Pensions & Unit Rosters: This site is dedicated to celebrating the lives and contributions made by the brave men and women who fought or lived in the South during the American Revolution and making their eye-witness accounts freely available in this searchable database.
Battle of Brier Creek archaeology project: Archaeologist Dan Battle is the principal investigator on the Battle of Brier Creek site project. He is using FaceBook to post their research and findings.
In Search of Robert Carr’s Fort: Archaeologist Dan Elliott’s team locates this lost frontier fort. Video explaining the importance of this Wilkes County, Ga. frontier fort and the Americans aborted attack in 1779.
Kettle Creek, Ga. The Lamar Institute’s archaeological survey report on this 1779 battlefield.
Robert Carr’s Fort, Ga. The Lamar Institute’s archaeological report on the search for and location of this frontier fort in Wilkes County, Ga.
South Carolina Artifact Documentation Project: Volunteers provides free artifact collection documentation.
Research Tools & Links
Museum of the American Revolution
Yorktown Victory Center
Civil War Trust – Revolutionary War Sites Preservation Campaign
South Carolina Battlefield Preservation Trust
Journal of the American Revolution
Washington-Rochambeau Trail Association
Historic Mapping Congress
David Library of the American Revolution
Daughters of the American Revolution
Sons of the American Revolution
Sons of the Revolution
Society of the Cincinnati
18th c. Map Collections and map tools
David Rumsey Map Collection
Library of Congress
NOAA navigation charts – modern
Revolutionary War Parks, Trails and Sites
Kettle Creek Battlefield Association
Overmountain Victory Trail Association
South Boston, Va.