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Major Websites

Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution
South Carolina Loyalists and Tories
The American Revolutionary War
Overmountain Victory Trail Association
Tennesseans in the Revolutionary War
Learn North Carolina History
Rutherford County Historical Society
Library of the Revolutionary War by John Robertson of Shelby, NC
Kings Mountain National Park
And many genealogical sites