (London: John W Parker, West Strand, 1841). Excerpt: 1759-1784.
    British Library record: Title: Historical Record of the Seventeenth Regiment of Light Dragoons, Lancers [1759-1841] ... Illustrated, etc. Main heading: ENGLAND. Departments of State and Official Bodies. Army. Cavalry. Cavalry Regiments. Seventeenth (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers Publication details: pp. viii. 84. 1841. Shelfmark: 8829.c.27. Notes: In. infra: Army. [Appendix.] Historical Records, etc. 1837, etc. 8o.

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  101. Archive Arnold, Benedict, "Benedict Arnold's Begimental Memorandum Book, Written While at Ticonderoga and Crown Point in 1775". Pp. 363-376, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 8. Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1884.

  102. Archive Arnold, Benedict, defendant, Proceedings of a General Court Martial for the Trial of Major General Arnold. New York, Priv. Print, 1865.

  103. Arnold, Homer, "Rutherford County, N.C. And American Independence", 1997

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  105. Google Arnold, Isaac Newton, The life of Benedict Arnold; his patriotism and his treason, Chicago, Jansen, McClurg & Co., 1880

  106. Archive Arthur, John Preston, Western North Carolina: A History (1730-1913), 1914, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of North Carolina. Edward Buncombe Chapter, Asheville. Also, Google here

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  108. "Artillery", from "Scholar's Showcase" at americanrevolution.org.

  109. Google Ashe, Samuel A. (Samuel A'Court), Biographical History of North Carolina from Colonial Times to the Present, C. L. Van Noppen publ., 1905.
    Griffith Rutherford, p.381

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    Library of Congress record: Author: Ashe, Samuel A. (Samuel A'Court), 1840-1938. Title: History of North Carolina, by Samuel A'Court Ashe. Published: Greensboro, N.C., C.L. Van Noppen, 1908-25. Description: 2 v. facsims., maps, plates, ports. 24 cm. LC Call No.: F254.A82 Dewey No.: 975.6 Notes: v. 1. From 1584 to 1783.--v. 2. From 1783 to 1925. Subjects: North Carolina -- History. Control No.: 7280799

  111. Archive Atherton, William Henry, Montreal: 1535–1914, Vol.II. . Montréal: S.J. Clarke, 1914.

  112. UNC Attmore, William, annotated by Lida T. Rodman Journal of a Tour to North Carolina by William Attmore, 1787, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill NC, 1922. Battle of Camden, Charles McDowell and William R. Davie mentioned. Sea journey described. Several participants in the Rev. War mentioned.

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  114. Archive Atkinson, Joseph, The history of Newark, New Jersey. Newark, N.J. : W.B. Guild. 1878.

  115. Google Atlee, Samuel J., "Journal of the Transactions on Long Island, August 27, 1776", pp.1251-1255, American Archives: Consisting of a Collection of Authentick Records, State Papers,..., Fifth Series, 1776, Vol. 1, Clarke & Force, 1848. Also, Archive here.

  116. GBooks Avery, Rev. David, "A Chaplain of the American Revolution, from the unpublished diary of the Rev. David Avery, Chaplain of Col. John Paterson's Regiment". Pp. 342-347. The American Monthly Magazine, Volume 17, DAR, National Society, 1900.

  117. GBooks Avery, Rev. David, "The Northern Campaign, from the unpublished diary of the Rev. David Avery, Chaplain of Col. John Paterson's Regiment". Pp. 235-240. The American Monthly Magazine, Volume 18, DAR, National Society, 1901.

  118. GBooks Avery, Rev. David, "The Seige of Boston, from the unpublished diary of the Rev. David Avery, Chaplain of Col. John Paterson's Regiment". Pp. 113-117. The American Monthly Magazine, Volume 18, DAR, National Society, 1901.

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  119. BoC Babits, Lawrence E., "The "Fifth" Maryland at Guilford Courthouse". Maryland Historical Magazine 84:370-378. in 1988.

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  121. GBooks Bailey, Rev. Jacob "Letter From Rev. Jacob Bailey in 1775, Describing the Destruction of Falmouth, Me.". Pp. 436-450, George Popham et al, Papers relating to Pemaquid and Parts Adjacent in the Present State of Maine: Known as Cornwall County When Under the Colony of New York . Maine Historical Society, 1857.

  122. gbooks Bailey, John, Col., "Third Orderly Book of Col. John Bailey's Second Massachusets Regiment, 1 March 1779", Pp. 145-148, The American Monthly Magazine, National Society, D.A.R., Washington, DC, 1900.

  123. Google Baird, Charles W., "Civil Status of Presbyterians in the Province of New York". Pp. 593-624, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  124. Google Baker, Henry M., "Why Did Benjamin Thompson, Now Known as Count Rumford, Become a Tory?", The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, W. Abbatt, 1908. "In fewest words and in conclusion, it seems clear that Major Thompson was driven by his country's friends to serve his country's enemies. "

  125. PALMM Baker, Maury and Margaret Bissler Haas, ed., "Bernardo de Gálvez's Combat Diary for the Battle Of Pensacola, 1781". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 176. Volume 56 Issue 2, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, October 1977. Click on PDF. It is easier to read and navigate if you click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and read it in your pdf reader or s/w.

  126. Archive Baker, William Spohn, "The Camp by the Old Gulph Mill". Philadelphia, 1893.

  127. gbooks Balch, Thomas, "Calvinism and American independence", Philadelphia: Allen, Lane and Scott, 1909

  128. gbooks Balch, Thomas, The French in America during the War of Independence of the United States, 1777-1783, Vol. 1, a translation, 1891, Philadelphia, Porter & Coates.

  129. gbooks Balch, Thomas, The French in America during the War of Independence of the United States, 1777-1783, Vol. 2, a translation, Porter & Coates, 1895 - United States.

  130. Archive Balch,Thomas & McCurtin, Daniel, Papers Relating Chiefly to the Maryland Line During the Revolution, Seventy-Six Society, 1857 - 218 pages. This book is hard to find because it is usually listed as Publications, Vol.3, Seventy Six Society.

  131. GBooks Baldwin, Jeduthan, "The Revolutionary Journal of Col. Jeduthan Baldwin, 1775-1778". De Burians, 1906.

  132. GBooks Baldwin, Samuel, "Diary of Events in Charleston, S.C., From March 20th to April 20th, 1780. Pp.77-86. New Jersey History, Volumes 1-5. New Jersey Historical Society., 1847. Click "Page 77".

  133. MoA George Bancroft, History of the United States of America, from the discovery of the American continent. By George Bancroft. (Boston: Little, Brown, and company,1874-78). From "Making of America".
    12th Ed. Vol. 7 (of 10) 1875. May 1774 / June 1775. Also, Archive here and Archive here and Archive here.
    9th Ed. Vol. 8 (of 10) 1878 June 1775 / July 1776, Also, Archive here and Archive here and Archive here
    5th Ed. Vol. 9 (of 10) 1875 July 1776 / French Alliance. Also, Archive here and Archive here and Archive here
    ???? Ed. Vol. 10 (of 10) 1875 1778 / peace treaty [Relevant to Southern Campaign]. Also, Archive here and Archive here
    MOA record: Print Source: History of the United States of America, from the discovery of the American continent. By George Bancroft. Bancroft, George, 1800-1891. 10 v. fronts., plates, ports., maps. 24 cm. Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1874-78.
    MoA Full listing of Bancroft's History... volumes available at "Making of America. 3 full or partial sets.
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  134. Bancroft, George, MoA History of the United States of America, from the discovery of the American continent, Vol.X, p.300, Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1875,
    "Left mainly to her [South Carolina's] own resources, it was through bloodshed and devastation and the depths of wretchedness that her citizens were to bring her back to her place in the republic by their own heroic courage and self-devotion, having suffered more, and dared more, and achieved more than the men of any other state."
    quoted by Edward McCrady, in Suggested by Christine Swager.

  135. Archive Bangs, Isaac, Journal of Lieutenant Isaac Bangs, April 1 to July 29, 1776. J. Wilson and son, 1890.

  136. Archive Barber, John W. & Howe, Henry, Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey, New York : Pub. for the authors, by S. Tuttle, 1846.

  137. Barck, Dorothy C., "Introduction to Uniforms of the American Army", 2005, Sons of the Revolution in the State of California.
    Index to "Uniforms Of The American Revolution"
    SOURCE: Uniforms of the Armies in the War of the American Revolution, 1775-1783. Lt. Charles M. Lefferts. Limited Edition of 500. New York York Historical Society. New York, NY. 1926.

  138. GBooks Barham, Baron Charles Middleton, Letters and Papers of Charles Lord Barham, Vol. 1 of 3. George Allen & Unwin, 1907 - Great Britain. Published as Publications of the Navy Records Society, Vol. XXXII. [Vol. 2 was NRS Vol. XXXVII (1910). Vol. 3 was NRS Vol. XXXIX (1911)].

  139. Harvard Barker, John, The British in Boston, being the diary of Lieutenant John Barker of the King's own regiment from November 15, 1774 to May 31, 1776. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1924.
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  140. GBooks Barlow, Aaron, quoted in Charles Burr Todd "The March to Montreal and Quebec, 1775". Found in The American Historical Register and Monthly Gazette of the Historic, Military and Patriotic-hereditary Societies of the United States of America, Volume 2, Philadelphia, 1895.

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  143. Google Barnes, John Sanford, The logs of the Serapis - Alliance - Ariel, under the command of John Paul Jones, 1779-1780. Printed for the Naval history society by the De Vinne press, 1911.

  144. SSI Bartholomees, J. Boone, ed., Theory Of War And Strategy, Vol.I, 3rd Edition, 2008, Strategic Studies Institute. This book is included for a single remarkable quotation (p.82):
    Tactical and/or operational success may set the stage for strategic victory—that is, they may be facilitators, and they certainly are huge contributors in any case—but they are not necessarily sufficient by themselves to achieve victory. The prudent strategist, however, knows full well that his brilliant strategy will be incredibly more difficult and risky without tactical and operational success. There are few examples like Nathanael Greene's southern campaign in the American Revolution where one can lose the battles and win the campaign and war.

  145. GBooks Bartlett, Israel, Lieutenant, "Lieutenant Israel Bartlett's Journal September - November 1777", pp. 400-403, George Wingate Chase, The History of Haverhill, Massachusetts, From Its First Settlement, in 1640, to the Year 1860, Lowell MA: Pub. by the author, 1861.

  146. GBooks Barton, William, "Journal of Lieutenant William Barton of Maxwell's Brigade Kept During General Sullivan's Expedition Against the Six Nations of Indians in 1779". Pp.22-42, Vol. II. New Jersey History, Volumes 1-5. New Jersey Historical Society., 1847. Click "Page 22".

  147. GBooks Barton, William, "Journal of Lieutenant William Barton". Pp. 3-14, Frederick Cook, Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan Against the Six Nations of Indians in 1779, with Records of Centennial Celebrations. Auburn NY: Knapp, Peck & Thompson, 1787.

  148. UNC William Bartram, Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy, and the Country of the Chactaws: Containing an Account of the Soil and Natural Productions of Those Regions, Together with Observations on the Manners of the Indians. Embellished with Copper-Plates. (Philadelphia: James & Johnson, 1791)
    Online version from Documenting the American South from the University of NC at Chapel Hill Library.
    LC Control Number: rc 01002676 Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.) Personal Name: Bartram, William, 1739-1823. Main Title: Travels through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida, the Cherokee country, the extensive territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek confederacy, and the country of the Chactaws; containing an account of the soil and natural productions of those regions, together with observations on the manners of the Indians. Embellished with copper-plates--By William Bartram. Published/Created: Philadelphia : Printed by James & Johnson, 1791. Description: 2 p.l., [iii]-xxxiv, 522 p. front. (port.), plates (part fold.) fold. map. 21 cm. Notes: Map torn and repaired; 1 pl. torn Signatures: [pi]¹ [a]4 b-d4 e¹ B-3U4 3X¹ References: Evans 23159 Subjects: Indians of North America--Southern States--Early works to 1800. Southern States--Description and travel--Early works to 1800. LC Classification: F213 .B28 Geog. Area Code: n-usu-- CALL NUMBER: F213 .B28 Copy 1 -- Request in: Rare Book/ Special Collections Reading Room (Jefferson LJ239) -- Status: Not Charged

  149. Ibiblio Barwick, Robert, "The Journal of Robert Barwick During the Canadian Campaign". Pp. 1387-1400 (Appendix F), Naval Documents of the American Revolution, Vol. II. Washington, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966.
    Tip: In Adobe Reader XI (or Nuance PDF Reader 8.1), File, Open, for filename enter (copy & paste suggested)
    http://www.ibiblio.org/anrs/docs/E/E3/ndar_v02.pdf
    . When the book has loaded (takes a minute or so), replace the 1 in the page number box with 1435 and press "enter".

  150. UNC John Spencer Bassett (1867-1928), The Regulators of North Carolina (1765-1771), Online version from "Documenting the American South".
    Library of Congress record: Author: Bassett, John S. [from old catalog] Title: The regulators of North Carolina (1765-1771) Published: Washington, 1896. Description: p. cm. LC Call No.: F257.B31 Control No.: 7674376

  151. GBooks Bates, Ambrose, "Diary of Ambrose Bates". Pp. 299-303, Edwin Victor Bigelow, A Narrative History of the Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts. Boston: Samuel Usher, 1898.

  152. RP "Battles and Campaigns". Well-written and trustworthy accounts of battle (including those of the Southern Campaign) from Todd Braisted's Online Institute for Advanced Loyalist Studies. As the name implies, these accounts will be written from a Brit/Loyalist perspective.

  153. BoC Battle of Camden,Documentary History of the , 16 August 1780

  154. Archive Battle of Petersburg, Virginia. Map-based account of Battle of Petersburg

  155. "Battles of the American War of Independence 1775-1783" from a British perspective. From http://www.redcoat.me.uk.

  156. JaegerCorp Baurmeister, Carl Leopold, translated and edited by Bernhard A. Uhlendor, Revolution in America: Confidential Letters and Journals. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1957.

  157. Archive Bausman. Joseph Henderson, and John Samuel Duss History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania: And Its Centennial Celebration. Knickerbocker Press, 1904.

  158. SCAR Baxley, Charles, ed., "EUREKA! The Battle of Brier Creek Found", Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, 29 June 2013. JR Archived PDF version.

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  160. NPS
    B of Cowp Ed Bearss. Battle of Cowpens, A Documented Narrative and Troop Movement Maps Great maps. 58 pages.

    {Right} Ed Bearss, (pronounced "Bars") now retired, was an NPS historian for almost 40 years, and was NPS Chief Historian from 1981 until 1994.

    Ed Bearss

  161. JR Bearss, Edwin C.,
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    Forces in America under Clinton, 218
    Losses by rebels to Arnold and Simcoe, 220
    Articles of capitulation between Gálvez vs. Chester and Campbell, 224
    Surrender of Fort George to Spain, 225
    British losses at Guilford Courthouse, 226
    Line of battle, off Chesapeake, 229
    Articles of capitulation, Fort San Juan, 193

  163. Beatty, William, Captain, Captain William Beatty’s Journal: From The Year of Our Lord 1776 to 1781 Transcribed and Annotated by John Beakes, co-author of Cool Deliberate Courage: John Eager Howard in the American Revolution. Nautical & Aviation Publishing Company, Mount Pleasant, S.C., 2009. Also, $ Scribd here. Submitted by William Thomas Sherman.

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  166. PALMM Beerman, Eric, "'Yo Solo' not 'Solo': Juan Antonio de Riano". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 174. Volume 58 Issue 2, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, October 1979. Includes account of Bernado Gálvez and the Siege of Pensacola. Click on PDF. It is easier to read and navigate if you click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and read it in your pdf reader or s/w.

  167. PALMM Beerman, Eric, "Arturo O'Neill: First Governor of West Florida during the Second Spanish Period". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 29. Volume 60 Issue 1, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, July 1981. Click on PDF. It is easier to read and navigate if you click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and read it in your pdf reader or s/w.

  168. Archive Belcher, Henry, The first American civil war; first period,1775-1778, with chapters on the continental or revolutionary army and on the forces of the crown, Vol.II. London, Macmillan. 1911.

  169. Archive Bell, Herbert C., History of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, including its aboriginal history; the colonial and revolutionary periods.... Chicago, Brown, Runk. 1891. Suggested by Elvin Birth.

  170. Bell, Herbert C., "The West India Trade before the American Revolution.", American Historical Review 22 (January 1917): 272-87.. From "Classics of American Colonial History", Dinsmore Documentation.

  171. Google Bell, James, A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific, Published 1832 A. Fullarton and Co. Area of interest (West Indies) begins on page 290.

  172. Common-Place Bellesiles, Michael, "Disarming Early American History". From Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture (New York: Knopf, 2000). Permission of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. Common-Place, Vol.I, No.1., September 2000. Archive Report of the investigative committee.   ArchiveBellesiles' response.

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  174. I-Archive Bemis, Samuel Flagg, The Diplomacy Of The American Revolution, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1935, 1957. 29mb download. Requires DjVu plugin (available).

  175. gbooks Bennett, C. P., Maj., "The Delaware Regiment in the Revolution", Pp. 451-462, The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 9, Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania., 1885

  176. DTIC Bennett, Thomas B., "Early Operational Art: Nathanael Greene's Carolina Campaign 1780-1781", 1993, School of Advanced Military Studies United States Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

  177. Google Bentalou, Paul, A Reply to Judge Johnson's Remarks on an Article in the North American Review, Relating to Count Pulaski, 1826, Printed by J.D. Toy.

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  181. Google Bickwell, Thomas Williams, "Major General Anthony Wayne", The Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society, Vol.X, p.277, New York, 1911.

  182. Google Bishop, John Leander; Edwin Troxell Freedley; Edward Young, A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860, E. Young, publ., 1866.
    See book of almost identical title by Clark, Victor Selden, 1916.
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  184. Google Black, George Frazier, Scotland's Mark on America.

  185. Google Blake, John Lauris, Anecdotes of the American Revolution: From Garden's Anecdotes, Gordon's Letters, New Hampshire.... Published 1845.

  186. Archive Blake, John Lauris, A History of the American Revolution ... "First published in London under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Improved with maps and other illustrations." 1844, New York : A. V. Blake.

  187. Blackie, Daniel, Disabled Revolutionary War Veterans and the Construction of Disability in the Early United States, c. 1776–1840, Academic Dissertation, University of Helsinki, Helsinki 2010.

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  190. Google Boardman, Oliver, Journal of Oliver Boardman of Middletown 1777 Burgoyne's Surrender. Connecticut Historical Society, 1899. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  191. Archive Boardman, Timothy, Log-book of Timothy Boardman Kept On Board The Privateer Oliver Cromwell, During A Cruise From New London, Ct., to Charleston, S. C., And Return, In 1778. Albany, N.Y.: Joel Munsell's Sons. 1885.

  192. Bogan, Dallas, "Dragging Canoe & the Chickamauga Cherokees", from TNGenWeb.org. Suggested by William Reynolds, Jr. in Andrew Pickens, Jefferson NC & London, Macfarland & Co., 2012.

  193. Archive Boggess, Arthur Clinton, The Settlement of Illinois, 1778-1830. Oregon Historical Society. 1908.

  194. DTIC Bolich, Harry P., "Influencing the Land Campaign from the Sea: The Interaction of Armies and Navies in the American Revolutionary War", 1995, Naval Postgraduate School.

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  197. Bolton, Charles Knowles, The Private Soldier Under Washington, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1902. From AmericanRevolution.Org.

  198. Archive Bolton Charles Knowles, Scotch Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America, 1910, Boston, Bacon and Brown.

  199. Archive Bolton, Herbert Eugene, The Spanish Abandonment and Reoccupation of East Texas, 1773-1779. Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Vol.IX,No.2, 1905.

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  205. Archive Boston Gazette "Wyoming Massacre", July 20, 1778, Pougthkeepsie, suggested by Elvin Birth.

  206. Archive Botta, Carlo, History of the War of Independence of the United States of America Vol. One, translated by George Alexander Otis.. c1837, New Haven : N. Whiting. Source used by Edward McCrady. Also, here, 1845, Cooperstown, N.Y. : H. & E. Phinney, and here, 1826, Boston : H. Gray

  207. Archive Botta, Carlo, History of the War of Independence of the United States of America Vol. Two, translated by George Alexander Otis.. c1837, New Haven : N. Whiting. Source used by Edward McCrady. Also, here, 1845, Cooperstown, N.Y. : H. & E. Phinney

  208. UMBC Bouton, Terry, "Slave, Free Black, and White Population, 1780-1830". Look for History 407 here.

  209. PALMM Boyd, Mark F., "A Map of the Road from Pensacola to St. Augustine 1778 (with nine plates)". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 15. Volume 17 Issue 01. July 1938, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  210. MoA Brackett, Col. A.G., "The American Cavalry of the Revolution", The Galaxy. P.617, Volume 2, Issue 6, November 15, 1866, W. C. and F. P. Church, New York. Also, Archive here.

  211. Archive Bradsby, H. C., ed., History of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, with Biographical Selections. Chicago, S. B. Nelson. 1893.

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  214. Google Brawley, Benjamin Griffith, A Social History of the American Negro, Being a History of the Negro Probrlem in the United States, Including a History and Study of the Republic of Liberia, 1921, New York, Macmillan. Chapter III is of relevance. [Note: One aspect receiving little notice is that slaves were used as collateral for loans, thus complicating the ability of owners to free them, e.g., Thomas Jefferson.]

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  217. DTIC Brinkly, W. David, ""Back to the Future: The British Southern Campaign, 1780-1781", 1998, School of Advanced Military Studies, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth KS.

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  225. Jaegerkorps Brown, Bryan K., "Amusettes as 18th Century Artillery with the Jägers and other Light Infantry", The Artilleryman, Fall 2008 Vol 29, no.4. Page down once to article.

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  229. PALMM Buker, George E., and Richard Apley Martin, "Governor Tonyn's Brown-Water Navy: East Florida during the American Revolution, 1775-1778". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 58. Volume 58 Issue 1, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, July 1979. Click on PDF. It is easier to read and navigate if you click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and read it in your pdf reader or s/w.

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  236. PALMM Bullen, Ripley P., "Fort Tonyn and the Campaign of 1778", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 253. Volume 29 Issue 4, April 1951, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. It is easier to read and navigate if you click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and read it in your pdf reader or s/w.

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  248. Archive Campbell, Douglas, "Central New York in the revolution : an address delivered August 15th, 1878, at the unveiling of a monument in commemoration of the massacre at Cherry Valley, New York in 1778". New York : F.J. Ficker, Law & Job Printer. 1878.

  249. SSI Campbell, James D., "'Making Riflemen From Mud': Restoring The Army's Culture Of Irregular Warfare", 2007, Strategic Studies Institute.

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    A paradoxical fact regarding the Scotch-Irish is that they are very little Scotch, and much less Irish. That is to say, they do not belong mainly to the so- called Celtic race, but they are the most composite of all the people of the British Isles. They are called Scots because they lived in Scotia; and they are called Irish because they moved to Ireland. Geography and not ethnology has given them their name.
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  252. Campbell, Leon G., "Colonial Life in Spanish California During the North American Revolution". AmericanRevolution.org.

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    • PNorfleet Chesney, Alexander, Journal. Version of Chesney's Journal, edited from Jones 1921 version, limited to Rev War activities. From Phil Norfleet's website. Useful, however most trustworthy version is the merge of 3 versions found in Dr. Moss' annotated version (merged by persons familiar with both the history and the Carolina geography involved).
      Library of Congress record: Author: Chesney, Alexander, 1756-1845. Title: The journal of Alexander Chesney, a South Carolina Loyalist in the Revolution and after [microform] / edited by E. Alfred Jones ; with an introduction by Wilbur H. Siebert. Published: Columbus : Ohio State University, 1921. LC Call No.: Microfilm 90/4837 (E)

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      Library of Congress record: Author: Chesney, Alexander, 1756-1845. Title: Journal of Capt. Alexander Chesney : adjutant to Major Patrick Ferguson / [edited by Bobby Gilmer Moss]. Published: Blacksburg, S.C. : Scotia-Hibernia Press, c2002. Local Call No: E278.C45 A3 2002

    • MoA "A Carolina Loyalist in the Revolutionary War" from Essays in military biography, by Charles Cornwallis Chesney (1826-1876) (New York: H. Holt and company, 1874). From "Making of America". This version, transcribed by Chesney's grandson, is yet another transcription by someone not very familiar with the history or geography of the region and time. Also, found Google here
      Library of Congress record: Author: Chesney, Charles Cornwallis, 1826-1876. Title: Essays in military biography, by Charles Cornwallis Chesney. Published: New York, Holt, 1874. LC Call No.: U51.C5
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  288. KVL Christian, Bolivar, "Scotch-Irish settlers in the valley of Virginia" alumni address at Washington College, Lexington, Va. / published by the Alumni Association. Macfarlane & Fergusson, Richmond:1860. From the Kentuckiana Digital Library.

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    LOC record: Author: North Carolina. Title: The state records of North Carolina : published under the supervision of the trustees of the public libraries, by order of the General Assembly / collected and edited by William L. Saunders [and Walter Clark]. Published: New York : AMS Press, 1968-1978. Description: 30 v. ; 24-27 cm. LC Call No.: F251.N62 1968 Dewey No.: 975.6/02 19 ISBN: 0404074707 (set) 0404074871 (index) Notes: Vols. 1-10 have title: The colonial records of North Carolina / collected and edited by William L.Saunders. Vols. 27-30: Index to The colonial and state records of North Carolina covering Volumes I-XXV / compiled and edited by Stephen B. Weeks. Reprint. Originally published: Raleigh : P.M. Hale, 1886-1914. Subjects: North Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources. North Carolina -- History -- 1775-1865 -- Sources. North Carolina -- Genealogy. Other authors: Saunders, William Laurence, 1835-1891. Clark, Walter, 1846-1924. Weeks, Stephen Beauregard, 1865-1918. Other titles: Colonial records of North Carolina. Control No.: 4553860

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  333. Google Cooke, William D.; Swain, David L. (David Lowry); Lilly, Lambert, Revolutionary History of North Carolina: in three lectures
    Library of Congress record: Author: Cooke, William D., [from old catalog] comp. Title: Revolutionary history of North Carolina, in three lectures, Published: Raleigh, W. D. Cooke; New York, G. P. Putnam & co., 1853. Description: ix, [11]-236 pp. front., pl., fold. facsim. 19 cm. LC Call No.: E263.N8C7 Subjects: North Carolina -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783. Almanace, Battle of, 1771. [from old catalog] Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Control No.: 9130543

  334. GBooks Cooper, James Fenimore, (1789-1851) History of the Navy of the United States of America Continued to 1853 (with posthumous additions). Three volumes in one. New York: G. P. Putnam & Co. 1853.

  335. Google Corbett, Julian S., ed., [British Naval] Signals and Instructions, 1776-1794, Naval Records Society, 1894.

  336. Archive Cornelius, Elias, Journal of Dr. Elias Cornelius : a revolutionary surgeon.... Washington, D.C. : C.M. Tompkins and C.T. Sherman, 1903.

  337. Google Cornwallis, Charles, An answer to that part of the Narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton, K. B. which relates to the conduct of Lieutenant- General Earl Cornwallis ..., J. Debrett, 1783.

  338. Google Cornwallis, Charles, Correspondence of Charles, First Marquis Cornwallis, Vol. 1 of 3. Edited by Charles Ross. J. Murray, 1859.

  339. Archive [Charles Cornwallis] As great a man as Nelson : the Life of the Most Noble the Marquis Cornwallis that great friend to his country who has been engaged in the service of it ever since the year 1776, up to 1805, in the American and Indian War, who has proved himself a bold and valiant warrior, a peace-maker, a good statesman, a man for the people, a friend : to which is added the riddle shot from the camp, with an explanation. London : A. Kemmish [1806?]

  340. PALMM Corse, Carita Doggett, "DeBrahm's Report on East Florida, 1773". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 219. Volume 17 Issue 03. January 1939, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  341. Archive.org Cowp Article menu from former Cowpens NB website , Menu of articles written by staff at Cowpens NB. Balanced. Articles are also shown under author's names on different website to prevent their becoming lost.

  342. Google Cornish, Louis H., compiler, A National Register of the Society Sons of the American Revolution. 1902, Sons of the American Revolution.

  343. JR Cowpens Patriot Fatalities as noted in Patriots at the Cowpens by Dr. Bobby G. Moss.

  344. JR Cowpens Powerpoint animation, "The American Revolution, Southern Campaign 1780-1781". From Combat Studies Institute. Includes one of the better animations of Cowpens. Requires Powerpoint or Powerpoint viewer.  Also, USA-CAC here.   Powerpoint Viewer download.  

  345. Archive Corwin, Edward Samuel, French policy and the American Alliance of 1778. Princeton, Univ. Press. 1916.

  346. Cox, Nancy and Karin Dannehl, Dictionary of Traded Goods and Commodities, 1550-1820. University of Wolverhampton. 2007. Suggested by a RevList post.

  347. Gbooks Cox, George William, History of the establishment of British rule in India, London: Longmans, Green, 1881 - 290 pages.

  348. Spark Cracraft, Josh.SparkNote on The American Revolution (1754?1781). 21 Feb. 2006

  349. Google Craft, David, "List of Journals, Narratives, Etc. of the Western Expedition (Sullivan's) - 1779". Pp. 673, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  350. Crawley, Ron, Military Exploits of James McCall

  351. Cresap, Charles 'Cap', "Comments on Strach's History of the Three Pound Verbruggen Gun...

  352. Cresswell, Nicholas, The journal of Nicholas Cresswell, 1774--1777. New York, L. MacVeagh, The Dial Press, 1924. American Memory, Library of Congress.

  353. BIFHSGO Crowder, Norman K., "Loyalists and the British Connection", Spring 1995, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.

  354. BIFHSGO Crowder, Norman K., "The Revolution is Over, Now What?", Summer 2001, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.

  355. PALMM Cubberly, Frederick, "Fort George (St. Michael), Pensacola". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 220. Volume 6 Issue 4, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, April 1928. Includes account of Bernado Gálvez and the Siege of Pensacola. Click on PDF. It is easier to read and navigate if you click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and read it in your pdf reader or s/w.>

  356. Google Curtis, Edward E., "The Provisioning of the British Army in the Revolution", The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, W. Abbatt publ., Vol. XVIII, January - June 1814, p.232.

  357. Curtis, Edward E., Organization of the British Army in the American Revolution from AmericanRevolution.org
    Library of Congress record: Author: Curtis, Edward E. (Edward Ely), b. 1888. Title: The organization of the British army in the American revolution ... by Edward E. Curtis ... Published: New Haven, Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1926. LC Call No.: E267.C95

  358. Archive Curwen, Samuel, 1715-1802, Journal and letters of the late Samuel Curwen, judge of Admiralty, etc., an American Refugee in England from 1775-1784, comprising remarks on the prominent men and measures of that period : to which are added biographical notices of many American loyalists, and other eminent persons. Source used by Edward McCrady.

  359. Archive Cushman, H.B., History of the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Natchez Indians. Greenville, Tex., Headlight Printing House, 1899.

  360. Google Cust, Edward, Sir, Annals of the Wars of the Eighteenth Century, J. Murray (publ.), 1869.
    These books are great for seeing global aspect of the war simultaneously with the Southern Campaign.
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  361. Mail Online dailymail.co.uk, "Amazing early photos of heroes of the Revolutionary War in their old age". Also, found here. Suggested by Joe Epley.

  362. Google Dalbiac, Philip Hugh, History of the 45th: 1st Nottinghamshire Regiment (Sherwood Foresters), S. Sonnenschein & Co., ltd., 1902

  363. Google Dalcho, Frederick, An historical account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South-Carolina, from the first settlement of the province, to the war of the revolution; with notices of the present state of the church in each parish: and some account of the early civil history of Carolina, never before published. To which are added; the laws relating to religious worship; the journals and rules of the convention of South-Carolina; the constitution and canons of the Protestant Episcopal church, and the course of ecclesiastical studies, 1820, E. Thayer. Also, Archive here

  364. Archive Dally, Joseph W. Woodbridge and vicinity: the story of a New Jersey township, embracing the history of Woodbridge, Piscataway, Metuchen, and contiguous places, from the earliest times; the history of the different ecclesiastical bodies; important official documents relating to the township, etc.. New Brunswick, N.J., A.E. Gordon, 1873.


  365. Dandridge, Danske (1858-1914), American Prisoners Of The Revolution Library of Congress record: Author: Dandridge, Danske (Bedinger) Mrs., 1858- [from old catalog] Title: American prisoners of the revoloution, Published: Charlottesville, Va., The Michie company printers, 1911. LC Call No.: E281.D17 Microfilm 64503 E

  366. Google Dandridge, Danske, Historic Shepherdstown, Mitchie Company, 1910. Suggested by James Mc Intyre's article "The Pennsylvania Longrifle in South Carolina during the American War of Independence".

  367. Google d'Antoni, Alessandro Vittorio Papacino A Treatise on Gun-powder: A Treatise on Fire-arms; and a Treatise on the Service of Artillery in Time of War, translation, Sold by T. and J. Egerton, 1789. Book owned by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney.

  368. Google Daughters of the American Revolution, Lineage Book, 1904, completing the members accepted in 1896.

  369. Daughters of the American Revolution, Forgotten Patriots Project Suggested by Leon Harris

  370. Temple Dauphinee, Andrew D., Lord Charles Cornwallis And The Loyalists: A Study In British Pacification During The American Revolution, 1775-1781. A Thesis Submitted to the Temple University Graduate Board In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Degree Master Of Arts. May 2011.

  371. Archive 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.". A Paper read before the Maryland Historical Society, November 14th, 1892.

  372. Google Davie, William Richardson, William Richardson Davie: A Memoir, annotated by J.G. de R. Hamilton, with letters annotated by K.P. Battle, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1907. Note: the biographical sketch is by Hamilton; only the letters are by Davie.

