American Forts Network

SOUTHEAST

Bibliography of Works Consulted

This is a master listing of works consulted in my research on American Forts of the Southeastern United States. Additional information was gathered from many third-party websites, which will not be listed here. Websites are linked within the actual fort listings. Additional information and material was also sent in by email and regular postal mail from many people around the country, and may be noted as such within the actual fort listings, or on the yearly "update" pages.

Where a certain source was used for more than one state, it will be listed here only once, either under GENERAL REFERENCES, or under the first (or major) state referenced. Citations in blue indicate library sources that are not in my personal collection.


GENERAL REFERENCES

Sources previously listed under NORTHEASTERN GENERAL REFERENCES will not be repeated here


Aimone, Alan C., and Barbara A., A User's Guide to the Official Records of the American Civil War, 1993, White Mane Publishing Company, Inc., Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.

Bearss, Edwin C., Coastal Forts of the Southeastern United States - Bastions of History: 12 Forts in the National Park System that Illuminate Four Centuries of our Heritage, 1977, National Park Service, Denver Service Center, Denver, Colorado.

Browning, Robert M., Jr., From Cape Charles to Cape Fear: The North Atlantic Blockading Squadron during the Civil War, 1993, The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Browning, Robert M., Jr., Success is All That was Expected: The South Atlantic Blockading Squadron during the Civil War, 2002, Potomac Books, Inc., Dulles, Virginia.

Campi, James, Jr., Civil War Battlefields: Then and Now, 2002, Thunder Bay Press, San Diego, California.

Coggins, Jack, Arms and Equipment of the Civil War, 1962, 1990 (2004 reprint), Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, New York.

Coski, John M., The Confederate Navy, 2005, The Museum of the Confederacy, Richmond, Virginia.

Cowles, Calvin D., Capt. U.S. Army (compiler), The Official Military Atlas of the Civil War, 1895, 1983, reprint 2003, Barnes and Noble Publishing, Inc., New York.

Cromie, Alice, A Tour Guide to the Civil War, 1964, 1992 (4th edition, revised), Rutledge Hill Press, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee.

Davis, William, and Brian Pohanka, Don Troiani, Civil War Journal: The Battles, 1998, Rutledge Hill Press, Nashville, Tennessee.

Donald, David (editor), Divided We Fought: A Pictorial History of the War 1861-1865, 1952, The Macmillan Company, New York.

Donnelly, Ralph W., The Confederate States Marine Corps: The Rebel Leathernecks, 1989, White Mane Publishing Company, Inc., Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.

Dye, David H., and Cheryl Anne Cox (eds.), Towns and Temples Along the Mississippi, 1990, The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Ehle, John, Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation, 1988, reprint 1989, Anchor Books, New York.

Guernsey, Alfred H., and Henry M. Alden, Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War, 1866, undated facsimile reprint, The Fairfax Press, New York.

Hesseltine, William B. (ed.), Civil War Prisons, 1962, reprint 1972, The Kent State University Press, Kent, Ohio.

Holland, F. Ross, Jr., and Russell Jones, Special History Study: Masonry Forts of the National Park Service, 1973, National Park Service, Denver Service Center, Historic Preservation Team, Denver, Colorado.

Hudson, Charles, The Juan Pardo Expeditions: Exploration of the Carolinas and Tennessee, 1566-1568, 1990, 2005 revised edition, The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Hunt, O.E. (ed.), The Photographic History of the Civil War: Forts and Artillery, 1911, reprint 1987, The Blue and Grey Press, Edison, New Jersey.

Kahler, Herbert E., and F. Hilton Crowe, Hot Shot Furnaces, Popular Study Series History No. 7, undated (1941), National Park Service, Washington.

Kennedy, Frances H. (ed.), The Civil War Battlefield Guide, 1990, The Conservation Fund, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston.

Konstam, Angus, American Civil War Fortifications: Coastal Brick and Stone Forts, 2003, Osprey Publishing Ltd., Botley, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Mandel, Paul, Great Battles of the Civil War, 1963, LIFE Magazine Special, TIME Inc., New York.

Mallet, John W., Capt. CSA, Rules to be Observed in the Laboratories of C.S. Arsenals and Ordnance Depots, 1862, reprint 2002, Thomas Publications, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

McDonald, Jerry N., and Susan L. Woodward, Indian Mounds of the Atlantic Coast: A Guide to Sites from Maine to Florida, 1987, The McDonald and Woodward Publishing Co., Newark, Ohio.

McElfresh, Earl B., Maps and Mapmakers of the Civil War, 1999, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York.

McPherson, James M. (editor), The Atlas of the Civil War, 2005, Running Press Book Publishers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Morgan, William N., Precolumbian Architecture in Eastern North America, 1999, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

The National Historical Society (William C. Davis, ed.), The Image of War: 1861-1865 in six volumes, 1982, Doubleday and Company, Inc., Garden City, New York.

National Park Service, Along the Georgia Florida Coast: A National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary brochure, undated (2008).

National Park Service, Glimpses of Historical Areas East of the Mississippi River Administered by the National Park Service booklet, 1937.

National Park Service, Trail of Tears National Historic Trail brochures, 1996, 2012.

North Carolina Division of Tourism, and South Carolina Dept. of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism, Revolutionary War: Carolinas' Revolutionary War Trail, The Road to Victory, brochure, 2006.

Page, Dave, Ships Versus Shore: Civil War Engagements along Southern Shores and Rivers, 1994, Rutledge Hill Press, Nashville, Tennessee.

Pendery, Steven R., A Survey of French Fortifications in the New World, 1530-1650, 2010.

Robertson, James I., Jr., The Concise Illustrated History of the Civil War, 1979, The National Historical Society, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (1981 reprint by Eastern Acorn Press).

Russell, Lawrence T., Ships to Forts: The American Civil War at Sea, 1861-1865, undated, John Hinde Curteich, Americana Souvenirs and Gifts, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Sharf, J. Thomas, History of the Confederate States Navy: From Its Organization to the Surrender of Its Last Vessel, 1977 reprint edition, The Fairfax Press, Crown Publishers, Inc., New York.

Shaw, Henry I., Jr., Opening Moves: Marines Gear Up For War, 1991, Marine Corps Historical Center, Washington.

Shively, Julie, The Ideals Guide to American Civil War Places, 1999, Ideals Publishing Inc., Nashville, Tennessee.

