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American Revolution / United Empire Loyalists:
By Brenda Dougall Merriman
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton
There has long been a need for descendants to have a general guide to assist the tracing of Loyalist ancestors, not only for the beginner, but also for those who encounter stumbling blocks on their way. Brenda Dougall Merriman accomplishes this in spades. Merriman defines what a Loyalist is, then goes on to discuss the necessary sources and background information that is available to trace a specific Loyalist in Upper Canada (Ontario). An essential guide for everyone researching Loyalist heritage.
ISBN 1-897210-84-1 (Hardcover); ISBN 978-1897446-95-9 (Coil bound) More information
BOOK - The British Campaign of 1777, Volume One - The St. Leger Expedition: The Forces of Crown and Congress Second Edition
By Gavin Watt & James F. Morrison
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2003 (CD 2010)
Loyalist ancestors? Patriot ancestors? This book is what you have been looking for... The authors produced a revised edition of their indispensible study of the Crown forces and native allies of St. Leger's expedition of 1777 and forces of Congress and the natives who opposed them. Filled with names of those who participated and detailed end notes and bibliographic information. For a list of names from the index, see "More Information".
ISBN 1894378695 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - The British Campaign of 1777, Volume Two - The Burgoyne Expedition: Burgoyne's Native and Loyalist Auxiliaries
By Gavin Watt. With research assistance of T.W. Braisted, and acknowledgement of Dr. P.L. Stevens' works
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2013
This new book is a companion piece to Volume 1, The St. Leger Expedition. Similar to the first volume, the second will appeal to readers who enjoy the minutiae of the military campaigns of the American Revolution. While essentially a military work, many will find the book useful for genealogical research. The majority of accounts about military campaigns concentrate on the big-name personalities who directed operations or commanded large formations. In contrast, this book is primarily about the 'little' and 'littler' men. For a list of names from the index, see "More Information".
ISBN 978-1-926797-70-0 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - United Empire Loyalists, Evidence in the Canadian Claims - The Second Report of The Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario, 1904
By Alexander Fraser, Provincial Archivist
Originally published by L.K. Cameron - King's Printer, Toronto, 1905
This book on CD edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2010
The 1904 Bureau of Archives Report consisted of original accounts and evidence of United Empire Loyalist claims that were processed after the American Revolutionary War. Those claims were made in response to a British program that was designed to provide those Americans who had remained loyal to the British during the American Revolution, with land in Canada. After an informative history of the circumstances surrounding the movement of the Loyalists to Canada, and a preamble on the claim process, the bulk of the content of the 1904 Report includes evidence presented to establish that specific "Loyalists" qualified for "UE" status and the resulting benefits. 1436 pages.
ISBN: 978-1-926797-49-6 (eBook on CD) More information
BOOK - John Loney, United Empire Loyalist & Shoemaker to Sir William and Sir John Johnson
By Duncan (darby) MacDonald, UE
Published by Duncan (darby) MacDonald, Brockville, 1992 (expanded reprint/2nd edition 1993)
Book on CD version published by MacDonald Research, Milton, 2013
John Loney, United Empire Loyalist & Shoemaker to Sir William and Sir John Johnson is genealogy and history of John Loney, United Empire Loyalist compliled by Duncan (Darby) MacDonald "based on the excellent work of The Loney Research Team". It includes several collateral family lines within the genealogy section and the hand-made genealogy charts in the final section of the book. The elder John Loney, the eldest generation detailed in this text, was an Irishman who came to America just before or during the Seven Years War (1756-1763). His son, also John Loney (1748-1801 served in the King's Royal Regiment of New York and was previously the village shoemaker in Johnstown New York, the hometown of Sir John Johnson and his brother Sir William Johnson. The book details the life and connections of John Loney the shoemaker, his connections to the Loyalist cause during the American Revolution and a generation by generation genealogy of his descendants.