  373. Wiki "William Richardson Davie"

  374. BoC Davie, Wm. R., exc. from Revolutionary War Sketches from BattleofCamden.org.
    Library of Congress record: Author: Davie, William Richardson, 1756-1820. Title: The Revolutionary War sketches of William R. Davie / [edited by] Blackwell P. Robinson. Published: Raleigh : North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and History, 1976. LC Call No.: E263.N8D24 1976

  375. Google Davis, Charles L., A brief history of the North Carolina troops on the Continental establishment, 1896.

  376. Google Davis, John, "The Yorktown Campaign, Journal Of Captain John Davis of the Pennsylvania Line", p.290-310, The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol.V, 1881, Historical Society of Pennsylvania., 1881

  377. Archive Davis, Nathan. "History of the Expedition Against the Five Nations, Commanded by General Sullivan, in 1779". Historical Magazine. 3:4 (April 1868) p.200.

  378. Davis, Robert S., "Lessons from Kettle Creek: Patriotism and Loyalism at Askance on the Southern Frontier"

  379. Google Davis, Sallie Joyner, "North Carolina's Part in the Revolution", The South Atlantic Quarterly, Duke University Press.
    • Part I?. p.314-324. Duke University Press, 1908
    • Part II, p.27-38. Duke University Press, 1904
    • Part III, p.154-165. Duke University Press, 1904.

  380. CARLDL Davis, Scott A., "American Military History And Its Insights Into Fourth Generation Warfare", 2006. A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Master Of Military Art And Science, Military History

  381. BBC Davis, T. J., Slave Island - New York's Hidden History. Last updated 2011-02-17. BBC, History.

  382. Archive Davis, W. W. H., "History of the battle of the Crooked Billet, fought May 1st, 1778". Doylestown, Penn.: The Democrat, 1860.

  383. Archive Davisson, Budd, "Pennsylvania Long Rifle"

  384. Archive Dawson, Henry B., Battles of the United States by Sea and Land...
    • Volume 1. New York : Johnson, Fry. 1858.
    • Volume 2. New York : Johnson, Fry. 1858.

  385. MoA Dawson, Henry Barton, Battles Of The United States, By Sea And Land: Embracing Those Of The Revolutinary And Indian Wars, The War Of 1812, And The Mexican War, Vol.1 Illustrated from original paintings by Alonzo Chappel. New York: Johnson, Fry, and company, 1858. Lexington to Yorktown. Shows no Rev. War battles after Yorktown.

  386. Google Dawson, Henry B. The assault on Stony Point: by General Anthony Wayne, July 16, 1779. New-York Historical Society. 1863.

  387. NR Dawson, Henry Barton "The Destruction of Richmond, Virginia, January 5 and 6, 1781", from Chapter LXXX of Henry B. Dawson's Battles of the United States, Volume I, New York, 1858, pp. 641-644. From "New River Notes".

  388. Google Dearborn, Henry, Journals of Henry Dearborn, 1776-1783. J. Wilson and Son, 1887

  389. Google De Hass, Wills, History of the Early Settlement and Indian Wars of Western Virginia: Embracing an Account of the Various Expeditions in the West, Previous to 1795 ; Also, Biographical Sketches. H. Hoblitzell, 1861.

  390. Archive De Koven, Anna Farwell, The Life and Letters of John Paul Jones, New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1913.
    Volume I
    Volume II
    Suggested by UELAC "American Revolution, 1775-1783, Select Bibliography", "Frigate Richmond Ship's Company".

  391. De Lue, Willard Ireland and America, a comparison :how English readers received the "facts" about the American Revolution. . Washington, D.C. : Friends of Irish Freedom, National Bureau of Information, 1920. [4 pages.] From Harvard University Library.

  392. Busca Desmarais, Norman, Publisher's site for Desmarais' Guides to American Revolutionary War. 5 books published. 6th book at the publishers.
    JR "Google Earth and Google Custom maps for all locations in all books published and planned". When completed will be global. Driving directions. Printable maps with instructions for assembly.

  393. Archive de Mertans, Charles , M. D., Observations on the Scurvy. Dated Vienna, Jan. 14, 1778. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London; Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. 1778.

  394. DeMond, Robert, "North Carolina Loyalists During the American Revolution". Appendices extracted from Robert DeMond, "Loyalists in North Carolina During the Revolution.", Durham NC, Duke Univ., 1940.
    Library of Congress record: Author: DeMond, Robert Orley, 1889- Title: The loyalists in North Carolina during the revolution, by Robert O. DeMond ... Published: Durham, N.C., Duke University Press, 1940. LC Call No.: E277.D35

  395. GBooks Dennis, Joseph "Journal of Joseph Dennis", pp.46-52, The Newport Historical Magazine, Volume 2 . Newport Historical Publishing Company, 1881 - Rhode Island.

  396. GBooks De Peyster, John Watts"The Affair at King's Mountain, 7th October, 1780". Reprinted from The Magazine of American History. 32 pages. A. S. Barnes & Co., New York and Chicago.

  397. Archive De Peyster, John Watts, "The Engagement at Freehold, Known as the Battle of Monmouth, N.J., More Properly of Monmouth Court-House, 28th June, 1778". 7 pages. Reprinted from The Magazine of American History, July, 1878. New York, A.S. Barnes & co.1878.

  398. Archive De Saussure, Wilmot G., "An Account of the Siege of Charleston", Charleston, The News and Courier Book Presses, 1885. Suggested by William Reynolds, Jr. in Andrew Pickens, Jefferson NC & London, Macfarland & Co., 2012.

  399. Google Deux-Ponts, William de, , Samuel Abbott Green My campaigns in America: a journal kept by Count William de Deux-Ponts, 1780-81, J.K. Wiggin & W.P. Lunt, 1868. English translation

  400. Dickson, William, "Duplin County History to 1810". Published 1811 in the Wilmington Star and reprinted 1928 in The Historical Review. Prepared and Edited for the Web by Jerome Tew

  401. Archive Digby, William, The British Invasion from the North. The Campaigns of Generals Carleton and Burgoyne, from Canada, 1776-1777, with the Journal of Lieut. William Digby, of the 53d, or Shropshire Regiment of Foot, Albany, N.Y., J. Munsell's Sons, 1887.
    Suggested by Don Hagist, "Top 10 Battles of the Revolutionary War", Journal of the American Revolution, September 2013.

  402. Google Dillon, John B., Oddities in Colonial Legislation in America. Robert Douglas, 1879.

  403. Google Dinsmore, John Walker, The Scotch-Irish in America: Their History, Traits Institutions and Influences, 1906, Winona Publishing Co.

  404. Google Dodd, William E., "Some Difficulties of the History Teacher in the South", South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol.III, January through October 1904, Duke University Press.

  405. Google Doddridge, Joseph, Notes on the Settlement and Indian wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, from 1763 to 1783, Inclusive. J. Munsell, 1876

  406. Google Dodsley, R., ed., The Preceptor: Containing A General Course of Education Wherein the First Principles of Polite Learning Are Laid Down In a Way Most Suitable for Trying the Genius and Advancing the Instuction of Youth, in Twelve Parts , 7th Edition.
    Volume I:, 1783 I. On Reading Speaking and Writing Letters. II. On Arithmetic, Geometry and Architecture. III. On Geography and Astronomy. IV. On Chronology and History. V. On Rhetoric and Poetry. VI. On Drawing.
    Volume II:, 1758 VII. On Logic. VIII. On Natural History. IX. On Ethics or Morality. X. On Trade and Commerce. XI. On Laws and Government. XII. On Human Life and Manners.

  407. TN Donelson, John, "John Donelson Diary 1779". "Journal of a voyage, intended by God's Permission, in the good Boat Adventure, from Fort Patrick Henry on Holston river to the French Salt Springs on Cumberland River, kept by John Donaldson." Decem. 22 1779. Transcription.

  408. Wiki "Double Envelopment" or "Pincer Movment", described and defined. Cowpens is often given as example of a battle where this occurred.

  409. Google Dow, George Francis, American Vessels Captured By the British During the Revolution and War of 1812: The Records of the Vice-Admiralty Court at Halifax, Nova Scotia.. Salem, Mass.: The Essex Institute, 1911. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for pdf download.

  410. Google Downman, Francis, The services of Lieut.-Colonel Francis Downman in France, North America, and the West Indies, between the years 1758 and 1784. Printed at the royal artillery institution, 1898.

  411. Google Doyle, Francis Hastings Charles, Reminiscences and Opinions of Sir Francis Hastings Doyle, 1813-1885. Used as a source by Edward McCrady. 1887, D. Appleton and Company.

  412. Google Doyle, Joseph Beatty, Frederick William Von Steuben and the American Revolution, H. C. Cook, 1913. Also, Archive here.

  413. Archive Drake, J. Madison. Historical sketches of the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. New York : Printed for the author by the Webster Press. 1908

  414. Archive Drake, Samuel, Biography and History of the Indians of North America, From Its First Discovery to the Year 1841. Boston, B. B. Mussey, 1845.

  415. MoA Drake, Samuel A., "The "Old Ship" at Hingham", Appletons' Journal, Volume 13, Issue 327, New York, June 26, 1875. Benjamin Lincoln attended here and was buried here. From "Making of America".
    Library of Congress record: Title: Appletons' journal [microform]. Published: New York, N.Y. : [D. Appleton and Co.], 1872-1881. Description: 19 v. : ill., plates ; 27-29 cm. LC Call No.: Microfilm 05422 no. 245-249 AP Notes: Subtitle varies. Title from caption. Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms. 5 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. (American periodical series, 1850-1900 ; 245-249). SERBIB/SERLOC merged record Series Entry: American periodical series, 1850-1900 ; 245-249. Control No.: 11355379

  416. Google Draper, Lyman Copeland, King's Mountain and its heroes: History of the Battle of King's Mountain, October 7th, 1780, P.G. Thomson, 1881. Also, Google here. Use the search feature and search for rifles. There will be 27 responses, all relevant.

  417. Draper Collection of Manuscripts, State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Library

    • Archive Weaks, Mabel Clare, The Preston and Virginia papers of the Draper collection of manuscripts, State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Library, 1915.

    • Google Thwaites, Reuben Gold and Louise Phelps Kellogg, Documentary History of Dunmore's War, 1774: compiled from the Draper manuscripts in the library.... Published 1905, Wisconsin Historical Society.

    • Google Thwaites, Reuben Gold; Kellogg, Louise Phelps. , Frontier defense on the upper Ohio, 1777-1778. State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Sons of the American Revolution. Wisconsin Society, 1912.

    • Draper Collection of Manuscripts, Calendars
      • Calendar of the Kentucky papers of the Draper Collection of Manuscripts Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin., 1925
        • Go to a library website participating in HeritageQuest, which will be found under "Online Resources" or "Genealogy", and log on using your library card number.
        • Click on "Search Books"
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        • Enter at Title: calendar of the kentucky papers
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      • Calendar of the Tennessee and King's Mountain papers of the Draper Collection of Manuscripts Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin., 1929
        • Go to a library website participating in HeritageQuest, which will be found under "Online Resources" or "Genealogy", and log on using your library card number.
        • Click on "Search Books"
        • Click on "Publications"
        • At "Or, jump to titles beginning with:", enter calendar of the tenn and click enter.
        • Click on arrow to left of title.

      • The Preston and Virginia papers of the Draper Collection of Manuscripts Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin., 1915
        • Go to a library website participating in HeritageQuest, which will be found under "Online Resources" or "Genealogy", and log on using your library card number.
        • Click on "Search Books"
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        • Enter at Title: The preston and virginia papers
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  418. Gbooks Dring, Thomas, Recollections of the Jersey Prison-ship. P.M. Davis, 1831 - United States - 167 pages.

  419. Archive Drinker, Elizabeth Sand, Extracts from the Journal of Elizabeth Drinker, from 1759 to 1807. J. B. Lippincott Company. 1889.

  420. Archive 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 refering [sic] to the states of North-Carolina and Georgia , 1821, A.E. Miller, Charleston.

  421. Archive Drinkwater, John, A History of the Siege of Gibraltar, 1779-1783. London : J. Murray. 1905.

  422. I-Archive Drowne, Solomon, Journal of a cruise in the fall of 1780 in the private-sloop of war, Hope. New York [Printed by C. L. Moreau] 1872.

  423. Google Duane, William, A Military Dictionary: Or, Explaination of the Several Systems of Discipline of Different Kinds of Troops..., 1810, William Duane, PA.

  424. CARLDL Duckworth, Eric J., Great Things Have Been Done By A Few Men: Operational Art in Clark's Illinois Campaign of 1778 - 1779. Command and General Staff College (CGSC), School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) Monograph. 2011.

  425. Writings of Guilford Dudley
    • BoC Dudley, Guilford, "A Sketch of the Military Services Performed by Guilford Dudley...". Guilford Dudley, "A Sketch of the Military Services Performed by Guilford Dudley, Then of the Town of Halifax, North Carolina, During the Revolutionary War" from BattleofCamden.org


    • MoA Dudley, Guilford, "A Sketch of the Military Services Performed by Guilford Dudley, Then of the Town of Halifax, North Carolina, During the Revolutionary War", from Southern Literary Messenger * From "Making of America".
      • Part 1, Volume 11, Issue 3, Richmond, Virginia, Mar 1845.
      • Part 2, Volume 11, Issue 4, Richmond, Virginia, Apr 1845.
      • Part 3, Volume 11, Issue 5, Richmond, Virginia, May 1845.
      • Part 4, Volume 11, Issue 6, Richmond, Virginia, June 1845.

    • BoC Dudley, Guilford, pension statement, from BattleofCamden.org

  426. Google Duncan, Andrew, Heads of Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Medicine. Macfarquhar and Elliot, Edinburgh, 1781.

  427. Google Duncan, Francis, History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, Vol.I, to the Peace of 1783. London, 1872, Murray.

  428. MoA Duncan, Professor W., "North Carolina, Part 1", Debow's Review, Volume 11, Issue 1, New Orleans, July 1851. Including history of the Regulators and NC during the Revolution. From "Making of America".
    VA Historical Soc. record: General Collection HF1 .D2 Debow's review, Agricultural, commercial, industrial progress and resources. v. 1-34, Jan. 1846-July/Aug. 1864; after the war series, v. 1-8, Jan. 1866-Oct. 1870; new ser., v. 1, no. 1-4, Oct. 1879-June 1880. New Orleans [etc.] J. D. B. DeBow.

  429. Google Dundas, David, Principles of Military Movements, Chiefly Applied to Infantry: Illustrated by Manoeuvres of the Prussian Troops, and by an Outline of the British Campaings in Germany, During the War of 1757. Together with an Appendix, Containing a Practcal Abstract of the Whole. T. Cadell, in the Strand., 1788

  430. du Picq, Charles Jean Jacques Joseph Ardant, Battle Studies, Ancient And Modern Battles, 1921, translated by Robert C. Cotton. Cowpens is often compared to Cannae as an example of "double envelopment". See "Analysis Of The Battle Of Cannae".

    Library of Congress record: Author: Ardant du Picq, Charles Jean Jacques Joseph, 1821-1870. Title: Battle studies; ancient and modern battle, by Colonel Ardant du Picq. Tr. from the 8th ed. in the French by Colonel John N. Greely and Major Robert C. Cotton. Published: New York, The Macmillan company, 1921. LC Call No.: U102.A7 1921

  431. Archive Du Roi, August Wilhelm, Journal of Du Roi the elder, lieutenant and adjutant, in the service of the Duke of Brunswick, 1776-1778. University of Pennsylvania; New York, D. Appleton & Co., agents. 1911. Also, Digital Commons here.

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  432. AEA Early American Review. Numerous articles and several books. A number of period images and maps available. The site is worthy of exploration.

    Separate listing of over 100 articles since 1996

    Search the Archiving Early America site

  433. Archive Eaton, Cyrus, History of Thomaston, Rockland, and South Thomaston, Maine, from their first exploration, 1605; with family genealogies. Hallowell [Me.] Masters, Smith & co., printers. 1865.

  434. NR Eckenrode, H. J., The Revolution in Virginia, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston and New York, 1916 From "New River Notes". Also, Archive here.

  435. Google Eddis, William, Letters from America, Historical and Descriptive; Comprising Occurrences from 1769, to 1777, Inclusive. By William Eddis: Comprising Occurrences from 1769, to 1777, Inclusive. C. Dilly, 1792. Account by a Maryland Loyalist.

  436. Archive Edler, Friedrich, The Dutch Republic and the American Revolution, 1911, Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press.

  437. Archive Eelking, Max von, German Allied Troops in the North American War of Independence, 1776-1783, 1893, Albany : Joel Munsell's Sons. Also, Google here.

  438. Einhorn, Robin L., "Democracy, Slavery And Taxation: American Tax Systems In The Colonial And Revolutionary Eras". (.doc) Suggested by post on RevList by John M. Johnston,

  439. Archive Ellet, E.F. (Elizabeth Fries), Domestic history of the American Revolution, 1850, Baker & Scribner. Also, here and here.

  440. Ellet, E.F. (Elizabeth Fries), The Women of the American Revolution. 6th ed., New York: Scribner, 1856. 3 volumes. From Harvard University Library. One must be aware that the historicity of such accounts is sometimes questionable.
    ...and possibly others of interest.

  441. Archive Ellet, Elizabeth Fries, The Women of the American Revolution, Vol. I, 1848-50, New York, Baker and Scribner.

  442. Archive Ellet, Elizabeth Fries, The Women of the American Revolution, Vol. II, 1848-50, New York, Baker and Scribner.

  443. Google Ellet, Elizabeth Fries, The Women of the American Revolution, Vol. III, Published 1856 Scribner.

  444. Ellet, Elizabeth Fries, "Jane Gaston", Godey's Ladies' Book, Philadelphia, March 1850. Also found in the above, Vol.3.

  445. Ellet, Elizabeth Fries, "Martha Bratton", The Women of the American Revolution, Third Edition, New York: Baker and Scribner, 1849. Also found above, and here.

  446. Elliott, Daniel T. , Ebenezer Revolutionary War Headquarters: A Quest to Locate and Preserve, LAMAR Institute Publication Series, Report Number 73, The LAMAR Institute, Inc. Box Springs, Georgia, 2003.

  447. Elliott, Daniel T. , Sunbury Battlefield Survey, LAMAR Institute Publication Series, Report Number 64, The LAMAR Institute, Inc. Box Springs, Georgia, 2005.

  448. Archive Ellis, Franklin, History of Monmouth County, New Jersey. Philadelphia, R. T. Peck & co., 1885

  449. Archive Ellis, Franklin, History of that part of the Susquehanna and Juniata valleys, embraced in the counties of Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Union and Snyder, in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania ... . Philadelphia : Everts, Peck & Richards. 1886

  450. GBooks Elmer, Ebenezer, "Extracts From A Journal Kept By Doctor Ebenezer Elmer, During General Sullivan's Expedition". Pp.43-50, 87-194, Vol. II. Pp.18-56, 90-102, Vol. III. New Jersey History, Volumes 1-5. New Jersey Historical Society., 1847.

  451. Google Emerson, William, The Principles of Mechanics: Explaining and Demonstrating the General Laws of Motion, the Laws of Gravity, Motion of Descending Bodies, Projectiles, Mechanic Powers, .... J. Richardson, 1758.

  452. RP Emmerich, A., The Partisan in War, of the Use of a Corps of Light Troops to an Army, J.Debrett, London, 1789. From RoyalProvincial.com.

  453. Archive Emmons, George Foster, The navy of the United States, from the commencement, 1775 to 1853; with a brief history of each vessel's service and fate ... Washington, Printed by Gideon & Co. 1853,

  454. Encyclopædia Americana, Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford, eds., Carey, Lea & Carey, Philadelphia, 1829-1833.
    Google
    Google Book Search, with Encyclopædia Americana specified as title, is recommended to search for desired information due to the missing volumes and the distribution of appendices. Some articles found:
    John Eager Howard     Nathanael Greene     de Kalb     Henry Lee     Benjamin Lincoln     Francis Marion     Daniel Morgan     Andrew Pickens     Charles Cotesworth Pinckney     Thomas Pinckney     David Ramsay     Francis Rawdon     John Rutledge     von Steuben     Thomas Sumter     Timeline (terse, but interesting)     USA history     William Washington (the middle name Augustine is error)     Otho Holland Williams    

  455. Encyclopedia Britannica, Eleventh Edition. Published in twenty-nine volumes, 1910-1911.
    It is suggested that all available versions be compared for any usage, starting with the menu provided. The Google search, where provided, can often find mentions in articles not devoted exclusively to the subject of interest.
    Debated, 2004: 1 ,   2 ,   3 ,   4 .   Wikipedia article on
    Online versions:
    • Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia, 28 volumes, plain text, searchable. (work in progress):
      • Vol.1.
        Search for American War of Independence to compare with that found in the other two versions.
      • Vol.2,partial, Edited by humans. This will take a while. Same repackaged by ManyBooks.net, in multiple formats.

    • Online Encyclopedia. Simple index. More uncorrected OCR errors. Powerful feature: terms in text crosslinked to other articles.
      Google Google Adv. Search: Online Encyclopedia. Powerful but sometimes quirky.. Use provided menu first. Can be used to find info for which separate article is not provided.
      "...a community project where anybody can edit/correct articles and add comments about the original encyclopedia articles." Claims a copyright, presumably of formatting, or edited articles. Articles include:
      American War of Independence (long article, uncorrected OCR errors)     American War of Independence (1775-1785) (article, differs from previous)     Blackstocks (none)     Camden (brief article, uncorrected OCR errors)     Charleston (shown in menu, not found)     Cornwallis, Charles     Cowpens (brief article)     Eutaw Springs (brief article, uncorected OCR errors)     Guilford CH (no article)     Hobkirk Hill (no article, mentioned in Camden article and others)     Greene, Nathanael     King's Mountain (embedded, search for mountain)     Kosciuszko, Tadeusz     Morgan, Daniel     Prevost, Augustine (no article)     Ninety Six (no article)     Rawdon, Francis     Tarleton, Banastre     Washington, William (no article)    

  456. Archive The Encyclopaedia Britannica, The Encyclopaedia Britannica Company Limited.   Vol II 1929   Vol XII 1929   Vol XIV 1910   Vol XX 1911   Vol XXIII 1929  

  457. Archive The Encyclopaedia Britannica; a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1878-89), Baynes, Thomas Spencer, 1823-1887, Date 1878-89, Publisher New York, C. Scribner's Sons.   Vol. 1   Vol. 2   Vol. 3   Vol. 4   Vol. 5   Vol. 6   Vol. 7   Vol. 8   Vol. 9   Vol. 10   Vol. 11   Vol. 12   Vol. 13   Vol. 14   Vol. 15   Vol. 16   Vol. 17   Vol. 18   Vol. 19   Vol. 20   Vol. 21   Vol. 22   Vol. 23   Vol. 24   Vol. 25  

  458. Google Encyclopædia Britannica, Supplement to (Ninth Edition), Priests - Z, Henry G. Allen Co., 1889. Articles include:
    Privateering     Pulaski, Casimir     Religious liberty     Revolution, American     Revolutionary War, American     Rochambeau, Jean Baptiste     Sevier, John     Shelby, Isaac     Shipbuilding     Shoes     Slavery     State militia     von Steuben     Sumter, Thomas     Wayne, Anthony     Williamson, Hugh    

  459. EofA Encylopedia of Alabama (online), " 1540-1783: Europeans and Native Peoples".
    Topics include:
    * James Adair * William Bartram * British West Florida * Cherokees in Alabama * Choctaws in Alabama * Creek Warrior Sketch * Creeks in Alabama * Early European Exploration in Alabama * Engraving of Creek Town Layout * Fort Toulouse * Benjamin Hawkins * Map of East and West Florida * Map of Mobile Bay * Mico Chlucco the Long Warior * Southeastern Indians and the American Revolution * The History of the American Indians * Tuckabatchee Ceremonial Decoration * Upper Creek Towns of the Historic Period

  460. Google English, William Hayden, Conquest of the country northwest of the River Ohio 1778-1783, Vol.I. Bowen-Merril Co., 1895. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  461. Archive English, William Hayden, Conquest of the country northwest of the River Ohio 1778-1783, Vol.II. Bowen-Merril Co., 1895. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  462. Eshleman, H. Frank, Historic background and annals of the Swiss and German pioneer settlers of southeastern Pennsylvania, and of their remote ancestors, from the middle of the Dark Ages, down to the time of the Revolutionary War :an authentic history from original sources, of their suffering during several centuries before and especially during the two centuries following the protestant reformation, and their slow migration, moved by those causes, during the last mentioned to hundred years, westward in quest of religious freedom and their happy relief in the Susquehanna and Schuylkill Valleys in the New World; with particular reference to the German-Swiss Mennonites or Anabaptists, the Amish and other nonresistant sects. Lancaster, Pa. : [s.n.], 1917. [392 pages.] From Harvard University Library.

  463. Google Everard, Hugh E.E., History of Thos. Farrington's Regiment Subsequently Designated the 29th (Worcestershire) Foot, Worcester Press, 1891

  464. Jaegerkorps Ewald, Johann von, Diary of the American War: A Hessian Journal, Translated and Edited by Joseph P. Tustin, Yale University Press, 1979. From the Hesse Kassel Jaeger Korps reference page.

    Also, see "The Captain Johann von Ewald Diaries: Maps of the Revolutionary War"

  465. Jaegerkorps Ewald, Johann von, Johann Hinricks (Capt.s), Maj. Gen. Johann Christoph von Huyn, The Seige of Charleston. Translated and edited by Bernard A. Uhlendorf. University of Michigan Press, 1938. Tip: right click on toolbar, click on more tools, select "rotate clockwise", click on. From the Hesse Kassel Jaeger Korps reference page.

  466. Google Ewald(Ehwahl), Johann von, A Treatise Upon the Duties of Light Troops, Translated by A. Maimburg. C. Roworth, for T. Egerton, 1803

  467. Jaegerkorps Ewald, Johann von, Treatise on Partisan Warfare, Translation, Introduction and Annotation by Robert A. Selig, Davis Curtis Skaggs, Greenwood Press, 1991. From the Hesse Kassel Jaeger Korps reference page.

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  468. PALMM Fabel, Robin F. A., "Ordeal by Siege: James Bruce in Pensacola, 1780-1781". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 280. Volume 66 Issue 3, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, January 1988. Click on PDF. It is easier to read and navigate if you click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and read it in your pdf reader or s/w.

  469. SCPAFairies, Arthur, "Journal of Expedition Against the Cherokee Indians from July 18th, to October 11th, 1776", Transcribed and Annotated by Will Graves, p.20-36, Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, Vol.2 No.10, October 2005, Charles B. Baxley, editor.

  470. Google Fanelli, Doris Devine and Karie Diethorn, History of the Portrait Collection, Independence National Historical Park. Published 2001.

  471. Archive Fanning, David, The Narrative of Colonel David Fanning (a Tory in the Revolutionary War with Great Britain) : giving an account of his adventures in North Carolina, from 1775 to 1783, 1865, New York : Reprinted for J. Sabin. Edited by Wynne, Thos. H. (Thomas Hicks), 1820-1875.
    Also, Archive here. Authors and editors given as: Fanning, David, 1756?-1825; Wynne, Thos. H. (Thomas Hicks), 1820-1875; Wheeler, John H. (John Hill), 1806-1882; Swain, David L. (David Lowry), 1801-1868. Printed for private distribution only. Richmond, 1861.

    Library of Congress record: Author: Fanning, David, 1756?-1825. Title: The narrative of Colonel David Fanning : a Tory in the revolutionary war with Great Britain, giving an account of his adventures in North Carolina, from 1775 to 1783 / as written by himself, with an introduction and explanatory notes. Published: Richmond, Va. : Printed for private distribution only, in the first year of the independnence [sic] of the Confederate States of America, 1861. Description: xxv, 92 p. ; 29 cm. Series: Historical documents relating to the Old North State ; no. 1 LC Call No.: E278.F2F2 Notes: Introd. signed John H. Wheeler. Edited, from a copy of the original manuscript, by T.H. Wynne. Many of the notes are by D.L. Swain. "50 copies 4to."--P. [ii]. "Fifty copies printed on thin writing paper, and ten on thicker paper." Cf. Sabin. Crandall, M.L. Confederate imprints, 2624 Sabin 23778 LC copy is no. 21. DLC Subjects: American loyalists. United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narratives, British. North Carolina -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783. Other authors: Wynne, Thos. H. (Thomas Hicks), 1820-1875. Wheeler, John H. (John Hill), 1806-1882. Swain, David L. (David Lowry), 1801-1868. Other authors: Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress) DLC Control No.: 8675714

  472. Google Fanning, David, ed. by Savary, A. W., "Narrative of Col. Fanning", The Canadian Magazine, Ontario Publishing Co., Ltd., 1907.

  473. Archive Fanning, David, ed. by Savary, A. W., Narrative of his exploits and adventures as a Loyalist of North Carolina in the American Revolution, supplying important omissions in the copy published in the United States. Reprinted from The Canadian Magazine. Toronto, 1908.

  474. Fanning, David, Giving An Account Of His Adventures In North America From 1775 To 1783, as written by himself with an introduction and explanatory notes, excerpts.

  475. UNC Fanning, David, Narrative of Col. David Fanning, Written By Himself, Detailing Astonishing Events in No. Ca., From 1775 TO 1783. from Colonial and State Records of North Carolina, Volume 22, Pages 180 - 239.

  476. "Fanning, Account of the Adventures of Colonel David" by Murphey, Archibald D., from Google Murphey, Archibald D., The Papers of, Hoyt, William Henry, ed., E.M. Uzzell & Co., state printers, 1914

  477. Google Fanning, Nathaniel, Fanning's Narrative: Being the Memoirs of Nathaniel Fanning, an Officer of the Revolutionary Navy, 1778-1783. Printed for the Naval history society by the De Vinne press, 1912. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  478. gbooks Farmar, Robert, "Robert Farmar's Journal of the Seige of Pensacola...". Journal of British Major Robert Farmar, from The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the ..., Volume 4, Henry B. Dawson, 1860.

  479. Farnsworth, Amos, "Major Amos Farnsworth - Noddle's Island, His Journal of the Revolutionary War"

  480. Farrand, Max, "The Indian Boundary Line", American Historical Review, 10 (July 1905): 782-791. From "Classics of American Colonial History", Dinsmore Documentation.

  481. Google Farrier, George H. Memorial of the centennial celebration of the battle of Paulus Hook, August 19th, 1879: with a history of the early settlement and present condition of Jersey City, N.J. Jersey City: M. Mullone, printer, 1879

  482. Google Fast,Richard Ellsworth, Hu Maxwell, The History and Government of West Virginia, Acme Publishing Company, 1901

  483. Google Faust, Albert Bernhardt, The German Element in the United States .... Vol.I of two. 1909, Houghton Miflin. Vol. II

  484. Google Feltman, William, The Journal of Lieut. William Feltman, of the First Pennsylvania Regiment, 1781-82 Including the March into Virginia and the Siege of Yorktown, 1853, Pub. for the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, by H.C. Baird. Suggested by Nancy Lindroth.

  485. Archive Fenn, Elizabeth A., "Biological Warfare in 1700's US" From The Journal of American History Vol. 86, Issue 4: 1552-1580. (March 2000). Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV
    Library of Congress record: Uniform Title: Journal of American history (Bloomington, Ind.) Title: The Journal of American history. Published: Bloomington, Ind. : Mississippi Valley Historical Association, c1964- LC Call No.: E171.J87 Access: Note: View and search back issues via the JSTOR web site Location: http://www.jstor.org/journals /00218723.html Access: Current issues Location: http://www.historycooperative.org/jahindex.html

  486. PAFergus, James transcribed and annotated by Will T. Graves, Pension application of James Fergus W255731

  487. Ferguson, Nancy Ellen, 'Gilbert Town: Its Place in North Carolina and Revolutionary War History" "With Information on Andrew Hampton, Griffith Rutherford, William Gilbert, and the Death of James Dunlap".

  488. Google "Lt.Col. Patrick Ferguson, A Career of the American Revolution", Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Jul-Dec 1882.

  489. Smithsonian Ferling, John, "Myths of the American Revolution", Smithsonian Magazine, January 2010. Suggested by Kathy McKay.

  490. Google Fersen, de, "Letters of de Fersen, ADC to Rochambeau, written to His Father in Sweden". Pp. 300-309, Continued. Pp. 369-376, Continued. Pp. 437-448,The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  491. Google Field, Edward, Esek Hopkins, commander-in-chief of the continental navy during the American revolution, 1775 to 1778. Providence, The Preston & Rounds co. 1898.

  492. Google Field, Edward and Asa Bird Gardiner, The Remains of Major-General Nathanael Greene, Rhode Island General Assembly. Published 1903.

  493. Archive Field, Edward, Revolutionary defences in Rhode Island; an historical account of the fortifications and beacons erected during the American revolution, with muster rolls of the companies stationed along the shores of Narragansett bay. Providence, R. I., Preston and Rounds. 1896.

  494. Google Field, Thomas W., The Battle of Long Island, with Connected Preceded Events, and the Subsequent American Retreat [Memoirs of the Long Island Historical Society, Vol. II], Brooklyn: Long Island Historical Society, 1869. Described as the first to describe the burial of the Maryland dead at 3rd Ave., 7th & 8th Streets, Brooklyn, page 203. Suggested by Kim Maier.

  495. Archive Field, Thomas W.,, Read online "Narrative of the Services of the Maryland Battalion in Brooklyn, on the 27th of August, 1776.. 8 pages. Enlarge 1 click suggested. From Historic and Antiquarian Scenes in Brooklyn and Its Vicinity : with Illustrations of Some of Its Antiquities. Brooklyn, 1868.

  496. CARLDL Fischer, Hannah, "American War and Military Operations Casualties: Lists and Statistics", CRS Report for Congress, Updated May 14, 2008. [Note: While the Revolutionary War numbers are interesting, they cannot have accurately included the casualties of militia-vs-militia actions. It was estimated that there were 1600 widows in the 96 District of South Carolina alone (roughly 1/3 of the colony). The majority of casualties in SC would have been in all-militia actions.] .

