Voices of the American Revolution in the Carolinas / edited by Ed Southern.
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- ISBN: 9780895873583 (alk. paper)
- ISBN: 0895873583 (alk. paper)
- Physical Description: xxiii, 252 p. ; 19 cm.
- Publisher: Winston-Salem, N.C. : John F. Blair, Publisher, c2009.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (p. 250-252).
|Formatted Contents Note:|| "Times began to be troublesome," 1775-1776. The Meck Dec : from the Southern literary messenger ; Persuading the back country / by William Henry Drayton and William Tennent ; The making of a Tory partisan : from The narrative of Colonel David Fanning ; Account of the attack on Fort Moultrie : from the South Carolina and American general gazette of August 2, 1776 -- Cornwallis comes to Carolina, January-August 1780. The siege of Charleston : from Memoirs of the American Revolution / by William Moultrie ; Buford's quarter : from A history of the campaigns of 1780 and 1781 in the southern provinces of North America / by Banastre Tarleton ; Moffitt's minute men : from Autobiography of a Revolutionary soldier / by James Collins ; The Battle of Ramsour's Mill : from The Revolutionary War sketches of William R. Davie ; The Battle at Stallions : from The memoir of Major Thomas Young ; Huck's defeat : from Colonel William Hill's memoirs of the Revolution ; The gamecock : from Colonel William Hill's memoirs of the Revolution ; A narrative of the Battle of Camden : from A narrative of the campaign of 1780 / by Otho Holland Williams -- The partisans rise, September-October 1780. The swamp fox : from The life of General Francis Marion / by Peter Horry and M.L. Weems ; The hornet's nest : from The Revolutionary War sketches of William R. Davie and from A history of the campaigns of 1780 and 1781 in the southern provinces of North America by Banastre Tarleton ; Aunt Susie and Andy Jackson / by John R. Gibbon, in a letter to the National intelligencer, August 29, 1845 ; Fanning's "rules and regulations" : from The narrative of Colonel David Fanning -- "Lay waste with fire and sword," October 1780-January 1781. Kings Mountain : from a pamphlet by Isaac Shelby, from Autobiography of a Revolutionary soldier by James Collins, and from The memoir of Major Thomas Young ; The Battle of the Cowpens : from General Daniel Morgan's report to Nathanael Greene and from The memoir of Major
Thomas Young -- "Then he is ours," February-March 1781. The Battle of Cowan's Ford : from Narrative of the Battle of Cowan's Ford / by Robert Henry ; The race to the Dan : from Memoirs of the war in the southern department of the United States / by Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee ; The Battle of Guilford Courthouse : from Memoirs of the war in the southern department of the United States / by Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee -- Endgame, September 1781-December 1782. The Battle of Eutaw Springs / by Nathanael Greene, in a letter to Congress ; A loyalist seeks refuge : from The narrative of Colonel David Fanning.