ISBN 0921133-53-7 (Softcover) ISBN 978-1-926797-72-4 (Book on CD) More information
BOOK - The History and Master Roll of the The King's Royal Regiment of New York, Revised and Expanded Edition.
By Gavin Watt
Published by Global Heritage Press
Gavin Watt has significantly updated and revised his original book that was published under the title The King's Royal Regiment of New York in 1984. This new volume  provides much new content, including corrections, additions and newly discovered sources that have come to light during the 22 years of research since his earlier book. The history of the regiment, and of the men of The King's Royal Regiment have great significance to those with an interest in the American Revolutionary War and the subsequent resettlement of United Empire Loyalists and others, many of whom migrated to Canada.
ISBN 1-897210-83-3 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - Orderly Book of the Three Battalions of Loyalists Commanded by Brigadier-General Oliver De Lancey, 1776-1778, To Which is Appended a List of New York Loyalists in the City of New York During the War of the Revolution
Compiled by: William Kelby
Originally published 1917
This facsimile reprint by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2006
This book is a military diary outlining the activities of three battalions of Loyalists that were raised for the defense of Long Island. The orderly book includes much detail including many names of specific individuals. An appendix listing 1500 Loyalists who resided in New York during the American Revolution follows the main content of the book.
ISBN 1-897446-93-4 (Softcover) More information
BOOK - Pioneer Life On The Bay Of Quinte
New Introduction by Brian Tackaberry (1999)
New Index (1999)
Originally published by Rolph and Clark, 1904
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton 1999 (CD 2010)
This 1096 page tome is invaluable to those who are researcing Loyalist and other ancestry in the Bay of Quinte and south east central Ontario region. The region of settlement covered in this volume (Bay of Quinte region) extends from Kingston to Trenton and includes the counties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, Hastings and Prince Edward. Originally published in 1904, this edition contains a extensive new index, and a new introduction by Brian Tackaberry. 309 family histories and genealogies of early Loyalist, British and American families who settled in the region.
ISBN 1-894378-33-4 (Hardcover). More information
BOOK - The Settlement of the United Empire Loyalists on the Upper St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte In 1784, A Documentary Record
By Brig. General E. A. Cruikshank
Originally published by Ontario Historical Society, Toronto, 1934
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2007
The Settlement of the United Empire Loyalists on the Upper St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte In 1784, A Documentary Record is a collection of letters and journal entries of the people who were most closely involved with planning and accomplishing Loyalist settlement along the St. Lawrence River and the Bay of Quinte area between May 1783 and November of 1784. Many references to specific settlers and their circumstances are included.
ISBN: 978-1-897466-03-4 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - Loyalists in Arms 1775 - 1783
By: W. O. Raymond
This book contains a short History of the British Regiments that unsuccessfully attempted to contain the American revolution, with the Roll of their Officers. Loyalists in Arms 1775 - 1783 is an essential reference for those interested in those who fought on the side of the Crown in the American Revolutionary War. To see a list of which regiments are covered in this book, click on "More Information".
ISBN 1-897210-76-0 (Softcover) More information
BOOK - The Romance of The Palatine Millers, A Tale of Palatine Irish-Americans and United Empire Loyalists
By Rev. Bowman Tucker
Originally published by the author, Montreal, 1929
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2005 (CD 2011)
More than a family history book, The Romance of The Palatine Millers, begins with an historical overview of the Palatines in the Rhine River valley (in present-day Germany), continues with the story of the Palatine migration overseas, with eventual settlement in Canada, and their American cousins who remained behind after the American Revolution.
ISBN 1-897210-76-0 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - To Their Heirs Forever, United Empire Loyalists, Camden Valley, New York, to Upper Canada
By Eula C. Lapp.