  497. Fisher, Katherine D., "Distorted Legacy Of A Virginia Patriot: Thomas Nelson, Jr. (1738-1789)". Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of George Mason University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts English. 2004.

  498. Archive Fisher, Peter, 1782-1848, History of New Brunswick, 1921, St. John, N.B. : New Brunswick Historical Society,

  499. Archive Fisher, Sydney George, The True History Of The American Revolution, 1902, J. P. Lippincott Company. Also, Archive here. The point of this book is to show alternative evidence from that shown in previous (pre-1902) Rev. War histories. There is little attempt to cover the whole war (the Southern Campaign is relegated entirely to the last chapter alone. What he started here, he finished in "The Struggle for American Independence", and explained in "Legendary and Myth-Making...", following.

  500. Archive Fisher, Sydney George, The Struggle for American Independence, Volume I, 1908, J. P. Lippincott Company.

  501. Archive Fisher, Sydney George, The Struggle for American Independence, Volume II, 1908, J. P. Lippincott Company. Also, Archive here.

  502. Archive Fisher, Sydney George, The Legendary and Myth-Making Process in Histories of the American Revolution, 1912, Philadelphia.


  503. Fiske, John, The American Revolution, Houghton, Miflin & Co., New York, 1891

  504. MoA Fiske, John, "The Disasters of 1780", The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 66, Issue 395, September 1890.

  505. Google Fitch, William Edward, Some Neglected History of North Carolina, Being an Account of the Revolution of the Regulators and of the Battle of Alamance, the First Battle of the American Revolution, Neale Publ. Co., 1905.

  506. Google "Flags Famous in American History", p.341-361, National Geographic Magazine, Vol. XXXII, No.4, October 1917.
    Note: For each flag, note its number, then find this number on the appropriate image page (A or B), and then find its number on the appropriate description page (1 through 6).
    • Flags: item number (image page, description page)
      • Pre-Revolution Colonial Flag, 361 (A,1). This was the British flag during the Revolution.
      • 1775-1777, Cambridge Flag, national flag, 364 (A,2)
      • First Navy jack, 365 (A,2)
      • 1775, Col. Moultrie flag, 389 (B,3)
      • 1775, Washington's Cruisers, 391 (B,3)
      • Linked hands, 397 (B,4)
      • Gadsden flag, rattlesnake, 398 (B,4)
      • South Carolina Navy, rattlesnake, 400 (B,4)
      • 1776-1795, Merchant Ensign, 404 (B,5)
      • 1776, Fort Moultrie, 406 (B,5)
      • 1779, Pulaski, 407 (B,5)
      • 1781, Third Maryland (Cowpens), 411 (B,5). Described as certain here, later to be challenged.
      • 1781, Eutaw Standard (Wm. Washington), 412 (B,5)
      • 1781, Gatinois Regiment, 413; Saintogne Regiment, 414; Royal Deux Ponts, 415. (B,6) At Yorktown.
      • 1781, Ansbach, 416 (B,6). Captured at Yorktown.
      • 1781, New York Regiment, 417 (B,6) At Yorktown.
      • French Flag, Champlain and DeGrasse, 422 (B,6)
    • Images and descriptions
    This may also be found Archivehere (116mb). Start at page 341 (Replace contents in page box at bottom of page with 341 then click enter). Image zooms of 200% to 300% work well.
    It may also be found Google here (7.4mb).

  507. Archive Fleming, Thomas J., Beat the Last Drum - The Siege of Yorktown 1781, Martin's Press, 1963.

  508. I-Archive Flick, Alexander Clarence, Loyalism in New York during the American revolution. New York : The Columbia University Press. 1901

  509. Archive Flint, Martha Bockée, Early Long Island, a colonial study. New York [etc.] G.P. Putnam's sons. 1896

  510. Archive Flint, Timothy, 1780-1840, The Life and Adventures of Daniel Boone the first Settler of Kentucky, interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country, 1868, Cincinnati, U. P. James.

  511. Flint-locks, nomenclature, drawings

  512. PALMM Florida Historical Quarterly
    • Search.
      • Enclose an article title in quotes. Returns the FHQ issue record but not the article itself. May be useful or may return superfluous issues.
      • Works with author surname, given name (+initial). May be useful or may return superfluous issues.
      • Works with PID, e.g., 3169511. So far, this is the only means found to persistently link to the record for a single issue of FHQ. See example below.
      • Search for date, e.g., "1983-10" or "April 1976" not found useful.
      • Search for "volume 62 issue 2" (in quotes) got 268 returns! Not very useful.
      • Search for "identifier" (in quotes and w/o quotes), e.g. "SN00154113_0060_001" got no returns!
      • Once you have found the article of interest, searches made in your pdf s/w will likely be the easiest to make.
      • Google searches for "Florida Historical Quarterly" and your search terms are likely to be quite fruitful when combined with searches within articles with your pdf s/w.
    • Browse the collection. If you already know the issue of interest (as you might discover in Google searches, immediately above), this is not a bad place to start. There are 337 issues found on 18 pages. Those for 1925 through 1937 are out of place and are found on the last 4 pages.
      • Click on PDF.
      • For easiest viewing and searching, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.
    • Link to the record for an issue (not to an article) may be made similarly to this example. Note contents of url window in your browser (shown below). Note that such are driven by the "object_id" number (listed in the full record as PID, shown in table view as "Sys #").
      http://digitool.fcla.edu/R/DN971YYTUG8C5KUJ12CPFUSRBSEPVMN9E5XAPF9DQ7NXDTL4JG-01028?func=dbin-jump-full&object_id=3169502
      &local_base=GEN01&pds_handle=GUEST
    • References to an article should show its page number in the issue. When you click on PDF (see, above), the 4 to 6 articles in an issue will usually be shown individually in bookmarks in the left side-bar. If you use the d/l arrow (u.r.h. corner) to view the issue in your own PDF s/w or viewer, you sometimes lose these bookmarks in one or the other views.

  513. MoA Floy, Rev. J., D. D., "The Women of the Revolution, Part I", Ladies' Repository, Volume 10, Issue 7, Cincinnati, July 1850. Look for the stories of Jane Thomas and Dorcas Richardson. From "Making of America".
    Library of Congress record: Uniform Title: Ladies' repository (Cincinnati, Ohio) Title: The Ladies' repository [microform]. Published: Cincinnati : L. Swormstedt and J.H. Power, 1841-1876. LC Call No.: Microfilm 01104 no. 483, 893-898 AP


  514. Foote, William Henry (1794-1869), Sketches of North Carolina, Historical and Biographical, Illustrative of the Principles of a Portion of Her Early Settlers. (New York: Robert Carter, 1846).

    • UNC Online version from "Documenting the South".

    • Google From Google Book Library Project

    • Archive From Internet Archive (Gutenburg)

      Library of Congress record: Author: Foote, William Henry, 1794-1869. Title: Sketches of Virginia : historical and biographical / by the Rev. William Henry Foote. Published: Philadelphia : William S. Martien, 1850-55. LC Call No.: F226.F68

  515. Google Forbes, James Grant, Sketches, Historical and Topographical, of the Floridas. C.S. Van Winkle, 1821.

  516. Force, Peter, American Archives. Browse seems the best place to begin. Submitted by David K. Wilson.

  517. Archive Force, Peter, American Archives: Consisting Of A Collection Of Authentick Records, State Papers, Debates, And Letters And Other Notices Of Publick Affairs, The Whole Forming A Documentary History The Origin And Progress Of The North American Colonies; Of The Causes And Accomplishment Of The American Revolution ; And Of The Constitution Of Government For The United States, To The Final Ratification Thereof.
    LOC Record: Title: American archives: consisting of a collection of authentick records, state papers, debates, and letters and other notices of publick affairs, the whole forming a documentary history of the origin and progress of the North American colonies; of the causes and accomplishment of the American revolution; and of the Constitution of government for the United States, to the final ratification thereof. In six series ... By Peter Force. Prepared and published under authority of an act of Congress. Published: [Washington, 1837-53] Description: 9 v. 36 x 23 cm. LC Call No.: E203.A51 Notes: The 1st, 2d and 3d series have never appeared. No more published. The 5th series, left unfinished, ends with the year 1776. Fourth series. From the king's message to Parliament, of March 7, 1774, to the Declaration of independence by the United States ... Published by M. St. Clair Clarke and Peter Force. 1837-46. 6 v. -- Fifth series. From the Declaration of independence, July 4, 1776, to the definitive treaty of peace with Great Britain, September 3, 1783 ... Published by M. St. Clair and Peter Force. 1848-53. 3 v. Subjects: United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Sources. Other authors: Force, Peter, 1790-1868, comp. Control No.: 1689066

    • First, second and third series "never appeared.

    • Fourth Series.
      From the King's Message, of March 7th, 1774, to the Declaration of Independence, by the United States, in 1776.

    • Fifth Series.
      From the Declaration of Independence, in 1776, to the Definitive Treaty of Peace with Great Britain, in 1783.

    • Series Six never published.

  518. JR Force, Peter, "List of British Prisoners of Warr brought to Lancaster from the Southward on the [blank] of April 1781 ". Series IX, Reel 106, pp.580-592. Includes those from: Cowpens (364), Guilford CH, Fort Ann, Saratoga, Bennington, Freeman's Farm, McAlpin's Creek, Lincoln CH, Hudson River, Pitch Pine Plains, Lake George, Fort Stanwix, South Carolina, Portsmouth, Hanging Rock, Santee, Enoree River, Yadkin, at Sea, Kings Mountain, Musgrove Mill, Camden District, Mango's [Manigault's] Ferry, Lynche's Creek, Georgetown, Pedee, Haw River. Provided by Todd Braisted.

  519. LoC Peter Force Library, Library of Congress.

  520. JR "Register of Peter Force papers in the Library of Congress". Provided by David Neiland.

  521. Archive Ford, Henry Jones, The Scotch-Irish in America, 1915, Princeton, N.J, : Princeton University Press.

  522. Archive Ford, Worthington Chauncey. British Officers Serving in the American Revolution 1774–1783. Brooklyn, N.Y., 1897.

  523. I-Archive Ford, Worthington Chauncey, ed., Naval records of the American Revolution, 1775-1788. Washington : Govt. Print. Off. 1906.

  524. Archive Ford, Worthington Chauncey, Prisoners of war (British and American) 1778. Philadelphia. 1893.

  525. JR Fore, Samuel K., Adapted from former Cowpens NB Archive.org articles menu

  526. Google Forrest, William S., Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Norfolk and Vicinity, Including Portsmouth and the Vicinity, 1853 Lindsay and Blakiston.

  527. Google Fortescue, John William, A History of the British Army, Vol.III, 1763-1793, 1902, Macmillan, London.

  528. GBooks Fort, George, "An Account of the Capture and Death of the Refugee John Bacon". Pp.151-153, Vol. I. New Jersey History, Volumes 1-5. New Jersey Historical Society., 1847.

  529. Google Fosdick, Lucian John, The French Blood in America. R. G. Badger, 1906.

  530. JR Fowler, Virginia, articles adapted from former Cowpens NB webpage Archive.org articles menu and from current menus.

  531. Google Fox, Dixon Ryan, Harper's Atlas of American History, Published 1920 Harper & Brothers.

  532. GBooks Franklin, Benjamin, "Benjamin Franklin letter to David Hall ref The Stamp Act, 9 Aug 1765". Pp. 426-427, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 8. Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1884.

  533. Google Fraser, Alexander, Report, 1904, Part II., Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario, 1905. Includes numerous depositions by Loyalists for Rev War service.

    Positive returns when searched for cow pens, jarvis, camden, tarleton, cunningham, fanning, augusta, savannah, hanging rock, guilford, guildford, rawdon, ninety six, charles town, ferguson, wilmington, leslie, york town, sullivan, .

    No returns when searched for wemyss, hobkirk, rocky mount, pyle, fishdam, rugeley, hillsboro, winnsboro, charlotte town, chesney, timpany, mudlick, fort williams, moira, 71st, eutaw, greene, morgan, green spring, williamsburg, allaire, kings mountain, ramsour, moultrie, cheraws, waxhaws, buford, sumter, sumpder.
    Also, see Ontario Legislative Assembly, Sessional Papers, 1905.

  534. GBooks Fraser, Georgia, The Stone House of Gowanus: Scene of the Battle of Long Island, New York: Witter and Kintner, 1909 - 149 pages
    Chapter Six: Maryland Troops; The Battle of Long Island, p.95-107. Read online.

  535. Archive Freilich, Jeffery, "American Revolution and Polish Troops". Windows Media. 3 minutes. View given that Pulaski's remains have been found in Savannah but not beneath the monument (debateable).

  536. "From Revolution to Reconstruction ... and what happened afterwards", A Hypertext on American History from the colonial period until Modern Times Department of Humanities Computing & Department of American Studies University of Groningen, The Netherlands. Essays:

  537. Google French, Allen, The Day of Lexington and Concord: the Nineteenth of April, 1775. Little, Brown, and Company, 1925

  538. Google "French Officers Who Served in American Armies, 1776-1768". Pp. 364-369, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  539. Archive Frost, John, Border Wars of the West.... New York ; Auburn : Miller, Orton & Mulligan, 1856.

  540. Google Frothingham, Richard, History of the siege of Boston, and of the battles of Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill. Little, Brown, and Company, 1849.

  541. MoA Furey, Francis T., "Catholics and the Revolution", Catholic World, Volume 65, Issue 388, New York, N.Y., July 1897. From "Making of America".
    Library of Congress record: Title: Catholic world. Published: [Paramus, N.J., etc., Paulist Fathers, etc.] Description: 214 v. ill., plates. 24 cm. LC Call No.: AP2.C3 Dewey No.: 282/.05 ISSN: 0008-848X Notes: A monthly magazine of general literature and science. Available on microfilm from University Microfilms and on the World Wide Web through the Making of America Web site. SERBIB/SERLOC merged record Other authors: Paulist Fathers. Control No.: 11137032 Access: Location: http://www.hti.umich.edu/m/moajrnl/browse.journals/cath.html

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  545. Loyola Gach, Michael, The Indians of the North and Northwest in the American Revolution, Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts in Loyola University, Chicago Illinois, February 1946.

  546. Wiki Gainey, Joseph R. "Charles Woodmason". Suggested by J. Gainey. Creative Commons conditions of usage.

  547. Thayer Gálvez, Bernardo de, "Diary of the Operations Against Pensacola 1780-1781". From the website of Bill Thayer. Use control-f and search for pensacola to find other versions of this diary as well as other relevant works.

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  552. Archive Gardner, Monica, Kosciuszko, a Biography, London : G. Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1920. Suggested by William Reynolds, Jr. in Andrew Pickens, Jefferson NC & London, Macfarland & Co., 2012.

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  555. Google Gayarré, Charles, The History of Louisiana, The Spanish Domination, Armand Hawkins, New Orleans, 1885. Also, here and Thayer here (Vol.III).

  556. "Georgia and the American Revolution" from Our Georgia History. A menu of related articles.

  557. Geist, Christopher, "Of Rocks, Trees, Rifles, and Militia", Colonial Williamsburg, Winter, 2008. Suggested by John Maass.

  558. Google General Assembly, State of Georgia, Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia Passed at Milledgeville at a Special Session in April and May, 1821. . Printed by Grantland & Orme, 1821.

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  560. Gerlach, Larry R., New Jersey in the American Revolution, 1763-1783: A Documentary History. Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1975.

  561. Google German American Annals, "The German Waldeck Regiment and The Sixtieth or 'Royal American Regiment on Foot' in the War of 1779 to 1781", p. 202, Vol. 7, 1909.

  562. Ghaffar, Tariq, "Battle of Hobkirk Hill Survey, Test Lot One Summary"

  563. Archive Gibbes, R.W., Documentary history of the American revolution: consisting of letters and papers relating to the contest for liberty, chiefly in South Carolina, from originals in the possession of the editor, and other sources (1853-1857)
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  564. Gibbon, Edward, History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire ed. J.B. Bury with an Introduction by W.E.H. Lecky. New York: Fred de Fau and Co., 1906. Online Library of Liberty, Liberty Fund.

  565. Google Gibson, Robert, A Treatise of Practical Surveying, P.Wogan publ., 1795.

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  567. Google Gilmore, James Roberts , The Advance-guard of Western Civilization. Published 1888 D. Appleton & Co.
    Keywords: chickasaws, spanish governor, mcgillivray, joseph brown, sevier, creek nation, gayoso, james robertson, cherokees, daniel clark, carondelet, spanish minister, mansker, northern indians, watauga, anthony bledsoe, catholic majesty, mrs. hays, valentine sevier, hugh eogan

  568. Google Gilmore, James R., The Rear-guard of the Revolution , 1889, D. Appleton and Company.
    Keywords: watauga, mountain men, sevier, french broad, culla, british leader, echota, james robertson, nolichucky, southern colonies, cherokees, parched corn, alleghanies, british commander, tellico, dragging canoe, isaac thomas, isaac shelby, evan shelby, valentine sevier

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  570. Google Girardin, Paul Bentalou, Pulaski Vindicated from an Unsupported Charge: Inconsiderately Or Malignantly Introduced in Judge Johnson's Sketches of the Life and Correspondence of Major Gen. Nathaniel Greene , Israel Thorndike Pamphlet Collection, Library of Congress, 1824, Printed by J. D. Toy.

  571. Glass, P.T., "Sketch of Henry Rutherford". The American Historical Magazine V (1900) p. 225.

  572. Hidden Trenton Goldstein, Michael, Guide to the Battles of Trenton and Princeton from "Hidden Trenton". Online 60-page booklet with supporting Google Earth maps. An interesting and attractive model for telling the story of military action of a region.

  573. Google Goodrich, John E., ed. The State of Vermont - Rolls of the Soldiers in the Revolutionary War 1775-1783, The Tuttle Co., Rutland VT, 1904. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  574. Archive Goold, Nathan, "History of Colonel Jonathan Mitchell's Cumberland County Regiment, Bagaduce Expedition, 1779". Portland, Me., Press of the Thurston Print. 1899.

  575. Gordon, Thomas, 1828-33 Map of New Jersey. West Jersey History Project.

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  578. Archive Gordon, William, The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the Independence of the United States of America, Vol. III, 1778-1780, publ. 1788. Also, Archive here.

  579. Google Gordon, William, The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the Independence of the United States of America, Vol. IV, 1780-1787, publ. 1788. Also, Archive here.

  580. YhG Gorn, Elliott J., "Gouge and Bite, Pull Hair and Scratch:" The Social Significance of Fighting in the Southern Backcountry, The American Historical Review, volume 90, February to December 1985, pages 18-43.

  581. Google Graham, George Washington, The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, May 20, 1775, and Lives of Its Signers, New York: The Neale Publishing Company, 1905.


  582. LofDM Graham, James, The Life of General Daniel Morgan" of the Virginia Line of the Army of the United States, with Portions of His Correspondence. Originally published 1856. Hardback, 475 pages.

    Library of Congress record: Author: Graham, James (of New Orleans) [from old catalog] Title: The life of General Daniel Morgan, of the Virginia line of the army of the United States, with portions of his correspondence; comp. from authentic sources. Published: New York, Derby & Jackson; Cincinnati, H. W. Derby & co., 1856. LC Call No.: E207.M8G7

  583. Graham, Joseph, General Joseph Graham's Narrative of the Revolutionary War in North Carolina in 1780 and 1781 from Google Murphey, Archibald D., The Papers of, Hoyt, William Henry, ed., E.M. Uzzell & Co., state printers, 1914

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  589. PALMM Grant, Ethan A., "Anthony Hutchins: A Pioneer of the Old Southwest". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 405. Volume 74 Issue 4, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, Spring 1996. Click on PDF. It is easier to read and navigate if you click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and read it in your pdf reader or s/w.

  590. NPS Graves, Donald E., Guide To Canadian Sources Related To Southern Revolutionary War National Parks

  591. Google Graves, John Temple, ed., Men of Mark in Georgia, A. B. Caldwell publ, 1912. Some names of interest: James Jackson 186(184-5 missing), William Jasper 192, Samuel Hammond 148(147 missing), Lacklan McIntosh 247(246 missing), Anthony Wayne 337(336 missing). Note page number then search for name "within this book", select nearest page, then click to desired page.

  592. Graves, Spencer, "Violence, Nonviolence, and the American Revolution", Productive Systems Engineering, 2005. A number of interesting points made in an anti-war view of the war.

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  594. Google Graydon, Alexander, Memoirs of his own time: with reminiscences of the men and events of the revolution. Lindsay & Blakiston, 1846. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  595. Green, Harry Clinton, Mary Wolcott Green The Pioneer Mothers of America, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1912-1913

  596. I-Archives Green, Jack P., ed., The Reinterpretation Of The American Revolution 1763-1789, Harper & Row, New York, 1968. 33mb download. 24 essays. Requires DjVu plugin (available).

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  599. Archive Greene, George Washington, Nathanael Greene, An examination of some statements concerning Major-General Greene, in the ninth volume of Bancroft's History of the United States , 1866, Boston, Ticknor and Fields. Also, Google here.
    Library of Congress record: Author: Greene, George Washington, 1811-1883. Title: Nathanael Greene. An examination of some statements concerning Major-General Greene, in the ninth volume of Bancroft's History of the United States. By George Washington Green. Published: Boston, Ticknor and Fields, 1866. LC Call No.: E209.G9G81

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  609. Archive 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 and Company, 1867. Used as source by Edward McCrady.

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  634. Google Hanger, George, A letter to ... lord Castlereagh ... proving how one hundred and fifty thousand men may be acquired in the short space of two months; with instructions to the Volunteers. To which is added a plan for the formation of a corps of consolidated marksmen, 1808.
    [p.78] and as to firing at a man at 200 yards with a common musket, you may just as well fire at the moon and have the same hopes of hitting your object. I do maintain and will prove, whenever called on, that no man was ever killed at 200 yards, by a common soldier's musket, by the person who aimed at him.

    [p.78] A soldier's musket, if not exceedingly ill-bored (as many of them are), will strike the figure of a man at eighty yards; it may even at 100; but a soldier must be very unfortunate indeed who shall be wounded by a common musket at 150 yards, provided his antagonist aims at him; and as to firing at a man at 200 yards with a common musket, you may just as well fire at the moon and have the same hopes of hitting your object.

    [p.79] I have many times asked the American backwoodsmen what was the most their best marksmen could do; and they have constantly told me that an expert rifleman, provided he can draw good and true sight (they mean by this expression, when they can distinctly see the object aimed at in a direct line with the two sights on the rifle), can hit the head of a man at 200 yards.

  635. Archive Hanger, George, General George Hanger, to all sportsmen, farmers, and gamekeepers : Above thirty years' practice in horses and dogs; to feed and cure them of all common disorders and to save a dog which has been poisoned (1816). London : Printed for J.J. Stockdale. See pp.122-124 for account of near-miss from rifle at 400 yards.

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  638. Archive Hanna, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), The Scotch-Irish : or, The Scot in North Britain, north Ireland, and North America Vol.I, 1902, New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons.   Vol. II

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  640. MoA Hardin, Lt. John J., "Two Leaves of Revolutionary History", The American Whig Rreview, Volume 8, Issue 6, Dec 1848, Wiley and Putnam, New York. "Taken down from conversations with Governor Shelby". Battles at Musgroves Mill and Kings Mountain.

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  642. Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History from 458 A. D. to 1909, Harper, 1906-1910
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  644. Archive Harris, William W., The battle of Groton Heights : a collection of narratives, official reports, records, &c., of the storming of Fort Griswold, and the burning of New London by British troops, under the command of Brig.-Gen. Benedict Arnold, on the sixth of September, 1781 ; with an introduction and notes. New London. 1870.

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  650. Archive Hartley, Cecil B., Life of Major General Henry Lee, Commander of Lee's Legion in the Revolutionary War, and Subsequently Governor of Virginia; to which is added the Life of General Thomas Sumter of South Carolina , 1859, New York : Derby & Jackson.

  651. CARLDL Harty, Jared Brandon, George Washington: Spymaster and General Who Saved the American Revolution. Command and General Staff College (CGSC), School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) Monograph. 2012.

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  658. Archive Hayden, Horace Edwin, The massacre of Wyoming. The acts of Congress for the defense of the Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, 1776-1778: with the petitions of the sufferers by the massacre of July 3, 1778, for congressional aid. Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Wyoming Historical and Geological Society. 1895.

  659. Google Haymond, Henry, History of Harrison County, West Virginia, Acme, 1910. Page 146, section on Revolution.

  660. Haynes, Kenneth R., Jr., "Lord Charles Cornwallis's March Down the Cape Fear River", suggested by John Maass.

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  670. Henderson, Archibald, ...Conquest of the Old Southwest

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  671. KVL Henderson, Archibald, Isaac Shelby : Revolutionary Patriot and Border Hero (Vol. 1), 1750-1780, North Carolina Society, Raleigh, N.C., 1918. From Kentuckiana Digital Library. Vol.2, 1780-1783

  672. Hendrix, Scott N., The Spirit Of The Corps: The British Army And The Pre-National Pan-European Military World And The Origins Of American Martial Culture, 1754-1783, dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, 2005.

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  677. Yale Henry, Patrick, "Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death", March 23, 1775. From Yale Law School, Avalon Project.

  678. HeritageQuest Online. On many library websites, you can use your library card number to access HeritageQuest. Start with libraries for which you have a card or where it is possible for you to obtain a card (e.g., in your county or adjacent counties). It is available in some smaller towns (Camden SC, Shelby NC, Rock Hill SC) and in most larger libraries (Charlotte NC, Gastonia NC, Raleigh NC). It might be listed under "Onliine Resources" or "Genealogy" or something similar.
    • "Search Revolutionary War". You may search for a Revolutionary War pension statement or bounty grant application. Apparently, the pension applications are incomplete. My ancestor applied in AL but I could not find his pension application until I searched in SC (where he lived until 1822), so some experimentation may be required for state. Another ancestor applied in SC but his application appeared for MD, his state of origin.
      Some records available: Joseph McJunkin, Thomas Young, Guilford Dudley, Christopher Brandon, William Farr, Silas McBee, Thomas Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, James "Horseshoe" Robertson, Joseph Hughes, John E. Howard (bounty land), William Washington (bounty land), William Robertson (son of Charles, at Musgroves, Ft.Thicketty, Kings Mountain, Lookout Mountain)
    • "Search Books". A useful approach is to click on "Publications", then click on "Search Publications".

  679. Herring, James, James Barton Longacre, The National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans: With Biographical Sketches
    [Note: the page numbers given as "p.(74)" refer to those in the .pdf documents. If the contents of the page box at the bottom of the page is replaced with, say, (74) including parentheses followed by "Enter", one can expect to be taken to page (74 of ...).]
    • I-Archive Volume I, Bancroft, Philadelphia, 1834. Includes Anthony Wayne p.(74), Isaac Shelby p.(114), William Moultrie p.(84), Nathanael Green p.(62)
      Also, here, here, here
    • I-Archive Volume II, Bancroft, 1835. Includes Thomas Jefferson p.(38), Patrick Henry p.(86), Benjamin Lincoln p.(116), John Eager Howard p.(168), Otho H. Williams p.(184).
      Also, here, here
    • I-Archive Volume III, Bancroft, 1836. Includes David Ramsay p.(236), Lachland McIntosh p.(304), Daniel Morgan p.(142), Francis Marion p.(104), Andrew Pickens p.(322), Henry Lee p.(252), William A. [sic] Washington p.(346), James Jackson p.(332), William R. Davie p.(132).
      Also, here, here, here.
    • I-Archive Volume IV, Bancroft, 1834. Includes John Rutledge p.(28), Henry Laurens p.(163), Thomas Sumter p.(205), Charles C. Pinckney p.(171), Thomas Pinckney p.(123), Mordecai Gist p.(217).
      Also, here, here, here, here. Also, Google here

  680. I-Archive (Author not given), The National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans : with Biographical Sketches by Celebrated Authors, Rice, Rutter & Co., 1865
    [Note: the page numbers given as "p.(74)" refer to those in the .pdf documents. If the contents of the page box at the bottom of the page is replaced with, say, (74) including parentheses followed by "Enter", one can expect to be taken to page (74 of ...).]
    • Volume I. Includes Thomas Jefferson p.(50), Anthony Wayne p.(134), Patrick Henry p.(232), William Moultrie p.(260), Otho H. Williams p.(422)
    • Volume II. Includes Daniel Morgan p.(328), David Ramsay p.(360), Francis Marion p.(382), Andrew Pickens p.(394), Henry Lee p.(404)
    • Volume III. Includes James Jackson p.(73), John Rutledge p.(269), Lachlan McIntosh p.(43), William Washington p.(67), Henry Laurens p.(277), Thomas Pinckney p.(285), p.(299).
    • Volume IV. Includes Charles C. Pinckney p.(80), Nathanael Greene p.(198), Isaac Shelby p.(269), Benjamin Lincoln p.(295), William R. Davie p.(421)

  681. Jaegerkorps"Hessian" treaty with George III, 1776 (.doc), (Translation of a treaty between his Majesty and the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, 15 Jan 1776). From the Hesse Kassel Jaeger Korps reference page.

  682. NR Heth, William, "Orderly Book of Major William Heth of the Third Virginia Regiment, May 15 - July 1, 1777" from New River Notes. Annotated article presumably by Jeff Weaver

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  683. GBooks Higgins, Charles Michael, "Brooklyn and Gowanus in history: the battle of Long Island, August 27, 1776 ". Read online. Brooklyn Eagle Press, 1916 - Long Island, Battle of, 1776 - 15 pages.

  684. Google Hildreth, Richard History of the United States of America from the Discovery of the Continent to the Organization under the Federal Constitution, 1497-1789, in 3 volumes, Vol. 3, Harper and Brothers, 1874. Also, I-Archive here and I-Archive here.

  685. I-Archive Hill, Roscoe R., Archivo General de Indias, Descriptive catalogue of the documents relating to the history of the United States in the Papeles procedentes de Cuba..., Washington, D.C., Carnegie institution of Washington, 1916. Suggested by John Morris.

  686. WordPress Hill, Stephen W., "Hessian Flags in the American War for Independence, 1776-1783". Military Collector & Historian; Winter2003/2004, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p226.


  687. JR Hill, William, Col., Col. William Hill's Memoirs of the Revolution.Unpublished, 1815, became public, 1835.
    Note: It is recommended that Hill's memoirs and (1) James Williams: An American Patriot in the Carolina Backcountry, 2002, by William Graves and/or (2) Backcountry Revolutionary: James Williams 1740-1780..., 2012, also by William Graves, be read back-to-back. With assent of the SC Department of Archives and History. Library of Congress record: Author: Hill, William, 1740-1816. Title: Col. William Hill's memoirs of the revolution, edited by A. S. Salley, jr. Published: Columbia, S.C., Printed for the Historical commission of South Carolina by the State company, 1921. LC Call No.: E263.S7H64

  688. Archive Hill, William, Col. William Hill's Memoirs of the Revolution. Columbia, S. C. : Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by the State Company, 1921.

  689. Archive Hines, Ezra Dodge, "Arnold's March from Cambridge to Quebec". Salem, Mass. : Salem Press, 1898.

  690. Google Hispanics in America's Defense, "American Revolution, 1775-1783", p.5-10, Department of Defense, Diane Publishing, 1997.

  691. Historical and biographical annals of Columbia and Montour counties, Pennsylvania, containing a concise history of the two counties and a genealogical and biographical record of representative families ..
    • Google Volume I. J. H. Beers & co., 1915 - Columbia County (Pa.)
    • Archive Volume II. Chicago, J. H. Beers & co. 1915.

  692. JR "Historical County Lines". The oldest and still the best single place to find our where county lines "used to be", including during, before and after the Revolutionary War.

  693. Google Historical Magazine: And Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities, History, and Biography of America. John G. Shea, New York.

  694. Archive Historical Section of the General Staff, A history of the organization, development and services of the military and naval forces of Canada from the Peace of Paris in 1763, to the present time (18--?]), Volumes I thru III (1763-1784), Quebec, unknown date.

  695. A History of Spartanburg County, South Carolina Writers Project, W.P.A., Spartanburg, S.C.: Band & White., 1940
    • Go to a library website participating in HeritageQuest, which will be found under "Online Resources" or "Genealogy", and log on using your library card number.
    • Click on "Search Books"
    • Click on "Publications"
    • Click on "Search Publications"
    • At Title, enter "A History of Spartanburg County ", and click "Search"
    • Click on "View Hits"

  696. Google History of the Upper Ohio Valley, published by Brant & Fuller, 1891. An account of the death of Robert Kirkwood.

  697. Hodge, Frederick Webb,   Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico

  698. CARLDL Hoffer, Edward E., "Operational Art and Insurgency War: Nathnael Greene 's Campaign in the Carolinas", 1988, School of Advanced Military Studies, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

  699. PALMM Holmes, Jack David Lazarus, Pensacola Settlers, 1781-1821, Published by the Pensacola Historical, Restoration and Preservation Commission, Pensacola, Fla., 1970. Click on ico_mets then (if necessary) click on PDF (or "View PDF). It is easier to read and navigate if you click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and read it in your pdf reader or s/w. There are 105 pages, but you will find it necessary to use the links on the left sidebar to access every few pages. If it were of sufficient use for your personal research, you could d/l the individual pdf sections and use your pdf s/w combine them into a single file.

  700. BBC Holmes, Richard, "The American War of Independence: The Rebels and the Redcoats". Last updated 2013-08-30. BBC, History.

  701. Archive Holy Bible, King James Version, with Apocrypha, an exact reprint page for page of the Authorized Version published in the year 1611, 1883, Oxford University Press
    Volume One
    Volume Two

  702. Archive Holy Bible, King James Version, 1637, Printed by the printers to the Universitie of Cambridge. Presumably, this is close to the version of the King James Bible that would have been brought to the American colonies by Protestant emigrants from the United Kingdom. It may be noted that it contained the books referred to by Protestants today as "the Apochrypha".

