Bibliography from Landers "Battle of Camden..". Project to obtain Park at site of Battle of Camden SC 16 August 1780 ("Gates' Defeat").
camden battle 1780 gates cornwallis rawdon continentals militia muskets rifles artillery cavalry "gate's defeat" "south carolina" reenactors

HOME  BIBLIOGRAPHY
LANDERS' BIBLIOGRAPHY

PRIMARY SOURCES MAPS BOOKS READ
    [Source: H. L. Landers, The Battle of Camden, S.C., August 16, 1780 (Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1929. Bibliography. Information added by John Robertson is shown in brackets. Italics added. Page numbers deleted. Bullets added.]

    BIBLIOGRAPHY *

    TOP

    SOURCE MATERIAL ANALYZED

  • SPARKS, JARED (1835. Boston). The Writings of George Washington. [The Writings of George Washington; Being his Correspondence, Addresses, Messages,and Other Papers, Official and Private, Selected and Published from the Original Manuscripts; With a Life of the Author, Notes and Illustrations, Boston: Charles Tappan, 1846]
  • SPARKS, JARED (1853. Boston). Correspondence of the Revolution. Letters to Washington.
  • CONTINENTAL CONGRESS (1780). Journals of the Continental Congress.
  • ROSS, CHARLES (1859. London). Correspondence of Charles, First Marquis Cornwallis. [London: John Murray]
  • TARLETON, BANASTRE (1787. London). A History of the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781, in the Southern Provinces of North America. [(reprinted in NY: Arno Press, 1968) Online copy (no maps). Available at some regional national parks. See Bookstores. ]
  • MacKENZIE, RODERICK (1787. London). Strictures on Lieutenant Colonel Tarleton's History. [Strictures On Lt. Col. Tarleton's History by Roderick Mackenzie, 1787. ]
  • HANGER, GEORGE, Fourth Baron Coleraine (1787. London). An Address to the Army. [An Address To The Army; In Reply To Strictures, By Roderick M'Kenzie. George Hanger, 1789. ]
  • [Separate combined search site for A History..., Strictures..., and An Address....]

    TOP

  • WILLIAMS, OTHO HOLLAND, Colonel, Deputy Adjutant General, Southern Army. Southern Army. A Narrative of the Campaign.
  • PINCKNEY, THOMAS, Brigadier General, Aide-de-Camp to General Gates. A Letter to William Johnson.
  • GATES, HORATIO, Major General, Commanding Southern Army. Letters and Orders from June 21st to August 31st, 1780.
  • SOUTHERN ARMY HEADQUARTERS ORDERLY BOOK. Orderly book of General Smallwood, Headquarters Southern Army, De Kalb, and Gates, Chatham Court-House and elsewhere July 3-October 2, 1780.
  • Du BUYSSON, Major, Aide-de-Camp to General de Kalb. Two Letters.
  • KIRKWOOD, ROBERT, Captain. Delaware Regiment. Journal of Marches from Morristown, East Jersey Southerly.
  • ANDERSON, THOMAS, Delaware Regiment. Journal.
  • SEYMOUR, WILLIAM, Sergeant Major of the Delaware Regiment. A Journal of the Southern Expedition, 1780-1783.
  • Von STEUBEN, BARON (1779. Philadelphia). Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States [1779, Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, 1st Edition. Philadelphia. Published by Styner and Cist (on order of Congress), Image of 1st edition title page]
  • BALCH, THOMAS [,editor] (1857. Philadelphia[:T. K. and P. G. Collins for The Seventy-six Society]). Papers Relating Chiefly to the Maryland Line During the Revolution.
* Some of the quotations in this history have been modified in punctuation and spelling.