Originally published by Mika Publishing, Belleville, 1977
Subsequent printings by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2000, 2010 (CD 2010)
To Their Heirs Forever is the story of families who migrated from Europe to England in the 1700's, then to Ireland, finally settling in the Camden Valley, Charlotte County, of present day New York State. This story focuses on those families that were forced to seek a new life in Canada after the American Revolutionary War.
ISBN 1-894378-39-3 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - Voyage Of A Different Kind - The Associated Loyalists of Kingston and Adolphustown [Ontario]
By Larry Turner.
Originally published by Mika Publishing, Belleville, 1984
This printing by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 1999
From the City of New York to the shores of Lake Ontario: Following a path of its own choosing, a small but significant group of Loyalist refugees opted for settlement in the western territory of the old Province of Quebec (present day Kingston and Adolphustown, Ontario) after the American Revolutionary War.
ISBN 1-894378-08-3 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia.
Compiled by Marion Gilroy under the direction of D. C. Harvey, Archivist
Originally published 1937 (This historical reprint by Global Heritage Press)
The list of United Empire Loyalists who appear in this book, was compiled from the land papers in the Public Archives of Nova Scotia and checked with the land papers in the Department of Lands and Forests of the province. The general purpose of this publication was to collect in as compact a form as possible all the information that has survived on Loyalist settlements in Nova Scotia and to make this accessible to the descendants who are interested.
ISBN 1-897210-95-7 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - Kingston and the "Loyalists of the Spring Fleet" of 1783
By Walter Bates
Originally published by Barnes and Company, Saint John, 1889
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2010
This book deals with the exodus of the Loyalists of the Spring Fleet from the United States to sanctuary in Atlantic Canada in 1783. The original title page includes a lengthy title and attribution, as was common when this history was written: Kingston and the "Loyalists of the Spring Fleet" of A.D. 1783. With Reminiscences of Early Days in Connecticut: A Narrative. By Walter Bates, ESQ., Sometime High Sheriff of the County of Kings. To Which is Appended a Diary Written by Sarah Frost on Her Voyage to St. John, N.B. with the Loyalists of 1783. Edited with Notes by W. O. Raymond, A.B. Rector of St. Mary's Church, St. John, N.B..
ISBN: 9781926797434 More information
BOOK - The Old United Empire Loyalists List, Originally Published as The Centennial of the Settlement of Upper Canada 1784-1884
By The Centennial Committee, United Empire Loyalists
Originally published by Rose Publishing Co., Toronto, 1885.
This facsimile reprint by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2005 (CD 2010)
This book was originally compiled in 1885 for the "Centennial of the Settlement of Upper Canada". It contains the names of, and information about many of United Empire Loyalist settlers, and others who left the American colonies during and after the Revolutionary War and settled, first, in 1783, in what is now New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and then, in 1784, in Upper Canada, or what is now the Province of Ontario.
ISBN 1-897210-69-8 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - 7th Town Ameliasburgh Township Past & Present
By Seventh Town Historical Society
Originally published by 7th Town Historical Society, Ameliasburgh, 1984
This edition by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 1999, 2010 (CD 2010)
This revised edition contains a facsimile reprint of every page of the original book plus new material. Of great value is a new and extensive index. The index is a windfall for family historians because it guides readers to over six thousand names linked to many thousands of valuable references.
ISBN 1-894378-30-X (Hardcover) More Information
BOOK or CD ROM - The Ketcheson Family. By The Ketcheson Family Book Committee. Though this is one family's history/genealogy, the direct and collateral family lines are dominated by Loyalists and their descendants. The Ketcheson Family history is a genealogical study of twelve generations of the descendants of William and Sally Ayr Ketcheson. Thier son William Ketcheson, born in Yorkshire, England, was destined to become the progenitor of the widespread family largely responsible for a considerable share of the development of what later became the province of Ontario in the Dominion of Canada.