  703. Archive The Holy Bible translated from the Latin vulgate : the Old Testament first published by the English College at Douay, A.D. 1609 : and the New Testament first published by the English College at Rheims, A.D. 1582 : with annotations, references, and an historical and chronological table, c1914, New York : P.J. Kenedy & Sons. This is presumably close to the version of the Bible that would have been brought to the American colonies by Catholic emigrants from Europe.

    Archive Holy Bible (Geneva Bible, New Testament). This is the historic Geneva Bible (produced around 1560). This is the New Testament portion. This is one of the first printed religious works to be done without the censorship of the Roman Catholic Church. It is known to have been produced by Theodore Beza (de Beze), with the help of several others. It is part of the chain of transmission of the books of the New Testament, and demonstrates that the cries against censorship are part of the human condition, no matter how well motivated the source of the action might have been. The Geneva Bible was printed beginning around the 1560s but continued to be produced into the 1600s. A French Edition was also made, and those along with the Bible produced by Diodatti (Diodati) produced standards of scholarship against which most other versions were measured.

  704. Holy Bible (Geneva Bible - 1560 "Breeches Bible", notes a work in progress). Less Apocrypha. Identified by Gen.3:7 reading ...and made themselves breeches.. History of the Geneva Bible. Transcription of following version.

  705. G Books Holy Bible (Geneva Bible - 1560 "Breeches Bible) with Apocrypha. Actual page images of above version.

  706. Holy Bible (Geneva Study Bible, 1599). THE GENEVA BIBLE was the first complete Bible to be translated into English from the original Hebrew and Greek texts. In part due to the extensive marginal notes, it was the most widely read and influential English Bible of the 16th and 17th centuries, and the Bible of choice for many of the greatest writers, thinkers, and historical figures of the Reformation era. During King James's reign, and into the reign of Charles I, the Geneva Bible was gradually replaced by the King James Bible, Authorized Version of 1611.

  707. Archive Hopkins, Esek, The Letter Book of Esek Hopkins, Commander-in-Chief of the United States Navy, 1775-1777. Providence, Printed for the Rhode Island Historical Society, 1932. Transcribed from the original letter book in the library of the Rhode Island Historical Society, with an introduction and notes by Alverda S. Beck. Study submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in the Department of History in the Graduate School of Brown University. Suggested by UELAC "American Revolution, 1775-1783, Select Bibliography", "Frigate Richmond Ship's Company".

  708. Google Hosack, David, "A Biographical Memoir Of Hugh Williamson, M. D. LL. D.", Collections By Halifax Nova Scotia Historical Society, New-York Historical Society, Morning Herald Office, 1821

  709. Archive Hough, Franklin Benjamin, 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. 1867, J. Munsell.

  710. Google Hough, Franklin Benjamin, The Siege of Savannah: by the combined American and French forces, under the command of Gen. Lincoln and the Count d'Estaing. Published 1866 J. Munsell.

  711. PALMM Howard, Clinton N., "Colonial Pensacola: The British Period. Part III", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 368. Volume 19 Issue 4, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, April 1941. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF vierer or s/w.

  712. PALMM Howard, C. N., "The Military Occupation of British West Florida". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 45. Volume 17 Issue 03. January 1939, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  713. MoA Howard, George Elliott, Preliminaries of the Revolution, 1763-1775. New York, London: Harper & brothers, 1905.

  714. Howard, Frank, "Pensacola Florida, Revolutionary War" , 1995

  715. Howard, Josh, "Long, Obstinate and Bloody", audio 23:53, from "Bits of History by NC Museum of History". Thanks to a Facebook post by Steve Ware.

  716. Google Howe, George, History of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina, Volume 1, Duffie & Chapman, 1870

  717. Archive Howe, George, "The Scotch-Irish, and Their First Settlements on the Tyger River...", 1861, Columbia SC, Southern Guardian Steam-Power Press.

    Google Howe, Henry, Adventures And Achievements Of Americans, 1859, Henry Howe. Jump to page 109 for "Rescue 0f General Lafayette". The heroic adventure of Francis Huger, a young man of South Carolina, and of his companion, Dr. Bollman, in their attempted Rescue of General Lafayette from an Austrian Prison, at Olniutz." From the Universal Library, Carnegie Mellon University. Also, Cornell here.

  718. Google Howe, Henry, Historical collections of the Great West, Volumes 1 and 2. 1854

  719. I-Archive Howe, Octavius T., Beverly privateers in the American revolution. Cambridge, J. Wilson and Son. 1922

  720. Archive Howe, William, The Narrative of Lieut. Gen. Sir William Howe.... p.4ff. London: Baldwin. 1780.

  721. Cornell Howland, Henry Raymond, British privateer in the American Revolution, 1844, published in American Historical Review, 1902. Mention of being in Savannah River 15 March 1779 aboard the Vengeance, a 3-masted snow. From Cornell University Library. 27pp.

  722. Google Hoyt, William Henry, The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence: A Study of Evidence Showing that the Alleged Early Declaration of Independence by Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, on May 20th, 1775, is Spurious.
    Library of Congress record: Author: Hoyt, William Henry. Title: The Mecklenburg declaration of independence; a study of evidence showing that the alleged early declaration of independence by Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, on May 20th, 1775, is spurious, by William Henry Hoyt, A.M. Published: New York, London, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1907. Description: xv, 284 p. front., facsims. 25 cm. LC Call No.: E215.9.H86 Subjects: Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Control No.: 7275577

  723. Google Hoyt, William Henry, ed., The Papers of Archibald D. Murphey, E.M. Uzzell & Co., state printers, 1914


  724. Google Hubbard, John Niles, Sketches of border adventures in the life and times of Major Moses Van Campen. J.S. Minard, 1893.

  725. MoA Hubbard, Fordyce M., "Life of Gen. William Richardson Davie of N. C.", Southern literary Messenger * , Volume 14, Issue 8, Richmond, Virginia, August 1848. From "Making of America".

  726. DTIC Huber, Thomas M.; Morelock, Jerry D. ; et al, Compound Warfare: That Fatal Knot. U.S. Army Command and General Staff College Press, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 2002. Article of interest:
    Morelock, Jerry D., "Washington as Strategist: Compound Warfare in the American Revolution, 1775-1783", pp.53-90. Read online $ Scribd here Or Gbooks here.

  727. Google Hughes, Robert M., editor. "Revolutionary Correspondence of Col. Josiah Parker, of Isle of Wight County, Va.". The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 23 (1914) p. 259

  728. Google Huhner, Leon, "Francis Salvador, A Prominent Patriot Of The Revolutionary War", p.36-40, New Era Illustrated Magazine, July 1905.

  729. Google Hunt, Gaillard, Fragments of Revolutionary History, Historical Printing Club, 1892.

  730. Google Hunt, William, The Political History of England, 1760-1801, 1905, Longmans, Green & Co.


  731. Hunter, C.L., Sketches of Western North Carolina, Historical and Biographical, 1877

  732. USEPA Hunter Resource Consultants, Archaeological Sensitivity Study - Gowanus Canal, 228 pages, December 2011. Partially related to the burial sites, Battle of Brooklyn, p.(50). Map, potential burial sites, p.(59). Historic maps p.(143).
    • JR 39 page excerpt from above limited to Rev War burial sites after Battle of Brooklyn.
    • 4 page article, maps, sources, links (internal & external) added.
    • Note: On most of these maps, the dual maps are usually poorly geo-referenced at 3rd Avenue, 7th and 8th Streets (Should be on hills and not in marsh). See "Old Map Study" section for better alignment.
    • 38mb: slow loading. Worth the wait (couple of minutes).
    • Use bookmarks to access maps to keep zoom on "fit page"

  733. GBooks Hunter, William Hocking, The Pathfinders of Jefferson County. The Scotch-Irish.     Society, 1898 - Jefferson County (Ohio). Found in the same volume: Journal of Lieut Isaac Anderson.

  734. Archive Hurst, Gerald Berkeley, The Old Colonial System. Manchester : University press, 1905.
    Great Britain and the seven years' war.--Pitt's influence as minister.--The old colonial theory.--Dialectics on the question of taxation.--British feeling towards American in 1775.--Chatham and Burke.--"United empire" loyalty.--The war spirit in England, 1775-1783.--Britain's conduct of the war.--Colonial theory in land, 1775-1783.--"Hands across the sea."--Lessons of the American revolution

  735. Archive Hutchins, Thomas, An historical narrative and topographical description of Louisiana and West-Florida, comprehending the river Mississippi.... Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1784.

  736. Google Hutchins, Thomas, Capt., 60th Rgt. of Foot, A Topographical Description of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and North Carolina: Reprinted from the Original Ed. of 1778, 1904, Burrows Co.

  737. Google Hutchinson, William, A Treatise Founded Upon Philosophical and Rational Principles: Towards Establishing Fixed Rules, for the Best Form ... of Merchant's Ships ... and Also the Management of Them ... by Practical Seamanship; .... Thomas Billinge, 1791.

  738. Google Hutton, Charles, Mathematical Tables: Containing Common, Hyperbolic, and Logistic Logarithms. Also Sines, Tangents, Secants, and Versed-sines, Both Natural and Logarithmic. Together with Several Other Tables Useful in Mathematical Calculations. To which is Prefixed, a Large and Original History of the ..., 1785

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  739. Inbody, Don, Lecturer at Texas State University, Adjunct Professor at Concordia University Texas, "The Struggle for Loyalty in the American Revolution"

  740. Infantry in Napoleonic Wars. Applies generally to the Revolutionary War. From "Napoleon, His Army and Enemies".

  741. Google Inglis, Charles, Letters of Papinian: In Which the Conduct, Present State, and Prospects of the American Congress Are Examined ,86 pages, Wilkie, 1779.
    Suggested by Richard Gardiner, "The Presbyterian Rebellion?", Journal of the American Revolution, September 2013.

  742. Google Inman, George, Lieut, 16th Foot, "Losses of the (British) Military and Naval Forces Engaged in the War of the American Revolution", 1784. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. XXVII, 1903.

  743. Archive Irons, Larry, "Smoothbore Musketry". This article is included because I recently had a professional historian tell me that he had concluded based on a volume of similar studies (I do not recall its title), that 1000 militia men in the Battle of Cowpens, mostly armed with long rifle flintlocks, firing some 1200 rounds at 700 British provincials and regulars, from within 50 yards could only have been expected to hit perhaps a couple dozen of them, a conclusion which I find most remarkable. Lt. Roderick Mackenzie (search for two-thirds), himself one of those casualties, gave a much higher estimate.

  744. Archive Irving, Washington, Life of George Washington. Suggested by William Reynolds, Jr. in Andrew Pickens, Jefferson NC & London, Macfarland & Co., 2012.
    • Vol. II, New York: G. P. Putnam, 1860. Assumes command thru Princeton.
    • Vol. III, New York: G. P. Putnam, 1885. Morristown thru Savannah.
    • Vol. IV, New York: G. P. Putnam, 1857. Harsh winter thru Inauguration.

  745. Google Irving, Washington, 'Life of George Washington', Works of Washington Irving, Vol.IV, J. Lippincott & Co., 1869.

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  746. CARLDL Jackson, Joseph A., "March to disaster : Major General Edward Braddock and the Monongahela campaign", Master of Military Art and Science Theses, Combined Arms Research Library Digital Library. 1993.

  747. CARLDL Jacobsen, Kristin E., "Conduct Of The Partisan War In The Revolutionary War South", Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 2003.

  748. Jamaica Guide From suggestion by Patrick O'Kelley.

  749. Google James, Bartholomew, Journal of Rear-Admiral Barthomew James 1752-1828, [British] Navy Records Society, 1894. Account of Yorktown p.93. Also, see Tarleton's account p.385

  750. Google James, Charles Fenton, Documentary History of the Struggle for Religious Liberty in Virginia, J. P. Bell company, 1899.

  751. Archive James, James Alton, ed., George Rogers Clark Papers 1771-1781. Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1912.

  752. Google James, James A., "Spanish Influence in the West During the American Revolution", The Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 1918.


  753. WDJ James, William Dobien (1764-1838), Sketch of the life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion and a history of his brigade, A
    Library of Congress record: Author: James, William Dobein, 1764-1830. Title: 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, with descriptions of characters and scenes not heretofore published. Containing also an appendix with copies of letters which passed between several of the leading characters of that day, principally from Gen. Greene to Gen. Marion. Published: Marietta, Ga., Continental Book Co., 1948. LC Call No.: E263.S7J2 1948

  754. Google Jameson, J. Franklin, Dictionary of United States History, 1492-1895, Puritan, Boston, 1894

  755. Archive Jameson, J. Franklin, et al, The American Historical Review (1895-1896), American Historical Association.


  756. JR Jarvis, Stephen, Col., "Revealing the Life of the Loyalists who Refused to Renounce their Allegiance to the King and Fought to Save the Western Continent to the British Empire" . Published in the Journal of American History, Vol.1, Issues 3 & 4 in 1907. This transcription was made possible by photocopies from the Library of Congress provided by Sherri Bower, greatly assisted by earlier partial transcriptions from New River Notes and by Anne Sennish.

    Library of Congress record: Uniform Title: Journal of American history (New Haven, Conn.) Title: The Journal of American history. Published: [New Haven, Conn.] : Associated Publishers of American Records, [1907]-1935. Description: 29 v. : ill. ; 26-28 cm. LC Call No.: E171.J86 Dewey No.: 973 12 ISSN: 1074-3812 0021-8723 Notes: "Relating life stories of men and events that have entered into the building of the western continent." "Reproductions from rare prints and works of art (Americana)." Editors: 1907-1911, Francis Trevelyan Miller; 1912-1926, Frank Allaben; 1927-1935, Mabel Thacher Rosemary Washburn. Available on microfilm from Princeton Microfilm Corporation. Published: Meriden, Conn. : Journal of American History Corp., 1910-1911; New York, N.Y. : Frank Allaben Genealogical Co., 1912-1915; New York, N.Y. : National Historical Society, 1916-1935. Vols. 1 (1907)-7 (1913) in 1 v. SERBIB/SERLOC merged record Subjects: United States -- History -- Periodicals. Other authors: Miller, Francis Trevelyan, 1877-1959. Washburn, Mabel Thacher Rosemary. Other authors: National Historical Society. Control No.: 11134770

  757. FoF Jaycox, Faith, "The Road to Revolution in the English Colonies: 1750–1776"
    Jaycox, Faith. "The Road to Revolution in the English Colonies: 1750–1776." The Colonial Era, An Eyewitness History. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2002. American History Online. Facts On File, Inc. http://www.fofweb.com/activelink2.asp? ItemID=WE52&iPin=EHCEEssay12&SingleRecord=True (accessed October 26, 2013).

  758. Google Thomas Jefferson, The Writings of , H. W. Derby publ., 1859. Includes: "Biographical Sketch of General Kosciusko", p.491-497

  759. Google Thomas Jefferson, Memoirs, Correspondence, and Private Papers of edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph, H. Colburn and R. Bentley publ., 1829

  760. The Works of Thomas Jefferson in Twelve Volumes Collected and Edited by Paul Leicester Ford. The Federal Edition. (New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1904-1905)
    Google Google Search of Works of Jefferson

  761. Etext-UVa Jefferson, Thomas (1743-1826), Notes on the State of Virginia. Published: 1781-1782. From the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library. Facts, figures &c

  762. I-Archive Jenkins, Steuben, Historical Address at the Wyoming Monument, 3d of July, 1878, on the 100th Anniversary of the Battle and Massacre of Wyoming, Wilkes-Barre: R.Baur, 1878. Suggested by Elvin Birth.

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  763. PALMM Johnson, Cecil, "Pensacola in the British Period: Summary and Significance", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 263. Volume 37 Issue 3, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, January 1959. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  764. Google Johnson, Joseph, Traditions and Reminiscences, Chiefly of the American Revolution in the ..., 1851, Walker & James

  765. CARLDL Johnson, Todd J., "Nathanael Greene's Implementation of Compound Warfare During the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution",School of Advanced Military Studies United States Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. 2007.

  766. Johnson, Uzal, Dr., Diary of Dr. Uzal Johnson

  767. Google Johnson, William, Remarks, Critical and Historical, on an Article in the Forty-seventh Number of the North American Review Relating to Count Pulaski, Addressed to the Readers of the North American Review by the Author of Sketches of the Life of Greene, 1825, Printed by C.C. Sebring.

  768. Google Johnson, William, Sketches of the Life and Correspondence of Nathanael Greene, Vol. I, published for the author, 1822. Also, Archive here.

  769. Archive Johnson, William, Sketches of the Life and Correspondence of Nathanael Greene, Vol. II, , published for the author, 1822, not full-text searchable.

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  770. I-Archive Johnston, Arthur, Myths and facts of the American Revolution; a commentary on United States history as it is written. Toronto: W. Briggs, 1908

  771. Google Johnston, David Emmons, A History of Middle New River Settlements and Contiguous Territory. Standard Ptg. & Pub. Co., 1906

  772. Johnston, David E., A History of The Middle New River Settlements and Contiguous Territory, 1906. Chapter IV - 1775-1794 is of interest.
    VA Historical Soc. record: Call Number General Collection F232.N5 J6 Author Johnston, David E. (David Emmons), 1845-1917. Title A history of middle New River settlements and contiguous territory / by David E. Johnston. Published Huntington, W. Va. : Standard Ptg. & Pub. Co., 1906. Description 500, xxxi p., [16] leaves of plates : ill. ; 23 cm. General Note Includes index. Subjects Click any linked term to display more records indexed by it. Click here to display more records indexed by one or more terms in this list: New River Valley (N.C.-W. Va.) -- History. Virginia -- History. West Virginia -- History. Record no. 7828

  773. Google Johnston, Elizabeth Lichtenstein, Recollections of a Georgia Loyalist...written in 1836. Mansfield & Co., 1901

  774. Google Henry Phelps Johnston, The battle of Harlem Heights, September 16, 1776. Pub. for the Columbia University Press, The Macmillan Co., 1897. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  775. Archive Johnston, Henry Phelps. The campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn. The Long island historical society, 1878.

  776. Gutenberg Johnston, Henry P., Plan of the Battle of Long Island and of Brooklyn Defences, August 17th 1776

  777. Google Johnston, Henry Phelps, The storming of Stony Point on the Hudson, midnight, July 15, 1779. Da Capo Press, 1900. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  778. Archive Johnston, Henry Phelps, The Yorktown Campaign and the surrender of Cornwallis, 1781, 1881, New York, Harper & Brothers

  779. GBooks Johnston, Sir John; De Peyster, John Watts; Myers, Theodorus Baily, Orderly Book of Sir John Johnson During the Oriskany Campaign, 1776-1777, J. Munsell's Sons, 1882 - Oriskany, Battle of, 1777 - 273 pages.

  780. JStor Johnston, Ruth Y., "American Privateers in French Ports, 1776-1778". The Pennsylvania Magazine of History, Vol 53, (1929):352-374. The Jstor indicates that it may be read online but requires membership or payment to print or save.

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  781. Google Jones, Charles Colcock, Biographical Sketches of the Delegates from Georgia to the Continental Congress, Houghton, Mifflin, 1891

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  783. Google Jones, Charles Colcock, The Life and Services of the Honorable Maj. Gen. Samuel Elbert, of Georgia, Published 1887 The Riverside press. Suggested by article by Robert Scott Davis, "Biography: General Samuel Elberta", in SCAR newsletter Vol.3 No.10-11, Oct-Nov 2006.

  784. Google Jones, Charles C., annotator, The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries. "Route followed by Campbell, 1779, Savannah to Augusta". Published 1879, A. S. Barnes

  785. Archive Jones, Charles Colcock, The Siege of Savannah: In 1779, as Described in Two Contemporaneous Journals of French Officers in the Fleet of Count D'Estaing. Albany, N.Y. : J. Munsell. 1874. For full version of second journal (pp.75-93) in French, see GBooks Anonymous, Extrait du journal d'un officier de la marine de l'escadre de M. le comte d'Estaing 93 p., 1782. Publisher unknown. See separate listing.

  786. Archive Jones, Charles Colcock, Sepulture of Major General Nathanael Greene : and of Brig. Gen. Count Casimir Pulaski , 1885.

  787. CARLDL Jones, Douglas D., "The American Revolution: Understanding The Limiting Factors Of Washington'S Strategy", 2005. A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Master Of Military Art And Science, Military History. 2005.

  788. AmMem Jones, Joseph, Letters of Joseph Jones of Virginia. 1777--1787. The letters are addressed to Madison, Washington and Jefferson, and a few addressed by Washington and Madison to Jones are included. "The interest of Judge Jones' letters lies mainly in the careful picture he gives of the condition of Virginia politics subsequent to the treaty of peace with Great Britain."--Prefatory note. From American Memory, Library of Congress.

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  790. Archive Jones, Thomas, History of New York During The Revolutionary War. 1879.

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  792. DigitalCommons Joslin, Joseph, Jr., Journal of Joseph Joslin, Jr. of South Killingly, a Teamster in the Continental Service, March 1777 -- August 1778. Originally Published As: Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society. Hartford: Published by the Society, 1879. vol. 7 pp. 299-369. Posted by Norman Desmarais.

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  794. Google Jusserand, Jean Jules, With Americans of Past and Present Days. Scribner's 5, 1916. Also, I-Archivehere (several copies).

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  795. I-Archive Kallich, Martin, Ed; Macleish, Andrew, Ed, The American Revolution Through British Eyes, Harper & Row, New York, 1962. 16mb download. Numerous articles and sources. Requires DjVu plugin (available).
    See "Statistics on Population and Trade", p.179ff.

  796. Google Kane, John, William Harrison Askwith, List of Officers of the Royal Regiment of Artillery from the Year 1716 to the Year 1899, Royal Artillery Institution, 1900

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  798. Google Kapp, Friedrich, The Life of John Kalb, Major General in the Revolutionary Army, Published 1884. Suggested by article by S.L. Rinner, "Major General Johannes de Kalb: Tragic hero of the Battle of Camden" in SCAR, Vol.2 No.8

  799. Google Keen, Gregory B., ""The Descendant of Joran Kyn - Major John Patten", The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol.VII, Published 1883, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania p.302-306

  800. Google Keill, John, Euclid's Elements of Geometry: From the Latin Translation of Commandine, to which is Added, a Treatise of the Nature and Arithmetic of Logarithms ; Likewise Another of the Elements of Plane and Spherical Trigonometry. Trigonometry, Logarithms. W. Strahan, 1782. This is the 12th edition of a book initially published 6 decades earlier. Keill died in 1721.   Archive 1723, Archive 1726, Google 1726, Archive 1733,

  801. MoA Keitt, Hon. Lawrence M., "Patriotic Services of the North and the South", Debow's Review * , Volume 21, Issue 5, New Orleans, Nov 1856. From "Making of America".

  802. Google Kelby, William, compiler, Orderly Book of the Three Battalions of Loyalists, Commanded by Brigadier-General Oliver De Lancey, 1776-1778, New York Historical Society, 1917. Search for carolina.

  803. Google Kellog, Louise Phelps, ed., Frontier Advance on the Upper Ohio, 1778-1779. State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1916. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  804. Google Kellog, Louise Phelps, ed., Frontier Retreat on the Upper Ohio, 1779-1781. State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1917. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  805. Google Keltie, John Scott, Thomas Maclauchlan, John Wilson, James Browne History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments, Vol. II, Fullarton, 1875

  806. Kennedy, John Pendleton, Horse-shoe Robinson. Fictional account incorporating actual stories about multiple individuals told about the Revolution in the SC backcountry. It was mistakenly taken literally by many in the region for decades. Kennedy visited the area in the early 1800s and his description of the landscape are from observations made at that time. Originally published in 1835; revised in 1852. Major condensation in 1896 for school use. Minor condensation in 1928. It has also been studied for its literary value as evidenced by its long publishing history.


    • Poe, Edgar Allen, Review of Horse-Shoe Robinson , from Southern Literary Messenger*, May 1835, pp. 522-524. From "The Works of Edgar Allan Poe". Also, found MoAhere ("Go to" page 522) as it originally appeared in print in the Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 1, Issue 9, May 1834.

      MoA Britton, E. H., ed., "Kennedy's Horse-Shoe Robinson, Southern Quarterly Review * , Volume 6, Issue 11, Columbia, S.C., July 1852. From "Making of America".Review, with extensive comments of the period.

    • Kennedy, John Pendleton, John Pendleton Kennedy papers
      Enoch Pratt Free Library, microfilm, 27 reels. Enoch Pratt Free Library, 400 Cathedral St., Baltimore, MD 21201-4484, 410-396-5430
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    • WordPress Ivey, Robert A., "James Robertson and the book Horse Shoe Robinson". Grindal Shoals Gazette. WordPress.com. Posted on July 5, 2011.

  807. Google Kercheval, Samuel, Charles James Faulkner, John Jeremiah Jacob. A History of the Valley of Virginia, J. Gatewood, 1850

  808. I-Archive Kerr, Wilfred Brenton, The maritime provinces of British North America and the American Revolution. Sackville, N.B. : Busy East Press.

  809. Archive Kidder, Frederic, Military operations in eastern Maine and Nova Scotia during the revolution. Albany : J. Munsell, 1867.

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  811. GBooks King, Charles, "The Battle of Monmouth Court House". Pp.126-141, Vol. IV. New Jersey History, Volumes 1-5. New Jersey Historical Society., 1847. Click "Page 125".

  812. Google Kingsford, William, The History of Canada, Vol. VI (1776-1779) Note: Actually, covers Yorktown and later.

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  814. Archive Kirkwood, Robert, Joseph T. Brown, ed., The Journal and Order Book of Captain Robert Kirkwood of the Delaware Regiment of the Continental Line .. , Historical Society of Delaware, Wilmington, 1910. Suggested by Greg Brooking. [Note: a manual transcription of a portion of the handwritten document may be found at BattleofCamden.org, under "Documents by Participants".]

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  816. MHOL Klingler, Caleb, "Who was the American soldier during American Revolution? A Historian's Perspective".
    Historians, such as John Shy's A People Numerous & Armed: Reflections on the Military Struggle for American Independence, helps trace the American soldier in the war. Sylvia R. Frey's The British Soldier In America: A Social History of Military Life in the Revolutionary Period, helps to bridge the gap of understanding the British soldier. Don Higginbotham's The War of American Independence: Military Attitudes, Polices, And Practice 1763-1789, develops how military policy effected different social aspect of the war.
    From Military History Online.

  817. SSRN Kopel, David B., "How the British Gun Control Program Precipitated the American Revolution", 50pp.,Independence Institute; Denver University - Sturm College of Law, April 14, 2012, Social Science Research Network.

  818. Archive Knight, Lucian Lamar, Georgia's Roster of the Revolution, containing a List of the States Defenders; Officers and Men; Soldiers and Sailors; Partisans and Regulars; whether Enlisted from Georgia or settled in Georgia after the close of hostilities, Georgia. Dept. of Archives and History, 1920, Atlanta, Ga., Index Printing Co.

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  823. Google Lamb, Roger, An Original and Authentic Journal of Occurrences During the Late American War from Its Commencement to the Year 1783: From Its Commencement to the Year 1783, Wilkinson & Courtney, 1809.

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  825. Google Landrum, John Belton O'Neall, Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina: ..., 1897, Shannon & Co.

  826. Archive Landrum, John Belton O'Neall, History of Spartanburg County..., Atlanta, Ga., The Franklin prtg. and pub. co., 1900. Tip: For 'File not found' error, Right-click, 'Save link as...'.

  827. Common-Place Larkin, Edward, "What is a Loyalist? The American Revolution as civil war", Common-Place, vol. 8,no. 1, October 2007

  828. Google Lassiter, Frances Rives, "Arnold's Invasion of Virginia", The Sewannee Review, Vol.IX, 1901, University of the South.

  829. GR Lawrence, Alex, "Bugle Calls of the British Army". Captain Fraser’s Company of British Rangers.

  830. CARLDL Leach, Charles R. , "Leadership principles: how their use by Lieutenant General John Burgoyne and Major General Horatio Gates influenced the engagement at Saratoga, 1777.", Master of Military Art and Science Theses, Combined Arms Research Library Digital Library. 1965.

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  834. Archive Lee, Charles, 1731-1782, Anecdotes of the late Charles Lee, esq. ... : second in command in the service of the United States of America ... "during the revolution : to which are added, his political and military essays: also letters to and from many distinguished characters in Europe and America", edited by Langworthy, Edward, 1738?-1802. London: Printed for J.S. Jordan, 1797.

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  847. Google Leggett, Abraham, The narrative of Major Abraham Leggett: of the army of the revolution.... Priv. print., 1865. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

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  850. Google Lewis, Virgil Anson, History of the Battle of Point Pleasant, Fought Between White Men and Indians at the Mouth of the Great Kanawha River, 1909, The Tribune Printing Company.

  851. Rootsweb Leyburn, James G., The Scotch-Irish, A Social History, University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, copyright 1962
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  852. Google Libby, Orin Grant, "Ramsay As A Plagiarist", p.697-703, The American Historical Review, American Historical Association, 1902.

  853. Library of Congress, anonymous, "Map of Susquehanna Valley North of Sunbury Town", 1778?. Click on image and then on "Download JPEG2000 image" for largest version. Suggested by Elvin Birth.

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  855. Google Lincoln, Charles Henry, Naval Records of the American Revolution, 1775-1788, Washington: GPO, 1906.

  856. Archive Lincoln, Charles Henry, A Calendar of John Paul Jones Manuscripts in the Library of Congress, Washington, Govt. print. off., 1903. B&W pdf recommended.

  857. Google Lind, James, A Treatise on the Scurvy in Three Parts, Crowder, 1772

  858. Archive Linn, John Blair, Annals of Buffalo Valley, Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, Pa. : L.S. Hart, printer and binder. 1877

  859. Google Leiter, Mary Theresa, Biographical Sketches of the Generals of the Continental Army of the Revolution, J. Wilson and Son, 1889

  860. Archive Lesser, Charles H., "Sources for the American Revolution at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History"

  861. UNT Liles, Justin S., "The Reluctant Partisan: Nathanael Greene's Southern Campaigns, 1780-1783". 2005. Thesis Prepared for the Degree of Master Of Arts, University Of North Texas.

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  863. Google Lincoln, Charles Henry, Naval Records of the American Revolution: 1775-1788, Published 1906, Govt. Print. Off.

  864. GBooks Linehan, John Cornelius, The Irish Scots and the "Scotch-Irish".... Concord NH, American-Irish Historical Society, 1902

  865. Google Linn, John Blair & William H. Egle, Pennsylvania In The War Of The Revolution, Battalions and Line. 1775-1783, Vol. I, Published 1880, Original from Oxford University.   Vol.II, Published 1880, Original from Oxford University.
    The relevance becomes apparent by searching for virginia using "Search in this book" in both volumes. Suggested by article on Casimir Pulaski by John Milton Hutchins in SCAR Vol.4 Jan-Mar 2007.

  866. Lipscomb, Terry W.. "South Carolina Revolutionary Battles", Parts One through Five (of ten). See Neuffer, Claude Henry and Irene Neuffer, Names in South Carolina


  867. MoA Little, John Peyton, "History of Richmond, Chapter X", Southern Literary Messenger * , Volume 18, Issue 3, Richmond, Virginia, Mar 1852. From "Making of America".P.165, the poor quality of gravestone of Peter Francisco noted with regret.

  868. Google Lochée, Lewis, Elements of Field Fortification, author, sold by T. Cadell, 1783.
    Suggested by Michael Barbieri in "How far is “musket-shot”? Farther than you think", Journal of the American Revolution, August 2013.

  869. PALMM Lockey, Joseph B., "The Florida Banditti, 1783". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 87. Volume 24 Issue 02. October 1945, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  870. Google Lockwood, James B., "The Skirmish at Poundridge, Westchester, 1779". Pp. 685-687, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  871. Google Lockwood, Thomas P., A Geography of South-Carolina: Adapted to the Use of Schools and Families. Comprising a Distinct Chorographical Account of Each District, Interspersed with Historical Anecdotes. A General View of the State; Embracing Its Natural Features, Government, Inhabitants, Towns and Villages, Spas ..., J. S. Burges, 1832

  872. Google Lodge,Henry Cabot, The story of the revolution. C. Scribner's Sons, 1903. Click icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  873. Archive Logan, John Henry, A History of the Upper Country of South Carolina : from the Earliest Periods to the Close of the War of Independence, Vol. I (through 1858). A part of the manuscript for v. 2 published in Historical collections of Joseph Habersham chapter, D.A. R. V. 3, 1910. No more published. Charleston : S.G. Courtenay & Co. ; Columbia : P.B. Glass.
    Modern in-print version of both volumes indexed Vol II transcription errors have been corrected. From Upcountry History Makers, P.O. Box 6, Winnsboro SC, 29180.

  874. Long, Stephen Meriwether"British Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton and the American Revolution: Drama on the Plantations of Charlottesville", Meriwether Connections, the quarterly newsletter of The Meriwether Society, Inc. Vol. XXIV, No. 1, Jan.-Mar. 2005, and No. 2, Apr.?Jun. 2005. Submitted by John Maass.

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  878. Archive Loudon, Archibald, Loudon's Indian narratives, Vol.I . Carlisle [Pa.?] : From the press of A. Loudon. 1808.

  879. Archive Loveland, Clara O., The Critical Years (1780-1789 ). The transition from the Anglican Church to the the Episcopal Church in the independent colonies.


