Passel of Trouble Bibliography

Angier, Bradford   Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants.”   Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books1974 


Angier, Bradford   “Field Guide to Medicinal Wild Plants.”  Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1978 


Babits, Lawrence & Howard, Joshua  Long, Obstinate, and Bloody  The Battle of Guilford Court House. Chapel Hill, NC:  The University of North Carolina Press, 2009 


Bacon, Margaret Hope “The Quiet Rebels: The Story of the Quakers in America.” Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1999    


Barefoot, Daniel W.  Touring North Carolina’s Revolutionary War Sites.”  Winston-Salem, NC: John F. Blair Publisher, 1998 


Bass, Robert D.  “Ninety Six – The Struggle for the South Carolina Back Country. Lexington, S.C:  The Sandlapper Store, 1978 


Bass, Robert D.   Gamecock –The Life and Campaigns of General Thomas Sumter.”  New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1961 

BodieIdella  The Wizard Owl.”  Orangeburg, SC: Sandlapper Publishing Company, 2003 (Second printing- 2007) 


Boyster, Charles Light-Horse Harry Lee and the Legacy of the American Revolution.”  Baton Rouge, La:  Louisiana State University Press, 1981 


Buchanan, John  “Road to Guilford Courthouse - The American Revolution in the Carolinas."   New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, 1997 


Calloway, Colin G.   The American Revolution in Indian Country.”  New York, NY:  Cambridge University Press, 1995 


Cann, Marvin L.  Old Ninety Six In The Revolution, 1730-1781.”  Ninety Six, SC: Star Fort Historical Commission, 1969    (unpublished) 


Cartland, Rene  "American Loyalist Troops 1775-84.”  Essex, UK: Osprey Publishing Limited,  2008 


Caruthers, E.W.  “Revolutionary Incidents: And Sketches Of Character, Chiefly In The Old North State.” Philadelphia, Pa: Hayes & Zell, 1854,.  reprint 2010 


Clark, Murtie ClarkLoyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War.”  Baltimore, Md: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc, 1981Reprinted 2003 


Clover, J.P.  Col. British Army “The British Southern Campaign In The Revolutionary War: Implications For Contemporary Counter Insurgency.”  Paper   Carlisle, Pa: U S Army War CollegeCarlisle Barracks,  2006 


Colton, H.E.  Towns of the Revolution – Hillsboro, N.C.” Richmond, Va an article from Southern Literary Messenger, September 1856 


Crow, Jeffrey   “A Chronicle of North Carolina during the American Revolution 1768-1789.  Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Division of Archives and History, 1975, 2nd printing 1997 


Davidson, Chambers  “Piedmont Partisan   The Life and Times of Brigadier General William Lee Davidson.”  Davidson, NC:  Davidson College, 1951; reprint 2011 


Davis, Robert Scott  “Loyalist Trials at Ninety Six in 1779.”  article,  Columbia, SC: South Carolina Historical Magazine,  April 1979  


Dean, Nadia  “A Demand of Blood – The Cherokee War of 1776.” Cherokee, NC: Valley River Press, 2012 


Draper, Lyman C   “King's Mountain and its Heroes:  History of the Battle of King's Mountain, October 7th, 1780 and the Events Which Led to it.  Cincinnati, OH:  Thompson, 1881.  (reprint) 


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 Referring To The States Of North Carolina And Georgia. Charleston, SC: A.E. Miller, 1821 (reprint) 


Dunaway, Stewart   “The Battle at Lindley’s Mill.”   Raleigh, NC:  Lulu2002, 2nd Printing 


Dunaway, Stewart  “Civil War in the American Revolution.   Raleigh, NC: Lulu. 2010 


Dunaway, Stewart   The Complete History of Thomas Burke.”    Raleigh, NC:  author published, 20092nd printing    


Dunaway, Stewart & Bright, Jeffery  “The American Revolution in North Carolina   An Exhaustive Reference of the Piedmont.  Hillsboro, NC:  author-published,  2013 