ISBN 1-894378-62-8 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - The Book of Names, Especially Relating to the Early Palatines and the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley. By: Lou D. MacWethy. Palatines migrated across the continent with primary migration trails including to Canada and to the American west after the American Revolution. This long respected work was the earliest to to provide a published list of more than 20,000 names and genealogical information about the early Palatines of New York State, the original settlers of the Mohawk Valley.
ISBN 1-897210-73-6 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - The Queen's Rangers
By George H. Locke and Margaret Ray. The author discusses the history of the Queen's Rangers from the American Revolution until the mid-ninteenth century. A reprint of a paper presented by George H. Locke at the June, 1923 meeting of the Ontario Historical Society at Kingston. Includes several biographies plus an appendix item containing a list of members of the Queen's Rangers who were present at the Surrender of Yorktown in 1781.
ISBN 1-897210-77-9 More information
BOOK - The Hessians And The Other German Auxiliaries Of Great Britain In The Revolutionary War.
By Edward J. Lowell (This historical reprint by Global Heritage Press)
The history of the German auxiliaries, who fought for Great Britain in the Revolutionary War, has not received from American writers the amount of attention which its importance would seem to deserve. Much of the original source material used by the author in 1884 was lost due to bombing during the Second World War. This circumstance heightens the the importance of this early work.
ISBN 1-894378-83-0 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - Sketches Illustrating The Early Settlement and History of Glengarry in Canada
By J. A. MacDonell.
J. A. MacDonell recognized that much had been written on the subject of United Empire Loyalist settlement in Ontario, the War of 1812-14, and the Rebellion of 1837-8, but expressed concern that there was little mention made of the part that the Highlanders of Glengarry played in those conflicts. He corrects that oversight within the 29 chapters that comprise this formitable text. This book is an fine source of information for those interested in early settlement of the Highlanders in Glengarry and surrounding counties, and the role that they played in the American Revolution, United Empire Loyalist migration and settlement, War of 1812, and the Rebellion of 1837-38.
ISBN 1-894378-80-6 (Hardcover) More information
RESEARCH AID - Genealogy at a Glance: Revolutionary War Genealogy Research [United States]
By Craig R. Scott, CG
Published by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 2011
Tracing descent from a Revolutionary War ancestor is a lofty goal, and this "Genealogy at a Glance" publication will give a much-needed kick-start to your research, setting you on the correct course by guiding you through all the major record sources and online resources you’re likely to need in establishing Revolutionary War ancestry.
ISBN 9780806318868 (laminated) More information
BOOK - Loyalists & Early Settlers on the Niagara River Parkway
Published by Colonel John Butler Branch of UELAC, St Catharines, 2011
This book began as a project of the Colonel John Butler Branch of the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada (UELAC). Their goal was to gather information about the people who received the original Crown Grants of land along the Niagara River Parkway from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Fort Erie. Where the lots can be found, the details and history of each settler or Loyalist including genealogy, photos of family members and original homes, as well as photos and maps of the property today. Maps of the Ontario townships of Niagara, Stamford, Willoughby and Bertie show 106 lots along the Parkway that are included in this publication.
ISBN 9780968227732 (Softcover) More information
BOOK - Research Guide To Loyalist Ancestors: A Directory To Archives, Manuscripts, Published and Electronic Sources (Updated and Revised)
By Paul J. Bunnell, UE
Published by Heritage Books Inc., Maryland, 2000, Updated 2006
Millions of people with colonial American ancestry also have Revolutionary War Loyalist ancestors. This updated research aid lists most of the locations where United Empire Loyalist records may be found throughout the world, and the principal records and material available at these repositories and web sites.
ISBN: 0-7884-1425-9 More information
BOOK - The New Loyalist Index Vol. 1 to Vol. 7
By Paul J. Bunnell, UE
Volumes 1, 2, & 3 Published by Heritage Books Inc., Maryland, 1989-96
Volumes 3,4, 5, 6, & 7 Published by Paul Bunnell, Milford, 2005-10
Author and compiler Paul Brunnell, UE has researched United Empire Loyalists for more than 30 years, publishing his findings into the seven volumes that you find here. The information categories found in Mr Bunnell's volumes vary by volume. Most include the name, regiment (when applicable) and rank (or occupation) of the subject person, brief data on residence, date of birth, marriage or death, and a citation to source information. Check the individual descriptions (in More Information) for clearer guidance on contents of each volume. All volumes in softcover. More information...
