A Battlefield Atlas of the American Revolution
Call Number: 911.73 S988b
Publication Date: 1986-06-01
Part Four: The War Moves South. MAP 33 - King's Mountain. Map 34: Cowpens. Map 35: Guilford Courthouse.
Angel in the Whirlwind: the triumph of the American Revolution
Call Number: 973.3 Bobrick
Publication Date: 1998-07-01
He thrillingly describes the major battles, from Lexington and Concord to Bunker Hill, Trenton, Saratoga, Camden, and Kings Mountain, and then the climactic siege of Yorktown when the British flag of empire was finally lowered before patriots guns. At the same time, Angel in the Whirlwind weaves together the social and political as well as the military history of the struggle into one epic tale. A variety of voices is represented.
Battles of the Revolutionary War
Call Number: 973.33 W881 & EBSCOhost SSI Collection
Publication Date: 2003-12-25
Access Online via EBSCOhost SSI Collection.
Battles of the Revolutionary War is designed for the armchair strategist with dozens of illustrations of the weapons, battle plans and combatants. Americans won their independence on the battlefield by employing superior strategies, tactics and leadership in the battles of Bunker Hill, Quebec, Trenton, Princeton and Saratoga and Cowpens.
Commanders at King's Mountain
Call Number: 973.336 B1547
Publication Date: 1980
Encyclopedia of the American Revolution
Call Number: REF 973.3 E56
Publication Date: 2006-05-05
Fighting Quaker: Nathanael Greene
Call Number: 973.330924 Thane
Publication Date: 1972
From Savannah to Yorktown
Call Number: 973.337
Publication Date: 2000-03-31
This book sketches many of the colorful field commanders, discusses the weaponry and uniforms and above all unfolds the battle events, strategy and tactics.
How America Fought Its Wars: Military Strategy from the American Revolution to the Civil War
Call Number: 355.020973 Brooks 1999
Publication Date: 1999-03-21
ch. 12. The year of Patriot Crisis and Triumph: King's Mountain to Yorktown.
King's Mountain and Its Heroes
Call Number: 973.336 D765
Publication Date: 1996-01-01
King's Mountain: The defeat of the Loyalists, October 7, 1780.
Call Number: 973.336 D157
Publication Date: 2003-10-16
In the summer of 1780, while British troops roamed the southern countryside striking fear into the hearts of rebels, a hardy group of "over-the-mountain men" from Tennessee vowed to defend their families and farms. At Kings Mountain, in northwest South Carolina, this small volunteer contingent of frontiersmen met the British in early October. The American victory there forced the British to retreat and turned the tide in the American Revolution's southern campaign.
One Heroic Hour at King's Mountain
Call Number: 973.336 A361
Publication Date: 1968-01-01
Partisans and Redcoats
Call Number: 973.3 E23
Publication Date: 2001-11-01
Recounts South Carolina's role during the Revolutionary War, describing the British occupation of Charleston, the brutal massacre of innocent civilians throughout the Carolina backcountry, and the desperate struggle of patriots against overwhelming forces.
Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution
Call Number: 973.3 M874
Publication Date: 1999-08-01
The American Revolution in the Southern Colonies
Call Number: 973.33 R962
Publication Date: 2000-12-01
The origin of the five Southern colonies - Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia - their development, the role of patriot and loyalist Southerner, and critical battles are examined. Included is a discussion of the leadership of the British forces and of the colonial patriots who inspired common citizens to fight for the sake of American independence."--BOOK JACKET
The Battle of King's Mountain: Eyewitness Accounts
Call Number: 973.336 D919
Publication Date: 2007-03-01
"The battle that turned the tide of the American Revolution." In October 1780, American Patriot and Loyalist soldiers battled each other at Kings Mountain, near the border of North and South Carolina. Containing over one hundred eyewitness accounts, including Loyalist accounts, this collection is rife with previously unpublished details of this historic turning point in the Revolution.
The Day It Rained Militia
Call Number: 973.336 S422
Publication Date: 2005-09-01
In a July of 1780, when the Revolutionary War in the Southern States seemed doomed to failure, a small but important battle took place on James Williamson's plantation in waht is now York County, South Carolina. The Battle of Williamson's Plantation paved the way for the calamitous defeats that the British suffered at Hanging Rock, Musgrove's Mill, Kings Mountain, Blackstock's Plantation and Cowpens, all in the South Carolina back country
The Green Dragoon: the lives of Banastre Tarleton and Mary Robinson.
Call Number: 923.242 Bass
Publication Date: 1957
The Historical Atlas of the American Revolution
Call Number: 973.3 B261
Publication Date: 2000-08-03
This large, beautifully illustrated, historically authoritative book explores the momentous events of the American Revolution in an eminently readable & visually stunning manner.
The Overmountain Men
Call Number: 973.336 A361
Publication Date: 1970-01-01
The Road to Guilford Courthouse
Call Number: 973.393 B918
Publication Date: 1999-07-01
The story of the British attempt to recapture the Carolinas, from the Battle for Sullivan's Island with "William Moultrie and his raw South Carolinians" to "the campaign's riveting climax at Guilford Courthouse."--Jacket. Includes such figures as Lord Cornwallis, Sir Henry Clinton, Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton, Brigadier General Thomas Sumter, Brigadier General Daniel Morgan, James Collins, David Henry, Thomas young, and Major General Nathanael Greene
This Destructive War
Call Number: 973.3309756 P188
Publication Date: 1985-02-28
"This volume deals with the American Revolution in the Carolinas. Pancake tells the gripping story of the southern campaign, the scene of a grim and deadly guerilla war."