Dunaway, Stewart & Bright, Jeffrey  Pyle’s Defeat  The Most Comprehensive Guide.  Raleigh, NC: Lulu2011 


Dunaway, Stewart & Bright, Jeffrey  “The Battle of Clapp’s Mill.   Raleigh, NC: Lulu,  20112nd printing   


Dunkerly, Robert & Williams, Eric  “Old Ninety Six – A History & Guide.”  Charleston, SC: The History Press2006 


Edgar, Walter  Partisans & Redcoats  The Southern Conflict That Turned the Tide of the American Revolution.” New York, NY: Harper Collilins Publishers, Inc,  2001 


Emmerich, A.  “The Partisan In War, Of The Use Of Corps Of Light Troops To An Army.

             Piccadilly, Great Britain:  H. Reynell, 1789 (Electronically published on the internet: 


Fanning, David & introduction by Butler, Lindley S.  The Narrative of Colonel David Fanning.” Davidson, NC: Briarpatch Press,  1981 


Fanning, David, & Introduction by Savary, A.W.  "A Tory in the Revolutionary War with Great Britain Giving an Account of His Adventures in North Carolina”     Toronto, Ontario, Canada: The Canadian Magazine, 1908,  Digitized 2007 by Microsoft and Cornell University  


Fanning, David, & Introduction by Wynne, Thomas Hicks  The Narrative of Colonel David Fanning, A Tory in the Revolutionary War with Great Britain Giving an Account of His Adventures in North Carolina.” Richmond, Va: 1861 Reprinted 2010 by Kessinger Publishing’s Rare Reprints 


Franklin, W. Neil  "Agriculture in Colonial North Carolina."  Raleigh, NC: article North Carolina Historical ReviewVol III, October 1926 


Gibbes, Robert W.  Documentary History of the American Revolution: Consisting of letters and papers relating to the contest for Liberty, chiefly in South Carolina.” 3 Vols   New York, NY:   D. Appleton & Co, 1855  (from an electronic copy produced by University of California Digital Archives.) 

White, Steven Jay,   "North Carolina Quakers in the Era of the American Revolution. " unpublished Master 's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 1981.

Gilgun, Beth    “Tidings From The 18th Century.”  Texarkana, Ar: Scurlock Publishing, 1993


Gilmore, James R.   “Rear Guard of the Revolution.”  New York, NY:  Appleton, 1886. 


Golway, Terry  “Washington’s General – Nathanael Greene and the Triumph of the American Revolution.”   New York, NY: Henry Holt and Company, 2006


Gordon, John W.   “South Carolina and the American Revolution.”   Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2003


Graves, William T   “Battle of Musgrove  Mill, August  1780.”  Camden, SC: article in  Southern Campaign of the American Revolution newsletter, Vol 3,No1,  January 2006  


Graves, William T  “Backcountry Revolutionary.” Lugoff, SC:   article -- Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, 2012


Gunn, John G.  “Gunn’s Domestic Medicine or Poor Man’s Friend” Knoxville, Tenn, 1830;  (reprint University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tnn 1986 with introduction by Charles E. Rosenberg


Hairr, John  “Guilford Courthouse.”  Cambridge, MA: DeCapo Press, 2002


Hairr, John    "Colonel David Fanning The Adventures of a Carolina Loyalist.” Erwin, NC: Acerasboro Press, 2000


Haller, Stephen E  “William Washington – Cavalryman of the Revolution.”  Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc, 2001


Harrell, Isaac B.  “North Carolina Loyalists.” Raleigh, NC: Article North Carolina Historical Review, Vol III, Oct 1926  


Hartley, Cecil  “Heroes and Patriots of the South.” Philadelphia, PA: G.G. Evans,  1860  (reprint)


Hoffman, Ronald, Ed  “An Uncivil War.” Charlottesville, VA: The University Press of Virginia,  1985


Hogg, Ian & Batchelor, John  “Armies of the American Revolution.” Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1975


Hope, Wes   “The Spartanburg Area In the American Revolution.” Spartanburg, SC: Altman Printing Company, 2003