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BOOK - Early Ontario Settlers, A Source Book
By Norman Crowder
Published by Genealogical Publishing Comany, Baltimore, 1993 (reprinted 2003)
Covering the years 1783 to 1789, this source book contains official records of the early settlers of Upper Canada, or Ontario -- chiefly population returns, provisioning lists, settlers' location lists, and lists of immigrant arrivals. The core of the work consists of two provisioning, or ration, lists for 1784 and 1786, which provide the name of the head of household, place of settlement, and statistical details of the family. Most of the settlers named in the records were from the American colonies, and a very substantial proportion were from New York, especially from the Albany area and the Mohawk Valley. Includes maps, detailed notes on sources, and an every name index of 6,000 entries.
ISBN 9780806313757 (hardcover) More information
BOOK - Ontario People: 1796-1803
By Keith Fitzgerald, with Introduction and Index by Norman K. Crowder
Published by Genealogical Publishing Comany, Baltimore, 1993 (reprinted 1998)
After the American Revolution, several thousand families came to settle in the western part of Quebec, later called Upper Canada, then Canada West and today Ontario. These settlers were former members of American Loyalist regiments, discharged British and German servicemen, and some civilians and refugees. They were offered grants of 200 acres of land on condition that they take an oath of allegiance and remain loyal to the British regime. The military and Loyalist arrivals who had come earlier received larger grants, generally in relation to their services to the Crown, their rank or status, and family size. Some entries show, for example, relationships, deaths, military service, maiden names of married women, and remarriage of widows.
ISBN 9780806313665 (hardcover) More information
BOOK - Tories, Fighting for the King in America's First Civil War
By Thomas B. Allen
Published by Harper Collins, New York, 2010
A sweeping, dramatic history of the Americans who chose to side with the British in the Revolution. The American Revolution was not simply a battle between independence-minded colonists and the oppressive British. As Thomas B. Allen reminds us, it was also a savage and often deeply personal civil war, in which conflicting visions of America pitted neighbor against neighbor and Patriot against Tory (Loyalist) on the battlefield, the village green, and even in church. The Revolution also produced one of the greatest migrations in Western history. More than 80,000 Loyalists left America, most of them settling in Canada.
ISBN 978-0-06-124180-2 (Hardcover) More information
BOOK - A Bard of Wolfe’s Army: James Thompson, Gentleman Volunteer, 1733-1830
Edited by Earl John Chapman & Ian Macpherson McCulloch
Published by Robin Brass Studio, Montreal, 2010
As a young grenadier in Fraser’s Highlanders, Sergeant James Thompson served in the capture of Louisbourg in 1758, the battle of the Plains of Abraham at Quebec in 1759 and the battle of Sillery the following year. Later he experienced the American blockade of Quebec by Generals Richard Montgomery and Benedict Arnold during the Revolutionary War. He remained in Quebec the rest of his long life. His collected anecdotes form one of the most interesting personal accounts of soldiering during the Seven Years’ War, and his journal offers an authentic first-hand view of life in Quebec in the years that followed. In this book, editors Earl Chapman and Ian McCulloch not only present Thompson's anecdotes in one volume for the first time, but they also provide a wealth of explanation and historical background that helps to bring the period to life and places Thompson's experiences in context.
