This series of twelve
biographies spotlight men and women whose acts of bravery during America’s
Revolutionary War contributed to the end of British rule in the colonies. These
stories portray individuals who lived in South Carolina or in some way served in
the 137 battles fought in South Carolina. The books are suitable for grades
three to eight. Each illustrated volume includes a map, glossary, bibliography,
and suggested classroom activities.
Each illustrated volume includes a map, glossary, bibliography, and
suggested classroom activities.
BRAVE BLACK PATRIOTS
slaves and freedmen helped win our nation’s freedom. This book holds accounts of
some black Americans whose deeds of bravery were recorded.
78 pages. 2002. ISBN
This is the story of Rebecca Brewton Motte
and her courageous sacrifice that helped America win its independence. More
56 pages. 2001. ISBN
In the Spring of 1780 Thomas Sumter
galloped from his home in the High Hills to recruit a band of backwoodsmen in
the Upcountry of South Carolina.
84 pages. 2000. ISBN
OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Women played important roles on the home
front and the battlefield during the American Revolution. Many have never been
recognized for their contributions. More
99 pages. 2003. ISBN 0-87844-170-0, $9.95
distinguished himself as a cavalryman in the Revolutionary War.
84 pages. April 2004. ISBN 0-87844-172-7, $9.95
MAN WHO LOVED THE FLAG
leapt over the wall at Fort Moultrie and saved the flag as cannons boomed and
rifle fire showered around him.
pages. 1997. ISBN 0-87844-135-2, $9.95
Daniel Morgan led a company
of militia through numerous battles including Saratoga.
88 pages. 2002. ISBN 0-87844-165-4, $9.95
Nathanael Greene went
Quaker beliefs to bear arms and join in the
fight for America’s right to self-government.
90 pages. 2001. ISBN 0-87844-160-3, $9.95
REVOLUTIONARY SWAMP FOX
General Francis Marion outfoxed the
British soldiers with daring raids and clever disappearing acts into the swamps
of the Lowcountry. More info... 84
pages. 1999. ISBN 0-87844-147-6, $9.95
THE SECRET MESSAGE
As the British army lay between
Greene’s and Sumter’s camps, Emily
Geiger rode through the dangerous
enemy territory to deliver an important message. More
44 pages. 1998. ISBN 0-87844-145-X, $9.95
REVOLUTIONARY WAR HEROINE
Laodicea “Dicey” Langston
paid close attention to the words and actions of her Tory neighbors.
44 pages. 2000.
ISBN 0-87844-154-9, $9.95
THE WIZARD OWL
Andrew Pickens did for the
Upcountry what Francis Marion and Thomas Sumter did for the Lowcountry.
86 pages. 2003. ISBN 0-87844-167-0, $9.95
HEROES AND HEROINES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
44 pages. April 2004
Softcover, ISBN 0-87844-173-5, $1.95