  880. Lowell, Edward J., The Hessians and the other German Auxiliaries of Great Britain in the Revolutionary War, (New York: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1884). From AmericanRevolution.org
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    Library of Congress record: Author: Lowell, Edward J. (Edward Jackson), 1845-1894. Title: The Hessians and the other German auxiliaries of Great Britain in the revolutionary war. Published: New York, Harper & bros., 1884. LC Call No.: E268.L9 Microfilm 8526 E

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  883. TSC-SM Lucio, Mario E., "Lexington And Concord: More Than A British Blunder", Presented to the Honors Committee of Texas State University-San Marcos in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Graduation in the Honors College, San Marcos, Texas, December 2012

  884. Google Ludlow, John Malcolm Forbes The War of American Independence, 1775-1783, Longmans, Green, and co., London, 1888. Also, Archive here and Archive here

  885. NPS Luzader, John, Fort Stanwix: Construction and Military History, 1758 to 1777. Washington, DC: National Park Service, 1976

  886. Google Lyman, Simeon, "Journal of Simeon Lyman of Sharon , August 10 to December 28, 1775", Orderly book and journals kept by Connecticut men while taking part in the American Revolution. 1775-1778, Connecticut Historical Society, 1899.

  887. Archive Lyman, Theodore, The diplomacy of the United States : being an account of the foreign relations of the country, from the first treaty with France, in 1778, to the present time, Vol.I. Truncated after 1783. Boston : Wells and Lilly. 1828.

  888. BIFHSGO Lynn, James H., "The Scots-Irish", Summer 2003, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.

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  889. BoC Maass, John, "There Never Was a More Compleat Victory": Gates, Cornwallis and the Battle of Camden, August 16, 1780 From BattleofCamden.org.
    This is the thesis which was later expanded as: (Library of Congress record:) Author: Maass, John R. Title: Horatio Gates and the Battle of Camden-- "that unhappy affair," August 16, 1780 / John R. Maass ; including an afterword by Charles B. Baxley, The South Carolina Militia in the Battle of Camden. Published: Camden, S.C. : Kershaw County Historical Society, 2001. LC Call No.: E241.C17M33 2001

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  892. WordPress Maass, John, "'This Dangerous Fire': Nathanael Greene, Thomas Jefferson and the Challenge of the Virginia Militia, 1780-1781". 2004, Proceeding of the Ohio Academy of History.

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  894. LSU Mac Donald, James M. Politics Of The Personal In The Old North State: Griffith Rutherford In Revolutionary North Carolina, A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy In The Department of History, May, 2006.

  895. Archive MacFarlane, Charles, History of British India: From the Earliest English Intercourse. G. Routledg and Sons, 1873.

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  897. Mackenzie, Ann, "A Short History of the United Empire Loyalists". Article describing loyalists and the subsequent life in Canada for many of them. (.pdf)

  898. Archive Mackenzie, Frederick, Allen French, ed., A British Fusilier In Revolutionary Boston, Harvard University Press, 1926. Diary of Lt. Frederick Mackenzie, Adj. of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, Jan 5 - April 30, 1775. With a letter describing his voyage to America. Contains the only known contemporary map of Battle of Concord. Full-text search limited by 18th century font and spelling (typeset for effect in the 1920s!). Enhanced image of Mackenzie in pdf file. Digital Commons source files found here. Require rotating right.

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  900. Maclay, Edgar Stanton,, A History of the United States Navy from 1775 to 1898, in three volumes, D. Appleton and Company, 1898. Google Volume I, 1775-1783. Also, Archive here, here, and here

  901. gbooks MacLean, J. P., "Flora MacDonald in America", Pp. 108-117, The American Monthly Magazine, National Society, D.A.R., Washington, DC, 1900.

  902. Google MacLean, John Patterson, An Historical Account of the Settlements of Scotch Highlanders in America Prior to the Peace of 1783. Helman-Taylor co., 1900.

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  905. Madison, Kyle, The Battle of Monmouth. An honors thesis submitted to the History Department of Rutgers University. May 2011.

  906. CARLDL Madron, Michael K., Presbyterian Patriots: The Historical Context Of The Shared History And Prevalent Ideologies Of Delaware's Ulster-Scots Who Took Up Arms In The American Revolution. Command and General Staff College (CGSC), School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) Monograph. 2009.

  907. Archive Maginniss, Thomas Hobbs, The Irish Contribution to America's Independence, Philadelphia : The Doire Publishing Company, c1913.


  908. Mahan, Alfred Thayer, The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660-1783, 1889. From ManyBooks.net.

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  909. Google Mahan, Alfred Thayer, The Life of Nelson: The Embodiment of the Sea Power of Great Britain, Vol. I. 1897, S. Low, Marston and Co. Includes the account of the disastrous Nicaragua expedition in which Nelson could easily have died. Also, Archive here and Archive here

  910. Google Mahan, Alfred Thayer, The major operations of the navies in the war of American independence. Little, Brown, and Company, 1913.


  911. Mahan, Alfred Thayer, The Major Operations of the Navies in the War of American Independence, University Press, Cambridge MA, 1913. From ManyBooks.net.

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  912. Google Mahan, A. T., "The Naval Campaign of 1776 on Lake Champlain", Scribner’s Magazine. 23 (1898):147–160.

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  916. MoA Making of America. Advanced search site. Books and articles published between 1816 and 1926.

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  918. Manual Exercise, Von Steuben

  919. PALMM Manucy, Albert, and Alberta Johnson, "Castle St. Mark and the Patriots of the Revolution", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 3. Volume 21 Issue 1, Florida Historical SocietySt. Augustine, Florida, July 1942. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.


  920. Marina, William, Revolution and Social Change: The American Revolution as a People's War, Literature of Liberty, vol. I, no. 2, April/June 1978. 35 pages.

  921. Google Marolles, Magné, An essay on shooting [based on La chasse au fusil by G.F. Magné Marolles], 1789

  922. Google Marshall, Christopher. Extracts From the Diary of Christopher Marshall, Kept In Philadelphia And Lancaster, During The American Revolution, 1774–1781. Edited By William Duane. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1877. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  923. GBooks Marshall, George W., Memoir of Brigadier-General John Dagworthy of the Revolutionary War. Historical Society of Delaware, Wilmington, 1896. Note: Personal Recollections of Captain Enoch Anderson...Whiteley: "The Revolutionary Soldiers of Delaware", and Seymour: "Journal of the Southern Expedition, 1780-1783 are found in same volume.

  924. Marshall, John, Life of George Washington in 5 vols., 1804-1840 (added by Wm. T. Sherman)

  925. Marshall, John, Life of George Washington in 2 vols.

  926. Marshall, John, Life of George Washington, For Use in Schools One volume.
    . J. Crissey, 1839.   Also, Googlehere.

  927. Google Marshall, Humphrey, The History of Kentucky, Vol.I, 1824, Robinson, Frankfort. Vol.ii

  928. BBC Marshall, Peter, "The British Presence in India in the 18th Century". Last updated 2011-02-17. BBC, History.

  929. Google Martin, François Xavier The history of Louisiana From the Earliest Period, Vol. II, A. T. Penniman & Co., New Orleans, 1829.

  930. Google Martin, Henri, Martin's History of France, Decline of the French Monarchy, Vol.II, translated by Mary Booth. Walker, Fuller and Co., Boston, 1866. Chapter VI, "American War, Opening of the Era of the Revolution". Also, here.

  931. Google Martin, Joseph, A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of Virginia, and the District of Columbia. 1835, J. Martin.

  932. LibriVox Martin, Joseph Plumb
    JPMartin Archive A Narrative of a Revolutionary Soldier: Some of the Adventures, Dangers, and Sufferings of Joseph Plumb Martin, audio book. 2 tracks totalling ~8 hrs.. Narrated by Barry Eads. Cover art and cd case insert provided. I d/l Free M4a to MP3 Converter 8.1 and converted the M4b files to MP3 format. Select "Custom" install and deselect any undesired downloads. Worked for me. Can be accessed by iTunes. Approximately 8 hours. I used MP3Tag, if needed, to associate the cover art with each track (as I have done for all ~3000 tracks of my music collection!). I'd suggest getting a hard copy under any of its numerous titles and reading along with the narration (to avail yourself of helpful footnotes).

  933. LibriVox Martin, Joseph Plumb
  934. JPMartin A Narrative of a Revolutionary Soldier: Some of the Adventures, Dangers, and Sufferings of Joseph Plumb Martin, audio book. 15 tracks totalling ~8 hrs.. Narrated by Barry Eads. Cover art and cd case insert provided. Can be accessed by iTunes. Approximately 8 hours. I used MP3Tag, if needed, to associate the cover art with each track (as I have done for all ~3000 tracks of my music collection!). I'd suggest getting a hard copy under any of its numerous titles and reading along with the narration (to avail yourself of helpful footnotes).

  935. Archive Martin, Joseph Plumb,
  936. JPM A Narrative of Some of the Adventures, Dangers and Sufferings of a Revolutionary Soldier; Interspersed With Annecdotes of Incidents That Occurred Within His Own Observation Written by Himself. Hallowell ME: Glazier, Masters & Co., 1830. To our knowledge, this is the only downloadable copy of this book available on the Internet, and in the public domain. It is there because we put it there. We also plan to similarly provide a transcribed copy of this book, also in the public domain.
    LoC record: Author: Martin, Joseph Plumb, 1760-1850. Title: A narrative of some of the adventures, dangers and sufferings of a Revolutionary soldier; interspersed with anecdotes of incidents that occurred within his own observation. Written by himself. Published: Hallowell [Me.] Printed by Glazier, Masters & co., 1830. Description: iv, [5]-213 p. 18 cm. LC Call No.: E275.M38 Notes: Published anonymously. Cooper 2404. Subjects: United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narratives. Control No.: 5862607

  937. Archive Martindale, Joseph C., A History of the Townships of Byberry and Moreland: in Philadelphia, Pa., from their Earliest Settlement by the Whites to the Present Time. Philadelphia : G. W. Jacobs & Co., 1901.

  938. Archive Massachusetts (Colony). Provincial congress, The journals of each Provincial congress of Massachusetts in 1774 and 1775, and of the Committee of safety, with an appendix, containing the proceedings of the county conventions--narratives of the events of the nineteenth of April, 1775--papers relating to Ticonderoga and Crown Point, and other documents, illustrative of the early history of the American revolution. Pub. agreeably to a resolve passed March 10, 1837, under the supervision of William Lincoln ... Boston, Dutton and Wentworth. 1838.

  939. Archive "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War". Index to 17 volumes. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War is a 17 volume series published by the office of the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth. It is a compilation of records detailing soldiers and sailors that served during the Revolutionary War, listing such information as the name and age of the individual, town of residence, rank, the date and location of enlistment, areas and length of service, and date of discharge. This series was published between 1896 and 1908. The original paper copies of these documents are located at the State Library of Massachusetts.

  940. Google Mauldin, Bill, Mud & Guts. DIANE Publishing, 1978. The humor of WWII applied to the American Revolution.

  941. Google M'Call, Hugh, The History of Georgia: Containing Brief Sketches of the Most Remarkable Events Up to the Present Day (1784) , 1811, 1816. 1909, Reprinted by A.B. Caldwell, publisher.

  942. Archive McAllister, J. T. (Joseph Thompson), Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War : McAllister's Data, c1913, Publisher Hot Springs, Va. : McAllister Pub. Co.

  943. JR McAllister, J. T., edited & revised by C. Leon Harris, Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War : McAllister's Data, Revised 2009. © 2008, 2009

  944. JR McAllister’s Data, C.Leon Harris, editor. Virginia militia officers and their services arranged by county. Information collected by J. T. McAllister and published by him in 1913 as Parts I and III of Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War. Corrected and reorganized by C. Leon Harris, © 2009.

  945. PALMM McAlister, L. N., "Pensacola During the Second Spanish Period", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 281. Volume 37 Issue 3, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, January 1959. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  946. Army McBarron, Charles,, "Soldiers of the American Revolution Revolutionary War paintings, Center for Military History.

  947. Google McCarthy, Charles, H., "The Attitude Of Spain During The American Revolution", The Catholic Historical Review, Vol.II, No., April 1916.

  948. Archive McClellan, William Smith, Smuggling at the Outbreak of the Revolution; with Special Reference to the West Indies Trade, 1912, New York, Printed for the Department of Political Science of Williams College by Moffat, Yard.

  949. Archive McConkey, Rebecca, The Hero of Cowpens; a Revolutionary Sketch, 1885, New York, London : Funk & Wagnalls.

  950. Archive McCord, David, ed., Statutes at Large of South Carolina, Vol.9. 1703-1835, roads, bridges, ferries, militia. Columbia, SC, 1841.

  951. JR McCoy, Michael, "Grasshopper Cannon Interpretive Talk" written by a volunteer interpreter at Cowpens National Battlefield for use with programs for school children.

  952. Google McCrady, Edward, Jr., Education in South Carolina Prior to and During the Revolution, News and Courier, 1883.

  953. Google McCrady, Edward, The History of South Carolina Under the Proprietary Government, 1670-1719, Published 1897, Macmillan & Co., Ltd. Also, Archive.org here

  954. Google McCrady, Edward, The History of South Carolina Under the Royal Government, 1719-1776, Published 1897, Macmillan & Co., Ltd. This volume should not be dismissed as having no relevance to the Rev War. This can be downloaded two places:
    Here. Has glitched or missing pages 4,5, 41, 53-54, 63, 65-67, 82-83, 99, 123, 644, 847, and several of the contents pages. A fragement of the frontispiece map is provided.
    Here. Missing the frontispiece map, also, but has good copies of the pages missing/glitched in the other download. This version is scanned with much wider margins and will require cropping to fit well into the above version (as may be done with Adobe Acrobat).

    It is interesting to use the search feature ("Search in this book") to search for the many instances of scotch-irish. Be sure to hit "more >>" when it appears.

  955. Google McCrady, Edward, The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 1775-1780, 1901 Macmillan & Co., Ltd.
    • The downloadable PDF is not full-text searchable. The book may be full-text searched online at "Search in this book", lower right, here.
    • This volume is downloadable as PDF, but has glitches (Pp. xvii, 2, 6, 12, 14, 28, 30, 32, 38, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 60, 62, 88, 140, 162, 850-853).
    • Good copies of bad pages may be found here.
    • Good copy of frontispiece map may be found here.

  956. Google McCrady, Edward, The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 1780-1783, Macmillan & Co., ltd., 1902. Full-text searches may be made online at "Search in this book", lower right. Downloadable PDF (non-full-text-searchable).

  957. Archive.org McCrady, Edward, The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 1780-1783, 1902, New York, London : The Macmillan Company. The PDF download is full-text searchable, but is a very large file and takes a long time. If you have Adobe Catalog and can create a .pdx, that is advisable.

  958. JR McCrady, Edward, compiled by John Robertson, Excerpts discussing the Scotch-Irish from The History of South Carolina by Edward McCrady. 10pp. Unpublished. Links work. Word .doc.

  959. Google Mcculloch, Delia A., "Heroes Of The Battle Of Point Pleasant", p.624-638, The American Historical Magazine, Pub. Society of New York, 1908

  960. Google McDowell, William, Lt., 1st Pennsylvania Regiment, "Lieut. Mcdowell's Journal", p.297-340. Pennsylvania Archives, 1893. Preceded by
    The following journal of Lieut. William McDowell, of the First Penu'a Regiment of the Line, copied from the original in possession of John McDowell Davidson, Esq., of Delavan, Illinois, is of more than ordinary interest and value, as it furnishes many facts concerning the Southern campaign, not given by other diaries of the Revolution.

  961. McGeachy, John A."Revolutionary Reminiscences from the 'Cape Fear Sketches'"

  962. AEA McGeachy, Robert A., "The American War Of Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Campbell Of Inverneill"

  963. Archive McGhee, Lucy Kate, Virginia pension abstracts of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Indian wars, Vol.32, Washington, D.C., date unknown.

  964. Archive.org WLU McGuire, Odell, Many Were Sore Chased And Some Cut Down, Fighting Cornwallis with the Rockbridge Militia, 1995. Also, here.

  965. JR McIntyre, James R., "The Role of the Riflemen in the Southern Campaigns of the American War of Independence". This is a copyrighted article and is made available here by permission of the author. It may be used for personal research but may not be otherwise published without permission of the author. Also, see an earlier version SCAR here.

  966. SCPA McJunkin, Joseph, "McJunkin's Narrative: Draper MSS, Sumter, Papers 23VV153-203", annotated by William T. Graves, Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, Vol.2, No.11, Nov. 2005, p.29.

  967. SCPA McJunkin, Joseph, "Pension Application filed by Major Joseph McJunkin", 1833, transcribed and annotated by William T. Graves.

  968. McJunkin, Major Joseph, Memoirs of. See Saye, Rev. James H..

  969. Google McKnight, Charles, Our Western border, in Early Pioneer Days. Educational Co., 1902

  970. Google Mclaughlin, Andraw C., A History of the American Nation, D.Appleton and Company, 1908. Also, here and here.

  971. Google McLaughlin, Andraw C., William Edward Dodd, Marcus Wilson Jernegan, Arthur Pearson Scott, Source Problems in United States History, 1918, Harper & Brothers.

  972. Archive MacLean, John Patterson, Flora Macdonald in America, with a Brief Sketch of Her Life and Adventures. 1909, A.W. McLean. Related to Moore's Creek Battle.

  973. Google MacLean, John Patterson, An Historical Account of the Settlements of Scotch Highlanders in America Prior to the Peace of 1783: Together with Notices of Highland Regiments and Biographical Sketches. Helman-Taylor, 1900.

  974. Google McPherson, O.M., Congressional Serial Set, Vol.IV, Indians of North Carolina, Government Printing Office, Washington DC, 1915. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  975. Google McSherry, James and Bartlett Burleigh James, History of Maryland, 1904 The Baltimore Book Co.

  976. Google McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil, William Elsey Connelley, John Patterson MacLean, The Border Settlers of Northwestern Virginia from 1768 to 1795, Republican Pub. Co., 1915. A search for rifles results in 18 returns.

  977. Archive Meginness, John Franklin, Otzinachson: a history of the West Branch Valley of the Susquehanna.... Williamsport, Pa. Gazette and bulletin printing house. 1889.

  978. Archive Melvin, James, Journal of the Expedition to Quebec in the Year 1775. Printed for the Franklin Club, 1864. Suggested by Chuck Parker.

  979. Google Merlant, Joachim, Soldiers and Sailors of France in the American War for Independence. (1776-1783), Translated by Mary Bushnell Coleman. Published 1920, C. Scribner's Sons.

  980. Archive Merritt, William Hamilton, Memoirs of Major Thomas Merritt, U.E.L. (1759-1842), Cornet in Queen's Rangers (1776-1803) under Col. John Graves Simcoe, Major Commandant, Niagara Light Dragoons, in the War of 1812-14, Surveyor of Woods and Forests, and Sheriff of the Niagara District for about twenty years, Brampton : Conservator Print, [1910]. Compare Southern service with that of Stephen Jarvis.

  981. Archive Meriwether, Robert Lee, The Expansion of South Carolina, 1729-1765, Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Political Science, Columbia University. Southern Publishers, Kingsport TN, 1940.

  982. Metzloff, Paul W., A Window On Motivation In The War: The Battle of Williamson's Plantation, 12 July 1780.. Thesis, University of NC, Chapel Hill, Dept. of History, 1999.

  983. Google A Military Dictionary, Explaining and Describing the Technical Terms [&C.] used in the science of.... Published 1778.

  984. DTIC Military History Of The American Revolution: Proceedings Of The Military History Symposium (6th) Held At The Air Force Academy, Colorado, On 10-11 October 1974, Air Force Academy, 1976.

  985. "Military Records and Sources", The Library of Virginia.

  986. Miller, Charles, "The American Revolution and Slavery", 2007.

  987. NCSU Miller, Dennis Todd, God Save the King: The Concept of Monarchial Authority in Colonial America. A thesis submitted to the Graduate Faculty of North Carolina State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts. Raleigh, North Carolina. 2010

  988. Google Mills, Robert, Statistics of South Carolina: including a view of its natural, civil, and military history, general and particular, Charleston SC, Hurlbut and Lloyd, 1826.

  989. Google Mitchell, John, The Present State of Great Britain and North America, ...With Regard to Agriculture, Population, Trade, and Manufactures, Impartially Considered. T. Becket, 1767.

  990. Google Molesworth, William Nassau, History of the Church of England from 1660, K. Paul, Trench, 1882 - 426 pages.


  991. CARL Moncure, John, Cowpens Staff Ride and Battlefield Tour Fort Leavenworth, KS : U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, [1996]. The historical viewpoint is that commonly accepted prior to the publication of Babits' Devil of a Whipping in 1998. Contains numerous primary sources.
    • .pdf version. I found this to download a bit slow, but the maps were quite readable.
      JR Alternate download from the Online Library website. Easier to read and navigate than the above.
    • Archive html version. Maps were of poor quality in this version.
      Also, Archive.org here.

    Library of Congress record: Author: Moncure, John, 1949- Title: The Cowpens staff ride and battlefield tour / by John Moncure. Published: Fort Leavenworth, KS : U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, [1996]. LC Call No.: E241.C9M66 1996

  992. Google Monette, John Wesley, History of the Discovery and Settlement of the Valley of the Mississippi, by the Three Great European Powers, Spain, France, and Great Britain, and the Subsequent Occupation, Settlement, and Extension of Civil Government by the United States, Until the Year 1846, Harper & Brothers, 1848

  993. SSI Montanus, Paul D., "A Failed Counterinsurgency Strategy: The British Southern Campaign - 1780-1781 Are There Lessons For Today?". 2005. This SRP is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Master of Strategic Studies Degree. The U.S. Army War College.

  994. SI Lang Soc Montgomery, Michael, The Ulster-Scots Language Society.

    Also found here: "How Scotch-Irish is Your English?: The Ulster Heritage of East Tennessee Speech". Revised version of a paper that originally appeared in Journal of East Tennessee History. vol. 65 (1995), 1-33. [.doc].

  995. Google Montgomery, Michael, The Term Scotch-Irish", prefatory note to his From Ulster to America: The Scotch-Irish Heritage of American English, 2006, Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation.

  996. SI Lang Soc Montgomery, Michael, The Ulster-Scots Language Society, "What is Ulster-Scots?"

  997. SI Lang Soc Montgomery, Michael, The Ulster-Scots Language Society, "Scotch-Irish or Scots-Irish: What's in a Name?".
    Also found here:
    Google "Nomenclature for Ulster Immigrants: Scotch-Irish or Scots-Irish"?, p.16-36, Familia 2004: Ulster Geneological Review: Number 20, Ulster Historical Foundation, 2004.

  998. Google Montgomery, Thomas; McHenry, James, "The Battle of Monmouth". Pp. 355-363, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  999. Google Montgomery, Thomas Lynch, editor, Report of the Commission to Locate the Site of the Frontier Forts of Pennsylvania, Vol. One. P.647 Index to both volumes. W.S. Ray, state printer, 1916. Suggested by Elvin Birth.

  1000. Google Montgomery, Thomas Lynch, editor, Report of the Commission to Locate the Site of the Frontier Forts of Pennsylvania, Vol. Two. W.S. Ray, state printer, 1916. Suggested by Elvin Birth.

  1001. Google Montrésor, John, The Montresor journals . New York, Printed for the Society. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1002. Archive Moody, James. Narrative of the Exertions and Sufferings of Lieut. James Moody, in the Cause of Government since the Year 1776. New York: 1865. Also, Google here in original font (1783)

    .

  1003. Google Mooney, James, "Historical Sketch of the Cherokee", p.14-228, 1900, Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, United States American Ethnology Bureau

  1004. Google Moore, Frank, Diary of the American Revolution: From Newspapers and Original Documents, 1860, C. Scribner. Used as source by Edward McCrady. Also, Google here.

  1005. Google Moore, George H., "Historical Notes On The Employment Of Negroes In The American Army Of The Revolution", 1862.

  1006. Archive Moore, H. N. (Horatio Newton), The Life and Times of Gen. Francis Marion, with an appendix containing biographical notices of Greene, Morgan, Pickens, Sumpter, Washington, Lee, Davie, and other distinguished officers of the Southern Campaign, during the American Revolution, c1845, Philadelphia : Leary, Getz.

  1007. Archive Moore, H. N. (Horatio Newton), Life and Services of Gen. Anthony Wayne. Founded on Documentary and Other Evidence, Furnished by His Son, Col. Isaac Wayne. 1845, Philadelphia : J. B. Perry. Suggested by Winsor, Justin, The Reader's Handbook of the American Revolution. 1761-1783.

  1008. Google Moore, John Hamilton, The Practical Navigator, and Seaman's New Daily Assistant: Being an Epitome of Navigation: Including the Different Methods of Working the Lunar Observations. With Every Particular Requisite for Keeping a Complete Journal at Sea ... To this Edition are Added ... the Requisite Tables Used with the .... B. Law and Son, 1791. Also, see Archive 1807 version.


  1009. Moore, John W., School History of North Carolina circa 1881.

    Library of Congress record: Author: Moore, John Wheeler, 1833-1906. [from old catalog] Title: School history of North Carolina, from 1584 to the present time. Published: Raleigh, A. Williams & co., 1882. LC Call No.: F254.M86

  1010. Google Moore, Thomas and Martin MacDermott, The Memoirs of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Downey, 1897. Search for eutaw and ninety-six.

  1011. JR "Morgan's Grave, The Battle Over", adapted from Cowpens NB articles menu.

  1012. Google Moré, Charles-Albert, A French volunteer of the war of independence (the chevalier de Pontgiband) translated and edited by Robert B. Douglas. D. Appleton and co., 1898. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1013. I-Archive Morison, Samuel, Eliot, Ed, Sources And Documents Illustrating The American Revolution 1764-1788, Oxford University Press, New York, 1923, 1929, 1965. 38mb download. Requires DjVu plugin (available).

  1014. Google Morgan, Daniel, from the Appendix in Graham, James, The Life of General Daniel Morgan" of the Virginia Line of the Army of the United States, with Portions of His Correspondence .
    • Will, 1773: enter 459 into page box at top (initially shows iii), and click enter.
    • "Fragment of a Sketch of Morgan's Military Career, Written by Himself": enter 464 into page box at top , and click enter.
    • Morgan's Report to Greene after the Battle of Cowpens: enter 467 into page box at top , and click enter.
      Note: Graham covers up Morgan's geographical goof. Myers, Theodorus B., One hundred years ago. The story of the battle of Cowpens, p.8, makes it clear that Morgan said, "Camp on Cain Creek on Pedee".

  1015. Morrill, Dan, History of Mecklenburg County NC, Chapter 2 "Independence and Revolution"

  1016. Google Morris, Ira K., Morris's memorial history of Staten Island, New York, Vol.1. Memorial Pub. Co., 1898. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1017. I-Archive Morris, Richard B., Ed, The Era Of The American Revolution, Harper & Row, New York, 1939,1965. 11 essays. 60mb download. DjVu plugin required (available).

  1018. AmMem Morrison, Alfred James, ed., Travels in Virginia in Revolutionary Times, Lynchburg, Va., J. P. Bell company, inc., c1922
    Library of Congress record: Narrative of John F.D. Smyth: 1769-1775.--Anburey, and the Convention army in Virginia; 1779.--The Abb?obin, one of the chaplains to the French army in America: 1781.--The Marquis of Chastellux, major-general in the French army and member of the French Academy: 1782.--Dr. Schoepf, surgeon to the the Hessian troops (Ansbach-Bayreuth division): 1783.--Count Castiglioni, chevalier of the Order of St. Stephen, P.M.: 1786.--Missionary journeys of Dr. Coke: 1785-1791.--A summer at Bath.--Captain Bayard: 1791.--What Isaac Weld saw: 1796.--The Duke of La Rouchefoucauld-Liancourt: 1796.--John Davis of Salisbury: 1801-1802. Medium: 138 P. 20 cm., Call Number F226 .M87, Digital ID lhbcb 04455 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gdc/lhbcb.04455

  1019. Google Morse, Jedidiah, Annals of the American Revolution, 1824. Use search feature to search for cowpens, eutaw, etc.

  1020. Google Morse, Jedidiah, Geography Made Easy, Samuel Hall publ., 1791. Almost contemporary descriptions of the country, the economy and the people. Fun to read.

  1021. NCSU Mortimer, Loren Michael, Pageants of Sovereignty: 'Merciless Indian Savages' and American Nation - State Formation on the Northern Borderlands, 1774-1775. A thesis submitted to the Graduate Faculty of North Carolina State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts. Raleigh, North Carolina. 2013. ©

  1022. Google Morton, Oren Frederic, A History of Monroe County, West Virginia, McClure Company, 1916

  1023. Google Morton, Oren Frederic, A History of Rockbridge County, Virginia, 1920, The McClure co.

  1024. Google Morton, Robert, "The Diary of Robert Morton, Kept in Philadelphia While that City Was Occupied". The Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, Volume 1. Historical Society of Pennsylvania., 1877

  1025. Morveau, Louis Bernard Guyton de, Antoine Lavoisier, Claude-Louis Bertholet, and Antoine de Fourcroy, "A Dictionary of the New Chymical Nomenclature" from M賨ode de Nomenclature Chimique (Method of Chymical Nomenclature). Paris, 1787. translated by James St. John (London, 1788)

  1026. Archive Moultrie, William, Memoirs of the American Revolution, so far as it related to the states of North and South Carolina, and Georgia, Volumes I and II. Used as source by Edward McCrady. 1802, David Longworth.

  1027. Archive Moultrie, William, Memoirs of the American Revolution, so far as it related to the states of North and South Carolina, and Georgia, Volume II. New York : Printed by D. Longworth, 1802. Also, Googlehere.

  1028. Google Mountaine, William, ""A Short Dissertation on Maps and Charts, 1758, p.563 from Philosophical Transactions Giving Some Account of the Present Undertakings, Studies, and Labours of the Ingeneious in Many Considerable Parts of the World Printed by T.N. for J. Martyn and J. Allestyry, Printers to the Royal Society, 1759. Vol.I, Part II.

  1029. Archive Mowat, Charles Loch, East Florida as a British Province 1763-1784. University of California Publications in History, vol. 32. (University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1943. 237 p. ills.). Suggested by "Resources for the History of the British Floridas", FHQ, January 1946, Florida Historical Society.

  1030. PALMM Mowat, Charles L., "British East Florida in the Clements Library", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 46. Volume 18 Issue 1, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, July 1939. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1031. PALMM Mowat, Charles L., "The Enigma of William Drayton", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 3. Volume 22 Issue 1, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, July 1943. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1032. PALMM Mowat, Charles L., "The Southern Brigade, 1763-1775". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 45. Volume 23 Issue 01. July 1944, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1033. Google Muhlenberg, Henry Augustus, The Life of Major-General Peter Muhlenberg, of the Revolutionary Army, Published 1849, Carey and Hart.

  1034. Google Muller, John, The Attac and Defence of Fortified Places. J. Millan, 1757

  1035. Archive Muller, John, A treatise containing the elementary part of fortification, London, 1774.

  1036. Archive Muller, John, A Treatise Containing the Practical Part of Fortification: In Four Parts. A. Millar, 1755.

  1037. Google Muller, John, A treatise of artillery, London, John Miland, 1764

  1038. WordPress, Mullins, James, et al, "To Shelter the Enlisted Man: A Study of Other Ranks Tents During the American War for Independence – Part I". 23 Nov 2010. The 2d Virginia Regiment. See 12 related articles by John Rees on RevWar75.com.

  1039. Munn, David C., Battles and Skirmishes in New Jersey of the American Revolution, New Jersey Geological Survey, 1976l

  1040. Gbooks Munro, Innes, A narrative of the military operations of the Coromandel Coast: against the combined forces of the French, Dutch and Hyder Ally Cawn, from the year 1780 to the peace in 1784. London: printed for the author by T. Bensley. 1789. 392 pages.

    Murphey, Archibald D., The Papers of, Hoyt, William Henry, ed., E.M. Uzzell & Co., state printers, 1914

    Note: also listed under Hoyt, William Henry.

  1041. PALMM Murphy, W. S., "The Irish Brigade of Spain at the Capture Of Pensacola, 1781", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 216. Volume 38 Issue 3, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, January 1960. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1042. Google Murray, Mungo; Duhamel du Monceau, A Treatise on Ship-building and Navigation: In Three Parts Wherein the Theory, Practice, and Application of the Necessary Instruments are Perspicuously Handled. ... By Mungo Murray. ... To which is Added by Way of Appendix, and English Abridgment of Another Treatise on Naval Architecture, ... by M. Duhamel du Monceau, 1754.

  1043. Myers, Andrew H., "Teaching History in the Backyard", The History Teacher Vol. 35, No. 4, August 2002. Includes the Battle of Cowpens.
    Library of Congress record: Title: The History teacher. Published: [Long Beach, Calif., etc., Society for History Education, etc.] LC Call No.: D1.H8177 Access: Location: http://www.historycooperative.org/htindex.html Access: Location: http://www.jstor.org/journals /00182745.html

  1044. Google Myers, Theodorus Bailey, Cowpens Papers, Being Correspondence of General Morgan and the Prominent Actors, 1881, News and Courier, Charleston SC.

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  1045. CARL Nafziger, George, The Nafziger Orders of Battle Collection, Combined Arms Research Library. Suggested by Col. Bill Schneck via C. Leon Harris. Tip: enter "208" in left side of page box in u.l.h. corner to go to beginning of Revolutionary War battles. Next 5+ pages in date order.

  1046. "Named Scottish Soldiers, 18th and Early 19th Century Colonial America" from Scottish Military Historical Society

  1047. Nase, Henry, Diary of Henry Nase, King's American Regiment, transcribed by Todd Braisted, 1991, submitted by William Thomas Sherman.

  1048. Google Nash, Francis, Hillsboro, Colonial and Revolutionary. 1903.

  1049. Archive Nash, Frank, The North Carolina Constitution of 1776 and its Makers, 1912.

  1050. Archive Nash, Gilbert, The Original Journal of General Solomon Lovell, Kept During the Penobscot Expedition, 1779. Boston : Weymouth Historical Society. 1881.

  1051. Google Nash, Solomon , Charles Ira Bushnell Journal of Solomon Nash, a Soldier of the Revolution, 1861.
    Mention is made of Gen. Lee arriving in New York with troops from South Carolina.

  1052. NARA National Archives

  1053. NPS National Park Service

  1054. Archive Naval Records of the American Revolution, 1775-1788 (1906), Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1906.

