Last Updated 23 May 2007

Revolutionary War Articles from the
Journal of Southern History [JSH]


The Southern Historical Association,
Rice University,
6100 Main St.,
Houston, Texas,77005-1892

Compiled by Donald J. Gara, Florida, USA
 
Volume 4 - 1938
"King’s Mountain: Letters of Colonel Issac Shelby"
Hamilton, J.G. de Roulhac, Editor
Vol 4, No. 3 (August 1938), pp. 367-377.
 
Volume 6 - 1940
"Revolutionary Diary of William Lenoir"
(Cherokee Expedition of 1776 in North Carolina)

Hamilton, J.G. de Roulhac, Editor
Volume 6, No. 2, (May 1940), pp. 247-259.
 
Volume 8 - 1942
"Letters of Francis Kinlock (of Virginia) to Thomas Barie, 1782-1788"
Felix , Gilbert, Editor
Vol. 8, No. 1 (February 1942), pp. 87-105.
 
Volume 11 - 1945
"British View of the Siege of Charleston, 1776"
Kepner, Frances Reece, Editor
Vol. 11, No.1, (February 1945), pp. 93-103.
 
Volume 15 - 1949
"William Gilmore Simms’ Picture of the Revolution as a Civil Conflict"
(Early 19th Century Historian, Biographer and Novelist)
Holman, Hugh C.
Vol.15, No. 4, (November 1949), pp. 441-462.
 
Volume 19 - 1953
"Lyman Draper and the South"
(Author of “King’s Mountain and It’s Heroes”)
Hesseltine, William B.
Vol 19, No1, (February 1953), pp. 20-31.
 
Volume 21 - 1955
"James Simpson’s Reports on the Carolina Loyalists, 1779-1780"
Brown, Alan S.
Vol. 21, No. 4, (November 1955), pp. 513-519.
 
Volume 38 - 1972
"Patriots and Loyalists. The Choice of Political Allegiances
by Members of Maryland’s Proprietory Elite"

Allan, Anne Alden
Vol. 38, No. 2 (May 1972), pp. 283-292.
"Civilian-Military Conflict and the Restoration
of the Royal Province of Georgia, 1778-1782"

Furlong, Patrick J.
Vol. 38, No. 3 (August 1972), pp. 415-442.
 
Volume 55 - 1989
"Domestick Enemies: Slavery and Political Independence
in South Carolina, May 1775-March 1776"

Olwell, Robert A.
Vol. 55, No.1, (February 1989), pp. 21-48.
"The Southern Loyalists’ Claim on East Florida"
Troxler, Carole Watterson
Vol. 55, No. 4, (November 1989), pp. 563-596.
 
Volume 63 - 1997
"The Limits of Antislavery Thought in the Revolutionary Lower South:
John Laurens (Military Aide to Washington) and
Henry Laurens (President of the Continental Congress)"

Massey, Gregory D.
Vol. 63, No. 3 (August 1997), pp. 495-530.
 
 

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