Stein, R. Conrad, The Trail of Tears, 1985, revised 1993, Children's Press, Inc., Chicago.

Still, William N., Jr., Confederate Shipbuilding, 1969, University of Georgia Press, 1987 reprint, University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina.

Sutton, Robert K., and John A. Latschar (editors), The Reconstruction Era National Park Service Handbook, 2016, Eastern National.


GEORGIA

Georgia Atlas and Gazetteer, 2000 (2nd edition), DeLorme, Yarmouth, Maine.

Adams, James Mack, A History of Fort Screven, Georgia: Tybee Island's Military Heritage, 1996, reprint 2002, Tybee Island Historical Society, Tybee Island, Georgia.

Adams, James Mack, Tybee Island, 2000, reprint 2004, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Awtrey, Hugh R., New Echota: Birthplace of the American Indian Press, Popular Study Series History No. 6, 1941, National Park Service, Washington.

Cartersville Convention and Visitors Bureau, Allatoona Pass Battlefield brochure, undated.

Castel, Albert, The Campaign for Atlanta, 1996, National Park Civil War Series, Eastern National.

Christman, William E., Undaunted: The History of Fort McAllister, Georgia, 1996, Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources, Atlanta.

Coastal Heritage Society, Old Fort Jackson, Savannah, Georgia, 1808-1865 brochure and map, 2000.

Conner, Judson J., Muskets, Knives, and Bloody Marshes: The Fight for Colonial Georgia, 2001, The Saltmarsh Press, Inc., St. Simons Island, Georgia.

Cooke, R. Jervis, Sand and Grit: The Story of Fort McAllister, A Confederate Earthwork on the Great Ogeechee River, Genesis Point, Georgia, 1938, National Park Service, Fort Pulaski National Monument.

Cox, Dale, Fort Scott, Fort Hughes & Camp Recovery: Three 19th Century Military Sites in Southwest Georgia, 2016, Old Kitchen Books, Bascom, Florida.

Cox, Dale, and Rachel Conrad, Fort Gaines, Georgia: A Military History, 2016, Old Kitchen Books, Bascom, Florida.

Depken, Gerry, and Julie Powell, Fort Oglethorpe, 2009, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

de Quesada, Alejandro M., A History of Georgia Forts: Georgia's Lonely Outposts, 2011, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Dick, Susan E., and Mandi D. Johnson, Savannah 1733 to 2000: Photographs from the Collection of the Georgia Historical Society, 2001, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Donnell, James, Atlanta 1864: Sherman Marches South, 2016, Osprey Publishing Ltd., Oxford, United Kingdom.

Elliott, Daniel T., Argyle: Colonial Fort on the Ogeechee, LAMAR Institute Publication Series Report 38, 1997, United States Department of Defense, Legacy Resource Management Program, Fort Stewart, Georgia.

Elliott, Daniel T., Fort Hawkins: History and Archaeology, LAMAR Institute Research Publication Series Report 107, 2007, Savannah, Georgia, for the Fort Hawkins Commission and the City of Macon, Georgia.

Elliott, Daniel T., Point Peter and the St. Marys River Forts, LAMAR Institute Publication 62, 2002, Box Springs, Georgia.

Elliott, Daniel T., Stirring Up a Hornet's Nest: The Kettle Creek Battlefield Survey, LAMAR Institute Publication Series Report 131, 2009, Savannah, Georgia.

Elliott, Daniel T., and Rita Folse Elliott, Mount Pleasant: An Eighteenth-Century Yuchi Indian Town, British Trader Outpost, and Military Garrison in Georgia, 1990, LAMAR Institute, Inc., Watkinsville, Georgia.

Elliott, Daniel T., and Mike Bunn, Don Gordy, Terry Jackson, Fort Perry Reconnaissance, Marion County, Georgia, LAMAR Institute Publication Series Report 164, 2010, Savannah, Georgia.

Elliott, Rita Folse, From Mud to Brick: Archaeological Investigations at Old Fort Jackson, Savannah, Georgia, 2012, Coastal Heritage Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Elliott, Rita Folse, "The Greatest Event That Has Happened the Whole War": Archaeological Discovery of the 1779 Spring Hill Redoubt, Savannah, Georgia, 2011, Coastal Heritage Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Elliott, Rita Folse, and Daniel T. Elliott, Savannah Under Fire, 1779: Expanding the Boundaries, 2011, Coastal Heritage Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Elliott, Rita Folse, and Daniel T. Elliott, Savannah Under Fire, 1779: Identifying Savannah's Revolutionary War Battlefield, 2009, Coastal Heritage Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Gaines, William C., Confederate Defenses of Savannah, 1861-1865, in The Coast Defense Journal, Vol. 18, No. 1, Feb. 2004.

Gaines, William C., Fort Screven: The Modern System of Defense at Savannah, 1886-1946, in The Coast Defense Study Group Journal, Vol. 11, No. 3, Aug. 1997.

Gaines, William C., Second System Fortification Construction at Savannah, Georgia, 1807-1815, in The Journal of America's Military Past, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, Fall 2000.

Gaines, William C., Second-System Fortifications at Savannah, Georgia, 1807-1825, in The Coast Defense Journal, Vol. 17, No. 4, Nov. 2003.

Georgia Civil War Commission, The Presence of the Past: Tracking Georgia's Civil War Heritage brochure, undated.

Georgia Department of Economic Development, Georgia's Guide to the Civil War brochure, undated (2011).

Georgia Department of Economic Development, Georgia's Chickamauga Campaign Trail and Audio Tour brochure, undated.

Georgia Department of Economic Development, Georgia's Atlanta Campaign Trail and Audio Tour brochure, undated.

Georgia Department of Economic Development, Georgia's March to the Sea Campaign Trail and Audio Tour brochure, undated.

Georgia Historical Commission, Fort Jackson information sheet, 1971.

Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution, Georgia's Revolutionary War Trail pamphlet series (undated): Fight at Vann's Creek, Georgia, February 11, 1779; Battle of Kettle Creek, February 14, 1779; Elijah Clarke and John Dooly, Heroes of the Hornet's Nest; Augusta in the American Revolution; Battle of Brier Creek, March 3, 1779; Savannah in the American Revolution; Sunbury, Fort Morris and Midway; Frederica Naval Action, April 19, 1778.

Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites Division, Camp Lawton brochure, undated.

Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites Division, Fort King George State Historic Site: Walking Tour brochure, 2006.

Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites Division, Fort McAllister State Historic Park: Self-Guided Tour brochure, 2003.

Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites Division, Fort McAllister State Historic Park brochure and map, 1992.

Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites Division, Fort Morris State Historic Site: Walking Tour handout, undated.

Gillmore, Quincy A., The Siege and Reduction of Fort Pulaski, 1862, reprint 1988, Thomas Publications, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Guss, John Walker, Fortresses of Savannah, Georgia, 2002, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Hill, Sarah H., Cherokee Removal: Forts Along the Georgia Trail of Tears (Draft Report), March 2005, National Park Service and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Historic Preservation Division.

Hitchcock, Susan, Fort Pulaski National Monument, Cockspur Island Historic District: Cultural Landscape Report, 2011, National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office, Cultural Resources Division, Atlanta, Georgia.

Holder, Alex M., Jr., Trip Report: Wassaw Island, in Coast Defense Study Group News, Vol. 3, No. 1, Feb. 1989.

Holland, James W., Old Ebenezer typed report, 1936, National Park Service.

Ivers, Larry E., British Drums on the Southern Frontier: The Military Colonization of Georgia, 1733-1749, 1974 (2009 digital reprint), The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.

Jefferies, Richard W., and Christopher R. Moore, Mission San Joseph de Sapala: Mission-Period Archaeological Research on Sapelo Island, in Life Among the Tides: Recent Archaeology on the Georgia Bight, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, No. 98, June 2013.

Jones, Charles C., Jr., The Dead Towns of Georgia, 1878, reprint 1997, The Oglethorpe Press, Inc., Savannah, Georgia.

Kelly, A.R., Prehistoric Cultures of the Southeast, Popular Study Series History No. 4, 1941, National Park Service, Washington.

Laing, Warren, The Rise and Fall of Fort Pulaski, in The Coast Defense Study Group Journal, Vol. 10, No. 2, May 1996.

Lattimore, Ralston B., Fort Pulaski National Monument, Handbook 18, 1954, reprint 1961, National Park Service, Washington.

Lattimore, Ralston B., Siege and Surrender of Fort Pulaski, 1934, National Park Service, Fort Pulaski National Monument.

Lenz, Richard J., The Civil War in Georgia: An Illustrated Travelers' Guide, 1995, Infinity Press, Watkinsville, Georgia.

Lewis, Bessie, Old Fort King George, 2004, self-published.

Manucy, Albert C., Fort Frederica Historic Site Report, 1945, National Park Service, Saint Augustine, Florida.

Manucy, Albert C., The Fort at Frederica, 1962, Notes in Anthropology, Vol. 5, Department of Anthropology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.

Manuel, Dale A., Sentinals of Savannah, 1999, self-published.

Marsh, Michael Alan, Andersonville: The Story Behind the Scenery, 2000, KC Publications, Inc., Las Vegas, Nevada.

Martin, Scott, and Bernard F. Harris, Jr., Savannah 1779: The British turn South, 2017, Osprey Publishing Ltd., Oxford, United Kingdom.

McMurry, Richard M., The Road Past Kennesaw: The Atlanta Campaign of 1864, 1972, National Park Service, Office of Publications, Washington.

Miles, Jim, Fields of Glory: A History and Tour Guide of the War in the West, the Atlanta Campaign, 1864 (2nd Edition), 1989, 2002, Cumberland House Publishing, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee.

Miles, Jim, To the Sea: A History and Tour Guide of Sherman's March, 1989, Rutledge Hill Press, Nashville, Tennessee.

Moore, Christopher R., and Richard W. Jefferies, Investigating a Possible Spanish Military Structure at the Site of San Joseph de Sapala, Sapelo Island, Georgia, paper presented at the 2016 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Washington, DC.

National Park Service, Andersonville National Historic Site brochures, 1975, 1982, 2004, 2011, 2013.

National Park Service, Fort Frederica National Monument brochure, 1990.

National Park Service, Fort Pulaski National Monument booklet, 1940.

National Park Service, Fort Pulaski National Monument brochures, 1960, 1964, 1966, 1975, 1976, 1985, 2003.

National Park Service, Fort Pulaski NM, Trail Guide booklet, undated.

National Park Service, Fort Pulaski NM, undated handouts: Cockspur Island Lighthouse; The Nation Unravels; The Forgotten Warriors; From Slave to Soldier on the Georgia Coast.

National Park Service, Fort Pulaski National Monument: Administrative History, 2003, Cultural Resources Division, Southeast Regional Office, Atlanta, Georgia.

Northwest Georgia Travel Association, Blue and Gray Trail: A Guide to the Civil War Sites in Chattanooga and Northwest Georgia brochure, 2004.

Panamerican Consultants, Inc., and Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc., Battery Horace Hambright, Fort Pulaski National Monument, Georgia: Historic Structure Report, 2019, prepared for National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office, Cultural Resources, Partnership and Science Division, Atlanta, Georgia.

Pope, G.D., Jr., Ocmulgee National Monument, Handbook 24, 1956, reprint 1961, National Park Service, Washington.

Porter, Mary, and Victor D. Thompson, Amanda Roberts Thompson, Chester B. DePratter, The Native American and Spanish Mission Period Occupation of Creighton Island's North End Field, in Early Georgia, Vol. 44, Nos. 1 and 2, 2016.

Schiller, Herbert M., Sumter is Avenged: The Siege and Reduction of Fort Pulaski, 1995, White Mane Publishing Company, Inc., Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.

Sheely, Horace J., Jr., Siege of Savannah Battle Site, 1779, Georgia, 1965, National Park Service, Southeast Region.

Sullivan, James R., Chickamauga and Chattanooga Battlefields, Handbook 25, 1956, reprint 1961, National Park Service, Washington.

Thompson, Victor D., and John A. Turck, Amanda D. Roberts Thompson, Chester B. DePratter, Entangling Events: The Guale Coastal Landscape and the Spanish Missions, in Life Among the Tides: Recent Archaeology on the Georgia Bight, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, No. 98, June 2013.

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form: Fort Frederica National Monument, 1976.

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form: Fort Pulaski National Monument, 1975.

Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc., Fort Pulaski Historic Structure Report, Fort Pulaski National Monument, Chatham County, Georgia, 2014, prepared for National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office, Cultural Resources Division, Atlanta, Georgia.

Young, Rogers W., The Arming of Fort Pulaski 1828-1861, 1935, National Park Service.

Young, Rogers W., A Connecticut Yankee on the Georgia Coast: The Engineering Epic of Fort Pulaski, 1821-1861, 1938, National Park Service.

Young, Rogers W., Preliminary Memorandum on Frederica, St. Simon Island, Georgia, 1935, National Park Service.

Young, Rogers W., Robert E. Lee and Fort Pulaski, Popular Study Series History No. 11, 1941, National Park Service, Washington.

Zink, Robert D., Forts of "Wherever" #15 - The Forts of Georgia and the Atlantic Coast of Florida, in Coast Defense Study Group News, Vol. 6, No. 3, Aug. 1992.

various authors, Fort Pulaski and the Defense of Savannah, 1985, 1990, Eastern Acorn Press.


NORTH CAROLINA

North Carolina Atlas and Gazetteer, 2000 (4th edition), DeLorme, Yarmouth, Maine.

Angley, Wilson, A History of Fort Johnston on the Lower Cape Fear, 1996, Southport Historical Society, Inc., Southport, North Carolina.

Barfield, Rodney, Seasoned by Salt: A Historical Album of the Outer Banks, 1995, The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Barrett, John Gilchrist, North Carolina as a Civil War Battleground, 1861-1865, 1987, reprint 1995, North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Beck, Robin A., and David G. Moore, Christopher B. Rodning, Identifying Fort San Juan: A Sixteenth-Century Spanish Occupation at the Berry Site, North Carolina, in Southeastern Archaeology, Vol. 25, No. 1, Summer 2006.

Beck, Robin A., and David G. Moore, Christopher B. Rodning, Timothy J. Horsley, Sarah C. Sherwood, A Road to Zacatecas: Fort San Juan and the Defenses of Spanish La Florida, in American Antiquity, Vol. 83, No. 4, 2018, Society for American Archaeology.

Binkley, Cameron, and Steven Davis, Preserving the Mystery: An Administrative History of Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, 2003, National Park Service, Cultural Resources, Southeast Region, Atlanta, Georgia.

Bogart, Charles H., The Cape Hatteras Minefield, in The Coast Defense Study Group Journal, Vol. 14, No. 3, Aug. 2000.

Branch, Paul, Jr., Fort Macon: A History, 1999, The Nautical and Aviation Publishing Company of America, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.

Branch, Paul, Jr., Huggins Island Battery at Hammocks Beach State Park brochure, undated.

Branch, Paul, Jr., The Siege of Fort Macon, 1982, reprint 1988, Herald Printing Company, Morehead City, North Carolina.

Brunswick Town - Fort Anderson State Historic Site, Park Map, 1993.

Camden Tourism Development Authority, Battle of South Mills Driving Tour brochure, undated (2018), Camden, North Carolina.

Capps, Michael A., and Steven A. Davis, Moores Creek National Battlefield: An Administrative History, 1999, National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office, Cultural Resources Stewardship, Atlanta, Georgia.

Crumley, Brian T., Roanoke Island, 1865 to 1940, Special History Study, 2005, National Park Service, Cultural Resources Division, Southeast Regional Office, Atlanta, Georgia.

Currituck County Department of Travel and Tourism, Currituck County North Carolina Civil War Trails brochure, undated (2017), Moyock, North Carolina.

Dawson, Scott, The Lost Colony and Hatteras Island, 2020, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Duffus, Kevin P., War Zone: World War II Off the North Carolina Coast, 2012, Looking Glass Productions, Inc., Raleigh, North Carolina.

Dykeman, Wilma, With Fire and Sword: The Battle of Kings Mountain 1780, 1978, reprint 1991, National Park Service History Series, Washington.

Fonvielle, Chris E., Jr., Fort Anderson: Battle for Wilmington, 1999, Savas Publishing Company, Mason City, Iowa.

Fort Branch Battlefield Commission, Fort Branch brochure, undated.

Fort Fisher Restoration Committee, Inc., Fort Fisher: Gateway of the South, undated (2002 ?).

Fort Fisher State Historic Site, Park Map, undated.

Fort Fisher State Recreation Area, Park Map and brochure, undated (2006 ?).

Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, Secrets in the Sand: Archeology at Fort Raleigh, 1990-2010, Manteo, North Carolina, Archeological Resource Study, 2011, National Park Service, Manteo, North Carolina.

Gaines, William C., Defending the Cape Fear River, North Carolina, 1803-1945, in The Coast Defense Study Group Journal, Vol. 11, No. 4, Nov. 1997.

Gaines, William C., Fort Caswell and the Military Defenses on Oak Island at the Mouth of the Cape Fear River, North Carolina, unpublished manuscript, 1992.

Gaines, William C., Fort Johnston: A Summary History, 1745-1865, unpublished manuscript, 1992.

Gaines, William C., Fort Johnston, North Carolina, 1745-1865, in The Coast Defense Journal, Vol. 18, No. 3, Aug. 2004.

Gaines, William C., The Temporary Harbor Defenses of Beaufort Inlet, in Coast Defense Study Group News, Vol. 6, No. 4, Nov. 1992.

Goldsborough Bridge Battlefield: The Last Battle of Foster's Raid brochure, undated.

Grassl, Gary C., The Search for the First English Settlement in America: America's First Science Center, 2006, AuthorHouse, Bloomington, Indiana.

Grattan, John W., Under the Blue Pennant, or Notes of a Naval Officer, 1863-1865, (Robert J. Schneller, ed.), 1999, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York.

Groh, Lou, Moores Creek National Battlefield: Archeological Overview and Assessment, 1998, National Park Service, Southeast Archeological Center, Tallahassee, Florida.

Harrington, Jean C., Search for the Cittie of Ralegh: Archeological Excavations at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, North Carolina, Archeological Research Series No. 6, 1962, National Park Service, Washington.

Herring, Ethel, and Carolee Williams, Fort Caswell: In War and Peace, 1983, 1999 2nd Edition, North Carolina Baptist Assembly, Oak Island, North Carolina.

Holder, Alex M., Jr., Trip Report - Cape Lookout (NC), in Coast Defense Study Group News, Vol. 3, No. 1, Feb. 1989.

