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SOUTHERN CAMPAIGNS of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Charles B. Baxley, ed..

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    • Vol.1 No.1. September 2004, 14p., 479kb.
      • "Documentary Resources and Notes on Gen. Thomas Sumter and the North and South Carolina Militias attack on the British Forward Outpost at Rocky Mount, South Carolina" Advance to page 3.
    • Vol.1 No.2.. October 2004, 23p., 2.3mb.
      • "Tarleton at Waxhaws" Article by James Piecuch with appendices by Charles Baxley. Advance to page 4.
    • Vol.1 No.3. November 2004, 29p., 801kb.
      • "Revolutionary Reminiscences related by Maj. Thomas Young of Union District, S. C., dated March 27th 1843" annotated by Charles Baxley. Advance to page 5.
      • "Battle of Hammond's Store", "Williams Fort Battle" and "Battle of Mudlick Creek". Advance to page 19.
    • Vol.1 No.4. December 2004, 24p., 2mb.
      • "The Battle Of Stono Ferry - June 20, 1779". Article by C.Leon Harris with supplementary material by editor. Advance to page 7.
    • Vol.2 No.1. January 2005, 29p., 2.2mb.
      • Merle A. McGee’s Artifact Collection. Photos by Calvin Keys. Advance to page 5.
      • Revolutionary War Musket Ball Typology by Daniel M. Sivilich, President BRAVO. Advance to page 7.
      • Pension Application of Col. Samuel Hammond Transcribed and Annotated by William T. Graves. Advance to page 24.
    • Vol.2 No.2. February 2005, 20p., 2.4mb.
      • Preservation of the Kings Mountain Battlefield by Robert M. Dunkerly. Advance to page 5.
      • The Continental Army of the Southern Department: Insurgent Peacekeepers? by James McIntyre. Advance to page 15.
    • Vol.2 No.3. March 2005, 23p., 1.5mb
      • Werner Willis painting: Lt. Gen. Charles, Lord Cornwallis. Page 1.
      • To Disturb the Assembly: Tarleton’s Charlottesville Raid and the British Invasion of Virginia, 1781 by John Maass. Map by John Robertson. Advance to page 5.
      • Pension Affidavit of Richard Clinton Annotated by Charles B. Baxley. Advance to page 14.
      • Col. Isaac Shelby’s Account of his Exploits During the Revolutionary War Transcribed and annoted by William T. Graves. Advance to page 19.
    • Vol.2 No.4. April 2005, 31p., 2.5mb.
      • Werner Willis painting: General Thomas Sumter. Page 1.
      • It Wasn’t in Louisa, A research note on Thomas Sumter’s birthplace by Thomas Lynwood Powers. Advance to page 2.
      • An account of Thomas Sumter’s life from 1782 until his death in 1832 By Thomas Sumter Tisdale, Jr. Advance to page 5.
      • The Siege of Fort Motte May 8-12, 1781 by Charles B. Baxley. Advance to page 15.
      • Reverend Oliver Hart's Diary of the Journey to the Backcountry Transcribed and annotated by William T. Graves. Advance to page 26.
    • Vol.2 No.5. May 2005, 36p., 2.1mb.
      • Werner Willis painting: Lt. Col. Sir Banastre Tarleton. Page 1.
      • The Battle of Biggin Bridge - April 14, 1780 - Tarleton’s Cavalry Charge by Charles B. Baxley. Advance to page 3.
      • Letter and Report, South Carolina Militia Gen. Andrew Williamson to Nathanael Greene After the British Evacuation of Charles Town Transcribed and annotated by William T. Graves. Advance to page 12.
      • Col. John Thomas – Spartan Regiment –South Carolina Patriot Militia by Ilene Jones Cornwell. Advance to page 15.
      • Pension Application of Levi Mote Transcribed and annotated by William T. Graves. Advance to page 25.
    • Vol.2 No.6. June 2005, 28p., 2mb
      • Alexander’s Old Field, or The Battle Of Beckhamville by Michael C. Scoggins. Advance to page 4.
