I. BASIC COLONIAL AND STATE RECORDS
Candler, Allen D. and Lucian Lamar Knight, eds. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia. 26 vols. Atlanta: Various state printers, 1904-1916. Vols. 27-39 unpublished in manuscript at Georgia Department of Archives and History and on microfilm at Microfilm Reading Room, Library of Congress. (Mainly transcripts from PRO, CO 5: 636-712. Legislative and Executive records, laws, reports, and correspondence.)
Hawes, Mrs. Lilla M., ed. “The Proceedings and Minutes of the Governor and Council of Georgia, October 4, 1774 through November 7, 1775 and September 6, 1779 through September 20, 1780.” GHQ, XXXIV-XXXV (1950-1951). Reprinted in Collections of the Georgia Historical Society, X (Savannah: the Society, 1952).
Candler, Allen D., ed. The Revolutionary Records of the State of Georgia. 3 vols. Atlanta: The Franklin-Turner Co., 1908. (Legislative and Executive journals and miscellaneous documents.)
“Minutes of the Executive Council, May 7 through October 14, 1777.” GHQ, XXXIII-XXXIV (1949-1950.)
Mss. Assembly Journals, Council Minutes, and Executive Corespondence for the 1780s to supplement Candler, Revolutionary Records, in Ga. Dept. of Archives and History.
Georgia Council Minutes, Orders and Proceedings of the Executive Council. Jan. 19-May 18, Oct. 23-November 23, 1786. Revolutionary Collection, Duke U.
“Some Official Letters of Governor Edward Telfair.” GHQ, I (1917), 141-154.
“Official Letters of Governor John Martin.” GHQ, I (1917), 281-335.
Index to Georgia Laws, 1761-1813. (Ms. list laws by title only inchronological order.) Ga. Dept. of Archives and History.
Acts Passed by the General Assembly of Georgia. 1755-1789. (Printed either individually or as a collection for each Assembly session by the state printer. Savannah and Augusta. Collections are in the DeRenne Collection, U. of Ga. Library, GHS, and the Library of Congress. In 1905-1906 the Statute Law Book Company, of Washington, D. C., made facsimile reproductions of all known such acts through 1770.)
Watkins, Robert and George. Digest of the Laws of the State of Georgia . . . to 1798. Philadelphia: R. Aitken, 1800.
Marbury, Horatio and William Harris Crawford. Digest of the Laws of the State of Georgia from its Settlement. . .in 1775 to . . . 1800. . . . Savannah: Seymour, Woolhopter and Stebbins, 1802.
Acts Passed by the General Assembly of Georgia, 1755-1774. Wormsloe, Ga.: Privately printed, 1881. (Contains acts not known to be printed in the above three items.)
Ms. laws in the Ga. Dept. of Archives and History.
A. Georgia Department of Archives and History, Atlanta
Indian Treaty Book. 1773-1796. (Typescript from treaties filed in Dept.)
Indian Relations. (Typescript from materials filed in Dept.)
Shoulderbone [Treaty] Minutes. 1786 ms. vol.
Boundaries, Georgia-South Carolina. Ms. collection.
Journal of the Commissioners for the Treaty of Beaufort. Ms. vol.
Record of the Court of Land Commissioners, appointed by Governor Wright to grant the Indian cession of 1773. Incomplete typescript and ms. fragments.
Minutes of the three constitutional conventions, 1788-1789, that wrote and adopted Georgia’s Constitution of 1789. Also copies of the constitutions.
Miscellaneous papers, correspondence, etc., filed under subject and name of author.
B. Georgia Historical Society, Savannah
Clay, Joseph. Ms. Letter Book.
Clay, Joseph & Company. Ms. Letter Book.
Habersham, John. Papers.
Houstoun, John. Papers.
Jackson, James. Ms. notes on David Ramsay, History of the Revolution in South Carolina.
Jackson, James. Collection. (Miscellaneous personal papers and letter book.)
Jones, Noble Wimberly. Papers.