Hitt, Michael D., Fort Holmes, Smith Island, North Carolina, Currently known as Bald Head Island pamphlet, undated, Old Baldy Foundation, Bald Head Island, North Carolina.

Hogan, Michael D., Ft. Anderson...Wilmington's Last Line of External Defense (Part 1) article, in Southport NC Magazine, January-February 2005.

Hogan, Michael D., North Carolina Forts: Fort Johnston in Transition (Parts 1-4) articles, in Southport NC Magazine, May-June, July-August, September-October, November-December, 2004.

Johnson, Clint, Touring the Carolinas' Civil War Sites, 1996, John F. Blair, Publisher, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Jones, Randell, In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone, 2005, John F. Blair, Publisher, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Keith, H.J., Guns of the Cape Fear: The Civil War Defenses of Wilmington, North Carolina, Volume One: The First Nineteen Months, 2011 (1st paper ed.) (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 electronic eds.), Confederate Imprints, Eagle, Idaho.

Kupperman, Karen O., Roanoke: The Abandoned Colony (2nd Edition), (1984) 2007, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., Lanham, Maryland.

Lee, E. Lawrence, Indian Wars in North Carolina, 1663-1763, 1963, 1968 reprint, State Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Maass, John R., The French & Indian War in North Carolina: The Spreading Flames of War, 2013, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

McMullan, Philip S., Jr., Beechland and the Lost Colony, 2010 thesis, North Carolina State University (2014, Pamlico and Albemarle Publishing, Nags Head, North Carolina).

Moore, Mark A., The Wilmington Campaign and the Battles for Fort Fisher, 1999, Savas Publishing Company, Mason City, Iowa.

Moore, David G., Finding a Lost Spanish Fort (North Carolina's Real First Colony) pamphlet, 2007, North Carolina Museum of History, reprinted from Tar Heel Junior Historian, Vol. 47, Issue 1 (Fall 2007).

National Park Service, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site brochures, 1974, 1991, 2018.

National Park Service, Fort Raleigh NHS, Archeology: Using today's technology to search for yesterday handout, undated (1985 ?).

National Park Service, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site Cultural Landscapes Inventory, 2010.

National Park Service, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site Historic Resource Study, 1999, NPS Southeast Region, Atlanta, Georgia.

National Park Service, Guilford Courthouse National Military Park brochures, 1972, 1981, 2010.

National Park Service, Moores Creek National Battlefield brochure, 1997.

National Park Service, Moores Creek National Military Park brochures, 1970, 1976, 1979.

National Park Service, Moores Creek NMP, The Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, February 27, 1776 brochure, undated (1979 ?).

National Park Service, Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Trail of Tears National Historic Trail - North Carolina Map and Guide brochure, 2016.

New Bern Historical Society, The Battle of New Bern, March 14th, 1862 brochure, undated (2012 ?).

New Bern Historical Society, New Bern Battlefield Park Self-Guided Walking Tour brochure, undated (2012 ?).

North Carolina Civil War Tourism Council, Inc., North Carolina Civil War Trails brochure, undated.

North Carolina Civil War Trails, Carolinas Campaign: End of the War brochure, 2005.

North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Town Creek Indian Mound brochure, 2000 (?).

North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Alamance Battleground brochure, undated.

North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Bentonville Battleground brochure, undated.

North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Brunswick Town - Fort Anderson brochure, undated.

North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Fort Dobbs brochure, undated.

North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Fort Fisher brochure, undated.

North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation, Fort Macon State Park brochure and park map, undated.

North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation, A Guide and brief history of Fort Macon brochure, 2008.

North Carolina Office of Archives and History, The Revolutionary War in North Carolina brochure, 2004.

Port O' Plymouth Roanoke River Museum, The Battle of Plymouth brochure, 1992.

Porter, Charles W., III, Adventurers to a New World: The Roanoke Colony, 1585-87, 1972, National Park Service, Office of Publications, Washington.

Porter, Charles W., III, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, North Carolina, Handbook 16, 1952, revised 1965, National Park Service, Washington.

Porter, Charles W., III, Fort Raleigh and the First English Settlement in the New World, Handbook 130, 1985, National Park Service, Division of Publications, Washington.

Pullen, Drew, Portrait of the Past: The Civil War on Hatteras Island, North Carolina, 2001, Robert V. Drapula Publishing, Mt. Holly, New Jersey.

Pullen, Drew, Portrait of the Past: The Civil War on Roanoke Island, North Carolina, 2002, Robert V. Drapula Publishing, Mt. Holly, New Jersey.

Quinn, David B., The Lost Colonists: Their Fortune and Probable Fate, 1984 (11th printing 2010), North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Rankin, Hugh F., North Carolina in the American Revolution, 1959, reprint 1996, North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Reid, Courtland T., Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, Handbook 30, 1959, reprint 1961, National Park Service, Washington.

Sloan, Kim, A New World: England's first view of America, 2007, The British Museum Press, London, England, United Kingdom.

Smith, Robert K., The History of Fort Ocracoke in Pamlico Sound, 2015, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Stallman, David A., Women in the Wild Blue: Target-Towing WASP at Camp Davis, 2006 (2nd edition), Echoes Press, Carlisle Printing, Sugarcreek, Ohio.

Trading Ford Historic District Preservation Association, Trading Ford: Ten Thousand Years of American History in Piedmont North Carolina, Rowan and Davidson Counties, 2009, Salisbury, North Carolina.

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form: Lane's New Fort in Virginia/Cittie of Raleigh (Fort Raleigh National Historic Site) (Roanoke Island), 1978.

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form: Moores Creek National Military Park (Pender County), 1977, with 1987 Boundary Increase Addendum and 1996 Amendment.

Virginia Civil War Trails, Inc., North Carolina Civil War Trails brochure, 2007.

Whisnant, David E., and Anne M. Whisnant, Gateway to the Atlantic World: Cape Lookout National Seashore Historic Resource Study, 2015, Organization of American Historians and the National Park Service, Cultural Resources Division, Southeast Region, Atlanta, Georgia.

World War II Wilmington Home Front Heritage Coalition, World War II Heritage Guide Map of Wilmington and Southeastern North Carolina brochure, 2006.


SOUTH CAROLINA

South Carolina Atlas and Gazetteer, 2003 (2nd edition), DeLorme, Yarmouth, Maine.

