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BOOK - Loyalist Refugees, Non-Military Refugees in Quebec 1776-1784 - Second Edition
By Gavin K. Watt
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2016
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Soldiers did not come alone. In the past, wives, mothers, fathers, grandparents, sisters, brothers and children of the fighting men have been given secondary treatment. In Loyalist Refugees, they are the subjects of a study describing the systematic persecution that forced so many to seek refuge in Quebec. How these unfortunate people were housed, fed, clothed and employed is examined, as is their desperate unhappiness and discontent.
8.5 X 11"
Coil bound Edition
8.5 X 11"
This book identifies and lists details for more than 2,000 non-military loyalist refugees who sheltered in lower Quebec during the American Revolution—pointing researchers to crucial primary and secondary sources in Canada, the USA, and the UK. Many if not most of these refugees migrated to places across British North America and beyond, after their period of sanctuary in Quebec.
NOTE to buyers of the First Edition: The Second Edition is near identical to the First Edition. Two pages of individuals were added to the Second Edition. Here is a complimentary list of the additions that were made to the Second Edition that are not inclluded in the First Edition.
- Chapter One: Why Refugees and Why So Many?
- Chapter Two: Waves of Loyalists
- Chapter Three: What to do with the Refugees?
- Chapter Four: Complications Increase
- Chapter Five: The Flood Continues
- Chapter Six: Interpreting the Refugee Roll
- The Refugee Roll - identifies and lists details for more than 2,000 non-military loyalist refugees
- Key to Source Documents
- Surname Concordance
- Refugee communities east and south of Montreal
- Communities in the vicinity of Montreal
- 368 pages
- 8.5 X 11"
- Coil bound
- Roll of non-military Loyalist refugees in Quebec
- Notes and sources
- Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 2016
ISBN 978-1-77240-042-7 Spiral Bound
ISBN 978-1-77240-041-0 Hardcover
ISBN 978-1-77240-043-4 Digital (pdf)
- "...approximately 2500 entries representing over 6500 individuals… a reference every Loyalist researcher should have." Bobbi King, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter
- "...a good resource for genealogists researching their Loyalist ancestors, especially those who settled in Quebec. The book also includes maps of refugee communities east and south of Montreal and in the vicinity of Montreal." Gail Dever, Genealogy Ala Carte (blog)
About the author: Gavin K. Watt|
Gavin Watt has studied Canada's role in the American Revolution for forty years and has eleven books published on the subject. He pursues a life-long interest in military history and has re-enacted in four historical eras. Gavin is a honourary Vice-President of the United Empire Loyalists' Association and often speaks at historical societies' meetings. /i>
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