      • Hill’s Iron Works, South Carolina The Presbyterian Rebellion -- 18 June 1780 (or June 9th or 11th) by Patrick O'Kelley. Advance to page 9.
      • The Battle of Rugeley’s Fort “... a spirit of enterprize and intrepidity still prevails.” by Lee F. McGee. Advance to page 11.
      • Unraveling the Mystery of the Revolutionary War Service of Pvt. James Johnson, 1st Continental Light Dragoons by Charles F. Price. Advance to page 17.
      • Pension request of William McGarity, Sr., of Chester District, South Carolina edited by Charles Baxley. Advance to page 22.
      • Staying at Peace in Wartime Exerpts from Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, Vol. IV: 1780-1783. Advance to page 25.
    • Vol.2 No.7. July 2005, 31p., 4mb.
      • Werner Willis painting: The Assault, British Legion dragoons in full speed charge.. Page 1.
      • More on The Battle of Hill’s Ironworks by Michael C. Scoggins. Advance to page 6.
      • Col. William Hill Memorial filed with the South Carolina General Assembly: Senate Advance to page 10.
      • The Battle of Mobley’s Meeting House Fairfield District, South Carolina, June 1780 by Kenneth Shelton. Advance to page 16.
    • Vol.2 No.8. August 2005, 28p., 2.3mb.
      • Pamela Patrick White pastel: The Battle of Camden. Page 1.
      • Major General Johannes de Kalb: Tragic hero of the Battle of Camden by S.L. Rinner. Advance to page 4.
      • (John Rutledge) South Carolina’s Supreme Court Nominee Rejected by David Paul Reuwer. Advance to page 16.
      • The Carolina Corsair Commodore Alexander Gillon by John Jones. Advance to page 18.
    • Vol.2 No.9. September 2005, 37p., 3.8mb.
      • “An Ill-timed and Premature Insurrection” The First Siege at Augusta, Georgia September 14 - 18, 1780 by Steven J. Rauch. Page 1.
      • Revolutionary War Remnants Unearthed in Downtown Savannah Advance to page 26.
      • Corps of Exploration. Site visits: Rugely's, Musgrove's, Blackstock's, Brandon's, Hammond's, Hayes', 96, Gowen's, Earle's, Ft. Prince, Cedar Spring, Wofford's. By Charles B. Baxley. Advance to page 29.
      • 18th Century Medical Treatment for a Scalped Head © Hugh T. Harrington and Lisa A. Ennis. Advance to page 35.
    • Vol.2 No.10. October 2005, 37p., 1.7mb
      • Werner Willis painting: Into the Hornet's Nest, NC Patriot militia Col. William Richardson Davie organizing the defenses at Charlotte Town Courthouse on September 26, 1780.. Page 1.
      • Charlotte Town, North Carolina North Carolina Campaign of 1780 26 September 1780 by Patrick O'Kelley. Page 1.
      • More on Commodore Alexander Gillon by John Jones. Advance to page 5.
      • The Battles Of Stallions’ Plantation And Bigger’S Ferry . By Michael C. Scoggins. Advance to page 10.
      • Southern Campaigns against the Cherokees A Brief Compilation, by Jeff Dennis. Advance to page 17.
      • “Arthur Fairies’ Journal of Expedition Against the Cherokee Indians from July 18th, to October 11th, 1776” Transcribed and Annotated by Will Graves. Advance to page 20.
      • Fragment of a Daily Journal Kept by an Unidentified Officer Relating to the Cherokee Expedition of 1776 Transcribed and Annotated by Will Graves. Advance to page 34.
    • Vol.2 No.11. November 2005, 47p., 2.9mb.
      • William T. Ranney’s Masterpiece: Marion Crossing the Peedee by Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite. Page 1.
      • Battle of the Great Cane Brake, or All-American Skirmish on the Reedy by John B. McLeod. Advance to page 13.
      • Interview with Primitive Expert "Hawkeye". By M.C. "Mickey" Beckham. Advance to page 17.
      • Pension Application of Samuel Otterson , Transcribed & Annotated by Will Graves. Advance to page 26.
      • What Did Joseph McJunkin Really Saye? by Will Graves. Advance to page 29.