McIntosh, Lachlan. Papers and Letter Book.
Stevens, W. B. Papers. (Copies of documents collected by Stevens for use in his History of Georgia.)
Carr Papers. (Collection of personal and business papers of the Carr family from 1780 through 1878.)
Cuyler, Telamon. Collection. (Miscellaneous items from the state archives from the colonial period through the Civil War.)
D. Manuscripts Division, Library of Congress
Force Transcripts of Georgia Records.
Indian Affairs 1751-1825. (Contains much more than Indian Affairs.)
Council correspondence, 1782 —1789.
Proclamation of Governors, Oct. 31, 1754-Jan. 29, 1778.
U. S. Revolution, Miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous personal papers.
British Public Records Office.
Colonial Office Class 5: America and West Indies.
Indian Superintendent correspondence, military correspondence, and Treasury papers.
Treasury Papers 28: vols. 1 & 2.
(On PRO transcripts in the Library of Congress see Grace Gardner Griffin, A Guide to Manuscripts Relating to American History in British Depositories Reproduced for the Division of Manuscripts of the Library of Congress. The Library of Congress, 1946. There are numerous ms. indexes and calendars for these papers in the Mss. Div. By far the most valuable is B. F. Stevens, “Catalogue Index of Manuscripts in the Archives of England, France, Holland, and Spain, relating to America, 1763-1783.” 180 ms. vols.)
Fulham Palace Mss. (Archives of the Bishop of London.)
North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, 1712-1770.
Brooks Transcripts. (Florida material.)
E. National Archives
Papers of the Continental Congress (Georgia-Continental Relations).
F. William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan
Sir Henry Clinton Papers. (Army correspondence.)
Thomas Gage Papers. (Army correspondence.)
Second Earl of Shelburne (First Marquess of Lansdowne) Papers. Calendared in the Third (London, 1872), Fifth (1876), and Sixth (1877) Reports of the Historical Manuscripts Commission as Lansdowne Papers. (Vols. 43-88 are concerned with Shelburne’s period in the Colonial Office and the Peace of 1783.)
Lord George Germain Papers. Calendared in “Report on the Manuscripts of Mrs. Stopford-Sackville of Drayton House, Northamptonshire.” Ninth Report, Historical Manuscripts Commission, Appendix III. London, 1884. (Issued separately. 2 vols. London, 1904-1910.)
Von Jungkenn Mss. (Letters of Lt. Col. Friedrich von Porbeck about conditions in Savannah 1780-1782 in vols. 3-5.)
Nathanael Greene Papers. (Mainly war materials.)
G. Duke University Library
Minutes of Board of Commissioners of the Academy at Washington, Georgia, 1784-1808.
Wilkes County, Georgia, Court Papers, 1779-1827.
Nathanael Greene Papers.
Samuel Elbert Papers.
James Jackson Letters.
Edward Telfair Papers.
George Walton Papers.
Many small collections of Georgians for the period, mainly in the papers purchased from Mrs. Marmaduke Floyd, of Savannah.
H. University of North Carolina Library, Southern Historical Collection
Mackey Stiles Papers, Vol. 42. Microfilm.
I. Henry E. Huntington Library
Orderly Book of General Benjamin Lincoln, Dec. 6, 1778-June 27, 1779.
Orderly Book of Georgia Militia Regiment commanded by Ely Kershaw, Jan. 2-April 23, 1779.
Report of F. Skelly on the movements of the British Army, Savannah, Nov. 8, 1779.
Minutes concerning the fortifications of Savannah. Board of General British Officers, Jan. 6, 1782.
J. South Carolina Archives Department, Columbia
Ms. assembly and executive minutes, executive files on topics of special concern to Georgia.
K. New York Public Library
Loyalists Transcripts, as concerned with Georgia loyalists.
American Archives, 4th Series (ed. Peter Force). 6 vols. Washington: M. St. Clair and Peter Force, 1837-1846. 5th Series. 3 vols. Washington: M. St. Clair and Peter Force, 1848-1853.