Holschiag, Stephanie;  Rodeffer, Michael; Cann, Marvin  “Ninety Six: The Jai.l”  Archeological Study by  the Star Fort Historical Commission, Ninety Six,  SC  1978


James, William Dobein  A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion"  Charleston, SC: Gould and Riley, 1821, PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK, 2007


Johnson, Joseph  “Traditions and Remininsces  Chiefly of the American Revolution in the  South.”  Charleston, SC: Walker and James, 1851


Jones, Lewis Pinckney  “The South Carolina Civil War of 1775.”  South Carolina History Illustrated  Sandlapper, Lexington, SC  1975


Karapalides, Harry  “Dates of the American Revolution.”  Shippensburg, PA:  Burb Street Press, 1998


Lambert, Robert Stansbury  “South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution.”  (second edition)  Clemson, SC: Clemson University Digital Press,   2010


Landrum, John Belton O’Neil   “Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina.”  Spartanburg, SC:  Reprint publishing  2010  (reprint of 1923 edition)


Lee, Robert E. (editor)  “The Revolutionary War Memoirs of General Henry Lee.”  Originally published in 1812,  (Reprint edition with new introduction by Charles Royster, New York, NY: De Capo Press,  1998)


Lee, Wayne E.  “Crowds and Soldiers in Revolutionary North Carolina.” Gainsville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2001


Lewis, J. D.  “NC Patriots 1775-1783: Their Own Words.” Vol 1 and II   Little River, SC:  published by author 2012


Lumpkin, Henry  “From Savannah to Yorktown.”  Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1981


Meyer, Duane  “The Highland Scots of North Carolina  1732-1776.” Chapel Hill, NC:  University of North Carolina Press, 1961


Moss, Bobby G.  “The Loyalists In The Siege of Fort Ninety Six.”  Blacksburg, SC: Scotia-Hiberia Press,  1999


Moss, Bobby G.   “Journal of Capt. Alexander Chesney”   Blacksburg, SC:  Scotia-Hibernia Press,  2002


Moss, Bobby G.   “Uzal Johnson, Loyalist Surgeon.” Blacksburg, SC:  Scotia-Hibernia Press,  2000


Moss, Bobby G.  “The Snow Campaign, 1775.” Blacksburg, SC:  Scotia-Hernia Press,  2007


Moultrie, William  “Memoirs o the American Revolution.” New York, NY: David Longworth, 1802 ; (Reprint Arno Press, 1968)


Nash, Francis  “Hillsboro, Colonial and Revolutionary”  Raleigh, NC: Edwards & Broughton Press, 1908 (reprint University of Michigan Library)


Newsome, A.B  “A British Orderly Book , 1780-1781.”  Raleigh, NC: article in North Carolina Historical Review, Vol IX, October 1932 


O’Kelly, Patrick  .“Nothing but Blood and Slaughter, Vol One 1771-1779.”  , 2004


O’Kelly, Patrick  .“Nothing but Blood and Slaughter, Vol Three -1781.”  , 2004


O’Kelly, Patrick.   “Nothing but Blood and Slaughter, Vol Two 1780.”  Blue House Tavern Press, 2004


O’Kelly, Patrick.   “Nothing but Blood and Slaughter, Vol Four 1782.”  Blue House Tavern Press, 2005


Pancake, John S.    “This Destructive War: The British Campaign in the Carolinas, 1780-1782.”  Tuscaloosa, AL:  University of Alabama Press, 2003


Parker, Hershel  “Absolving David Fanning—from Dreck to Rumph.”  Journal of the American Revolution,  internet:    November 24, 2015  


Parker, Hershel  “Fanning’s Bloody Sabbath as Traced by Alexander Gray.”  Journal of the American Revolution,   May 4, 2015


Parker, Hershel  “Fanning Outfoxes Marion.” Journal of the American Revolution   October 8, 2014


Parker, Hershel  “The Memorial of David Fanning.”  article Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, Vol 10, No 41,  August 2015


