Ninety Six National Historic Site

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Ninety Six National Historic Site

Ninety Six National Historic Site
1103 Hwy 248

PO Box 418

Ninety Six, SC 29666
864-543-4068 phone

864-543-2058 fax

National Park Service

U.S. Department of the Interior

Ninety Six & the Revolutionary War:

Agniel, Lucien. The Late Affair Has Almost Broken My Heart: The American

Revolution in the South, 1780-81. Riverside, Conn.: Chatham Press, 1972.
Allaire, Lt Anthony. Diary of 1780-.
Bass, Robert D. Ninety Six: The Struggle for the South Carolina Backcountry.

Lexington, SC: Sandlapper Store, 1978.

____________. Gamecock: The Life and Campaigns of General Thomas Sumter.

Orangeburg, South Carolina: Sandlapper Publishing Co. Inc., 1961.

___________. Swamp Fox: The Life and Campaigns of General Francis Marion.

Orangeburg, South Carolina: Sandlapper Publishing Co. Inc., 1959.

Buchanan, John. The Road to Guilford Courthouse: The American Revolution in the

Carolinas. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1997.
Cann, Marvin L. “Prelude to War: The First Battle of Ninety Six, November 19-21,

1775.” South Carolina Historical Magazine 76 (1975): 197-214.

___________. “War in the Backcountry: The Siege of Ninety Six, May 22- June 19,

1781.” South Carolina Historical Magazine 72 (1971): 1-14.

___________. Old Ninety Six in the South Carolina Backcountry—1700-1781. Troy,

South Carolina. Sleepy Creek Publishing, 2000.

Chidsey, Donald Barr. The War in the South: The Carolinas and Georgia in the

American Revolution, An Informal History. New York: Crown Publishers, 1969.
Conrad, Dennis M. “Nathanael Greene and the Southern Campaigns, 1780-83.” PhD

Dissertation, Duke University. April 30, 1979.

Edgar, Walter B. South Carolina: A History. Columbia, South Carolina: University of

South Carolina Press, 1998.

___________. Partisans and Redcoats: The Southern Conflict That Turned the tide of

the American Revolution. New York: William Morrow, 2001.
Farley, M. Foster. “Ninety Six in the American Revolution.” Daughters of the American

Magazine 112 (1978): 92-7.
Greene, Jerome A. Ninety Six: A Historical Narrative. Denver, Colorado: US

Department of the Interior, 1998.

Hibbert, Christopher. Redcoats and Rebels. New York: W. W. Norton & Company,

Higgins, W. Robert, ed. The Revolutionary War in the South—Power, Conflict and

Leadship. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1979.
Kyte, George W. “Victory in the South: An Appraisal of General Greene’s Strategy in

the Carolinas.” North Carolina Historical Review 37 (1960): 321-47.

Lumpkin, Henry. From Savannah to Yorktown: The American Revolution in the South.

Columbia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press, 1981.

Moss, Bobby Gilmer, ed. Uzal Johnson, Loyalist Surgeon: A Revolutionary War Diary.

Blacksburg, South Carolina: Scotia Hibernia Press, 2000.

Pula, James S. Thaddeus Kosciuszko: The Purest Son of Liberty. New York:

Hippocrene Books, 1999.

Revolutionary War Letters, Diaries, and Orders: South Carolina. South Carolina

Historical Society. Found at:
Russell, David Lee. The American Revolution in the Southern Colonies. Jefferson,

North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2000.

Scheer, George F. and Hugh Rankin, eds. Rebels and Recoats: The American Revolution

Through the Eyes of Those Who Fought and Lived It. Cleveland, Ohio: World

Publishing, 1957.

Treacy, M. F. Prelude to Yorktown: The Southern Campaign of Nathanael Greene,

1780-81. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1963.
Watson, Louise M. Old Ninety Six, Star Fort, and Cambridge: Historical Sketch of a

Focal Point of Importance and Interest in the Early Development of the South

Carolina Backcountry. Greenwood, SC: Greenwood County Historical Society, 1960.


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