American State Papers, Indian Affairs. 2 vols. Washington: Gales and Seaton, 1832.
Andrews, Charles M. “List of the Commissions and Instructions Issued to the Governors and Lieutenant Governors of the American and West Indian Colonies from 1690 to 1784.” Report of the American Historical Association for 1911. Vol. I.
Asbury, Francis. The Journal of the Rev. Francis Asbury, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. . . . 3 vols. New York: N. Bangs and T. Mason, 1821. Vol. II.
Bland, Julia M. Georgia and the Federal Constitution. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1937.
Burnett, Edmund C., ed. Letters of Members of the Continental Congress. 8 vols. Washington: The Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1921-1936.
Burnett, Edmund C. “Papers Relative to Bourbon County, Georgia, 1785-1786.” AHR, XV (Oct., 1909; Jan., 1910), 66-111, 297-353.
Corbitt, D. C. “Papers Relating to the Georgia-Florida Frontier, 1784-1800.” GHQ, XX-XXV.
Corbitt, D. C. “Some Papers Relating to Bourbon County, Georgia,” GHQ, XIX, 251-263.
Coulter, E. M., ed. “Minutes of the Georgia Convention Ratifying the Federal Constitution.” GHQ, X (1926), 223-237.
Farrand, Max. The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787. 3 vols. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1911.
Fitzpatrick, John C., ed. The Writings of George Washington. 37 vols. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1931-1940.
Ford, Paul L. Proceedings of a Council of War Held at Burke Jail, Georgia, January 14th, 1779. . . . Brooklyn, 1890.
Foster, Francis A. Materials Relating to the History of the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Georgia from 1783 to Its Dissolution. [Savannah, Georgia] 1934.
Georgia Historical Society, Collections. Published by the Society.
III. “. . . Letters from Governor Sir James Wright to the . . . Secretaries of State for America, August 24, 1774, to February 16, 1782.” Savannah, 1873.
V, Part I. “Proceedings of the Georgia Provincial Congress, July 4-8, 1775; Proceedings of the Georgia Council of Safety, 3rd November, 1775, to 17th February, 1777; Account of the Siege of Savannah, from a British Source.” Savannah, 1901.
V, Part II. “Order Book of Samuel Elbert, Colonel and Brigadier General in the Continental Army, October, 1776, to November, 1778; Letter Book of Governor Samuel Elbert, from January, 1785, to November, 1785.” Savannah, 1902.
VI. “The Letters of the Honorable James Habersham, 1756-1775.” Savannah, 1904.
VIII. “Letters of Joseph Clay, Merchant of Savannah, 1776-1793.” Savannah, 1913.
X. “The Proceedings and Minutes of the Governor and Council of Georgia, October 4, 1774, through November 7, 1775, and September 6, 1779, through September 20, 1780.” Savannah, 1952.
Gibbes, Robert Wilson. Documentary History of the American Revolution, . . . 3 vols. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1855-1857 (vols. I and II); Columbia, S. C.: 1883 (vol. III).
Hawes, Lilla M., ed. “Papers of James Jackson, 1781-1798.” GHQ, XXXVIII, 54-80, 147-160, 220-249, 299-329.
Hawes, Lilla M., ed. “The Papers of Lachlan McIntosh, 1774-1799.” GHQ, XXXVIII-XL.
Hening, William W. Statutes at Large: A Collection of the Laws of Virginia. 13 vols. Richmond & Philadelphia: various publishers, 1819-1823.
Jones, C. C., Jr., ed. “Memorandum of the Route pursued by Colonel Campbell and his column of invasion, in 1779, from Savannah to Augusta; . . .” Magazine of American History, XVIII (July-Dec., 1887), 256-348.
Labaree, Leonard W. Royal Instructions to British Governors. New York: Appleton-Century, 1935.
Library of Congress. Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789. 34 vols. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1904-1937.
Lockey, Joseph B. Edited by John Walton Caughey. East Florida, 1783-1785: A File of Documents Assembled, and Many of them Translated. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1949.