      • McJunkin's Pension Application Transcribed and Annotated by Will Graves. Advance to page 30.
      • McJunkin's Statement: Draper MSS, Sumter Papers 23VV203-212 Advance to page 34.
      • McJunkin's Narrative: Draper MSS, Sumter Papers 23VV153-203 Advance to page 37.
    • Vol.2 No.12. December 2005, 26p., 4.7mb.
      • Werner Willis painting: Change of Command, ceremony held at the Mecklenburg Courthouse in Charlotte, NC on December 2, 1780.. Page 1.
      • Fraunce's Tavern Roadtrip by Charles B. Baxley. Advance to page 3.
      • Burr’s Mill Found? by John A. Robertson. Benson's(?) map of 1786(?). Discussion follows. Advance to page 8.
      • Spartanburg County Historic Map Featuring Revolutionary Sites Now For Sale. By Susan Turpin. Advance to page 11.
      • George William Carlyle and The Battle of Eutaw Springs , by Mark Hill. Advance to page 12.
      • “...The better order of men...” Hammond’s Store and Fort Williams By Lee F. McGee. Advance to page 14.
      • Werner Willis painting: Lt.Col. William Washington. Advance to page 15.
      • New Fully Searchable CD Version of Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution Available Advance to page 22.
    • Vol.3 No.1. January 2006, 37p., 2.5mb.
      • Hobkirk Hill Archaeology. Page 1.
      • Blackstocks 225th by Ron Crawley. Advance to page 8.
      • Lt. John Money by Charles Baxley. Advance to page 9.
      • Lt.Col. James McCall by Sam Fore. Advance to page 11.
      • Arnold's 1781 Raid of Richmond by Mike Cecere. Advance to page 14.
      • Battle of Green Spring Preservation Update by Todd Post. Advance to page 16.
      • Creek Warrior Emistesego by Robert Scott Davis. Advance to page 24.
      • Emisteseguo and Creek Diplomacy by Jeff Dennis. Advance to page 24.
      • Battle of Musgrove's Mill by Will Graves. Maps by John Robertson. Advance to page 28.
      • 1854 Letter to Draper from son of Samuel Hammond
    • Vol.3 No.2. February 2006, 54p., 4.5mb.
      • Gen. Wm. Lee Davidson. Advance to page 2.
      • Battle at Cowan's Ford. Advance to page 3.
      • Fishdam Ford Battlefield Update. Advance to page 6.
      • Francis Marion Trail Commission. Advance to page 7.
      • Col. John Thomas, Sr.'s Rifle. Advance to page 12.
      • Spring Hill Redoubt Re-construction Update. Advance to page 14.
      • Cowpens 225th Re-enactment by Robertson/O'Kelley/Callaham/Murphy/Friar. Advance to page 15.
      • The Cavalry at Cowpens by Daniel Murphy. Advance to page 23.
      • Commemorative March from Grindal Shoals to Cowpens. Maps by JR. Advance to page 29.
      • The Battle at Kettle Creek by Robert S. Davis. Maps by Steven Rauch. Advance to page 30.
      • Lt.Col. Archibald Campbell, writings. Advance to page 40.
      • Pickens Account of Kettle Creek. Advance to page 42.
      • Carr's Fort Battle Site by Robert S. Davis. Advance to page 44.
      • Pictures: SCAR Open Meeting, Rock Hill. Advance to page 46.
      • Loyalist Col. Robert Gray's Observations on the War in Carolina, annotated by Wm. Thomas Sherman. Adv. to page 47.
      • Gen. Nathanael Greene Symposium, 21-23 April '06, registration form. Advance to page 54 (last page >|).
    • Vol.3 No.3. March 2006, 43p., 3.1mb.
      • Eutaw Springs Map by Reuwer/Robertson/Baxley.
      • Online Library of Southern Campaign. Advance to page 2.
      • Cowpens Restoration Plan. Palmetto Conservation Foundation. Advance to page 4.
      • Nathanael Greene Symposium by Joanna Craig. Advance to page 5.
      • "General Nathanael Greene". Werner Willis painting. Advance to page 5.