  1055. MHOL Neeno, Timothy, " War Comes to the Islands: The American Revolutionary War In the Caribbean", from MilitaryHistoryOnline.com.

  1056. Google Neeser, Robert W., ed., Letters and Papers Relating to the Cruises of Gustavus Conyngham, a Captain of the Continental Navy, 1777-1779. Naval History Society, Robert Wilden Neese. 1915. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads. Epub version can be converted to pdf using Calibre program (free).

  1057. Neil, Brian W., "The Southern Campaign of the American Revolution: Insurgency from 1780 to 1782", submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of Military Studies, USMC Command & Staff College. 2009.

  1058. UNC Nell, William Cooper (1816-1874), The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution, With Sketches of Several Distinguished Colored Persons: To Which Is Added a Brief Survey of the Condition And Prospects of Colored Americans. Boston: 1855. Also, Google here
    Library of Congress record: Author: Nell, William Cooper, 1816-1874. [from old catalog] Title: The colored patriots of the American revolution, with sketches of several distinguished colored persons: to which is added a brief survey of the condition and prospects of colored Americans. Published: Boston, R. F. Wallcut, 1855. LC Call No.: E269.N3N4 Microfilm 19005 E

  1059. MoA Nelson, Thomas W., Letters of Thomas Nelson, Jr., Governor of Virginia, published by Virginia Historical Society, 1874. Relates to the Siege of Yorktown.

  1060. Google Nelson, William, "Washington's Headquarters at Preakness". Pp. 490-495, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  1061. Neuffer, Claude Henry and Irene Neuffer, Archive Names in South Carolina, University of South Carolina, 1957-1977.

  1062. Jaegerkorps Neumann, George, "American Made Muskets in the Revolutionary War.". 2008, The National Rifle Association. From the Hesse Kassel Jaeger Korps reference page.

  1063. Jaegerkorps Neumann, George, "Dutch Arms in the American Revolution". 2008, The National Rifle Association. From the Hesse Kassel Jaeger Korps reference page.

  1064. Jaegerkorps Neumann, George, "Hunting Guns in Colonial America". 2008, The National Rifle Association. From the Hesse Kassel Jaeger Korps reference page.

  1065. Jaegerkorps Neumann, George, "The Redcoat's Brown Bess". 2008, The National Rifle Association. From the Hesse Kassel Jaeger Korps reference page.
  1066. Jaegerkorps Neumann, George, "The 'Revolutionary' Charleville". 2008, The National Rifle Association. From the Hesse Kassel Jaeger Korps reference page.

  1067. Google Neville, L., A Treatise on the Discipline of Light Cavalry: With Annexed Plates. T. Egerton, 1796.

  1068. I-Archive Nevis, Allan, The American States During And After The Revolution 1775-1789. The Macmillan Company. 1924

  1069. New Georgia Encyclopedia. Suggested by article on Second Siege of Augusta by Steven Rauch in SCAR Vol.3 No.6, Jun-Aug 2006. Numerous short articles related to the Rev War, including:
    ELIJAH CLARK   JAMES JACKSON   SAMUEL ELBERT   LACHLAN McINTOSH   KETTLE CREEK   REVOLUTIONARY WAR   STEPHEN HEARD   THOMAS BROWN   EBENEZER   ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL   GEORGE GALPHIN  

  1070. Google New Jersey Historical Society, Documents relating to the Revolutionary history of the State of New Jersey, Vol.I 1776-1777. Trenton, N.J. : John L. Murphy Pub. Co., 1901. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1071. Google New Jersey Historical Society, Documents relating to the Revolutionary history of the State of New Jersey, Vol.II 1778. New Jersey Historical Society. 1903. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1072. Google New Jersey Historical Society, Documents relating to the Revolutionary history of the State of New Jersey, Vol.III 1779. Trenton, N.J. : John L. Murphy Pub. Co., 1906. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1073. Google New Jersey Historical Society, Documents relating to the Revolutionary history of the State of New Jersey, Vol.IV 1779-1780. Trenton, N.J. : State Gazette Publ. Co., 1914. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1074. Archive New Jersey Historical Society, Documents relating to the Revolutionary history of the State of New Jersey, Vol.V 1779-1780. Trenton, N.J. : State Gazette Publ. Co., 1917.

  1075. GBooks The Newport Historical Magazine, Volumes 1-2 . Newport Historical Publishing Company, 1881 - Rhode Island. Of particular interest: pp.17-36, Mrs. Mary Almy's Journal, "Siege of Newport, R.I., August, 1778", pp.241-243, "Destruction of Property in Middletown RI During the Revolution". Volume 2, of particular interest: pp.41-45, "Occupants of Houses in Newport R.I. During the Revolution", pp.45-52, "Journal of Joseph Denis, 1778".

  1076. Archive New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1889. "The Deane Papers Papers, Vol.IV, 1779-1781", : New York : Printed for the Society : Trow & Smith.

  1077. Archive New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1871. "Lee Papers, Vol.I, 1754-1776", : New York : Printed for the Society : Trow & Smith.

  1078. Archive New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1871. "Lee Papers, Vol.II, 1756-1778", : New York : Printed for the Society : Trow & Smith.

  1079. Google New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1882, "Journal of Lieut. J. C. P Von Kraftt; Letter book of Capt. A. McDonald". Printed for the Society, 1883. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1080. Google New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1883, "Journals of Lieut. Col. Stephen Kemble, 1773-1789: and British Army orders: Gen. Sir William Howe, 1775-1778; Gen. Sir Henry Clinton, 1778; and Gen. Daniel Jones, 1778". Ardent Media, 1884. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1081. Archive New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1884, "Kemble Papers , Vol.II". AMS Press, 1885.

  1082. Archive New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1916. "Proceedings of a Board of General Officers of the British Army at New York, 1781", : New York, Printed for the Society Year: 1916.

  1083. Google New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1883, "Revolutionary Papers, Vol.I". New-York Historical Society, 1879. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1084. Archive New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1883, "Revolutionary Papers, Vol.II". Printed for the Society , by H. Ludwig, 1880.

  1085. Archive New-York Historical Society, Collections of the New-York Historical Society...1916. "Proceedings of a Board of General Officers of the British Army at New York, 1781", : New York, Printed for the Society Year: 1916.

  1086. New York Historical Highway Markers . Suggested by Elvin Birth.

  1087. Archive Niles, Hezekiah, Principles And Acts Of The Revolution In America, c1822, republished as Centennial Offering, 1876, New York, Chicago [etc.] A. S. Barnes & Co. Includes cover letter forwarding Mecklenburg Declaration to England. Also, Google here and Google here and Google here

  1088. Google "Ninety Six, Rev. War incident, near", from Historical Magazine, August 1873. William Beal. Enter 243 in page box at top of page and click enter.

  1089. Google Noakes, George, A Historical Account of the Services of the 34th & 55th Regiments. 1875.

  1090. PNorfleet Norfleet, Phil, "The Scotch-Irish Migration to Virginia"

  1091. PNorfleet Norfleet, Phil, "Whig Militia Commanders' Enemies Lists of 1783". Ordinance No. 1189 entitled "Disposing Of The Estates Of Certain Persons, Subjects And Adherents Of The British Government; And For Other Purposes Therein Mentioned".

  1092. NCHP North Carolina History Project Encyclopedia. "NorthCarolinahistory.org features an edited, evolving, and comprehensive encyclopedia of the Tar Heel state. It has been produced for educational and research purposes. All entries are non-polemical, and new entries are frequently added."

  1093. Google Northen, William J., Men of Mark in Georgia, Published 1912, A. B. Caldwell. Suggested by article by Robert Scott Davis, "General John Twiggs of Georgia", in SCAR newsletter Vol.3 No.12, December 2006.

    Google Norton, A. Tiffany, History of Sullivan's Campaign Against the Iroquois, A.T. Norton, 1879.

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  1094. Google O'Brien, Michael J., A Hidden Phase of American History: Ireland's Part in America's Struggle for Liberty, Dodd, Mead and company, 1919.

  1095. Google O'Brien, Michael J., 'Major Patrick Carr and Captain Patrick McGriff, Two Gallant Officers of the Georgia Continental Line', The Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society, Vol.XXI, 1922, American-Irish Historical Society.

  1096. UTenn O'Donnell, James H.,III, Southern Indians in the American Revolution, University of Tennessee Press, 1973. Copyrighted. Downloadable.

  1097. O'Kelley, Patrick

  1098. Archive Onderdonk, Henry, Documents and letters intended to illustrate the revolutionary incidents of Queens County, N.Y.. L. van de Water, 1884

  1099. Archive Onderdonk, Henry, Revolutionary incidents of Suffolk and Kings Counties : with an account of the Battle of Long Island and the British prisons and prison-ships at New York. New York. Leavitt & Co., 1849

  1100. Archive O'Neil, John Belton, John Abney Chapman The Annals of Newberry: In Two Parts Newberry, S.C.: Aull & Houseal., 1892.

  1101. Google Ontario Legislative Assembly, Sessional Papers, Volume XXXVII, Part XII, First Session of Eleventh Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Session 1905, L. K. Cameron, 1905. index. Search text for carolina, loyalist, cornwallis, virginia, georgia, florida, maryland, sullivan's, tarleton, cowpers (sic cowpens), ferguson, fanning, charlestowne, charlotborough, camden,
    Also, see Fraser, Alexander, Report, 1904.

  1102. PALMM Osborn, George C., "Major-General John Campbell in British West Florida", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 317. Volume 27 Issue 4, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, April 1949. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1103. PALMM Osborn, George C., "Relations with the Indians in West Florida, 1770-1781", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 239. Volume 31 Issue 4, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, April, 1953. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1104. Google Osborn, William, Essays on the Practice of Midwifery .... Cadell, 1792.

  1105. Owen, Thomas M., Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama, Being a List of Names, Compiled from Authentic Sources, of Soldiers of the American Revolution, Who Resided in the State of Alabama Alabama Department of Archives and History, 1911. And updated in the Alabama Historical Quarterly Winter, 1944, by the Alabama Department of Archives and History

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  1106. MoA , F. A. P., "Historical and Social Sketch of Craven County" (SC), The Southern Quarterly Review * , Volume 9, Issue 18, Columbia SC, Apr 1854. Marion, Maham and others. From "Making of America". PNorfleetMap from Phil Norfleet website.

  1107. Archive Palmer, Peter Sailly, Benedict Arnold, Battle of Valcour on Lake Champlain, October 11th, 1776. Lake Shore Press. 1876.

  1108. MHOL Parfitt, Allen, "The Battle of Cowpens ". Patrick Ferguson's name shown as John Ferguson. From Military History Online.

  1109. The Paris Peace Treaty (1783) from Historical Text Archive

  1110. Jack Parker, John C., Parker's Guide to the Revolutionary War in South Carolina. Sample pages. Index of battle sites. Most complete listing known for any state.
    JR "Maps Supporting Parker's Guide to the American Revolution in South Carolina". Google Earth and Google Custom maps including all locations in Parker's Guide. Driving directions. Printable maps with instructions for assembly.

  1111. Archive Parker, Robert, Lieut., Journal, in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania
    Vol. 27, 1903. Initial installment. P.404
    Vol. 28, 1904. Conclusion. P.12
    Suggested by Elvin Birth.

  1112. Google Parton, James, "The Traditional and Real Washington". Pp. 465-489, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  1113. Google Paton, Glennie and Symonds, Historical Records of the 24th Regiment, from its Formation, in 1689, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, 1892

  1114. Google Patoun, Archibald, A Complete Treatise of Practical Navigation, Demonstrated from It's First Principles: With All the Necessary Tables. To which are Added the Useful Theorems of Mensuration, Surveying, and Gauging; .... 1770.

  1115. Archive Paullin, Charles Oscar, Diplomatic Negotiations of American Naval Officers, 1778-188. The Johns Hopkins Press. 1912.

  1116. Google Paullin, Charles Oscar, The Navy of the American Revolution, 1906, Burrows Bros.

  1117. Archive Paullin, Charles Oscar, Out-letters of the Continental Marine Committee and Board of Admiralty, August, 1776-September, 1780, 1914, New York, Printed for the Naval History Society by the De Vinne Press. No mention of Capt. James Willing.

  1118. GaVirLib Park, Orville Augustus, The History of Georgia in the Eighteenth Century : As Recorded in the Reports of the Georgia Bar Association, Macon, Ga.,1921.
    1. Leave selection as "Digital Library of Georgia".
    2. In "Search" enter orvile
    3. Click your enter key.

  1119. Google Parliamentary Register Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons.

  1120. Parris, George, "The Initial Phases of the American War of Independence in the South (1775-1780)", 1998. Mostly about Rev War in South. Contains a number of docs and bios.



  1121. James Parton, Revolutionary Heroes, And Other Historical Papers, Historical Classic Readings--No 10.. See section on the Carolina Pinckneys.

  1122. Google Patterson, Samuel White, The Spirit of the American Revolution: As Revealed in the Poetry of the Period, A Study of American Patriotic Verse from 1760 to 1783, Badger publ, 1915. At Eutaw Springs, the valiant died;.., the source of the title for Christine Swager's The Valiant Died, described as the first "poem written in America worthy of the name".

  1123. Yale Peace, documents leading to from the Avalon Project at Yale Law School

  1124. DTIC Pearson, Jesse T., "The Failure Of British Strategy During The Southern Campaign Of The American Revolutionary War, 1780-81", A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Master Of Military Art And Science. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 2005.

  1125. Archive Pechel, Samuel, An historical account of the settlement and possession of Bombay, by the English East India company, and of the rise and progress of the war with the Mahratta nation. Subject: East India Company; Maratha War, 1775-1782. London, Printed by W. Richardson, for J. Robson, 1781. 340 pages.

  1126. gbooks Pechin, Mary Shelley, "The Bond Slaves, or The White Indentured", Pp. 323-332, The American Monthly Magazine, National Society, D.A.R., Washington, DC, 1900.

  1127. Peck, Henry J., 200th Anniversary of Warren, Rhode Island: historical sketch 1747-1947. Warren, R.I. : The Town of Warren, c1947.

  1128. Google Pegler, Martin, Out of Nowhere: A History of the Military Sniper, Osprey Publishing, 2004. Sample pages giving an account of Patrick Ferguson and the shot he refused to take. Also on previous page, Morgan's use of riflemen and their vulnerability when used as infantry.

  1129. Archive Penniman, James Hosmer, 1860-1931, Our debt to France; II, What Lafayette did for America, Vol.I?, [Philadelphia, c1921].

  1130. Archive Pennsylvania archives, 6th Series, Vol. XIV, Harrisburg, C.E. Aughiinbaugh, 1852. Pages 23-65, "Orderly Book. Gen. Sullivan's Expedition. June 19Th, 1779, To July 30th, 1779". Suggested by Elvin Birth.

  1131. Pennsylvania Historical Marker Program. Suggested by Elvin Birth.

  1132. GBooks The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (1877-1906), Volume 9. Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1877. Of particular interest: pp.102-113, "Revolutionary Services of Captain John Markland". pp.176-196, 278-296,424-441, "Diary of James Allen, Esq. of Philadelphia". pp.451-462, "The Delaware Regiment in the Revolution" by Maj. C. P. Bennett.

  1133. I-Archive Percy, Hugh Earl, Letters of Hugh, Earl Percy, from Boston and New York, 1774-1776. Boston, C.E. Goodspeed. 1902.

  1134. Perkins, James Breck, France In The Revolution from AmericanRevolution.org. Chapter XIV contains 5 paragraphs on Savannah. Also, Archive here and Archive here and Archive here

  1135. Google Perkins, James Handasyd, James R. Albach, John Mason Peck Annals of the West: Embracing a Concise Account of Principal Events which Have Occurred in the Western States and Territories, from the Discovery of the Mississippi Valley to the Year Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-six, W. S. Haven, Book and Job Printer, 1858. Of particular interest: timeline during American Revolution.

  1136. Perkins, Simeon. These diaries may be searched for references such as carolina, virginia, georgia, charleston, savannah, etc.
    The Diary of Simeon Perkins, 1766-1780, Champlain Society, Toronto, 1948.
    The Diary of Simeon Perkins, 1780-1789, Champlain Society, Toronto, 1958.

  1137. Archive Perrin, Battle & Kniffen, Kentucky. A History of the State.... Louisville, Ky., Chicago, Ill., F.A. Battey, 1885.

  1138. Archive Perry, Arthur Latham, Scotch-Irish in New England, 1891, r Boston : Printed by J.S. Cushing & Co.

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  1139. Archive Peters, Madison Clinton, The Jews Who Stood by Washington; an Unwritten Chapter in American History, 1915, New York, The Trow Press. Also, Google here.

  1140. PALMM Peters, Thelma, "The American Loyalists In The Bahama Islands: Who They Were", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 226. Volume 40 Issue 3, January 1962, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1141. Google Peterson, Charles J. (Charles Jacobs) The Military Heroes of the Revolution with a Narrative of the War of Independence, Leary (publ.), 1848. Tip: enter either page number or name in search block and click "Search this book".

  1142. Google Peyton, John Lewis, History of Augusta County, Virginia, 1882, Samuel M. Yost & son

  1143. Archive Pfister, A; Seume, Johann Gottfried, The voyage of the first Hessian army from Portsmouth to New York, 1776. New York, Printed for C. F. Heartman. 1915.

  1144. H-Net Phillips, Kevin, The Cousins' Wars: Religion, Politics, and the Triumph of Anglo-America. Calvinism and war. Reviews:
    several brief reviews on Amazon
    Library of Congress record: Author: Phillips, Kevin P. Title: The cousins' wars : religion, politics, and the triumph of Anglo-America / Kevin Phillips. Published: New York, N.Y. : Basic Books, c1999. LC Call No.: E209.P48 1999

  1145. Archive Phillips, Paul Chrisler, The West in the Diplomacy of the American Revolution. Russell & Russell, 1913.


  1146. Slavery Phillips, Ulrich Bonnell, American Negro Slavery Part 3 covers the Revolution, but earlier chapters are relevant.
    LOC record: Author: Phillips, Ulrich Bonnell, 1877-1934. [from old catalog] Title: American negro slavery; Published: New York, London, D. Appleton and company, 1918. Description: p. cm. LC Call No.: E441.P549 Subjects: Slavery -- United States. Southern states -- Economic conditions. [from old catalog] Slave labor. [from old catalog] Plantation life. [from old catalog] Control No.: 8247816


  1147. RW Pickett, Albert James, History of Alabama, 1851. Chapters 21 - 23 are of interest., dealing with the Rev. War in the Deep South.

    Library of Congress record: Author: Pickett, Albert James, 1810-1858. Title: History of Alabama, and incidentally of Georgia and Mississippi, from the earliest period. Published: Charleston [S.C.] Walker and James, 1851. LC Call No.: F326.P58

  1148. Google Pickett, Albert James , History of Alabama, and Incidentally of Georgia and Mississippi, from the Earliest Period 1851, Walker and James
    Vol. I and here
    Vol. II and here and here

  1149. Google Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, Life of General Thomas Pinckney. Used as source by Edward McCrady. 1895, Houghton, Mifflin.

    Yale Plan of the Treaties with France of 1778 from the Avalon Project at Yale Law School.

  1150. Archive Piggott, Francis Taylor, Documentary History of the Armed Neutralities, 1780 and 1800, Together With Selected Documents Relating to the War of American Independence 1776-1783 and the Dutch War 1780-1784. 1919, London University Press.

  1151. RootsWeb Pitman, Frank Wesley, Slavery on British West Indies Plantations in the Eighteenth Century. Journal of Negro History, Volume Number: 11 Issue Number: 4, October, 1926 Pages: p. 584-668.

  1152. I-Archive Pittman, Philip, ed. Hodder, Frank Heywood, Suggested by "Resources for the History of the British Floridas", FHQ, January 1946, Florida Historical Society. In any searches it is well to note Pittman's spelling of Missisippi (try spelling it both ways).
    Maps: These are best versions found for all maps in the books.
    LoC Missisippi River, Balise to Fort Chartres (3 maps),    Plan of New Orleans,    River Ibbeville (aka Manchac),    Plan of Fort Rosalia (later Fort Panmure),    Library of Congress
    NIU Mobile    Plan of Cascaskies,   North Illinois University.

  1153. Archive Platt, Henry Clay, Old times in Huntintgton. Huntington [N.Y.] Long islander Print. 1876

  1154. MHOL Podruchny, Richard, "The Battle of Great Bridge; A New Beginning for the Old Dominion ". From Military History Online.

  1155. Polk, Ryan "Holding the Line: The Origin of the 'the Old Line State'". On Maryland Continentals.

  1156. Polk, William, "Colonel William Polk's Account of the First Revolutionary Movements in North Carolina" from Google Murphey, Archibald D., The Papers of, Hoyt, William Henry, ed., E.M. Uzzell & Co., state printers, 1914

  1157. Polk, William, "Autobiography of Colonel William Polk" from Google Murphey, Archibald D., The Papers of, Hoyt, William Henry, ed., E.M. Uzzell & Co., state printers, 1914

  1158. Google Polk, William Mecklenburg, Leonidas Polk: Bishop and General. Selections on his Revolutionary War ancestors: Library of Congress record: Author: Polk, William Mecklenburg, 1844-1918. Title: Leonidas Polk, bishop and general, by William M. Polk... Edition: New ed. Published: New York, (etc.) Longmans, Green, and co., 1915. Description: 2 v. fronts., plates, ports, maps (part fold.) 21 cm. LC Call No.: E467.1.P7P72 Subjects: Polk, Leonidas, bp., 1806-1864. Control No.: 6834135

  1159. Archive Popp,Stephan, Popp's Journal, 1777-1783. Philadelphia. 1902

  1160. Google Porcher, Frederick Adolphus; Samuel Dubose, A Contribution to the History of the Huguenots of South Carolina: Consisting of Pamphlets, 1887, The Knickerbocker Press.

  1161. UnivME Pougher, Richard D., "Averse ... To Remaining Idle Spectators:" The Emergence Of Loyalist Privateering During The American Revolution, 1775-1778.
    A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in History. The Graduate School, University of Maine, May, 2002.

  1162. Archive Powell, J.W., Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology...1897-98, Government Printing Office, 1900

  1163. Google Powell, William Henry, List of Officers of the Army of the United States from 1779 to 1900, Embracing a Register of All Appointments by the President of the United States in the Volunteer Service During the Civil War, and of Volunteer Officers in the Service of the United States: June 1, 1900. L. R. Hamersly & Co., 1900

  1164. Google Prevost, __, Gen., "Journal Of The Siege Of Savannah In 1779", Publications of the Southern History Association, Vol. I, No.4, Oct 1897, p.259.

  1165. Archive Pringle, John, Sir, Observations on the Diseases of the Army, 1775, London, W. Strahan [etc].

  1166. CARLDL Pruett, William C., "History of the organizational development of the Continental Artillery during the American Revolution", Master of Military Art and Science Theses, Combined Arms Research Library Digital Library. 2008.

  1167. Google Pulteney, William., Plan of Re-union Between Great Britain and Her Colonies, J. Murray, Fleet Street, 1778. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1168. Google Purdon, Henry George, Memoirs of the services of the 64th regiment, Second Staffordshire, 1758 to 1881. W.H. Allen, 1882

  1169. AmMem Purviance, Robert, Narrative of Events Which Occured in Baltimore Town During the Revolutionary War. To Which Are Appended, Various Documents And Letters, The Greater Part Of Which Have Never Been Heretofore Published. Baltimore: Jos. Robinson, 1849. From LoC, American Memory.
    Library of Congress record: Author: Purviance, Robert. Title: Narrative of events which occured in Baltimore town during the Revolutionary War. To which are appended, various documents and letters, the greater part of which have never been heretofore published. Published: Baltimore, Printed by J. Robinson, 1849. LC Call No.: F189.B1P9 Access: Location: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gdc/lhbcb.03471

  1170. Pusey, William Allen, "Joseph Martin's Station", c1932

  1171. Google Putnam, Albigence Waldo, History of Middle Tennessee: or, Life and times of Gen. James Robertson, 1859.

  1172. Pybus, Cassandra, et al, "Black Loyalist" website. "...a repository of historical data about the African American loyalist refugees who left New York between April and November 1783 and whose names are recorded in the Book of Negroes. In this first stage, the site concentrates on providing biographical and demographic information for the largest cohort, about 1000 people from Norfolk Virginia and surrounding counties.". "...refugee and or runaway" has been suggested as another description of their status. See RevList post by Bob Sherman (fwd of post by Cassandra Pybus) 17 Apr 2011. Source images provided.

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  1173. Google Quincy, Josiah; Sparks, Jared; and Tallmadge, Benjamin, "Arnold The Traitor, and André the Sufferer, Correspondence on". Pp. 747-756, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

     

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  1174. Raddall, Thomas H., "Tarleton's Legion", (Read before the Nova Scotia Historical Society, April 11, 1947). "It remains, by far, the most comprehensive research document concerning the Guysboro settlement at Port Mouton." Tip: Change your browser controls to "no page style" for easier reading.

  1175. Raikes, George Alfred, Historical Records of British Regiments Serving in the American Revolution


  1176. Ramsay, David, The History Of The American Revolution in two volumes, 1789. Edited reprint. Foreword by Lester H. Cohen (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund 1990)

  1177. Archive Ramsay, David, The History of the American Revolution. 1789, R. Aitken & Son. Scanned images of John Adams's personal copy.

  1178. Archive Ramsay, David, The History of the Revolution in South Carolina, Trenton, Printed by Isaac Collins, 1785. We have waited several years for this to surface.

  1179. Google Ramsay, David, Ramsay's History of South Carolina: From Its First Settlement in 1670 to the Year 1808, W. J. Duffie, 1858.

  1180. AEA Ramsay, David, The Life of George Washington, 1807. From Archiving Early America. Book is believed to have been the personal copy of William Washington, a cavalry commander during the Southern Campaign.

  1181. Google Ramsey, James Gettys McGready, The Annals of Tennessee to the End of the Eighteenth Century, John Russell, 1853. Source used by Edward McCrady.
    Archive.org Fain, John Tyree, Fain's Critical and Analytical Index and Genealogical Guide to Ramsey's Annals of Tennessee...,Nashville: Paul Hunter, 1920.

  1182. FindArticle Archive.org Philip Ranlet, "In The Hands Of The British: The Treatment Of American POWs During The War Of Independence". The Historian, Summer 2000

  1183. Google Ravenel, Harriott Horry, Charleston, the Place and the People, 1906 Macmillan & Co., Limited.

  1184. Google Ravenel, Harriott Horry, Women of Colonial and Revolutionary Times, 1896. Used as source by Edward McCrady.

  1185. Google Ravenel, Harriott Horry, Eliza Pinckney, C. Scribner's Sons, 1896

  1186. Google Raymond, Marcius Denison, Souvenir of the revolutionary soldiers' monument dedication, at Tarrytown, N.Y. October 19th, 1894 . Rogers & Sherwood, 1894. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1187. Google Read, Elizabeth, "The Howards of Maryland". Pp. 239-249, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  1188. Google Read, Elizabeth, "John Eager Howard, Colonel of the Second Maryland Regiment", Magazine of American History, Volume VII, 1881, 276-282. Contains Howard's statement about Cowpens. Suggested by James McIntyre article, "The Continental Army of the Southern Department: Insurgent Peacekeepers?, SCAR, Vol.2 No.2

  1189. GoogleRecords of the 54th West Norfolk Regiment. Thomason Civil Engineering College Press, 1881

  1190. GBooks Reed, Joseph, "General Joseph Reed's Narrative of the Movements of the AmericanArmy in the Neighborhood of Trenton in the winter of 1776-77". Pp. 391-402, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 8. Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1884.

  1191. RevWar75 Rees, John U., "On Tents &c", from large section following

  1192. Rees, John U.,
    1. RevWar75 "What is this you have been about to day?" The New Jersey Brigade at the Battle of Monmouth". Endnotes, Bibliography.
    2. RevWar75 "The Great Neglect in Provideing Cloathing..." Uniform Colors and Clothing in the New Jersey Brigade During the Monmouth Campaign of 1778: Part I". Part II
    3. RevWar75 "Female Camp Followers in the American Revolution: A Reading List"
    4. RevWar75 "Writings: Published and Unpublished"
    5. RevWar75 "The Foundation of an Army is the Belly,"1: North American Soldiers' Food, 1756-1945: Part I"
    6. RevWar75 "As many fireplaces as you have tents..." Earthen Camp Kitchens",     Matt and I Dig a Kitchen..." To Accompany the article on Kitchens
    7. RevWar75 "The proportion of Women which ought to be allowed..." An Overview of Continental Army Female Camp Followers
    8. RevWar75 "We... got ourselves cleverly settled for the night... ..." Soldiers' Shelter on Campaign During the War for Independence: Part I,    Part II,    Part III,    Part IV,     Part V         Part VI
    9. RevWar75 "They answered him with three cheers ... " New Jersey Brigade Losses in the Monmouth Campaign, 17 June to 6 July 1778"
    10. RevWar75 "Eyewitness to Battle: Alexander Dow's Account of a 1777 Skirmish and the 1778 Battle of Monmouth"
    11. RevWar75 " "The number of rations issued to the women in camp." New Material Concerning Female Followers With Continental Regiments"
    12. RevWar75 "Bugle Horns", "conk shells," and "Signals by Drum": Miscellaneous Notes on Instruments During the American War for Independence
    13. RevWar75 "White Wollen," "Striped Indian Blankets," "Rugs and Coverlids": The Variety of Continental Army Blankets
    14. RevWar75 "They had built huts of bushes and leaves." Analysis of American Soldiers' Campaign Lodging, 1776-1781
    15. RevWar75 "The great distress of the Army for want of Blankets..." Supply Shortages, Suffering Soldiers, and a Secret Mission During the Hard Winter of 1780"
    16. RevWar75 "The enemy hove in a tollerable fire ..."1 New Jersey Brigade Casualties in the Connecticut Farms and Springfield Battles, June 1780"
    17. RevWar75 "The music of the Army..." An Abbreviated Study of the Ages of Musicians in the Continental Army (Part 1 of 2)".     Part 2 of2
    18. RevWar75 "Eyewitness to Battle: New Jersey Brigade at Connecticut Farms and Springfield, June 1780"
    19. RevWar75 "He Come Out with us this time As a Volunteer ...": Soldiers Serving Without Pay in the Second New Jersey Regiment, 1777‑1780"
    20. RevWar75 "A disgusting incumbrance to the troops ..." More on Kettle Bags and Carts in the Continental Army, 1781"
    21. RevWar75 "One of the best in the army." An Overview of the New Jersey Brigade, 1775-1783"
    22. RevWar75 "'Some in rags and some in jags,' but none 'in velvet gowns.'" Insights on Clothing Worn by Female Followers of the Armies During the American War for Independence     Same from Scribd
    23. RevWar75 "Captain William Wolfe’s Light Company, 40th Regiment"
    24. RevWar75 "“Sospecting the prisner to be a tory…” A Continental Army Court Martial, July 1777"
    25. RevWar75 "“We had a small attack ... with our Riflemen ...” A Pennsylvania Soldier’s 1776 Letter"
    26. RevWar75 "Period Tents : British, American and French As Depicted in Contemporary Artwork and Publications"
    27. RevWar75 "We are now... properly... enwigwamed." British Soldiers and Brush Shelters, 1777-1781"
    28. RevWar75 "Properly fixed upon the Men..." Linen Bags for Camp Kettles"
    29. RevWar75 "Politeness,” "Mirth," and "Vocal Musick": Sidelights of Major General John Sullivan's 1779 Indian Campaign "
    30. RevWar75 "Eyewitness to Battle: The Pension Depositions of Frederick Van Lew and Isaac Childs"
    31. RevWar75 " "The multitude of women …" An Examination of the Numbers of Female Camp Followers With the Continental Army"
    32. RevWar75 "The Common Tent"
    33. RevWar75 "“Necessarys … to be Properley Packd: & Slung in their Blanketts” Selected Transcriptions of 40th Regiment of Foot Order Book",     "Introduction to “Necessarys … to be Properley Packd: & Slung in their Blanketts”"
    34. RevWar75 "“Marched at Day Break and fell in With the Rebels” Anonymous British diary, 13 April 1777 to 26 September 1777"     "Notes for the reader.
    35. RevWar75 "How to fold a Common Tent for Transport"
    36. RevWar75 "Friedrich Lacour: A German Deserter With The Second. New Jersey Regiment"
    37. RevWar75 "The Bell Tent for Weapons "

      Files showing the Scribd icon $ Scribd may be read online but require payment of a
      fee for downloading or printing. They may contain links to non-pay sites.