McIntosh, George. The Case of George M’Intosh. [1777.]
McIntosh, George. Addition to the Case of George M’Intosh. [1777.]
McIntosh, George. Strictures on the Case of George M’Intosh. [1777.] All three in Hazard Pamphlets, XXXIX, Rare Book Room, LC.
Massachusetts Historical Society, Proceedings. Published by the Society, Boston. 2 Series, III. “Winslow Papers.”
Muhlenberg, Henry M. The Journals of Henry Melchior Muhlenberg. 3 vols. Philadelphia: The Muhlenberg Press, 1942-1945.
New York Historical Society, Collections. Published by the Society, New York.
1871-1874. “Charles Lee Papers.”
1878. “Charles Thomson Papers.”
1883. “Journal of Col. Stephen Kemble.”
Documents Relative to the Colonial History of New York. 14 vols. Albany: State Printers, 1856-1883.
Palmer, William P. & others, eds. Calendar of Virginia State Papers. 11 vols. Richmond: state printer, 1874-1893.
Pettengill, Roy W., ed. and translator. Letters from America, 1776-1779. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1924. (Letters from German officers who fought with the British Army during the Revolution.)
Phillips, U. B., ed. “Some Letters of Joseph Habersham. 1775-1790.” GHQ, X, 144-163.
Saunders, William L., Walter Clark, and Stephen B. Weeks, eds. The Colonial Records of the State of North Carolina. 10 vols. Various state printers, 1886-1890. The State Records of North Carolina. 20 vols. (Vols. 11-30). Various state printers, 1895-1914.
Saye, Albert B., ed. “The Commission and Instructions of Governor John Reynolds.” GHQ, XXX (1946), 125-162.
Stiles, Ezra. Franklin B. Dexter, ed. The Literary Diary of Ezra Stiles. 3 vols. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1901.
Wagstaff, Henry W. The Papers of John Steele. 2 vols. Raleigh, N. C.: Edward & Broughton Printing Co., 1924.
White, George. Historical Collections of Georgia. New York: Pudney and Russell, 1854.
White, George. Statistics of the State of Georgia. Savannah: W. Thome Williams, 1849.
Minutes of the Union Society: Being an Abstract of Existing Records from 1750 to 1858. Savannah: John M. Cooper, 1860.
Zubly, John J. Calm and Respectful Thoughts on the Negative of the Crown on a Speaker Chosen and Presented by the Representatives of the People. 1772. Rare Book Room, LC.
Zubly, John J. The Law of Liberty: A Sermon Preached at the Opening of the Provisional Congress of Georgia. Philadelphia: Henry Miller, 1775.
Zubly, John J. “Letter of Rev. John J. Zubly, of Savannah, Georgia, 1773.” Massachusetts Historical Society, Proceedings, 1864-1865. Published by the Society, Boston, 1866.
Zubly, John J. The Stamp Act Repealed. Rare Book Room, LC.
Zubly, John J. “Rev. J. J. Zubly’s Appeal to the Grand Jury. Oct. 8, 1777.” GHQ, I, 161-165.
Acts of the Privy Council, Colonial Series, 1613-1783. Vols. 4-6. Hereford: H. M. Stationery Office, 1911-1912.
Report of American Manuscripts in the Royal Institution of Great Britain. 4 vols. London, Dublin, and Hereford, 1904-1909.
“Manuscripts of the Earl of Carlisle.” Fifteenth Report, appendix, Part VI, 1897.
“Manuscripts of the Earl of Dartmouth.” 3 vols. Eleventh Report, Appendix, Part V, 1887. Fourteenth Report, Appendix, Part X, 1895. Fifteenth Report, Appendix, Part I, 1896.
“Papers of William Knox.” Report of Various Collections, Vol VI, 1908.
“Report on the Manuscripts of Mrs. Stopford-Sackville, of Drayton House, Northamptonshire.” Ninth Report, Appendix III. London, 1884.