      • Bobby Moss, Time Spent With. By Mickey Beckham. Advance to page 6.
      • Wes Hope book review. By Ron Crawley. Advance to page 14.
      • Kettle Creek Celebrations by Robert Galer. Advance to page 13.
      • Wm. Washington's Cavalry at Eutaw Springs by Lee McGee. Maps by JR. Advance to page 15.
      • Prelude to Guilford Courthouse. By Robert Dunkerly. Advance to page 29.
    • Vol.3 No.4. April 2006, 42p., 5.7mb.
      • Corps of Discovery, Lincoln County NC with Darrel Harkey. Advance to page 4.
      • Corps of Discovery, Eastern NC with Patrick O'Kelley. Advance to page 6.
      • Greene’s Cavalry at Hobkirk’s Hill by Lee F. McGee. Advance to page 13.
      • William Washington Cavalryman in the Southern Campaigns by Scott Withrow. Advance to page 21.
      • Gen. "Mad" Anthony Wayne’s 1782 Savannah Campaign by Hugh T. Harrington. Advance to page 32.
      • The Battle of Osbornes on the James River by Stephen F. Darley. Advance to page 37.
    • Vol.3 No.5. May 2006, 34p., 1.9mb.
      • Searchable Online Pension File Library. Will Graves. Advance to page 4.
      • Roundball Ballistics in the Revolutionary War; What Caused Rifle Shots to Go Over the Heads of the Enemy. Hugh T. Harrington. Advance to page 12.
      • Musket Accuracy. Patrick O'Kelley. Advance to page 13.
      • Estimated Population Of The Colonies In The Revolutionary Period. Stella H. Sutherland. Advance to page 14.
      • Locating Revolutionary War Significant Sites. John Robertson. Advance to page 15.
      • Prelude to Augusta: The Capture of Fort Galphin 21 May 1781. Steven J. Rauch. Advance to page 22.
      • Biography: Col. Abel Kolb - SC Patriot Militia. John L. Frierson. Advance to page 27.
      • Biography: Colonel John Dooly: Georgia Martyr of the Revolution. Robert S. Davis. Advance to page 30.
      • Biography: Colonel John Hamilton of the Royal North Carolina Regiment. Robert S. Davis. Advance to page 32.
    • Vol.3 No.6-8. Jun-Jul-Aug 2006, 56p., 3.5mb.
      • Revolutionary War Flags Fetch More Than $17,000,000. Scott A. Miskimon. Advance to page 3.
      • 225th Anniversary of the Liberation of Augusta. Tom Sutherland. Advance to page 13.
      • Southern Revolutionary War Institute. Advance to page 18.
      • Ninety Six 225th Commemoration: The Struggle for the Star Fort. Robert M. “Bert” Dunkerly. Advance to page 20.
      • Hopsewee: Fit for an Earl, Close to the Land. Seabrook Wilkinson. Advance to page 25.
      • Native Americans and the Southern Revolution – Part I. Jeff W. Dennis. Advance to page 27.
      • The Second Siege at Augusta, Georgia (The Battles of Forts Grierson and Cornwallis) 22 May – 5 June 1781.. Steven J. Rauch. Advance to page 32.
    • Vol.3 No.9. Sep 2006, 41p., 3mb.
      • Eutaw Springs Conference & Tour schedule. Advance to page 2.
      • 225th Anniv. Battle of House in the Horseshoe. Advance to page 5.
      • Earle's Ford Affair, by John Allison. Advance to page 12.
      • Col. Thos. Waters, Georgia Loyalist, by Robert S. Davis. Advance to page 20.
      • NC Continental Line at Eutaw Springs, by Joshua B. Howard. Advance to page 22.
      • Battle of Eutaw Springs, by James Piecuch. Advance to page 25.
      • Meredith Taylor Pension Application, trans. and annotated by Will Graves. Advance to page 40.
    • Vol.3 No.10-11. Oct-Nov 2006, 36p., 2.7mb.
      • SCAR Lifetime Achievement Awards. Page 1.
      • October Southern Campaign Roundtable, Savannah. Advance to page 3.
      • Caribbean/Global/Graves RW Gazetteers Launched by John Robertson. Advance to page 8.