Alvarez, Eugene, Parris Island, 2002, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Amer, Christopher F., and Jonathan Leader, Larry Babits, Lynn Harris, Mars Bluff Navy Yard, in Legacy, Vol. 13, No. 2, August 2009, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina.

Barnes, Frank, Fort Sumter National Monument, Handbook 12, 1952 (revised 1962), National Park Service, Washington.

Bearss, Edwin C., Battery Jasper Historic Structures Report - Part II: Historical Data Section, Fort Sumter National Monument, Sullivan's Island, South Carolina, 1968, National Park Service, Division of History, Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, Washington.

Bearss, Edwin C., The Battle of Sullivan's Island and the Capture of Fort Moultrie: A Documented Narrative and Troop Movement Maps, 1968, National Park Service, Division of History, Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, Washington.

Bearss, Edwin C., The First Two Fort Moultries: A Structural History, Fort Sumter National Monument, 1968, National Park Service, Division of History, Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, Washington.

Bearss, Edwin C., Military Units Posted at Fort Moultrie: 1776-1939 manuscript, 1973, National Park Service, Historic Preservation-East.

Bearss, Edwin C., Special History Study: Fort Moultrie HECP-HDCP, Fort Sumter National Monument, South Carolina, 1974, National Park Service, Historic Preservation Team, Denver Service Center, Denver, Colorado.

Burton, Beatrice, and Megan Taylor Shockley, Orville V. Burton, Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Historical Park, Charleston, SC: Administrative History, 2020, National Park Service.

Castel, Albert, Fort Sumter: 1861, 1976, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (1981 reprint by Eastern Acorn Press).

Cawood, Hobart G., Combat History of Fort Sumter 1863-1865, 1962, National Park Service, Fort Sumter National Monument.

Crooks, Daniel J., Jr., Lee in the Lowcountry: Defending Charleston and Savannah 1861-1862, 2008, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

DePratter, Chester B., and James B. Legg, Kalla E. DePratter, Columbia's Two Civil War Prison Camps - Camp Asylum and Camp Sorghum, in Legacy, Vol. 15, No. 1, March 2011, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina.

DePratter, Chester B., and Stanley South, James B. Legg, Charlesfort Discovered!, in Legacy, Vol. 1, Issue 1, July 1996, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina.

Dunkerly, Robert M., and Eric K. Williams, Old Ninety Six: A History & Guide, 2006 (fourth printing 2013), The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Ferguson, James N., An Overview of the Events at Fort Sumter, 1829-1991, 1991, National Park Service, Historic American Buildings Survey, Washington.

Gadsden Cultural Center, Sullivan's Island, 2004, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Gaines, William C., Castle Pinckney and the Fortifications of Shute's Folly Island, Charleston Harbor, in The Coast Defense Journal, Vol. 17, No. 3, Aug. 2003.

Gaines, William C., Fort Darrell (Mechanic) and the Defenses of Charleston, in The Coast Defense Journal, Vol. 17, No. 3, Aug. 2003.

Gaines, William C., Fort Johnson at Windmill Point, James Island, Charleston Harbor, in The Coast Defense Journal, Vol. 17, No. 4, Nov. 2003.

Gaines, William C., A History of the Modern Coastal Defenses of Charleston, South Carolina: Part I, 1894-1939, in The Coast Defense Study Group Journal, Vol. 12, No. 3, Aug. 1998.

Gaines, William C., A History of the Modern Coastal Defenses of Charleston, South Carolina: Part II, The Harbor Defenses of Charleston in World War II, in The Coast Defense Study Group Journal, Vol. 12, No. 4, Nov. 1998.

Garner, John C., Jr., Historic Structure Report, Architectural Data Section: Fort Moultrie, Fort Sumter National Monument, Charleston, South Carolina, 1973, National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office, Office of Professional Services, Planning and Design Division, Atlanta, Georgia.

Hamer, Fritz P., Charleston Reborn: A Southern City, Its Navy Yard and World War II, 2005, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Higgins, David R., The Swamp Fox: Francis Marion's Campaign in the Carolinas 1780, 2013, Osprey Publishing Ltd., Botley, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Insley, Bob, Hilton Head Island and the Civil War information sheet, undated, The Coastal Discovery Museum, Hilton Head, South Carolina.

Insley, Bob, The Steamgun information sheet, undated, The Coastal Discovery Museum, Hilton Head, South Carolina.

Ivers, Larry E., Colonial Forts of South Carolina, 1670-1775, Tricentennial Booklet Number 3, 1970 (2nd printing 1971), South Carolina Tricentennial Commission, University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina.

Jensen, Leslie D., The Fort Sumter Flags: A Study in Documentation and Authentication, 1982, National Park Service, Harpers Ferry Center, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.

The Junior League of Charleston (comp.), Historic Charleston Guidebook, 1967, reprint 1972, Historic Charleston Foundation, Inc., Charleston, South Carolina.

Leader, Jonathan, Mount Dearborn Project (38CS307): Initial Survey of an Early 19th Century Arsenal, Big Island, Great Falls, South Carolina, in Legacy, Vol. 10, Issue 1, June 2006, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina.

Lee, Cindy, A Tour of Historic Sullivan's Island, 2010, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Logan, Patricia A., and David G. Anderson, Francis Marion National Forest Cultural Resources Overview, 1981, U.S. Forest Service, Columbia, South Carolina.

Lyon, Eugene, Santa Elena: A Brief History of the Colony, 1566-1587, Research Manuscript Series 193, 1984, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina.

Manuel, Dale A., Fort Fremont and the Defenses of Port Royal Sound, South Carolina, in The Coast Defense Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4, Nov. 2002.

Manuel, Dale A., Forts Hampton, Winyaw, and Marion: Second-System Coastal Forts of the Carolinas, in The Coast Defense Journal, Vol. 17, No. 4, Nov. 2003.

McNeil, Jim, Charleston's Navy Yard: A Picture History, 1985, Naval Civilian Administrators Association, Charleston, South Carolina.

National Park Service, Cowpens National Battlefield brochures, 1998, 2005.

National Park Service, Fort Moultrie brochures, 1972, 1976, 2003.

National Park Service, Fort Moultrie, undated handouts: How Does a Cannon Work ? (2005); Edgar Allan Poe; Osceola; Fort Moultrie Reservation 1898-1947; Battery Jasper, African Passages.