Stevens, B. F., ed. An Extract Reprint of Six Rare Pamphlets on the Clinton-Cornwallis Controversy. . . . 2 vols. London: Privately printed, 1888.
Stevens, B. F. Facsimiles of Manuscripts in European Archives Relating to America, 1773-1783. London: Malby and Sons, 1889-1895.
IV. NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
City Gazette (Charleston).
Columbian Herald (Charleston).
Charleston Evening Gazette.
Gazette of the State of South Carolina (Charleston).
Charleston Morning Post.
Royal Gazette (Charleston).
Royal South Carolina Gazette (Charleston).
South Carolina and American General Gazette (Charleston).
South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal (Charleston).
South Carolina Gazette and General Advertiser (Charleston).
State Gazette of South Carolina (Charleston).
Continental Journal (Boston).
Gazette of the State of Georgia.
Georgia State Gazette.
Royal Georgia Gazette.
Gentleman’s Magazine (London). 1779-1782.
Virginia Gazette (Williamsburg).
Abrahams, Edmund H. “Early History of the Sheftalls of Georgia.” American Jewish Historical Society, Publication, No. 17, 167-186.
Aldridge, Alfred Owen. “Benjamin Franklin as Georgia Agent.” Georgia Review, VI (Summer, 1952), 161-173.
Ashmore, Otis and C. H. Olmstead. “The Battles of Kettle Creek and Brier Creek.” GHQ, X, 85-125.
Bast, Homer. “Creek Indian Affairs, 1775-1778.” GHQ, XXXIII, 1-25.
Benedict, David. A General History of the Baptist Denomination in America and Other Parts of the World. 2 vols. Boston: Lincoln and Edwards (vol. I), Manning and Loring (vol. II), 1813.
Bowen, Eliza A. The Story of Wilkes County, Georgia. Marietta, Ga.: Continental Book Company, 1950.
Campbell, J. H. Georgia Baptists: Historical and Biographical. 2nd ed. Macon, Ga.: J. W. Burke & Co., 1874.
Carlyle, E. Irving. “Sir James Wright.” Dictionary of National Biography.
Catalogue of the Wymberley Jones DeRenne Georgia Library. 3 vols. Wormsloe, Ga.: Privately printed, 1931.
Charlton, Thomas U. P. The Life of Major General James Jackson. Augusta, 1809. (Reprint, n.p., n.d. [Atlanta, 1896].)
Coleman, Kenneth. “Restored Colonial Georgia, 1779-1782.” GHQ, XL (1956), 1-20.
Corry, John Pitts. “Procedure in the Commons House of Assembly in Georgia.” GHQ, XIII (1929), 110-127.
Coulter, E. M. A Short History of Georgia. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1933. (Revised ed., 1947.)
Coulter, E. Merton. “Nancy Hart, Georgia Heroine of the Revolution: The Story of the Growth of a Tradition.” GHQ, XXXIX (1955), 118-151.
Coulter, E. Merton. “Edward Telfair.” GHQ, XX, 99-124.
Daniel, Marjorie. “Anglicans and Dissenters in Georgia, 1758-1777.” Church History, VII (1938), 247-262.
Daniel, Marjorie. “John Joachim Zubly—Georgia Pamphleteer of the Revolution.” GHQ, XIX, 1-16.
Daniel, Marjorie L. “The Revolutionary Movement in Georgia, 1763-1777.” Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Chicago, 1935.
DeBrahm, John Gerar William. History of the Province of Georgia. Wormsloe, Ga.: Privately printed, 1849.
Downes, Randolph C. “Creek-American Relations, 1782-1790.” GHQ, XXII (1937), 142-184.
Ford, Joseph H. “John J. Zubly, Opponent of British and American Oppression, 1724-1781.” Unpublished master’s thesis, Emory University, 1941.
Foster, William Owen. “James Jackson in the American Revolution.” GHQ, XXXI (1947), 249-281.
Foster, William Owen. “James Jackson, Militant Georgia Statesman, 1757-1806.” Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of North Carolina, 1952.
