The Revolutionary War in South Carolina Welcome!
Queries on SC in the Revolution | General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox"
|The Setting for the war in South Carolina|
|The Onset of war in South Carolina|
|The British Ascendancy|
|Turning Point||Symposia, past and present|
|Memoirs of Tarleton Brown||Queries|
|Women of SC in the Revolution!!|
|Emily Geiger & SC in the Revolution||on line, and huge database!|
|Cayce House and Museum|
|Southern Campaigns of the Am. Rev.||(off site)|
|Sources and References||Battle Chronology|
|Patriot Records||Loyalist Records|
|SCDAH Search Engine|
Sorrows many. (Haiku)
|We now have an extensive section on South Carolina's own revolutionary war heroine, Emily Geiger, and other SC women who served in the revolution. This is extensive documented material contributed by one of Ms. Geiger's relatives for use on this web site! Thanks to them, especially for giving us this material, permitting us to put this on the web, and thanks to Helen Skipper for getting it all and sending it to me!|
|All information on this web site is copyrighted
under International Copyright Law and may not be used for commercial purposes
without express written permission of the author. (It may be used
for private use and school papers, for which it is intended!)
|11 Sept. 2001, a day to be remembered. In memoriam - for those who died and,those who were injured. May we never forget. (The flag is our original Old Glory)|
Thanks to each and every one who has provided feedback. Especial thanks to folks who have provided very extensive suggestions and web links: Judd Hair, Roxsanne Layton, and to Helen Skinner who obtained all of the documentation on Emily Geiger for us! Very special thinks to Mrs. Geiger for permitting us to post all of this material on South Carolina's heroine! Very special thanks to Harriet Imrey for correcting errors, providing material, and generally being a source of accuracy! It is People like these who really make a web site good. I am just the caretaker. Please send more.
NC WebRing Revolutionary War Page (off site, use your back arrow to return)
Please send digitized, referenced, lists of revolutionary war participants (patriots, loyalists, bystanders, or "other") for inclusion on this South Carolina resource web page.
Feedback please! Please send comments for improvement! Please let me know of any errors that you see, corrections, or suggestions. Every time I read this I find a grammatical error (ugh!). Please help me improve this web site. Did this web site meet your needs in learning about South Carolina in the revolution and where to get records on your ancestor? If not, how may it be improved? All comments are welcome.
Copyright ©1999-2007, Frank Oliver Clark, all rights reserved. These documents may be freely used for private purposes, and included in your own genealogy. However, all of these documents are copyrighted and may not be sold, nor given to anyone who may attempt to derive profit from same. Please send any errors, corrections, conjectures, updates, etc. to Frank O. Clark, Ph.D.
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