Footnotes
  1. Mooney, Myths of the Cherokee, 506.
  2. See "A Map of North & South Carolina" and Samuel Lewis's "The State of South Carolina."; Mooney, Myths of the Cherokee, 531.
  3. Names in South Carolina, Vol.XXII, 22-23; Mooney, Myths of the Cherokee, 522.
  4. As quoted in LaVere, The Cherokee Lower Towns, 31.
  5. Bartram, Travels, 330.
  6. As quoted in LaVere, The Cherokee Lower Towns, 31.
  7. Bartram, Travels, 330.
  8. LaVere, The Cherokee Lower Towns, 7.
  9. Mooney, Myths of the Cherokee, 522.
  10. LaVere, The Cherokee Lower Towns, 22.
  11. Bartram, Travels, 330.
  12. LaVere, The Cherokee Lower Towns, 24.
  13. McCrady, The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 196.
  14. Bartram, Travels, 329-330.
  15. McCall, The History of Georgia, 312.
  16. Salley, The Calhoun Family of South Carolina.
  17. Lynch, Captain McCall & Alexander Cameron)
  18. McCrady, The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 192.
  19. Nichols, Alexander Cameron, 109.
  20. Nichols, Alexander Cameron, 107.
  21. McCrady, The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 196.
  22. McCrady, The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 197.
  23. McCrady, The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 197.; LaVere, The Cherokee Lower Towns.
  24. Miles, "Excavations At Clemson Uncover Fort Rutledge."
Images
  • Banner: "1776 Williamson Map." Drayton.
  • "Isunigu Entry." Mooney, Myths of the Cherokee, 522.
  • "1730 Hunter Map." Hunter.
  • "1760 Kitchin Map." Kitchin.
  • "1775 Cook-Mouzon Map." "A Map of North & South Carolina."
  • "1776 Williamson Map." Drayton.
  • "1777 Map." "A Map of the Lands Ceded."
  • "1795 Lewis Map." Lewis.
  • "Work Starts." U.S. Corps Army Engineers.
  • "Excavations." Miles.
  • "The Battle-Fields of South Carolina 1775-1780." McCrady.
  • "1776 Wiliamson Map." Drayton, Memoirs, Vol. 2.
  • "Excavations." Miles.
  • "Excavations." Miles.
Timeline (images & quotations)
  • "Francis Varnod's Census of Cherokee Towns, 1721." Sheriff, Cherokee Villages, 148.
  • "1730 Hunter Map." Hunter.
  • "1760 Kitchin Map." Kitchin.
  • "1766 British Military Map." Paterson.
  • "Carotutoy to Cameron." Haldimand Papers, H-1430, image 110.
  • "1775 Cook-Mouzon Map." "A Map of North & South Carolina."
  • "Treaty of Dewitt's Corner."
  • "1777 Map." "A Map of the Lands Ceded."
  • Drayton, Memoirs, Vol. 1, 426-427.
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