National Park Service, Fort Sumter: Anvil of War, Handbook 127, 1984, Division of Publications, Washington.

National Park Service, Fort Sumter National Monument brochures, 1961, 1967, 1969, 1977, 1982, 1989, 2003.

National Park Service, Fort Sumter NM, undated handouts: Battery Wagner; Flags of Fort Sumter (2006).

National Park Service, Fort Sumter NM, Fort Sumter Historic Structure Assessment Report, 1992.

National Park Service, Kings Mountain National Military Park brochures, 1990, 2005.

National Park Service, Ninety-Six National Historic Site brochures, 1984, 2004.

National Park Service, Ninety-Six NHS, Gouedy Trail brochure, undated.

National Park Service, Southeast Region, Battle of Camden and Historic Camden Special Resource Study, 2015.

Palmetto Conservation Foundation, The Battle of Camden Hiking Trail and Historic Camden brochure, undated.

Pinckney, Roger, Yankees on King Cotton's Coast, in Civil War Times Illustrated Magazine, Vol. 38, No. 1, March 1999.

Reid, Ronald P., The Battle of Sullivan's Island, in American History Magazine, December 1998.

Russell, Lawrence T., Civil War of Charleston, South Carolina: A City Under Siege, undated, John Hinde Curteich, Charleston Postcard Company, Charleston, South Carolina.

Ryan, Mike, The Historic Guns of Forts Sumter and Moultrie, 1997, National Park Service, Fort Sumter National Monument, Charleston, South Carolina.

Scoggins, Michael C., The Old Catawba Forts info sheet, August 2005, Culture and Heritage Museums.

Simmons, Rick, Defending South Carolina's Coast: The Civil War from Georgetown to Little River, 2009, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Smith, David, Camden 1780: The annihilation of Gates' Grand Army, 2016, Osprey Publishing Ltd., Oxford, United Kingdom.

South, Stanley A., Fickle Forts on Windmill Point: Exploratory Archeology at Fort Johnson, South Carolina, Research Manuscript Series Number 81, in Notebook, Vol. 7, Issue 6, 1975, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina.

South Carolina Dept. of Archives and History, South Carolina Historical Markers: A Guidebook, Winter 2019, online PDF version.

South Carolina Dept. of Natural Resources, Fort Lamar Self-Guided Tour brochure, 1998.

South Carolina Dept. of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism, South Carolina: Major Sites of the Revolution brochure, 2002.

South Carolina National Heritage Corridor, Military Heritage Trail brochure, 2008.

Stello, R. Alan, Jr., Arsenal of History: The Powder Magazine of South Carolina, 2013, The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina.

Stokely, Jim, Constant Defender: The Story of Fort Moultrie, 1978, National Park Service, Washington.

Stokely, Jim, Fort Moultrie: Constant Defender, Handbook 136, 1985, National Park Service, Division of Publications, Washington.

Trask, George Graham, and Marie Bernice La Touche, Beautiful Beaufort by the Sea: Guide to Beaufort, South Carolina, 1992, 1994 (3rd edition), Coastal Village Press, Beaufort, South Carolina.

Trinkley, Michael, and Natalie Adams, Debi Hacker, The Property Nobody Wanted: Archaeological and Historical Investigations at Fort Johnson, S.C., Research Series 43, 1994, Chicora Foundation, Inc., Columbia, South Carolina.

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form: Historic Beaufort (Beaufort Historic District), 1969, with 1986, 1994, and 2001 Addendums.

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form: Old Ninety Six and Star Fort, 1969.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, The Lights: A Brief History of the Cape Romain Lighthouses brochure, 2012.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, Welcome to Bulls Island at Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge brochure, undated.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Santee National Wildlife Refuge, Santee Indian Mound and Fort Watson brochure, undated.

Whitley, Thomas G., Archaeological Data Recovery at Riverfront Village (38AK933): A Mississippian/Contact Period Occupation (Volume 1), Aiken County, South Carolina, 2013, Brockington and Associates, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia.

Whitley, Thomas G., Conflict and Confusion on the Middle Savannah: The 17th to 18th Century Occupation at Riverfront Village (38AK933), Aiken County, South Carolina, undated.

Wilcox, Arthur M., and Warren Ripley, The Civil War at Charleston, 1966, 2001 (22nd edition), The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina.

Williams, Marshall W., The Story of the Excavation of Fort Prince George, Pickens County, South Carolina, LAMAR Institute Publication 145, 2009, Savannah, Georgia.

Williford, Glen M., Turn of the Century Coast Defenses at Hilton Head Island, in The Coast Defense Study Group Journal, Vol. 9, No. 3, Aug. 1995.

Wise, Stephen R., Gate of Hell: Campaign for Charleston Harbor, 1863, 1994, University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina.

Young, Rogers W., Castle Pinckney: Silent Sentinel of Charleston Harbor typed report, 1936, National Park Service.

Zeller, Bob, Where Push Came to Shove, in Civil War Times Illustrated Magazine, Vol. 40, No. 1, March 2001.

Zink, Robert D., Forts of "Wherever" #14 - North and South Carolina, in Coast Defense Study Group News, Vol. 6, No. 2, May 1992.


TENNESSEE

Tennessee Atlas and Gazetteer, 2001 (6th edition), DeLorme, Yarmouth, Maine.

Ahlman, Todd M., and Daniel L. Marcel, Nicholas P. Herrmann, Bradley A. Creswell, Salvage of an Eroding Feature at the Tellico Blockhouse, Tellico Reservoir, Monroe County, Tennessee, in Tennessee Archaeology, Vol. 1, No. 2, Summer 2005.

Bearss, Edwin C., The Fall of Fort Henry, Tennessee, reprinted from The West Tennessee Historical Society Papers, Vol. XVII, 1963, by Eastern National Park and Monument Association, Fort Donelson National Military Park, Dover, Tennessee.

Bearss, Edwin C., The History of Fortress Rosecrans, 1960, National Park Service, Stones River National Military Park, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

Bearss, Edwin C., Unconditional Surrender: The Fall of Fort Donelson, reprinted from Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXI, Nos. 1 and 2, March, June, 1962.

C.H. Nash Museum and Chucalissa Visitors Guide, undated booklet, University of Memphis.

City of Kingston, Department of Parks and Recreation, Fort Southwest Point 1797-1811 brochure, undated.