    TOP

    MAPS
  • MOUZON, HENRY, and others (1794). North and South Carolina. [Full description, several versions Use control-f and search for "mouzon". Available NC Office of Archives and History. See Bookstores. ]
  • PRICE & STROTHER (1808). State of North Carolina.
  • TANNER, H. S. (1823). North and South Carolina.[Online version]
  • MILLS, ROBERT (1825). State of South Carolina. [Online state map and online Kershaw District map]
  • McRAE, JOHN (1833). State of North Carolina.
  • FADEN, WILLIAM (1787). Marches of Lord Cornwallis in the Southern Provinces. [[Full description, several versions Use control-f and search for "faden"]
  • FADEN, WILLIAM (1787). Plan of the Battle Fought near Camden, August 16, 1780.
  • BRITISH ARMY HEADQUARTERS. Unpublished manuscript maps from British Army Headquarters, now in William Clement Library, Ann Arbor Mich.

    TOP

    BOOKS READ
  • LOSSING, BENSON J. (1859. New York). The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution. [Benjamin Lossing's Fieldbook, Vol., Chap. XVII. Separate search site for Lossing.]
  • KAPP, FRIEDRICH (1884. New York). The Life of John Kalb, Major General in the Revolutionary Army.
  • KIRKLAND, THOMAS J., and KENNEDY, ROBERT M. (1905. Columbia, S. C.). Historical Camden, Colonial and Revolutionary Period. [(Columbia: The State Company, 1905; reprint Kershaw County Historical Society, 1994). . Available from Kershaw County Historical Society.]
  • SCHARF, J. THOMAS (1879. Baltimore). History of Maryland.
  • RAMSAY, DAVID (1809. Charleston). History of South Carolina From its First Settlement in 1670 to 1808. [(Newberry, SC: W.I. Duffie, 1858)]
  • LAMB, R. (1809. Dublin). An Original and Authentic Journal of Occurrences During the Late American War.
  • LEE, HENRY (1827. Washington). Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States. [ (originally published as Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department) (New York: Arno Press edition, 1969). Currently published as The Revolutionary War Memoirs of General Henry Lee General Henry Lee (1756-1818). Possibly available at some regional national parks. Available from Don Joyce Bookseller. See Bookstores.]
  • HORRY, PETER, and WEEMS, M. L (1823. Philadelphia). The Life of General Francis Marion. [Online version,    Another online version. There are other online versions. Available at some regional national parks. See Bookstores. ]

    TOP

  • JAMES, WILLIAM DOBEIN (1821. Charleston). A Sketch of the Life of Brigadier General Francis Marion. [Online version].
  • STEDMAN, CHARLES (1794. London). The History of the Origin, Progress, and Termination of the American War. [(London: J. Murray, Printer, 1794)]
  • HANGER, GEORGE, Fourth Baron Coleraine (1801. London). The Life, Adventures and Opinions of Colonel George Hanger. [Published in two volumes by J. Debrett, Piccadilly, London, 1801 Online version].
  • McCRADY, EDWARD (1902. New York). The History of South Carolina in the Revolution.
  • THATCHER, JAMES (1827. Boston). A Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War. [from 1775-1783; Describing interesting events and transactions of this period; With Numerous Historical Facts and Anecdotes, from the original manuscript. To Which is added, an Appendix, Containing Biographical sketches of several general officers. 2nd edition. Boston: Cottons & Barnard, 1827. Online version. Available from Don Joyce Bookseller. See Bookstores.]
  • MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY (1900. Baltimore). Archives of Maryland. Vol. 18, Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution, 1775-1783. [Online version]
  • GREGG, ALEXANDER (1867. New York). History of the Old Cheraws. [Gregg, Alexander. History of The Old Cheraws: Containing an Account of the Aborigines of the Pedee, The First White Settlements, Their Subsequent Progress,Civil Changes, the Struggle of the Revolution, and Growth of the Country Afterward, Extending from About A.D. 1730 to 1810, with Notices of Families and Sketches of Individuals. New York: Richardson & Co., 1867.]
  • ALLEN, PAUL (1819. Baltimore). History of the American Revolution.
  • WHEELER, JOHN H. (1851. Philadelphia) Historical Sketches of North Carolina. [Historical Sketches of North Carolina From 15841851. Baltimore: Regional Publishing Company, 1964. (Reprint from 1851 publication.). Reprint available.. Included on cd]
TOP    HOME     BIBLIOGRAPHY

Links checked 4/17/2012 10:38:48 AM