Global Gazetteer of the American Revolution Robertson, John, "The historic significance of Grindal Shoals, Pacolet River, Cherokee/UnionCounties, South Carolina".
Robertson, John, et al, Global Gazetteer of the American Revolution, "Where (Almost) Everything Happened in the War of American Independence, Worldwide".
If, critics ask, some mystical forest influence was responsiblefor such practices as manhood suffrage, increased authority for legislaturesat the expense of executives, equitable legislative representation, andwomen's political rights, why did they not evolve in frontier areas, outsidethe United States-in Russia, Latin America, and Canada, for example-exactlyas they did here?
The lack of any nationalor external controls made self-rule a hard necessity, and the frontiersmen,with their experience in community cooperation at cabin-raisings, logrollings,corn-huskings, and road or school building, accepted simple democraticpractices as natural and inevitable.
Each new territory that was organized-there were 31in all-required a frameof government; this was drafted by relatively poor recent arrivals or bya minority of tipper-class leaders, all of whom were committed to democraticideals through their frontier community experiences.
American Memory, Library of Congress. Crowder, Norman K.,"Loyalists and the British Connection", Spring 1995, Anglo-Celtic Roots, British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.
LC Call No.: E267.C95 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.
[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.
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.
Control No.: 9130543 Cooper, James Fenimore, (1789-1851) History of the Navy of the United States of America Continued to 1853 (with posthumous additions).
Daughters of the American Revolution, Forgotten Patriots Project Forgotten Patriots - African American and American Indian Patriots of the Revolutionary War: A Guide to Service, Sources, and Studies.
[fromold catalog]Title: Muster rolls and other records of service of Maryland troops in the American revolution, 1775-1783;Published: Baltimore, Maryland historical society, 1900.
Davis, Robert S., "Lessons from Kettle Creek: Patriotism and Loyalism at Askance on the Southern Frontier"Davis, Sallie Joyner, "North Carolina's Part in the Revolution", The South Atlantic Quarterly, Duke University Press.
corner for downloads. Christian, Bernard, ed., Muster Rolls andOther Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the AmericanRevolutionLibrary of Congress record: Author: Maryland historical society.