    38. $ Scribd " “To hold thirty - six cartridges of powder and ball …” Continental Army Tin and Sheet-Iron Canisters, 1775-1780"
    39. $ Scribd "“A very smart cannonading ensued from both sides.” Continental Artillery at Monmouth Courthouse, 28 June 1778"
    40. $ Scribd " “Reach Coryels ferry. Encamp on the Pennsylvania side.” 1 The March from Valley Forge to Monmouth Courthouse, 18 to 28 June 1778"     Endnotes
    41. $ Scribd " “The Enemy was in Hackansack last night Burning & Destroing …” British Incursions into Bergen County, Spring 1780" - Part I
    42. $ Scribd " Addendum to: “I have ... got the Arms from Easton, [and] is now divideing them out.” Clothing and Equipment Needed to Recreate a 1778 New Jersey Continental CompanyAugmented with Nine-Months Levies"     Hats
    43. $ Scribd "“Make use of Pack - Horses as far as may be practicable ...” Baggage Carried on Horseback during the American War, 1776 to 1781"
    44. $ Scribd "The taylors of the regiment"Insights on Soldiers Making and Mending Clothing, and Continental Army Clothing Supply1778 to 1783 "
    45. $ Scribd " “A capital dish …" Revolutionary Soldiers and Chocolate"
    46. $ Scribd "The Enemy Giting intelligence of our movement ..." Surprise at Haddonfield, April 177"
    47. $ Scribd "Losses in the New Jersey Brigade at the Battles of:Short Hills (June 26, 1777);Brandywine (September 11, 1777);Germantown (October 4, 1777)"
    48. $ Scribd " "To the hungry soul every bitter thing is sweet.” Soldiers' Food and Cooking in the War for Independence "
    49. $ Scribd "“Compleat with armes and Acqutomets…” Recreating a 1778 Continental Company Augmented with Nine-Months Levies" ... the company recommended to recreate for the 2013 Battle of Monmouth event.
    50. $ Scribd "The pleasure of their number 1778: Crisis, Conscription, and Revolutionary Soldiers’ Recollections. Part I (A Preliminary Study"     Part II     Part III
    51. $ Scribd "Baron Steubens Instructions"
    52. $ Scribd "Townshend's Light Infantry Instructions, 15 May 1772 (New)"
    53. $ Scribd " Disclipline Established by Major General Howe for Light Infantry in Battalion Sarum, Septr 1774"
    54. RevWar75 "World of the Common Soldier". Articles and transcriptions. sad. Links currently not working 7 June 2013.
    55. $ Scribd World of the Common Soldier      
    56. $ Scribd " "The essential service he rendered to the army ..." Christopher Ludwick, Superintendent of Bakers"
    57. $ Scribd " "Give us day by day our daily bread." Continental Army Bread, Ovens, and Bakers"
    58. $ Scribd "Knowledge Necessary to a Soldier" The Continental Officer's Military Reading List 1775-1778
    59. $ Scribd Review: Ephraim Blaine Letterbook
    60. $ Scribd Review: Huck's Defeat
    61. $ Scribd Review: Battle of Paoli (Two)
    62. $ Scribd “The road appeared to be full of red Coats …” An Episode in the Forage War: The Battle of Millstone, 20 January 1777
    63. $ Scribd “Six of our regt lived together …” Mess Groups, Carrying Food (and a Little Bit of Tongue)in the Armies of the Revolution
    64. $ Scribd “The common necessaries of life…” A Revolutionary Soldier’s Wooden Bowl
    65. $ Scribd “They were good soldiers." African – Americans Serving in the Continental Army
    66. $ Scribd " “It appeared to me as if here we should live secure …” A Family’s Precarious Refuge in Paramus, 1776 to 1780"
    67. $ Scribd "None of you know the hardships of A soldiers life …” Service of the Connecticut Regiments of Maj. Gen. Alexander McDougall’s Division, 1777-1778 (Contents)
    68. $ Scribd " "None of you know the hardships of A soldiers life …” Service of the Connecticut Regiments of Maj. Gen. Alexander McDougall’s Division, 1777 -1778"

  1193. RP Regimental History of British Provincial Regiments from RoyalProvincial.com.
    American Volunteers (Kings Mountain, Charleston)     Black Pioneers (Charleston)     British Legion     Charlestown South Carolina Militia     Charlestown Volunteer Battalion     DeLancey's Brigade     East Florida Militia     East Florida Rangers     Ethiopian Regiment     Georgia Artillery     Georgia Light Dragoons (local)     Georgia Light Dragoons (provincial)    Georgia Loyalists     Georgia Militia     Georgia Rangers     Guides & Pioneers     James Island Light Dragoons     King's American Regiment     King's Carolina Rangers     Loyal American Rangers     Loyal American Regiment (Anthony Allaire)     Maryland Loyalists     Maryland Royal Retaliators     New York Volunteers     North Carolina Independent Company     North Carolina Militia (Allaire's account)     North Carolina Volunteers (Samuel Bryan)     Prince Of Wales' American Regiment (Hanging Rock)     Royal North Carolina Regiment     South Carolina Light Dragoons (Fenwick's)     South Carolina Militia     South Carolina Royalists     Volunteers of Ireland (Rawdon)     West Florida Loyal Refugees     West Florida Provincials     West Florida Royal Foresters     Drafted Loyalist Corps    
  1194. Google Report From the Secretary of War...Pension Establishment of the United States, 1835, Washington, Duff Green
    Volume Two NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD, VA
    Volume Three NC, SC, GA, KY, TN, OH, LA, MS, IN, IL, MO, AL, MI, AR, FL, DC

  1195. FindArticle John Resch, "Continental Army veterans: from outcasts to icons", VFW Magazine, June-July 2002.

  1196. Google Reynolds, John, The Pioneer History of Illinois: Containing the Discovery, in 1673, and the History of the Country to the Year 1818, when the State Government was Organized, Chicago, Fergus Printing Company, 1887.

  1197. Revolutionary War in Georgia from the New Georgia Encyclopedia.

  1198. Revolutionary War Veteran Gravesites in Virginia, Joint Legislative Audit And Review Commission Of The Virginia General Assembly, 2000

  1199. RevWar75.com/battles search. The search engine on RevWar75.com/battles has been inoperative lately. It will likely be soon fixed. Until then, this link will provide a workaround. Note the date in the listing and find it by date in the displayed month page.

  1200. Google Rice, James Henry, "General Andrew Pickens", American Monthly Magazine, Vol. VII, July-December 1895.

  1201. Gbooks Richards, Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, The Pennsylvania-Germans in the Revolutionary War 1775-1783. The Pennsylvania-German Society, 1908 - Pennsylvania - 542 pages. First 73 pages are PG Society un-related material.

  1202. Archive Richards, Samuel. Diary of Samuel Richards, captain of Connecticut line, War of Revolution, 1775-1781. Philadelphia: [Press of the Leeds & Biddle Co.] 1909

  1203. Google Richmond, George Herbert , Nathanael Greene, Catharine Littlefield Greene, Letters by and to General Nathanael Greene with Some to His Wife. Published 1906

  1204. Archive Riedesel, Friederike & Charlotte Luise R., Letters and memoirs relating to the war of American independence, and the capture of the German troops at Saratoga, New-York : G. & C. Carvill. 1827.

  1205. Rindfleisch, Bryan, "'Rebels and Indians': The Participation of and Relationship between Native Americans and the American Patriots during the Revolutionary War 1775-1783", Senior thesis, 2007, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire(.doc).

  1206. PALMM Riordan, Patrick, "Finding Freedom in Florida: Native Peoples, African Americans, and Colonists, 1670-1816". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 24. Volume 75 Issue 1, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida, Summer 1996. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1207. Archive Army Risch, Erna, Supplying Washington's Army, Center of Military History, United States Army, 1981 - 470 pages
    Suggested by Jimmy Dick, "The Gunpowder Shortage", Journal of the American Revolution, September 2013.

  1208. PBS "The Road to Revolution". Test your knowledge of the American Revolution with this interactive game. From PBS.org.

  1209. Google Robertson, James Alexander, List of Documents in Spanish Archives Relating to the History of the United States: Which Have Been Printed Or of which Transcripts are Preserved in American Libraries, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1910.

  1210. Google Robertson, James Rood, Petitions of the early inhabitants of Kentucky to the General Assembly of Virginia, 1769-1792. Filson Club, 1910.

  1211. JR Robertson, John, et al, Global Gazetteer of the American Revolution, "Where (Almost) Everything Happened in the War of American Independence, Worldwide".

  1212. JR Robertson, John, "Dummy's Guide to the Scotch Irish"

  1213. JR Robertson, John, "Marylander Mass Grave, Brooklyn", active archival site serving as a repository of information, books, documents and maps related to the ongoing and active effort to locate and commemorate the burial site of the Marylanders who died saving Washington's army in the first and biggest battle of the war, thereby saving the young nation. Global Gazetteer of the American Revolution

  1214. JR Robertson, John, "The historic significance of Grindal Shoals, Pacolet River, Cherokee/Union Counties, South Carolina". Statement submitted to regional DAR chapter as substantiation of proposed DAR marker for Grindal Shoals.

  1215. JR Robertson, John, "What is the Range of a Revolutionary War Longrifle?

  1216. Archive Robertson, John H. Block the Chesapeake. Chesapeake, Va. : Bim-Gus Publishers, 1997. Suggested by Dr. Matt Hogendobler.

  1217. CARL Robertson, William Glenn, The Staff Ride, Center of Military History, US Army, Washington DC, 1987.

  1218. Google Robins, Benjamin, James Wilson, Mathematical Tracts of the Late Benjamin Robins..Containing His New Principles of Gunnery, Vol.I, J. Nourse, 1761. Several articles relating to rifles, artillery, rockets.

  1219. UNC Robinson, Blackwell T., "Davie, William Richardson", biographical information from Dictionary of North Carolina Biography edited by William S. Powell. Copyright (c) 1979-1996 by the University of North Carolina Press.

  1220. Archive Robinson, G., publisher, The North-American and the West-Indian Gazetteer ... "Containing an authentic description of the colonies and islands in that part of the globe, shewing their situation, climate, soil produce, and trade: with their former and present conditions. Also an exact account of the cities, town, harbours, ports, bays, rivers, lakes, mountains, number of inhabitants", London, G. Robinson, 1776.

  1221. Google Rodney,Thomas, Diary of Captain Thomas Rodney, 1776-1777. The Historical Society of Delaware, 1888

  1222. Google Rogers, Thomas Jones, A New American Biographical Dictionary, Or, Remembrancer of the Departed Heroes, Sages, and Statesmen, of America: Confined Exclusively to Those who Have Signalized Themselves in Either Capacity, in the Revolutionary War ..., T.J. Rogers, 1824.
    Includes: Richard Caswell, William R. David, William Davidson, William Henry Drayton, Christopher Gadsden, Horatio Gates, Nathanael Greene, Isaac Hayne, Patrick Henry, James Jackson, Sgt. Jasper, Baron de Kalb, Robert Kirkwood, Thaddeus Kosciusco, John Laurens, Henry Laurens, Richard Henry Lee, Henry Lee, Benjamin Lincoln, Francis Marion, Daniel Morgan, William Moultrie, Andrew Pickens, Count Pulaski, David Ramsey [sic], Frederick Wm. Steuben, William Washington, Anthony Wayne, Otho H. Williams.

  1223. USGenWeb Rogers, Rev. William, D.D. "Journals Of The Military Expedition Of Major General John Sullivan Against The Six Nations Of Indians In 1779 With Records Of Centennial Celebrations", Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd Series, Vol. XIV, pp.254-288. Suggested by Elvin Birth.

  1224. GBooks Romans, Bernard, A Concise Natural History of East and West-Florida, 1776. Also, Archive here. Suggested by "Resources for the History of the British Floridas", FHQ, January 1946, Florida Historical Society.

  1225. Google Roof, F. H., "Old Fort Van Rensselaer". Pp. 629-630, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  1226. ManyBooks Roosevelt, Theodore, The Winning of the West, Vol. I, From The Alleghanies to the Mississippi, 1769-1776. From Project Gutenburg.

  1227. ManyBooks Roosevelt, Theodore, The Winning of the West, Vol. II, From The Alleghanies to the Mississippi, 1777-1783. From Project Gutenburg.

  1228. I-Archive Rosengarten, Joseph George, American history from German archives with reference to the German soldiers in the Revolution and Franklin's visit to Germany. Lancaster [Pennsylvania-German Society]. 1904.

  1229. Archive Rosengarten, J. G. (Joseph George), 1835-1921, Defence of the Hessians, Philadelphia, 1899.

  1230. Google Ross, Charles, ed., "Life of Lord Cornwallis", The North American Review, correspondence, ed. with notes by Charles Ross, Crosby, Nichols & Co., Boston, 1859.

  1231. Archive Ross, Peter & Pelletreau, William, A History of Long Island : From its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time (1905), Vol.1 (of 3). New York: Lewis Publishing Co., 1905.

  1232. Google Rothbard, Murray N., Conceived in Liberty. 4 vol. set. Ludwig von Mises Institute, 1999. Creative Commons license. From 1600s thru 1784.

  1233. Rouse's Psalms. See Scottish Metrical Psalter.

  1234. Archive Rowe, John, Letters and diary of John Rowe : Boston merchant, 1759-1762, 1764-1779. Boston : W.B. Clarke Co. 1903.

  1235. Google Royal Military Calendar, or Army Service and Commission Book, printed by A.J. Valpey, London, 1820.
    • Thomas Barrow. Search for "340." At Briar Creek, Savannah, Charles Town.
    • Robert Lethbridge. Searh for "444." At Sunbury.
    • David Shank. Search for "360." At Long Island, Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth, Charles Town, Spencer's Ordinary, York Town.
    • James Stirling. Search for "511." At Brookly, York Island, White Plains, Fort Washington, Brandywine, Mud Island, Philadelphia, Germantown, Valley Forge, Monmouth, Charles Town.
    • John Skinner. Search for "351." At Savannah, Charles Town, Cowpens(!), Guilford Courthouse.
    • Hugh Mackay Gordon. Search for "377." At Brandywine, Pensacola.
    • William Raymond. Search for "397." At Charles Town '76", Brooklyn, Long Island, White Plains, Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth, Charles Town '80, Jamestown, and Yorktown.
    • William Nicholson. Search for "537". 80th Foot. All Cornwallis actions. Yorktown.
    • Thomas Saumerez. Search for "342." Welch Fusiliers, their principal actions. Charles Town '80. Yorktown.
    • William Madox Richardson. Search for "324." Commander of Buffs at Eutaw Springs.

  1236. Rumsey, David, "Historical Maps Online", Coordinates: online journal of the Map and Geography Round Table of the American Library Association, Series B, No. 3 (January 31, 2005).

  1237. Google Runk, Louis Barcroft, The Birth of Our Flag, and Flag Etiquette, J.B. Lippincott Co. 1921. Good color images of Gadsden and other early flags.

  1238. Archive Rupp, I. Daniel, History and topography of Northumberland, Huntingdon, Mifflin, Centre, Union, Columbia, Juniata and Clinton counties, Pa. .... Lancaster, Pa. : Published by G. Hills. 1847.

  1239. Archive Rush, Benjamin, "Directions for Preserving the Health of Soldiers, Addressed to the Officers of the Army of the United States". 1777. Philadelphia : Printed for Thomas Dobson, Fry and Kammerer, printers, 1808.

  1240. I-Archive Rutledge, John, "The Letters of John Rutledge", annotated by Joseph Barnwell, The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Vol.XVII, October 1916, No.4., p.131-146, to be continued. PDF not available.

    Google SCH&GM, 1917
    p.42-49. Salisbury 26 Nov 1780, Charlotte 8 Dec 1780
    p.59-69. Charlotte 9 Dec 1780. Account of American and British forces mentioned 8 Dec 1780 (tip from John Allison/CBB).. Cheraw 30 Dec 1780. Cheraw 10 Jan 1781. Cheraw 11 Jan 1781. Cheraw 14 Jan 1781.
    132-142. P. 131 missing. Hillsboro 10 Feb 1781. Haw River 8 Mar 1781. High Hills of Santee 6 Aug 1781. Congaree 7 Sep 1781. Congaree 9 Sep 1781.
    p.155-167. Wateree 18 Sep 1781. High Hills of Santee 4 Oct 1781. High Hills of Santee 12 Oct 1781. High Hills of Santee 22 Nov 1781. Jacksonborough 29 Jan 1782

  1241. Ryan, Dennis P., New Jersey in the American Revolution, 1763-1783, A Chronology, New Jersey Historical Commission, 1975.

  1242. I-Archive Ryerson, Egerton, 1803-1882, The Loyalists of America and Their Times : From 1620 to 1816, William Brigg, Toronto, 1880. Most relevant material is in Vol.2.
    • Vol.1 DjVu version 13mb, PDF version 48mb.
    • Vol.2 DjVu version 14mb, PDF version 48mb.

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  1243. Sabine, Lorenzo, Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution, Little, Brown and Company, 1864.
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  1244. Google Saffell, William Thomas Roberts, Records of the Revolutionary War: Containing the Military and Financial Correspondence of... George Washington, Charles Lee, Nathanael Greene, Continental Congress, United States. Published 1858.

  1245. Archive Salley, A. S. (Alexander Samuel), ed., Captain Tollemach's Journal of the proceedings of H. M. S. Scorpion, June 21, 1775-September 18, 1775, 1919, The State Company

  1246. Google Salley, Alexander Samuel, Documents Relating to the History of South Carolina During the Revolutionary War. 1908.

  1247. Google Salley, Alexander Samuel, Edward McCrady, 1833-1903, p.3531-3546, Library of Southern Literature, Martin & Hoyt Co., 1909. Includes The Battle of Fort Moultrie and South Carolina's Share in the Revolution

  1248. Archive Salley, A. S. (Alexander Samuel), Journal of the Commissioners of the Navy of South Carolina October 9, 1776-March 1, 1779, July 22, 1779-March 23, 1780, Volume 1, 1912-13, Columbia, S.C., Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by the State Company.

  1249. Archive Salley, A. S. (Alexander Samuel), Journal of the Commissioners of the Navy of South Carolina October 9, 1776-March 1, 1779, July 22, 1779-March 23, 1780, Volume 2, 1912-13, Columbia, S.C., Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by the State Company.

  1250. Archive Salley, A. S. (Alexander Samuel), Journal of the General assembly of South Carolina, September 17, 1776-October 20, 1776, Columbia, S. C. : Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by the State Company, 1909.

  1251. Google Salley, Alexander Samuel, et al, The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina: From Its First Settlement to the Close of the Revolutionary War, R.L. Berry, 1897. 25 references to William Thomson.

  1252. Google Salley, A. S. (Alexander Samuel) et al, Stub Entries to Indents Issued in Payment of Claims Against South Carolina Issued in Payment of Claims by South Carolina Growing Out of the Revolution.
    • Books L - N. South Carolina. Archives Dept Published by Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by the State Co., 1910
    • Books O -Q. South Carolina. Archives Dept Published by Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by the State Co., 1915
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    • Archive Books X, Part 2. South Carolina Archives Dept Published by Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by the State Co., 1910

  1253. Sarratt, Paul, American Revolutionary War in the South, 1996.

  1254. Archive Saunders, William L., ed., The Colonial Records of North Carolina, Vol.X. Raleigh, N.C.: P. M. Hale, 1890.

  1255. Google Fanning, David, ed. by Savary, A. W., The Canadian Magazine, Ontario Publishing Co., Ltd., 1907. "Narrative of Col. Fanning",
  1256. 1st installment, p.8-13,
  1257. 2nd installment, p.135-143,
  1258. 3rd installment, p.217-224,
  1259. 4th installment, p.314-320,
  1260. 5th installment, p.449-458,
  1261. 6th installment, p.497-506.

  1262. Archive Fanning, David, ed. by Savary, A. W., "Narrative of Col. Fanning"The Canadian Magazine, Ontario Publishing Co., Ltd., 1907.

  1263. Sawyer, Charles Winthrop, Firearms in American History
    • Archive Volume One, 1600-1800. [c1910]. Also, here
    • Volume Two. Our Pistols and Revolvers. Not found.
    • Archive Volume Three, Our Rifles 1800-1920, [1920]. Also, Google here
    • Volume Four. Our Guns, 1600-1920. Not found.


  1264. JR Saye, James, Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, 1847-48.

    library of Congress record: Author: Saye, James Hodge. Title: Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, revolutionary patriot, by Rev. James Hodge Saye. First printed in the Richmond, Va., Watchman and observer in 1847, reprinted by the Greenwood, S.C., Index-journal in 1925 ... now issued in pamphlet form for the first time ... Published: [Greenwood? 1925?] LC Call No.: F273.M3S3

  1265. SCAR SCAR: Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, monthly online newsletter, edited by Charles B. Baxley. Guide to issues.

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  1269. Google Scharf, John Thomas, History of Maryland from the Earliest Period to the Present Day ...

  1270. Archive Scharf, J. Thomas, History of Philadelphia, 1609-1884. Philadelphia, L. H. Everts & co. 1884,

  1271. Google Schaw, Janet, Evangeline Walker Andrews, Charles McLean Andrews, ed., Journal of a Lady of Quality: Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the Years 1774 to 1776. Yale University Press, 1921

  1272. Archive Schenck, David, North Carolina, 1780-'81 : being a history of the invasion of the Carolinas by the British Army under Lord Cornwallis in 1780-'81. with the Particular Design of Showing the Part Borne by North Carolina in that Struggle for Liberty and Independence, and to Correct some of the Errors of History in Regard to that State and its People. Raleigh, N. C. : Edwards & Broughton, 1889.
    Also, Google here.

  1273. Schenck, David, North Carolina, 1780-'81 being a history of the invasion of the Carolinas by the British Army under Lord Cornwallis in 1780-'81 with the particular design of showing the part borne by North Carolina in that struggle for liberty and independence, and to correct some of the errors of history in regard to that State and its people , Raleigh, N.C.: Edwards & Broughton., 1889
    • Go to a library website participating in HeritageQuest, which will be found under "Online Resources" or "Genealogy", and log on using your library card number.
    • Click on "Search Books"
    • Click on "Publications"
    • At "Or, jump to titles beginning with:", enter north carolina, 1780 and click enter.
    • Click on arrow to left of title.

  1274. Archive Schenck, Elizabeth Hubbell , The history of Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut, from the settlement of the town in 1639 to 1818. New York, The author. 1889.

  1275. Archive Schlesinger, Arthur M., Prelude To Independence The Newspaper War On Britain 1764 1776, Alfred A.Knopf, 1958.

  1276. Archive Schlesinger, Arthur M., The Colonial Merchants and the American Revolution, 1763-1776, New York : Columbia University ; London : King, 1918. Also,
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  1279. Archive Schoef, Johann David, Travels in the Confederation, 1783-1784 , Philadelphia, W.J. Campbell, 1911

  1280. Archive Schouler, James, Americans Of 1776, Dodd, Mead And Company, 1906. "It is an original study of life and manners, social, industrial and political, for the Revolutionary period. Newspapers, magazines and pamphlets of the period, old letters and diaries have been explored..". Also, Google here and Google here


  1281. Google Schroeder, John Frederick Life and Times of Washington, Vol.III, Part IV-1774-1783, M.M. Belcher publishing co., 1903. Also, Archive here

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  1284. Sch.Com. Michael C. Scoggins, Steven D. Smith, and Tamara S. Wilson, "Defining the Williamson's Plantation: Huck's Defeat Battlefield", © 2011 by York County Cultural Heritage Museums and University of South Carolina--South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology. Some graphics deleted for site security.

  1285. EleHist Scoggins, Michael C.

  1286. SCAR Scoggins, Michael C.. When clicking on a link, note the page number since you will need to go there on your own.

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  1290. Archive Scott, James Brown, The Armed Neutralities of 1780 and 1800. 1918, Oxford University Press.

  1291. Scott, Winfield and Pierce Darrow, Archive Scott's Militia Tactics: Comprising The Duty Of Infantry, Light-Infantry, And Riflemen. Published 1821. Also, and here ("Flip-Book")

  1292. Google Scott, Winfield and Pierce Darrow, The Artillerist; Comprising the Drill Without Arms, and Exercises and Movements of the Light and Horse artillery. Together with a Sword Exercise for the Light Artillery, O. D. Cooke, 1822

  1293. Scottish Metrical Psalter (1650). Per Edward McCrady, The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 1775-1780, page 560, in South Carolina in 1780, "The Holy Bible, too, with Rouses Psalms indicated the hated rebellious sect [Presbyterians], and was univerally consigned to the flames." . Also, here.

  1294. Search Engines/Collections used to make the Online Library of the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution.

  1295. Archive Seitz, Don Carlos, Paul Jones, his exploits in English seas during 1778-1780, contemporaryaccounts collected from English newspapers. New York, E. P. Dutton and company. 1917.

  1296. Selig, Robert A., Matthew Harris, Wade P. Catts, ABPP Princeton Battlefield Mapping Project Announcement

  1297. Selig, Robert A., "Deux-Ponts Germans, Unsung Heroes of the American Revolution", from Scholars Showcase at americanrevolution.org.

  1298. Selig, Robert A., "Georg Daniel Flohr's Journal: A New Perspective", from Scholars Showcase at americanrevolution.org.

  1299. Robert A. Selig, "The Washington - Rochambeau Revolutionary Route in the State of New York, 1781-1782". Hudson River Valley Institute, 2001.

  1300. Archive Senter, Isaac, The journal of Isaac Senter, physician and surgeon to the troops detached from the American army encamped at Cambridge, Mass., on a secret expedition against Quebec, under the command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in September, 1775, Philadelphia, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1846

  1301. Google Seventy Six Society, Arthur Lee, Papers in Relation to the Case of Silas Deane, Printed for the Seventy-six society, 1855 - France.

  1302. Google Seventy Six Society, Thomas Balch, The Examination of Joseph Galloway, Esq., Late Speaker of the House of Assembly of Pennsylvania, Printed for the Seventy-Six Society, 1855.

  1303. Archive Seymour, William, Sergeant-Major of the Delaware Regiment"A Journal of the Southern Expedition, 1780-1783", extracted from The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. VII, p.286-298. concluded, p.377-394. Published 1883, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania. OCR'd to be full-text searchable. Also, found Digital Commonshere (requires rotating right).

  1304. GBooks Seymour, William, "Journal of the Southern Expedition, 1780-1783". Historical Society of Delaware, Wilmington, 1896. Note: Personal Recollections of Captain Enoch Anderson...Whiteley: "The Revolutionary Soldiers of Delaware", and Memoir of Brigadier-General John Dagworthy of the Revolutionary War are found in same volume.

  1305. Shackleford, Lynne P., "Researchers discover Cowpens Battlefield was 100 acres larger than once thought". Question and response to article: here.

  1306. ElectricScotland Shaw, James, The Scotch-Irish in History, Illinois State Register, Springfield, 1899.

  1307. Archive Shaw, John Robert, A Narrative Of The Life And Travels Of John Robert Shaw The Well Digger, Daniel Bradford, 1807.

  1308. Shaw, William, History of Essex and Hudson counties, New Jersey

  1309. Google John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles, Historical Magazine: And Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities, History, and Biography of..., Vol.VIII, H.B. Dawson, 1864.

  1310. Archive Sheldon, Laura Charlotte, France and the American Revolution, 1763-1788, 1900, Ithaca, N.Y. : Andrus & Church.

  1311. Sherman, William Thomas

    Sherman

  1312. Google Sherwood, Adiel, A Gazetteer of the State of Georgia, Printed by P. Force, 1837. Suggested by Chuck Parker.

  1313. Archive Shields, Charles W. (Charles Woodruff), 1825-1904, The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church as Amended by the Presbyterian Divines in the Royal Commission of 1661 .. , N. Y. : Scribner's, 1897. This is presumably close to the common prayer book that would have been brought to America by emigrants from Northern Ireland.

  1314. Archive Shuldham, Molyneux, The Despatches of Molyneux Shuldham, Vice-Admiral of the Blue and Commander-in-Chief of His Britannic Majesty's Ships in North America, January-July, 177677. New York, Printed for the Naval History Society by the De Vinne press, 1913. Suggested by UELAC "American Revolution, 1775-1783, Select Bibliography", "Frigate Richmond Ship's Company".

  1315. I-Archive Siebert, Wilbur Henry, The American Loyalists in the Eastern Seigniories and Townships of the Province of Quebec. Ottawa, Royal Soc. 1913.

  1316. I-Archive Siebert, Wilbur Henry, The colony of Massachusetts loyalists at Bristol, England. Boston. 1912.

  1317. I-Archive Siebert, Wilbur Henry, The exodus of the loyalists from Penobscot to Passamaquoddy. Columbus : The Ohio State University. 1914.

  1318. Google Siebert, Wilbur Henry, The flight of American loyalists to the British Isles . The F. J. Heer printing company, 1911

  1319. I-Archive Siebert, Wilbur Henry, The Loyalists and Six Nation Indians in the Niagara Peninsula. Ottawa, 1915

  1320. Google Siebert, Wilbur Henry, The Legacy of the American Revolution to the British West Indies and Bahamas, Published 1913 Ohio State University.

  1321. I-Archive Siebert, Wilbur Henry, The loyalists of Pennsylvania. Columbus, The University. 1920.

  1322. I-Archive Siebert, Wilbur Henry, The Loyalist refugees of New Hampshire. Columbus : The Ohio State University. 1916

  1323. PALMM Siebert, Wilbur H. , "The Port of St. Augustine During the British Regime, Part I". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 247. Volume 24 Issue 04. April 1946, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1324. PALMM Siebert, Wilbur H. , "The Port of St. Augustine During the British Regime, Part II". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 76. Volume 25 Issue 01. July 1946, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1325. PALMM Siebert, Wilbur H. , "Privateering in Florida Waters and Northwards During the Revolution". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 62. Volume 22 Issue 02. October 1943, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1326. I-Archive Siebert, Wilbur Henry, "The refugee loyalists of Connecticut". Ottawa, Royal Society of Canada, 1916.

  1327. PALMM Siebert, Wilbur H., "Slavery in East Florida, 1776-1785", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 139. Volume 10 Issue 3, Florida Historical Society, t. Augustine, Florida, January 1932. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1328. PALMM Siebert, Wilbur H. , "Slavery and White Servitude in East Florida, 1726- 1776". The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 3. Volume 10 Issue 01. July 1931, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1329. Google Simcoe, John Graves , Simcoe's Military Journal, Bartlett & Welford, 1844. Search for carolina, virginia and Tarleton.

  1330. Archive Simms, Jeptha R., History of Schoharie County, and Border Wars of New York . Albany: Munsell & Tanner, Printers, 1845.

  1331. Archive Simms, William Gilmore, The Army Correspondence of Colonel John Laurens in the Years 1777-8, 1867, New York.

  1332. Archive Simms, William Gilmore, The Life of Nathanael Greene, Major-general in the Army of the Revolution, 1861, New York : Derby & Jackson. Also, Google here and Google here

  1333. Google Simms, William Gilmore, The History of South Carolina from Its First European Discovery to Its Erection Into a Republic, 1860 Redfield.

  1334. Archive Simms, William Gilmore, The Life of Francis Marion. Also, Google here, 1846, J. & H.G. Langley. and Manybooks here.

  1335. Archive Simpson-Poffenbarger, Livia Nye, The Battle of Point Pleasant; a Battle of the Revolution, October 10th 1774; Biographical Sketches of the Men Who Participated, 1909, The State Gazette

  1336. Sipe, C. Hale

  1337. JR Skelly, Francis, "Journal of Brigade Major F[rancis] Skelley", Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, Vol.3 No.12, C.B. Baxley, ed., December 2006, annotated by John Robertson.


  1338. Skinner, Constance Lindsay, Pioneers of the Old Southwest, A Chronicle of the Dark and Bloody Ground. (1919).

    Library of Congress record: Author: Skinner, Constance Lindsay, 1882-1939. Title: Pioneers of the old Southwest; a chronicle of the dark and bloody ground, by Constance Lindsay Skinner. Published: New Haven, Yale University Press; [etc., etc.] 1919. LC Call No.: E173.C55 vol. 18

  1339. SFU Skinner, Ralph Nelson, "American Common Seamen Prisoners of War of Britain During the American Revolution", 1975, Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Master of Arts in the Department of History, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia CAN.

  1340. Google Slack, James, The History of the 63rd (West Suffolk) Regiment, Army and Navy Co-operative Society, Ltd. publ., 1884. Note mention of Maj. James Wemyss in Ireland in 1788 and promoted to Lt.Col. One account shows his living to old age in Huntington, Long Island, NY. A footnote to Correspondence of Charles, First Marquis Cornwallis show him leaving the service 31 July 1789.

  1341. Archive Sloane, William Milligan, The French war and the Revolution. New York : Scribner. 1898.

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  1345. Archive Smith, John Spear, Memoir of the Baron de Kalb, Baltimore : Printed by J.D. Toy, 1858.

  1346. Archive Smith, Joseph, "The 'Scotch-Irish' Shibboleth Analyzed and Rejected", 1898. Washington DC: The Irish American Historical Society, Publication Number 5. This is worth reading. It addresses some of the excesses and over-simplifications in the early works on the Scotch-Irish (e.g, the "Scotch-Irish race") and to a reduced degree, present in current writing. See Robertson, John, "Dummy's Guide to the Scotch Irish", for a somewhat tongue-in-cheek modern equivalent.

  1347. icon-nickname Smith, Joseph Edward Adams,, The History of Pittsfield (Berkshire County), Massachusetts, Vol. I. Boston : Lee and Shepard, 1869. Of particular interest: pp.470-475, "Rev. Thomas Allen's Diary".

  1348. Archive Smith, Justin Harvey, Our Struggle for the Fourteenth Colony : Canada, and the American Revolution (Vol.1), . New York ; London : G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1907. Archive(Vol. 2). G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1907.

  1349. Google Smith, Justin Harvey, Arnold's March from Cambridge to Quebec: a Critical Study, Together With A Reprint from Arnold's.... Published 1903. Also, Archive here.

  1350. Archive Smith, Robert Walker, History of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania . .Chicago : Waterman, Watkins, 1883.

  1351. Archive Smith, Samuel, Memoirs of Samuel Smith, a Soldier of the Revolution, 1776-1786, 1860, New York, Priv. print. New England, Valley Forge, Yorktown.

  1352. Sch.Com. Smith, Steven D., James B. Legg, Tamara S. Wilson, and Jonathan Leader, "'Obstinate and Strong': The History and Archaeology of the Siege of Fort Motte ". © 2007 by University of South Carolina--South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology. Also, NPS here.

  1353. Sch.Com. Smith, Steven D., Report of Findings: The Search for Fort Balfour and Coosawhatchie Battlefield, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Columbia SC, 5 January 2005.

  1354. Sch.Com. Smith, Steven D., "Research at Blackstocks Battlefield". © 2006 by University of South Carolina--South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.

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  1356. Sch.Com. Steven D. Smith, "The Search for Francis Marion's Snow's Island Camp". © 1993 by The South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology. Published in PastWatch, Volume 2, Issue 3-4, 1993, pages 4-4.

  1357. PALMM Smith, W. Calvin, "Mermaids Riding Alligators: Divided Command On The Southern Frontier, 1776-1778", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 443. Volume 54 Issue 4, April 1976, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

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  1366. SCAR Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, monthly online newsletter, edited by Charles B. Baxley. Guide to issues.

