Dr. Martha King, Associate Editor, Papers of Thomas Jefferson. Having served as NHPRC fellow in Documentary Editing on the Laurens Papers, Dr. King is familiar with South Carolina Revolutionary issues. She is in particular a scholar of Revolutionary era southern women.

Dr. Charles Lesser, Emeritus Senior Historian, South Carolina Department of Archives and History. As senior archivist or assistant director of SCDAH from 1975 to the present, Dr. Lesser is the most knowledgeable scholar in the state on its colonial and Revolutionary era records.

Dr. Marty Matthews, Curator of Research for the North Carolina Division of Historic Sites and Properties and Adjunct Professor of History at North Carolina State University. Dr. Matthews' PhD dissertation on Charles Pinckney was published by the University of South Carolina Press in 2004 as Forgotten Founder: The Life and Times of Charles Pinckney.

Dr. Alexander Moore, Senior Editor, University of South Carolina Press. Before his current position, Dr. Moore served as Director of the South Carolina Historical Society, and was an editor with the Papers of John C. Calhoun. He is a scholar of colonial South Carolina, has a wide expertise on its documentation in repositories throughout the South, and has published a study of the South Carolina Society of the Cincinnati.

Dr. Robert Weir, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History, University of South Carolina, is the state’s most distinguished historian of its late colonial and revolutionary era political history.