      • Eutaw Springs 225th, Advance to page 19.
      • Yorktown Report, by David McKissack. Advance to page 20.
      • Battle of Briar Creek, by Robert S. Davis. Advance to page 26.
      • Biographies: Ashe, Prevosts, Elbert, by Robert S. Davis. Advance to page 28.
      • James Fergus' Application, trans. and annotated by Will Graves. Advance to page 31.
    • Vol.3 No.12. Dec 2006, 40p., 2.1mb.
      • Forthcoming Book: Marion Orderly Book, ann. by O'Kelley. Page 4.
      • Kings Mountain Guided Tour. Advance to page 9.
      • Battle of Burke County Jail by Robert Scott Davis. Advance to page 15.
      • Gen. John Twiggs of GA, Advance to page 16.
      • Lt.Col. James McCall, by Daniel Murphy and Ron Crawley. Advance to page 19.
      • Journal of Brigade Major F. Skelly, ann. by John A. Robertson, with map. Advance to page 24.
      • History of the 3rd SC Regiment, by Michael C. Scoggins. Advance to page 28.
      • Pension Application of Marshall Franks, trans. and annotated by Will Graves. Advance to page 37.
    • Vol.4 No.1-3. Jan - Mar 2007, 67p., 4.8mb.
      • Revolutionary War Cavalry Conference. Advance to page 5.
      • Lt. Col. Benjamin Thompson [Count Rumford] by John Milton Hutchins. Advance to page 5.
      • SCAR The American Revolution in the Caribbean Symposium -2008. Advance to page 9.
      • Pendleton SC Roundtable and Sites Visit, Advance to page 12.
      • Gen. Andrew Pickens. Advance to page 18.
      • Tour of Lexington Co. SC Sites. Advance to page 20.
      • Global Gazetteer of the Rev War Launched. Advance to page 23.
      • SCIAA Follows Lt. Anthony Allaire. By Steven D. Smith. Advance to page 25.
      • John Adam Treutlen: Georgia’s First Constitutional Governor. By Edna Q. Morgan. Advance to page 28.
      • Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton British Legion, 1782. By Gregory J. W. Urwin. Advance to page 36.
      • Elijah Clarke: Georgia’s Partisan Titan. By Robert Scott Davis. Advance to page 38.
      • Great Bridge. By David K. Wilson. Advance to page 41.
      • Casimir Pulaski, Polish Patriot of The United States of America. By John Milton Hutchins. Advance to page 56.
      • The Botetourt Riflemen of 1781. By C. Leon Harris. Advance to page 60.
      • Pension Application of Manual (Manuel) McConnell: S2773. Transcribed and annotated by Will Graves. Advance to page 63.
    • Vol.4 No.4-6. Apr -Jun 2007, 64p., 6.0mb.
      • Marsh Tacky Horse by Jeannette Beranger. Advance to page 9.
      • Shubrick's Plantation Roundtable by John Milton Hutchins. Advance to page 10.
      • CD: 35 volumes of RevWar History. Advance to page 12.
      • Archaeology Tour of Dunham's Bluff, Advance to page 13.
      • James Estes Collection. Advance to page 14.
      • Morgan Papers & Leslie Letterbook by David K. Wilson. Advance to page 18.
      • Camden Site Forest Restoration. Advance to page 27.
      • Dan Crossing Anniversary Observance. By Bob Yankle. Advance to page 28.
      • Greene Gravesite Observance. By Richard Sheryka. Advance to page 35.
      • Colonel Thomas Posey. By David McKissack. Advance to page 40.
      • John Watson Tadwell Watson. By Walter T. Dornfest. Advance to page 47.
      • Narrative of John Watson Tadwell Watson. Transcribed by Donald J. Gara. Advance to page 55.
      • John Watson Tadwell Watson (1748 - 1826). By Marg Baskin. Advance to page 61.
    • Vol.4 No.7-9. July-Sep 2007, 41p., 2.7mb.
      • "Under the Crown" Living History Event by Ben Rubin. Advance to page 19.