Parker, John C. Jr.   “Parker’s Guide to the Revolutionary War in South Carolina.” Patrick, SC: HemBranch Publishing Co,  2009


Pearfon, Michael  “Those Damned Rebels” New York, NY: Da Capo Press, 2000


Randolph County Historical Society  “Randolph County, 1779-1979.”  Winston-Salem, NC: Hunter Publishing Company,  1979


Rankin, Hugh F.  “Greene and Cornwallis: The campaign in the Carolinas.” Raleigh, NC:   North Carolina Division of Archives and History 1976, 2nd printing 2003


Rankin, Hugh F.  “The North Carolina Continentals.”  Chapel Hill, NC:   The University of North Carolina Press   1971, 2nd printing with new Forward 2005


Rankin, Hugh F.  “North Carolina in the American Revolution.”  Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources,  1959, 7th Printing 2001


Reynolds, William R., Jr  “Andrew Pickens – South Carolina Patriot in the Revolutionary War.”  Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company,  2012


Rodenbough, Charles D.  “Governor Alexander Martin.”  Jefferson, NC:  McFarland and Company , 2004


Royster, Charles  “Light-Horse Harry Lee.”  Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press,  1994


Russell, David L.   “The American Revolution in the Southern Colonies.”  Jefferson, NC:  McFarland, 2000. 


Sabine, Lorenzo  “Loyalists of the American Revolution.” Vols I & II,  Boston, MA:  Little, Brown and Company, 1864


Salley,Jr,  A.S.   “History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina.”  Orangeburg, SC:  R. Lewis Berry Printer,. 1898


Schenck, David  “North Carolina 1780-1781.” Westminster, MD:  Heritage Books, 1889, reprint 2007


Sherman, William Thomas   "Calendar and Record of the Revolutionary War in the South: 1780-1781." 8th edition Seattle, WA: Gun Jones Publishing,  2010


Southern, Ed   “Voices of the American Revolution in the Carolinas.”  Winston-Salem, NC:  John Blair Publisher, 2009


Stokes, G.G.   “A Lesser Form of Patriotism.”   Chattahoochee Publishing, 2008


Swager, Christine R.   “Musgrove Mill Historic Site.” West Conshohocken, PA:  Infinity Publishing,   2013


Swisher, James K.    “The Revolutionary War in the Southern Back Country.”   Gretna, LA:  Pelican Publishing Co Inc,  2007


Tarleton, Banastre.    “A History of the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781, in the Southern Provinces of North America..  London, UK:  Cadell, 1787.   (reprint) 


Troxler, Carole Watterson   “The Loyalist Experience in North Carolina."    Raleigh, NC:    North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources,.   1976,


Troxler, Carole Watterson   “Pyle’s Defeat: Deception at the Racepath.”   Graham,  NC:  Alamance County Historical Association, 2003


Urban, Mark  “Fusiliers  The Saga of a British Redcoat Regiment in the American Revolution.”  New York, NY:  Walker & Company, 2007


Villers, Marq de and Hirtle, Shelia   “Blood Traitors.” Toronto, ON: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd. 1996


Watterson, John Sayle   “Thomas Burke: Restless Revolutionary”  Washington, DC:  University Press of America,   1980 


Wigginton, Eliot  Ed   " Foxfire 5"; New York, NY:  Anchor Books  1975


Wilbur, C. Keith MD   “Revolutionary Medicine 1700-1800.” Guilford, CT:  second edition 1997


Wheeler, John    “Historical Sketches of North Carolina from 1584 to 1851.”  Philadelphia,PA: Lippincott, Grambo and Co. and Raleigh, NC: William L. Pomery  1851


White, Steven Jay,   "North Carolina Quakers in the Era of the American Revolution. " unpublished Master 's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 1981.









Lewis, JD    an in-depth compendium of data about battles and personalities in North and South Carolina during the American Revolution  


Robertson, John    Online Library of the American Revolutionary War


Whatley, MacKay   


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