|Statement||by Robert Stansbury Lambert.|
|LC Classifications||E277 .L35 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 352 p. :|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||87010965|
An interest in the Georgia loyalists, which I developed during a brief residence in that state, exposed me to the fact that, except for Robert W. Barnwell, “Loyalism in South Carolina, –” (Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, ), South Carolina’s loyalists in the Revolution had not been studied in any comprehensive : Clemson University Press. South Carolina loyalists in the American Revolution (Book, )  Get this from a library! South Carolina loyalists in the American Revolution. [Robert Stansbury Lambert; Paul Cartwright Collection (Mississippi State University. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution. Robert Stansbury Lambert. University of South Carolina Press, South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution. South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution, by Robert Stansbury Lambert (Clemson, SC: Clemson University Digital Press, ), xviii, pp. An interest in the Georgia loyalists, which I developed during a brief residence in that state, exposed me to the fact that, except for Robert W. Barnwell, 'Loyalism in South Carolina, –' (Ph.D.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution. Robert S. Lambert. University of South Carolina Press, South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution. Over the course of , Loyalists within South Carolina were identified and effectively silenced by the better organized Patriots. In July of , the Council of Safety sent out Chief Justice William Henry Drayton and Rev. William Tennant to the backcountry to pursuade those citizens to sign the "Continental Association.". This page lists South Carolinians who were loyal to Great Britain during the American Revolution. It was created in December by J. G. Braddock, Sr. of Charleston. On the eighth of January, , the British were in firm control of Charlestown, which they had captured in May, Especially in New York, New Jersey, and parts of North and South Carolina, there was considerable ambivalence about the Patriot cause. Vocal Loyalists, often with the encouragement and assistance of royal governors, recruited people to their side. In the South Carolina backcountry Loyalist recruitment oustripped that of Patriots.
Th e fi rst edition of South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution was published shortly after I retired from Clemson University as Professor of History. Th e book received favorable reviews in professional journals; however, it has ceased to be in print. Meanwhile the Clemson University Digital Press has become fi rmly established un-. Book review: From Revolution to Reunion: The Reintegration of the South Carolina Loyalists by Rebecca Brannon (University of South Carolina Press, September ) [BUY NOW ON AMAZON]First and foremost, let me just start by saying what a unique and interesting subject Ms. Brannon chose for her book. There are many books out on what happened to the Loyalists who . SC Government During the Revolution South Carolina, like her sister colony to the north, saw the rise of partisan groups over the years before the outbreak of fighting with Britain. The "Tories" or Loyalists were the conservative force, grateful for the protection afforded their commercial interests by the British navy. South Carolina Loyalists, index Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution Index only ($) Revolutionary Claims Filed in South Carolina between Aug and Aug , e-book South Carolina, Civil War Service Records of Confederate Soldiers, Index and images.