Site design was created by Natalie Mahaffey.
Site was developed by Jamie Durant, Melissa Hammond, Ashley Leamon, Natalie Mahaffey, Christie-Anne Putnam, and Jessica Wall.
This website was developed as a class project for an English course taught by Jennifer Liethen Kunka, Ph.D. at Francis Marion University.
A large part of the bibliography was developed by Suzanne Singleton, Assistant Reference Librarian at Francis Marion University's Rogers Library. The University also holds special collections in the Arundel Room of the James A. Rogers Library.
This site is hosted by Francis Marion University.
Much of the information on this site came from the following sources, which are cited throughout the website:
Bass, Robert D. Swamp Fox: The Life and Campaigns of General Francis Marion. 1959. Columbia: Sandlapper Press, 1972.
Rankin, Hugh F. Francis Marion: The Swamp Fox. Leaders of the American Revolution Series. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1973.
Barrett, Bob. Dunham's Bluff Dig. April 2007.
Huggins, Gretchen. Sunset. 2007.
Lea, Bill. A Bromeliad: Spanish Moss. 22 Feb. 2006. Southern Research Station Headquarters. 28 Nov. 2007. http://www.srs.fs.usda.gov/gallery/main.php?g2_itemId=439.
Palmer, James. Chasing the Swamp Fox. 2004.
Smith, Steve. Artifacts from Dunham's Bluff. 2007.