      • Native Americans and the Southern Revolution, Part II by Jeff W. Dennis. Advance to page 21.
      • Insubordination of Captain Polk's Rangers During the Summer of 1775 by Toby Turner. Advance to page 28.
      • The Charleston Library Society by Ben Rubin, Advance to page 33.
      • Subjects of the Crown "The Queen's own Loyal Virginia Regiment and Lord Dunmore's Ethiopian Regiment, 1775-1776 by Donald J. Gara. Advance to page 34.
    • Vol.4 No.10-12. Never issued.
    • Vol.5 No.1. Jan-Mar 2008, 61p., 5mb.
      • Light Horse Harry Lee painting by T. Kelly Pauley. Page 1.
      • Granby Roundtable by Ben Rubin. Advance to page 5.
      • Thomson and Gillon's graves. Advance to page 6.
      • Southern Revolutionary War Institute by Ben Rubin, Advance to page 13.
      • Teachers Learn to Teach the Southern Campaigns by Ben Rubin. Advance to page 15.
      • Fifth Annual Francis Marion Symposium by Christine Swager. Advance to page 19.
      • Georgia plans 13th Colony Trail. Advance to page 20.
      • Cherokee Ford Fight and the Battle of Vann's Creek, Georgia by Robert S. Davis. Advance to page 21.
      • British Evacuation of Charleston 14 December 1782 by William Moultrie. Advance to page 25.
      • Rev War Calvalry Conference at Wofford. Advance to page 27.
      • Lee's Legion Remembered...from Garden's Anecdotes ed. by William Thomas Sherman. Advance to page 32.
      • Field Location of "Lost" Revolutionary Sites: A Primer by John C. Parker, Jr.. Advance to page 51.
      • Rebuttal: The Patriot View of the Cherokee Indian Campaign of 1776 by Patrick J. O'Kelley. Advance to page 56.
    • Vol.5 No.2. Apr-Dec 2008, 55p., 4.3mb.
      • Nathanael Greene Ordering the Cannon off Hobkirk Hill Battlefield painting by Pamela Patrick White. Page 1.
      • Hopsewee Roundtable. Advance to page 5.
      • Fairfield Roundtable. Advance to page 6.
      • Charlotte Roundtable., Advance to page 7.
      • Nathanael Greene Statue Dedicated. Advance to page 20.
      • DE Rev. War Monument Dedicated... by Richard B. Carter. Advance to page 21.
      • Camden Battlefield Preservation Update. Advance to page 23.
      • Redcoats: British in SC Backcountry 1780-1781. Spartanburg symposium. Advance to page 27.
      • In Defense of Gen. Thomas Sumter by Thomas L. Powers. Advance to page 31.
      • Cavalry Actions at the Battle of Hobkirk's Hill - Remounted, by Lee F. McGee. Advance to page 36.
      • Samuel Mathis' Account of the Battle of Hobkirk's Hill transcribed by Sam Fore, annotated by Charles B. Baxley. Advance to page 38.
      • Religion and the Amer. Revolution in SC 1774-1783 by Daniel J. Tortora. Advance to page 431.
    • Vol.7 Special Edition. "Off the Beaten Path at Ninety Six" Corps of Discovery, 19 Mar 2011, 12p., 939kb.
      • Orders of Battle, First & Second Battles, 1760. Advance to page 2.
      • Order of Battle, Battle of Fort Williamson, November 18-21, 1775. Advance to page 3.
      • Order of Battle, Greene’s Siege of Ninety Six, May 22, 1781 – June 19, 1781. Advance to page 4.
      • Timeline of Events at Ninety Six. 1715-2006. Advance to page 5.
      • For Further Reading. Advance to page 8.
      • "Map of Attack on Star Fort Redoubt" from Greene, Ninety Six, an Historical Narrative, p.289. Advance to page 9.
      • "Historical Base Map" from Greene, Ninety Six, an Historical Narrative. Advance to page 10.
      • "Sketch of Plans for Renovations to Fort Ninety Six", Papers of James Grant of Ballindalloch, 1740-1819. Advance to page 11.
      • "National Park Service Horse Map", annotated by Charles Baxley. Advance to page 12.
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