Civil War Trails, Inc., Tennessee Civil War Trails mapguide, 2016, Richmond, Virginia.

Compton, Brian Patrick, Revised History of Fort Watauga, Masters thesis, May 2005, Department of History, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee.

Connelly, Thomas L., Civil War Tennessee: Battles and Leaders, 1979, reprint 2004, The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Dillahunty, Albert, Shiloh National Military Park, Handbook 10, 1955, reprint 1961 (1977 print), National Park Service, Washington.

Fort Loudoun Association, Historic Fort Loudoun booklet, undated.

Gavin, Michael T., Battery Hill Earthworks, Carthage, Tennessee: Heritage Development Plan, 2010, Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area, Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University.

Gerson, Noel B., Franklin: America's "Lost State", 1968, Crowell-Collier Press, The Macmillan Co., New York City.

Goodlettsville Parks and Recreation, Historic Mansker's Station brochure, undated, Goodlettsville, Tennessee.

James White's Fort Association, James White's Fort, Knoxville's 1st Home booklet, undated.

Knox Heritage, Historic Downtown Knoxville Walking Tour brochure, 2016, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Markel, Joan L., Knoxville in the Civil War, 2013, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina.

Middle Tennessee State University, African American Studies Program, Cemetery Community brochure, undated (2014 ?).

Miles, Jim, Paths to Victory: A History and Tour Guide of the Stone's River, Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Knoxville, and Nashville Campaigns, 1991, Rutledge Hill Press, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee.

Miles, Jim, Piercing the Heartland: A History and Tour Guide of the Fort Donelson, Shiloh, and Perryville Campaigns, 1991, Rutledge Hill Press, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee.

Moore, Wayne C., A Path Divided: Tennessee's Civil War Heritage Trail handbook, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2016, The Tennessee Wars Commission, Nashville, Tennessee.

Nance, Benjamin C., The Trail of Tears in Tennessee: A Study of the Routes Used During the Cherokee Removal of 1838, 2001, Tennessee Dept. of Environment and Conservation, Division of Archaeology.

National Park Service, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park brochure, 2008.

National Park Service, Fort Donelson National Battlefield brochures, 1993, 1997, 2010.

National Park Service, Fort Donelson NB, handouts: National Cemetery (undated); Dover Hotel: The Surrender House (2012).

National Park Service, Fort Donelson National Military Park brochure, 1982.

National Park Service, Stones River National Battlefield brochures, 1962, 1966, 1974, 1985, 1996, 2012.

National Park Service, Stones River NB, Fortress Rosecrans handout, 2000.

National Park Service, Stones River NB, Hazen Brigade Monument handout, undated.

National Park Service, Stones River NB, The Civil War in Rutherford County handout, 2003.

National Park Service, Stones River NB, Trail Guide, undated.

National Park Service, Stones River NB, Cultural Landscapes Inventory: Curtain Wall No. 2 and Lunettes, 1998.

National Park Service, Stones River NB, Cultural Landscapes Inventory: McFadden Farm Unit, 1998.

National Park Service, Stones River NB, Cultural Landscapes Inventory: Nashville Pike Unit, 2007.

National Park Service, Stones River NB, Cultural Landscapes Inventory: Redoubt Brannan, 1998.

National Park Service, Southeast Region, Battle of Franklin Sites, Williamson County, Tennessee: Special Resource Study, 2009.

National Park Service, Southeast Region, Remnants of Fortress Rosecrans: Lunettes Palmer and Thomas, Old Fort Park, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Preservation and Management Plan, Environmental Assessment, 1991.

Poe, Orlando M., The Defense of Knoxville article in "The Century Magazine", 1886, reprinted booklet (2003) by Charles A. Reeves, Jr..

Riggins, Van L., A History of Fort Donelson National Military Park, Tennessee, 1958, National Park Service.

Strickland, Colin A., and Timothy S. Huebner, From Civil War Fort to State Park: A History of Fort Pillow booklet (draft), undated (2006 ?), Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area, Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University.

Styles, Sean M., Stones River National Battlefield: Historic Resource Study, 2004, National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office, Cultural Resources Division, Atlanta, Georgia.

Sword, Wiley, The Battle of Shiloh, 1978, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Tennessee Dept. of Environment and Conservation, Division of Archaeology, An Archaeological Interpretation of the Site of Fort Blount, a 1790s Territorial Militia and Federal Military Post, Jackson County, Tennessee, Research Series Number 12, 2000, Nashville, Tennessee.

Tennessee Dept. of Environment and Conservation, Division of Archaeology, Fort Southwest Point Archaeological Site, Kingston, Tennessee: A Multidisciplinary Interpretation, Research Series Number 9, 1993, Nashville, Tennessee.

Tennessee Dept. of Tourism, Tennessee Antebellum Trail Guide: Antebellum Homes and Civil War Sites brochure, 1995.

Tennessee Historical Commission, Tennessee Historical Markers, 1996 (8th edition), Nashville, Tennessee.

Tennessee State Parks, Fort Loudoun State Park brochure, 2015.

Tennessee State Parks, Sellars Farm State Archaeological Area: A Walking Tour brochure, undated.

Tennessee State Parks, Sycamore Shoals State Park brochure, 2017.

Tennessee State Parks, Sycamore Shoals SHP, Fort Watauga! Self-guided Tour brochure, undated.

Tennessee State Parks, Sycamore Shoals SHP, Park Map and Visitor Information brochure, undated.

Tucker, Glenn, The Battle of Chickamauga!, 1969, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Tucker, Glenn, The Battles for Chattanooga, 1971, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (1981 reprint by Eastern Acorn Press).

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form: Fort Donelson National Military Park and National Cemetery, 1976.

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form: Stones River National Military Park (National Battlefield), 1978.

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Johnsonville Historic District (Humphreys County), 2000.

U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Parker's Crossroads Battlefield (Henderson County), 1999.

Visit Knoxville, Divided Loyalties: A Civil War Driving Tour of Knoxville brochure, 2015.

Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau, The Battle of Franklin, November 30, 1864: A Self-guided Driving Tour brochure, undated, Franklin, Tennessee.

various authors, The Campaigns for Fort Donelson, 1983, 1992, Eastern Acorn Press.

various authors, Hood's Nashville Campaign, 1964, Historical Times Inc., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.


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