  1367. SCPA "Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension Statements". High quality transcriptions, mostly by Will Graves. Full-text search engine provided.

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    To see where that of interest to the American Revolution starts: Enter 421 in the page number box at the top and click enter.
    Vol.I, Vol.III

  1371. Google Sparks, Jared, The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution, Vol.IX, N. Hale and Gray & Bowen publ, Boston, 1830. Nov. 1776 thru August 1783; The Correspondence of John Laurens Dec 1780 thru Sept 1781. And others.

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  1373. Archive Sparks, Jared, ed., The Library of American Biography, 1848, New York, Harper.   Vol. 1 (Stark)   Vol. 4 (Wayne)   Vol. 9 (Steuben)  Vol. 11 (Henry)   Vol. 18 (C. Lee)  Vol. 20 (Greene)   Vol. 23 (Boone, B. Lincoln)  

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  1375. MoA Spears, John Randolph, The History of Our Navy from its Origin to the End of the War with Spain, 1775-1898, Vol.I, New York: C. Scribner's sons, 1902.

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  1377. Google Spilsbury, John, A Journal of the Siege of Gibraltar, 1779-1783. Gibraltar Garrison Library, 1908.

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    Also, here:
    Archive Sprunt, James, Tales and Traditions of the Lower Cape Fear, 1661-1896, Wilmington, N.C., Le Gwin Brothers, Printers, 1896.

  1380. Stacy, Kim, "A Short History of the 84th Regiment of Foot", Royal Highland Emigrants, 1775-1784. Charlestown, SC. 1780-84. Suggested by John Maass.

  1381. Archive Stark, Caleb, Memoir and official correspondence of Gen. John Stark ..., 1860, Concord: G.P. Lyon. A few mentions of the Irish and Scotch Irish.

  1382. Starkey, James L., "Keep The Staff Ride Alive For The 21st Century". Military Police, May, 2000

  1383. Archive Starr, Emmet, History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore, Oklahoma City, OK, The Warden Company, 1921.

  1384. Archive St. Clair, Arthur, The St. Clair papers : the life and public services of Arthur St. Clair, Vol.1. Cincinnati : R. Clarke. 1882

  1385. Archive St. Clair, Arthur, defendant, Proceedings of a general court martial, held at White Plains, in the state of New-York by order of His Excellency General Washington, for the trial of Major General St. Clair, August 25, 1778. Philadelphia : Printed by Hall and Sellers. 1778.

  1386. Stedman, Charles , The History Of The Origins, Progress And Termination Of The American War, 1794.

  1387. Google Steiner, Bernard C., "Western Maryland in the Revolution". 1902, Johns Hopkins Press.

  1388. Steiner, Bernard C., ed. Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution This is not a comprehensive list of Marylanders who served. Also, Google here

  1389. Thayer Stephenson, Orlando W., "The Supply of Gunpowder in 1776", American Historical Review Vol. 30 No. 2 (January 1925), pp271-281. From the website of Bill Thayer.

  1390. Google Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin, Regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States ... , 1803, Daniel & Samuel Whiting, Albany.

  1391. Google Stevens, Abel, A Compendious History of American Methodism, T. Woolmer, 1885,

  1392. Archive Stevens, Benjamin Franklin and Brown, H.J, Report on American manuscripts in the Royal Institution of Great Britain.
    • Vols. I and II, 1904, London, H.M.S.O. Vol. I index, p.485(509)-pdf. Vol. II index p.555(1117)-pdf.
    • Vols. III and IV, 1907, London, H.M.S.O. Vol. III index, p.431. Vol. IV index, p.987. Also, Vol. III Google. here. Vol. III index, p.431.
    • Vol. IV, 1909, London, H.M.S.O. Vol. IV index, p.489
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  1393. Archive Stevens, Benjamin Franklin, Vol.1, The Campaign in Virginia, 1781 : an Exact Reprint of Six Rare Pamphlets on the Clinton-Cornwallis Controversy, with Very Numerous Important Unpublished Manuscript Notes by Sir Henry Clinton, K.B., and the Omitted and Hitherto Unpublished Portions of the Letters in their Appendixes added from the Original Manuscripts ; with a Supplement containing Extracts from the Journals of the House of Lords, a French Translation of Papers laid before the House, and a Catalogue of the Additional Correspondence of Clinton and Cornwallis, in 1780-81, London : [s.n.] 1888. Also, Archive here

  1394. Archive Stevens, Benjamin Franklin, Vol.2, The Campaign in Virginia, 1781 : an Exact Reprint of Six Rare Pamphlets on the Clinton-Cornwallis Controversy, with Very Numerous Important Unpublished Manuscript Notes by Sir Henry Clinton, K.B., and the Omitted and Hitherto Unpublished Portions of the Letters in their Appendixes added from the Original Manuscripts ; with a Supplement containing Extracts from the Journals of the House of Lords, a French Translation of Papers laid before the House, and a Catalogue of the Additional Correspondence of Clinton and Cornwallis, in 1780-81, London : [s.n.] 1888.

    Google Stevens, Edward brief article in Encyclopædia Americana, authors: Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas G. Bradford, Carey, Lea & Carey, 1833.

  1395. Google Stevens, James, "The Revolutionary Journal of James Stevens of Andover, Mass". Essex Institute historical collections , Volume 48. Essex Institute Press, 1912.

  1396. Google Stevens, John Austin, "The French in Rhode Island". Pp. 385-422, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

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    VA Historical Society: Call Number General Collection E171 M18 v.5 Author Stevens, John Austin, 1827-1910. Title The Southern campaign, 1780 : Gates at Camden. In: Magazine of American history with notes and queries. New York, NY. v.5 (1880), p. 241-320, 425-426. General Note Includes letters of Major General Gates from June 21 to August 31, 1780. Camden, Battle of, Camden, S.C., 1780. Gates, Horatio, 1728-1806. Southern States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783. United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Campaigns. Other Authors Gates, Horatio, 1728-1806. Record No. 159889

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  1399. Google Stevens, John Austin et al, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III.     Contents A. S. Barnes., 1879

  1400. Google Stevens, John Austin, The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries, Vol. 5, A.S. Barnes, 1880. Source for the "Gates at Camden" article.

  1401. Google Stevens, John Austin, "Navy Senior Officers Quartered in Newport". Pp. 429, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  1402. Google Stevens, John Austin, "Officers of the French Army in America Under the Count de Rochambeau". Pp. 423-425, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

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  1405. Google Stevens, John Austin, "Regiments Quartered in Newport, Senior Officers". Pp. 428-429, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

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  1408. MoA Stevens, William Bacon, 1815-1887, A history of Georgia, from Its First Discovery by Europeans to the Adoption of the Present Constitution in 1798, New York, Savannah: D. Appleton and co., W.T. Williams, 1867.
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  1409. Archive Stevenson, Roger, Military instructions for officers detached in the field: : containing, a scheme for forming a corps of a partisan. Illustrated with plans of the manoeuvres necessary in carrying on the petite guerre., Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by R. Aiken , 1775

  1410. Google Stewart, David, Col., Sketches of the Character, Manners, and Present State of the Highlanders of Scotland With Details of the Military Service ..., Vol. I, 1822

  1411. Google Stiles, Ezra, The literary diary of Ezra Stiles, Vol.I (of 3). New York C. Scribner's Sons. 1901.
    Suggested by Derek W. Beck, "The First Naval Skirmish of the Revolution", Journal of the American Revolution, October 2013. See page 559 in Stiles' Diary.

  1412. Archive Stiles, Henry Reed. A History of the City of Brooklyn Including the Old Town and Village of Brooklyn, the Town of Bushwick, and the Village and City of Williamsburgh. Vol. One. Brooklyn : Pub. by subscription. 1867.

    This map accessed from Wikimedia follows page 62 in the Stiles' book, but regrettably, is completely unreadable in the above online book version. The page numbers referenced are to Stiles'book. It is based on Plan of the city of New York in North America : surveyed in the years 1766 & 1767 / B. Ratzer, lieutt. in His Majestys 6... (Jany. 12, 1776).

  1413. Google Stillé Charles Janeway, Major-General Anthony Wayne and the Pennsylvania Line in the Continental Army, Published 1893, J. B. Lippincott. Also, Archive here.

  1414. Google Stockbridge, J. C., "The Case of Major André". Pp. 739-742, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  1415. Google Stockard, Sallie Walker, The History of Alamance (NC), 1900, Capital.

  1416. Google Stockard, Sallie Walker, The History of Guilford County, North Carolina, 1902, Gaut-Ogden co., printers

  1417. Archive Stocking, Abner, "An Interesting Journal of Abner Stocking of Chatham, Connecticut, Detailing the Distressing Events of the Expedition Against Quebec, Under the Command of Col. Arnold in the Year 1775". Tarrytown, N.Y., Reprinted, W. Abbatt. 1921.
  1418. Calvin Stockton, Ronald R. Stockton, "Are the Evangelicals an Ethnic Group?". Presented to the Symposium on Religion and Politics, April 24-26, 2008, Paul B. Henry Institute for the Study of Christianity and Politics, Calvin College. This paper has a simple thesis: We cannot understand the Evangelicals as a political force unless we understand that at the core of that political force is not merely a doctrinal system but an ethnic group, the Scots-Irish.

  1419. Columbia Stokes, I. N. Phelps The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909. All volumes. New York : Robert H. Dodd, 1915-1928. For shortest download time, right-click on "View PDF", and click on "Save as...".

  1420. Columbia Stokes, I. N. Phelps. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909, Vol.1. New York : Robert H. Dodd, 1915-1928.

  1421. Archive Stokes, I. N. Phelps. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909, Vol.2. New York : Robert H. Dodd, 1915-1928.

  1422. Columbia Stokes, I. N. Phelps. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909, Vol.3. New York : Robert H. Dodd, 1915-1928.

  1423. Columbia Stokes, I. N. Phelps. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909, Vol.4. New York : Robert H. Dodd, 1915-1928.

  1424. Columbia Stokes, I. N. Phelps. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909, Vol.5. New York : Robert H. Dodd, 1915-1928.

  1425. Archive Stokes, I. N. Phelps. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 : compiled from original sources and illustrated by photo-intaglio reproductions of important maps, plans, views, and documents in public and private collections, Vol.6.. New York : Robert H. Dodd, 1915

  1426. Google Stone, Edwin Martin, Our French Allies: Rochambeau and His Army, Lafayette and His Devotion, D'Estaing, De Ternay, Barras, De Grasse, and Their Fleets, in the Great War of the American Revolution, from 1778 to 1782, Including Military Operations in Rhode Island, the Surrender of Yorktown,.... Providence Press Co., 1884

  1427. Google Stone, William, "George Clinton, Royal Governor of New York". Pp. 329-354, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  1428. Archive Stone, William L., Border Wars of the American Revolution. New-York, Harper & Brothers, 1843. Volume One   Volume Two

  1429. Stone, William L., translator, Letters of Brunswick and Hessian officers during the American Revolution. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell's Sons, 1891. From Harvard University Library.

  1430. Google Stone, William L.. Life of Joseph Brant–Thayendanegea: Including the Indian Wars of the American Revolution . Vol. II. J. Munsell, 1865. Click icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

     

     


  1431. NPS EN Strach, Stephen, History of the Three Pound Verbruggen Gun in North America 1775-1783 (c), Eastern National Park and Monument Association, 1986, unpublished.    100 mb, full-text searchable.   Only this works: Right-click, save link as...
    Not public domain. Made available for personal research and reading from History and Culture page, Cowpens National Battlefield.

    Highly relevant: JR Cresap, Charles 'Cap', "Comments on Strach's History of the Three Pound Verbruggen Gun.... Addendum added 9/20/2011 and 12/21/2011

    JR '"Verbruggen 3-lb Gun Online". A summary of almost everything that can be found online, particularly in relation to the currently contradictory creation and/or publications dates of Strach's "History of the Three-Pound Verbruggen Gun...". Updated 20 Sep 2011.

     

     

  1432. Google Strait, Newton A., An Alphabetical List of the Battles of the War of the Rebellion, with Dates, J. H. Soulé, 1878

  1433. Archive Stryker, William, ed., Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey
    , Trenton, N.J. : John L. Murphy Pub. Co., 1901
    Volume 1     Volume 2     Volume 3     Volume 4     Volume 5    

  1434. Archive Stryker, William Scudder. The Battles of Trenton and Princeton. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, & Co., 1898

  1435. Archive Stryker, William S., General Maxwell's Brigade of the New Jersey Contintental Line in the Expedition Against the Indians in the Year 1779. Trenton, N.J. : W. S. Sharp, printer. 1885.

  1436. Archive Stryker, William S., The New Jersey Volunteers" (Loyalists) in the Revolutionary War. 67 pages. Trenton, N.J. : Naar, Day & Naar, book and job printers. 1887.

  1437. I-Archive Stuart, John Ferdinand D. Smyth, A tour in the United States of America: containing an account of the present situation of that country, the population, agriculture, commerce, customs, and manners of the inhabitants ... with a description of the Indian nations, the general face of the country, mountains, forests, rivers, and the most beautiful, grand, and picturesque views throughout that vast continent likewise improvements in husbandry that may be adopted with great advantage in Europe, London : Printed for G. Robinson 1784. Author changed his name to Stuart in 1793. Suggested by "Resources for the History of the British Floridas", FHQ, January 1946, Florida Historical Society.
    Volume I
    Volume II

  1438. Archive Sullivan, John, "Major General Sullivan's Official Report", From the Maryland Journal and Baltimore Advertiser of Tuesday, October 19, 1779. "General John Sullivan's Expedition Against the Iroquois, 1779", suggested by Elvin Birth.

  1439. Google Summers, Lewis Preston, History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786, Washington County, 1777-1870, J. L. Hill Printing Company, 1903

  1440. Archive Sumner, William H., A history of East Boston; with biographical sketches of its early proprietors, and an appendix. Boston, J. E. Tilton. 1858.

  1441. Google Sumter, Thomas, brief article in Encyclopædia Americana, authors: Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas G. Bradford, Carey, Lea & Carey, 1833.

  1442. Archive Swain, Rebecca, Review of James G. Leyburn, The Scotch-Irish: A Social History , University of North Carolina Press, 1962, repr. 1991. From the Green Man Review

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  1443. Google Tallmadge, Benjamin, Memoir of Col. Benjamin Tallmadge, Published 1858 T. Holman, book and job printer. Suggested by article on Lt. Col. Benjamin Thompson [Count Rumford] by John Milton Hutchins in SCAR Vol.4 Jan-Mar 2007

  1444. Google Tarleton, Banastre A History of the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781 in the Southern Provinces of North America, 1787, Dublin.
    Google Contemporary review of Tarleton's History and MacKenzie's Strictures in The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature for December 1787. J. Murray, 1787.

  1445. Tarleton/Mackenzie/Hanger "trilogy", from BanastreTarleton.org.

    If you are going to read a lot of the following three books, you may find it worth your time to temporarily set your browser colors to be black text on white background (regardless of what the website calls for). You'd need to change them back when you finish.


    • Tarleton, Banastre, A History of the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781 in the Southern Provinces of North America, 1787.
      Library of Congress record: Author: Tarleton, Lieutenant-General (Banastre), 1754-1833. Title: A history of the campaigns of 1780 and 1781, in the southern provinces of North America / by Lieutenant-Colonel Tarleton. Published: London : Printed for T. Cadell, 1787. LC Call No.: E236.T17

    • MacKenzie, Roderick, Strictures on Lieutenant Colonel Tarleton's History, 1788.
      Library of Congress record: Author: Mackenzie, Roderick, lieutenant. Title: Strictures on Lt.-Col. Tarleton's History "of the campaigns of 1780 and 178l, in the southern provinces of North America" ... : wherein military characters and corps are vindicated from injurious aspersions, and several important transactions placed in their proper point of view ; in a series of letters to a friend / by Roderick Mackenzie ; to which is added, a detail of the siege of Ninety Six, and the re-capture of the island of New-Providence. Published: London, Printed for the author, 1787. LC Call No.: E236.T19

    • Hanger, George, An Address To The Army; In Reply To Strictures, By Roderick M'Kenzie, 1789.
      Library of Congress record: Author: [Coleraine], George Hanger, baron, 1751?-1824. [from old catalog] Title: An address to the army; in reply to strictures, by Roderick M'Kenzie, (late lieutenant in the 71st regiment) on Tarleton's History of the campaigns of 1780 and 1781. By the Hon. George Hanger ... Published: London, Printed for J. Ridgway, 1789. LC Call No.: E236.T193

    • Combined search site for (and limited to) trilogy: "Tarleton/Mackenzie/Hanger" on separate site.

  1446. Tatum, William P., III "HM's 17th Regiment of Foot, A Regimental History". Remaining company served in SC.

  1447. icon-nickname Temple, J. H.; Sheldon, George, A History of the Town of Northfield, Massachusetts.... Albany, N.Y. : J. Munsell, 1875. Of particular interest, pp.303-305, "Ens. Alexander's Diary" (Ens. Thomas Alexander).

  1448. Google Thacher, James, A Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War, from 1775 to 1783, Cotton & Barnard, 1827. Note table of contents for comments on Southern Campaign (near end).

  1449. Archive Thacher, James, History of the town of Plymouth, from its first settlement in 1620, to the present time : with a concise history of the aborigines of New England, and their wars with the English, &c.. Boston : Marsh, Capen & Lyon. 1835.

  1450. CornellThayer, Theodore, Nathanael Greene Strategist Of The American Revolution, Twayne Publishers, New York, 1960. From the Universal Library, Carnegie Mellon University. Also, found Archive here.

  1451. Thiers, Louisa K., "Col. Joseph McDowell, The American Monthly Magazine, Vol.IX, July-December 1896, p.395, National Society of the D.A.R.

  1452. GBooks Thomas, Abel, "An Account of a Journey in the Southern States in 1781". Pp.144-150, Vol. I. New Jersey History, Volumes 1-5. New Jersey Historical Society., 1847. Click "Page 144".

  1453. Google Thomas, Cyrus & McGee, W.J., The Indians of North America in Historic Times, Philadelphia, George Barrie & Sons, 1903. Click on icon in u.r.h. corner for downloads.

  1454. Google Thomas, J. A. W. , A History of Marlboro County [SC], Atlanta, GA: The Foote & Davies Company, Printers and Binders, 1897

  1455. Archive Thomas, James Walter, Chronicles of Colonial Maryland : with Illustrations, Cumberland, Md. : Eddy Press Corporation, 1913. Pages of interest are 238-252. Read online.

  1456. Sciway3 Thomas, Sam, "The 1780 Presbyterian Rebellion and the Battle of Huck's Defeat".
    Also, found I-Archive here and SI/US forum here and Tchg US Hist here

  1457. Thomason and Associates, Gilbert Town Historic District Preservation Plan, Rutherford County, North Carolina. 2009. Also, NPS here.

  1458. Thonhoff, Robert H., Archive "The Life and Times of Bernardo de Gálvez, Spain's Great Hero of the American Revolution" from The Order of the Granaderos y Damas de Gálvez, San Antonio, Texas Chapter

  1459. Thonhoff, Robert H., "The Vital Contribution of Spain in the Winning of the American Revolution" from The Order of the Granaderos y Damas de Galvez, San Antonio, Texas Chapter

  1460. Archive Thornton, John Wingate, The Pulpit of the American Revolution, or The Political Sermons of the Period of 1776, with a Historical Introduction, Notes, and Illustrations, 537 pages, 1860, Boston, Gould and Lincoln; New York, Sheldon and Company. Also, Google here.

  1461. Google Thornton, John Wingate, The Pulpit of the American Revolution, 1074 pages, 1876, D. Lothrop.

  1462. Google Thwaites, Reuben Gold and Louise Phelps Kellogg, Documentary History of Dunmore's War, 1774. Sons of the American Revolution Wisconsin Society, State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Published 1905. Also, Archive here.

  1463. Archive Tiffany, Osmond, "A Sketch of the Life and Services of Gen. Otho Holland Williams" : read before the Maryland Historical Society on Thursday evening, March 6, 1851, Baltimore : Printed by J. Murphy & Co., 1851.

  1464. Google Tilden, John Bell, "Extracts From The Journal Of Lieutenant John Bell Tilden, Second Pennsylvania Line, 1781-1782", The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. , Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1895. Tilden was present at Yorktown.

  1465. CARLDL Tokar, John R., "Redcoat Resupply! Strategic Logistics And Operational Indecision In The American Revolutionary War, 1775-1 783". School of Advanced Military Studies United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. 1999.

  1466. Archive Tomlinson, Abraham, compiler, The military journals of two private soldiers, 1758-1775, with numerous illustrative notes to which is added, a supplement, containing official papers on the skirmishes at Lexington and Concord. A. Tomlinson, 1855.

  1467. Google Tompkins, Daniel Augustus, History of Mecklenburg County [NC] and the City of Charlotte from 1740 to 1903, 1904, Observer Print. House

  1468. CARLDL Torgerson, Jason W., " Campaign of 1777: examination of a turning point using DIME", Master of Military Art and Science Theses, Combined Arms Research Library Digital Library. 2009.

  1469. Tovy, Tal, "Militia or Regular Army? The Debate on the Character of the American Army during the Revolution", European Association for American Studies, 1:2010.

  1470. Google Tower, Charlemagne, The Marquis de La Fayette in the American Revolution, Vol.1, Published 1894, J.B. Lippincott Company. Also, Archive here. Suggested by article on Casimir Pulaski by John Milton Hutchins in SCAR Vol.4 Jan-Mar 2007.

  1471. Archive Tower, Charlemagne, The Marquis de La Fayette in the American Revolution, Vol.2, 1895, Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company.

  1472. Archive Town, Ithiel, A detail of some particular services performed in America, during the years 1776, 1777, 1778, and 1779. New York, 1835.

  1473. I-Archive Townshend, Charles Hervey, The British Invasion Of New Haven, Connecticut, Together With Some Account Of Their Landing And Burning The Towns Of Fairfield And Norwalk, July, 1779. New Haven, Conn. 1879,

  1474. Archive Trimble, Susan M., Index to the Collet map of North Carolina, 1770 (1990), North Carolina Colonial Records Project, Raleigh, N.C. : North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Historical Publications Section. Protected pdf. Full-text searchable. UNC Map. Another here. Another BIG here.

  1475. Archive Trimble, Susan M., Index to the Moseley map of North Carolina, 1733 (1991), North Carolina Colonial Records Project, Raleigh, N.C. : North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Historical Publications Section. Protected pdf. Full-text searchable. ECU-DC Map.

  1476. Archive Trimble, Susan M., Index to the Mouzon map of North and South Carolina, 1775 (1990), North Carolina Colonial Records Project, Raleigh, N.C. : North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Historical Publications Section. Protected pdf. Full-text searchable. AmMem Map. UNC Another. Another here.

  1477. Archive Trimble, Susan M., Index to the Wimble map of North Carolina, 1738 (1990), North Carolina Colonial Records Project, Raleigh, N.C. : North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Historical Publications Section. Protected pdf. Full-text searchable. ECU-DC Map.

  1478. Google Trimble, William C., The Historical Record of the 27th Inniskilling Regiment..., Wm. Clowes, 1876.

  1479. Google Trimen, Richard, An Historical Memoir of the 35th Royal Sussex Regiment of Foot, The Southampton Times, 1873.

  1480. I-Archive Trevelyan, Sir George Otto, Bart., The American Revolution, Longman, Green & Co., London. Later versions covered the war in the South. These cover only the first few years of the war. Perhaps other volumes will surface. Search Vol.II for relationship of Washington and historian Gordon. There are 2 other volumes in this series. There is also a 2-volume series on "George III and Charles Fox" which are considered as the final volumes of a six-volume set.

  1481. Google Trevelyan, George Otto, The American Revolution, Vol.III, 1905 Longmans, Green, and Co.

  1482. Google Trevelyan, George Otto, George the Third and Charles Fox: The Concluding Part of The American Revolution, in two volumes, Vol.II, 1914 Longmans, Green, and Co.

  1483. I-Archive Trevelyan, George Otto, The American Revolution, 1899, David Mckay Company,Inc. A condensation into one volume of the original six-volume work. Edited, arranged, and with an introduction and notes by Richard B. Morris.

  1484. Archive Trevett, John. "Journal of John Trevett". The Rhode Island historical magazine, Volume: yr.1885-1886, 6, 72–74, 106–11; 6, 194–99, 271–78.

  1485. Google Trumble, John, Autobiography, reminiscences and letters of John Trumbull, from 1756 to 1841, Vol. Four. Wiley and Putnam, 1841.

  1486. Archive Trumbull, Jonathan, "Minutes of Occurrences respecting the Siege and Capture of York in Virginia", extracted from the Journal of Colonel Jonathan Trumbull, Secretary to the General, 1781. In Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Boston: the Society, 14: (1875–1876) pp. 331–338

  1487. Google Troiani, Don, '71st Regiment of Foot' from Don Troiani's Soldiers in America, 1754-1865

  1488. PALMM Troxler, Carole Watterson, "Loyalist Refugees And The British Evacuation Of East Florida, 1783-1785", The Florida Historical Quarterly, p. 1. Volume 60 Issue 1, July 1981, Florida Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida. Click on PDF. For easiest viewing, click on the d/l arrow in the u.r.h. corner and view in your PDF viewer or s/w.

  1489. Archive Tucker, Josiah, Cui bono? or, An Inquiry, What Benefits Can Arise either to the English or the Americans, the French, Spaniards, or Dutch, from the Greatest Victories, or Successes, in the Present War, London : Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand; sold also by Evans and Hazel, in Glocester, 1782.

  1490. Archive Tucker, Josiah, 1712-1799, A Series of Answers to Certain Popular Objections against Separating from the Rebellious Colonies, and Discarding Them Entirely : being the Concluding Tract of the Dean of Glocester, on the subject of American affairs, Glocester : Printed by R. Raikes, and sold by T. Cadell, London, 1776.

  1491. Google Turner, Frederick Jackson, The Frontier in American History. Published 1920, H. Holt and company. Also, here.

  1492. Google Turner, Francis M., Life of General John Sevier, Neale Publishing Company, 1910. Also, Archive here.

  1493. Turner, H. E.. The Rhode Island historical magazine, Volume: yr.1885-1886. Newport, R.I., The Newport Historical Publishing Co. Contains Trevett, John. "Journal of John Trevett", 6, 72–74, 106–11; 6, 194–99, 271–78.

  1494. Google Turner, Joseph Kelly and John Luther Bridgers, History of Edgecombe County, North Carolina, Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., 1920

  1495. Tyler, Lyon Gardiner, Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography in seven volumes

  1496. Archive Tyler, Moses Coit, Patrick Henry, 1896, c1887, Boston ; New York : Houghton, Mifflin ; Cambridge : Riverside Press.

  1497. Archive Tyler, Moses Coit,
    The Literary History of the American Revolution, 1763-1776
    The Literary History of the American Revolution, 1776-17836
    G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1897.

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  1498. UELAC "A United Empire Loyalist's Bibliography of the American Revolution and the Postwar Settlement of the Loyalists"

  1499. Google Upton, Emory, et al The Military Policy of the United States, Govt. Print. Off., 1917.

  1500. SSI Urwin, Gregory J. W., "The Army Of The Constitution: The Historical Context", pp.27-63, ". . . to insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence . . ." Papers From The Conference On Homeland Protection, 2000, Strategic Studies Institute. Note: replace contents of page box at bottom with 27 and press enter.
    Despite these economic inducements, the Continental Army's actual strength never neared authorized levels. General George Washington and other Continental commanders did not dare to give battle without calling out a sizable increment of militia to back up their undermanned regulars. For its part, the militia compiled a mixed combat record during the War for Independence. It stood fast at times, as at Breed's Hill, Bennington, Oriskany, and Cowpens. On other occasions, it broke and ran at the slightest pretext. Given such unpredictable conduct, it is no wonder that most senior Continental officers expressed a low opinion of the militia. 14
    Militiamen may have had their limitations, but they made indispensable contributions to the winning of independence in their familiar role of home defense. They suppressed local Loyalists, patrolled the coastline, guarded frontier settlements, and protected the countryside from enemy foragers and raiders. Along with the Continental Army, the militia prevented the British from reestablishing royal authority anywhere except for a few restricted enclaves. The British did not have enough troops available to occupy the Thirteen Colonies in force.
    . p.31-32

  1501. Army Urwin, Gregory J. W., "When Freedom Wore a Red Coat", pp. 6-23, Army History, Summer 2008, PB 20-08-3 (No. 68) Washington, D.C, U.S. Army Center of Military History.

  1502. Google US Air Force Academy, The Military History of the American Revolution, Diane Publishing, 1974. Bibliography.

  1503. USMA US Military Academy, "Revolutionary War Maps and Animations". One may note that 41 maps (71.9%) relate to the war in the North and only 16 (28%) relate to the war in the South. This Google Earth map of Revolutionary War actions may be of interest in that it shows a massive number of actions in the South, most of which were of asymmetrical or insurgent nature.

  1504. U.S. Marine Corps, Archive USMC Small Wars Manual (1940). Unlike the others found on the internet, this one allows you, in your pdf s/w, to reset your startup choices (page, zoom, etc.). It is also full-text searchable.

  1505. U.S. Military Records Research Outline, Revolutionary War, 1775 to 1783. From FamilySearch.org.

  1506. U.S. Navy, "Naval History Bibliography - American Revolution 1775-1783".. Naval History and Heritage Command, Washington Naval Yard, Washington D.C.

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  1507. Valis, Glenn, "Tactics and Weapons of the Revolutionary War".

  1508. I-Archive Van Tyne, Claude H., Loyalists in the American Revolution, 1902, New York, The Macmillan Company. Suggested by David Neilan.

  1509. I-Archive Van Tyne, Claude H., The American Revolution, 1776-1783, 1905, Harper & Brothers.

  1510. I-Archive Van Valen, James M., History of Bergen County New Jersey, New Jersey Pub. and Engraving Co., 1900

  1511. Google Veditz, C. William A. and James, Bartlett Burleigh The History of North America, Vol. Six, The Revolution. Printed for subscribers only by G. Barrie & sons, 1903

  1512. Verbruggen 3-pounder cannon

    • Google "Ordnance taken at Detroit, 16th August, 1812. ", Historical Collections, Michigan State Historical Society, 1896.
      The 3 Pounder is an English Piece cast by P. Verbruggen 1776, on it is inscribed surrendered by the capitulation of York Town, Carriage is not good.
    • Google Donations of cannon, ... Military Academy, ..., Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress, 2nd Session , p.740. 1882.
      One 3-pounder bronze gun? Inscription "Surrendered by the Convention of Saratoga, Oct. 17, 1777." "J. and P. Verbruggen, (undecipherable) A. 1775". Broad arrow.
    • Google Addresses on the Battle of Bennington, Free Press Office Print, 1849
      It is a common opinion that these field-pieces were of French manufacture and taken by Wolf at Quebec. But the manufacturers' name plainly marked on them is J. & P. Verbruggen — a name no Frenchman, — and none but a 'Dutchman, will claim. The date of their casting, also legible upon them, is 1776, or but one year before they came into the power of Stark. By reason of the British broad arrow or crowfoot marked upon them, they have been considered of British workmanship ; but that mark is thought by good judges not to have been cast, but cut with a graver. ...
      The weight of each of these pieces is marked upon it, — that of the one is 209, that of the other 213 pounds. They are called by our War Department three pounders.
    • Jan Verbruggen (1712 - 81)
      Verbruggen was born in Enkhuizen, West Friesland, and trained as an artist and architect before his appointment in 1746 as Master Founder for the Admiralty of West Friesland. Within a year he began to apply techniques for boring cannon from solid castings that had been developed in Switzerland by Johann Maritz, Master Founder at Burgdorf, and transmitted by his sons to Spain and France, where they were in use at the royal foundry at Douai by the 1730s. Previously cannon had been cast as tubes, and machined to the required tolerances in vertical boring machines. Maritz made solid castings, that were rotated by water-power in horizontal machines, in which the cutters were advanced through gearing by hand wheels.
    • "The Art and Mysterie of the Gun-Founder"

  1513. Google de Vergennes, "Letter of Count de Vergennes to Silas Deane". Pp. 635, The Magazine of American history with notes and queries , Vol.III, A. S. Barnes., 1879

  1514. Vermeule, Cornelius C. "The Revolutionary Camp Ground at Plainfield [,New Jersey]" . New York: The Evening Post Job Printing Office, Inc., 1923.

  1515. Vezeau, Susan Lynn, "The Mepkin Abbey Shipwreck: Diving Into Mepkin Plantation's Past". Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies of Texas A&M University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master Of Arts (Anthropology). 2004.

  1516. Archive Vincent, Francis,, A history of the state of Delaware : from its first settlement until the present time, containing a full account of the first Dutch and Swedish settlements, with a description of its geography and geology , 1870-[1871], Philadelphia : J. Campbell. Also, Google here.

  1517. Virginia, Mary Elizabeth, "Richard Henry Lee Of Virginia: A Biography". A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of State University of New York at Buffalo in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. 1992.

  1518. Vogel, Bob "The 2nd Front- Southern Style".

  1519. Google Von Ehwahl, A Treatise Upon the Duties of Light Troops. Translated from the German text. Published 1803.

  1520. Archive Voyle, George Elliot, A Military Dictionary, Comprising Terms, Scientific and Otherwise, Connected with the Science of War, W. Clowes & Sons, London, 1876.

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  1521. Google Waddell, Joseph Addison, Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from 1726 to 1871, Published 1902 C. R. Caldwell

  1522. I-Archive Wahlke, John C., ed., The Causes Of The American Revolution, Revised Edition, D.C. Heath & Co., Boston, 1962. Ten essays. 11mb download. Requires DjVu plug-in (available).

  1523. Archive Waldeck, Philipp (Learned, Marion Dexter, 1857-1917), Philipp Waldeck's diary of the American revolution, 1907, Philadelphia : Americana Germanica Press

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