Gamble, Thomas. Savannah Duels and Duellists, 1733-1877. Savannah: Review Publishing Company, 1923.
Gamble, Thomas. Personal Scrap Books. Savannah Public Library. (Contain newspaper clippings, pamphlets, letters, and other material collected through a lifetime of interest in Savannah and Georgia history.)
Goff, John H. “Cow Punching in Old Georgia,” Georgia Review, III (Fall, 1949), 341-348.
Griffith, Louis T. and John E. Talmadge. Georgia Journalism, 1763-1950. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1951.
The Particular Case of the Georgia Loyalists. . . . London (?): G. Wilkie(?), 1783.
Grice, Warren. “Georgia Appointments by President Washington.” GHQ, VII, 181-212.
Harden, William. “Basil Cowper’s Remarkable Career in Georgia.” GHQ, I, 24-35.
Hays, Louise F. Hero of Hornet’s Nest. A Biography of Elijah Clark. New York: Stratford House, 1946.
Hitz, Alex M. “Georgia Bounty Land Grants.” GHQ, XXXVIII, 337-348.
Hubner, Leon. “The Jews of Georgia from the Outbreak of the American Revolution to the Close of the 18th Century.” American Jewish Historical Society, Publications, XVII (1909), 89-108.
Jenkins, Charles F. Button Gwinnett. New York: Doubleday, Page and Company, 1926.
Johnston, Edith Duncan. The Houstouns of Georgia. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1950.
Jones, Charles C., Jr. Biographical Sketches of the Delegates from Georgia to the Continental Congress. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Company, 1891.
Jones, Charles C., Jr. History of Georgia. 2 vols. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Company, 1883.
La Farge, Laurence, Wythe Cooke, Arthur Keith and Marius R. Campbell. Physical Geography of Georgia (Geological Survey of Georgia Bulletin No. 42). Atlanta: Stein Printing Company, state printers, 1925.
Lawrence, Alexander A. “James Jackson: Passionate Patriot.” GHQ, XXXIV, 75-86.
Lawrence, Alexander A. “General Robert Howe and the British Capture of Savannah in 1778.” GHQ, XXXVI, 303-327.
Lawrence, Alexander A. “General Lachlan McIntosh and His Suspension from the Continental Command During the Revolution.” GHQ, XXXVIII, 101-141.
Lawrence, Alexander A. James Johnston, Georgia’s First Printer. Savannah: Pigeonhole Press, 1956.
Lawrence, Alexander A. Storm Over Savannah: The Story of Count d’Estaing and the Siege of the Town in 1779. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1951.
McCain, James Ross. Georgia as a Proprietary Province. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1917.
McCall, Hugh. The History of Georgia. 2 vols. Savannah: Seymour and Williams, 1811-1816.
McLendon, S. G. History of the Public Domain of Georgia. Atlanta: Privately printed, 1924.
Mercer, Jesse. History of the Georgia Baptist Association. Washington, Ga.: Privately printed, 1836.
McMurtrie, Douglas C. “Pioneer Printing in Georgia.” GHQ, XVI, 77-113.
Murphy, W. S. “The Irish Brigade of France at the Siege of Savannah, 1779.” GHQ, XXXVIII (1954), 307-321.
Naisawald, L. Van Loan. “Major General Howe’s Activities in South Carolina and Georgia, 1776-1779.” GHQ, XXXV, 23-30.
Perkins, Eunice Ross. “John Joachim Zubly, Georgia’s Conscientious Objector.” GHQ, XV, 313-323.
Roberts, Lucien E. “Sectional Problems in Georgia During the Formative Period, 1776-1789.” GHQ, XVIII, 207-227.
Saye, Albert B. A Constitutional History of Georgia. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1948.
Saye, Albert B. “Georgia’s Delegates to the Federal Convention of 1787. Who They Were and What They Did.” Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Georgia, 1935.
Saye, Albert B. New Viewpoints in Georgia History. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1943.
Scarborough, Ruth. The Opposition to Slavery in Georgia Prior to 1860. Nashville, 1933. (George Peabody College of Teachers, Contributions to Education No. 97.)
Shpall, Leo. “The Sheftalls of Georgia.” GHQ, XXVII, 339-349.
Simms, James M. The First Colored Baptist Church in North America. Constituted at Savannah, Georgia, January 20, 1788. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1888.
Stacy, James. A History of the Presbyterian Church in Georgia. N.p., n.d. (Privately printed.)
Stevens, William B. A History of Georgia, . . . 2 vols. Philadelphia: D. Appleton 8c Co., 1847-1859.
Stokes, Anthony. A Narrative of the Official Conduct of Anthony Stokes. London: Privately printed, 1784.
Strickland, Reba Carolyn. Religion and the State in Georgia in the Eighteenth Century. New York: Columbia University Press, 1939.
Strobel, P. A. The Salzburgers and Their Descendants. Baltimore: T. Newton Kurtz, 1855. (Reprinted Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1953).
White, Henry C. Abraham Baldwin. Athens: The McGregor Company, 1926.
Williams, Samuel C. “Colonel Elijah Clarke in the Tennessee Country.” GHQ, XXV, 151-158.
Zornow, William Frank. “Georgia Tariff Policies, 1775 to 1789,” GHQ, XXXVIII (1954), 1-10.
B. The South.
Alden, John R. John Stuart and the Southern Colonial Frontier. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1944.
Berry, Jane M. “The Indian Policy of Spain in the Southwest, 1783-1795.” MVHR, III (1917), 462-477.
Caughey, John Walton. McGillivray of the Creeks. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1938.
Cotterill, R. S. “The South Carolina Land Cession.” MVHR, XII (1926), 376-384.
Crane, Verner W. The Southern Frontier, 1670-1732. Durham: Duke University Press, 1928.
Davidson, Philip. “The Southern Backcountry on the Eve of the Revolution.” Avery Craven, ed. Essays in Honor of William E. Dodd. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1935.
Drayton, John. Memoirs of the American Revolution. 2 vols. Charleston: A. E. Miller, 1821.
Gray, Lewis Cecil. History of Agriculture in the Southern United States to 1860. 2 vols. Washington: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1935.
Johnson, Cecil. British West Florida 1763-1783. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1943.
McCrady, Edward. South Carolina Under the Royal Government, 1719-1776 (Vol. II); South Carolina in the Revolution, 1775-1780 (Vol. III); South Carolina in the Revolution, 1780-1783 (Vol. IV). New York: Macmillan, 1899-1902.
Moultrie, William. Memoirs of the American Revolution. 2 vols. New York: D. Longworth, 1802.
Pound, Merritt B. Benjamin Hawkins: Indian Agent. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1951.
Ramsey, J. G. M., The Annals of Tennessee to the End of the Eighteenth Century: . . . . Charleston: J. Russell, 1853.
Roe, Clara Goldsmith. “Major General Nathanael Greene and the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution, 1780-1783.” Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan, 1947.
Siebert, Wilbur Henry. Loyalists in East Florida 1774-1785. 2 vols. Deland: Florida State Historical Society, 1929.
Siebert, Wilbur Henry. “The Loyalists in West Florida and the Natchez District.” MVHR, II (1916), 465-483.
Smith, William R. South Carolina as a Royal Province, 1719-1776. New York: Macmillan, 1903.
Uhlendorf, Bernard A., ed. & translator. The Siege of Charleston . . . . Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1938.
Wallace, David D. The History of South Carolina. 4 vols. New York: The American Historical Society, Inc., 1934.
Wallace, David D. South Carolina. A Short History, 1520-1948. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1951.
Whitaker, Arthur P. “Alexander McGillivray.” North Carolina Historical Review, V (1928), 181-203, 289-311.
Whitaker, Arthur P. “The Muscle Shoals Speculation, 1783-1789.” MVHR, XIII (1926-1927), 365-386.
Whitaker, Arthur P. The Spanish-American Frontier, 1783-1796. New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1927.