ISBN 978-1-896941-62-2 (Softcover) More information
BOOK - If Ponies Rode Men, The Journeys of Robert Land 1777-1791
By James Elliott. The view from the other side of the American Revolution. The riveting true story of Hamilton's (Ontario) first family, set against the blood and smoke of the American Revolution. It chronicles the real-life advertures and adversities of Loyalist Robert Land as a British spy, backwoods recruiter, and comrade in arms to the legendary Joseph Brant. 56 pages, 11"w X 7.5"; softcover-perfectbound; biblio; illus. Publ. 2000
ISBN: 096861390X More information
BOOK - A dirty, trifling, piece of business, Volume I: The Revolutionary War as Waged from Canada in 1781
By Gavin K. Watt
With research assistance of James F. Morrison and William A. Smy
By 1781, the sixth year of the American rebellion, British strategic focus had shifted from the northern states to concentrate in the south. Canada's governor, Frederick Haldimand, was responsible for the defence of the Crown's largest colony against the threat of Franco-American invasion, while assisting overall British strategy. He cleverly employed his sparse resources to vigorously raid the rebels' frontiers and create anxiety, disruption, and deprivation, as his Secret Service undermined their morale with invasion rumours and threatened their Union by negotiating with the independent republic of Vermont to return to the British fold.
ISBN: 9781554884209 More information
BOOK - I am heartily ashamed, Volume II: The Revolutionary War's Final Campaign as Waged from Canada in 1782
By Gavin K. Watt
With research assistance of James F. Morrison and William A. Smy
The second installment in Gavin K. Watt's Revolutionary War trilogy, I am heartily ashamed picks up where A dirty trifling piece of business leaves off. It's a new year with new challenges. An incredibly fierce Canadian winter was endured before raiding was resumed against the enemy's frontiers. Haldimand chose to alter his strategy, giving command of large projects to First Nations leaders whose methods greatly challenged the rebels. A new British ministry announced a cessation of arms in July, soon followed by peace talks. When Haldimand discovered that the treaty's articles threatened the security of Canada and made no provisions for the natives or loyalists, he confessed, "My soul is completely bowed down with grief I am heartily ashamed."
ISBN 9781554887156 More information
BOOK - The Rebellion in the Mohawk Valley, The St. Leger Expedition of 1777
By: Gavin K. Watt with research assistance by James F. Morrison.
The author, a leading authority on the American Revolutionary War, has studied the history of this period for more than 30 years. He enlisted the combined experience of others with special knowledge of The St. Leger Expedition and the events surrounding it to compile this authoritive history. More information
BOOK - Guide To Help Find Your Hessian Soldier of the American Revolution (Revised and Improved) By Johannes Helmut Merz. The Hessians were an auxiliary regiment from Germany, engaged by Britain to fight on the British side during the American Revolutionary War. This book arms the reader with the information required to effectively research your Hessian soldier. Additionally there is a chapter containing 3500+ names of Hessians with references to where specific additional information is available, plus a list of deserters from Heesen-Kassel Jaeger Corps. More information
BOOK - The Hessians of Nova Scotia By Johannes Helmut Merz with Terrence M. Punch. The Hessians were an auxiliary regiment from Germany, engaged by Britain to fight on the British side during the American Revolutionary War. This book includes the personal data files of 235 Hessian soldiers who settled in Nova Scotia after the American Revolution. More information
BOOK - The Hessians of Quebec By Johannes Helmut Merz. The Hessians were an auxiliary regiment from Germany, engaged by Britain to fight on the British side during the American Revolutionary War. This book includes accounts of the conflict and individual records of mny of the men who served in the American Revolution and then settled in Quebec after the war ended. Also includes an updated complete copy of "Register of German Military Men who remained in Canada After the American Revolution 1776-1783" which was previously published separately. More information
BOOK - The Hessians of Upper Canada (Ontario) By Johannes Helmut Merz. The Hessians were an auxiliary regiment from Germany, engaged by Britain to fight on the British side during the American Revolutionary War. This book includes accounts of the conflict and individual records of many of the men who served in the American Revolution and then settled in Upper Canada, which later became the Canadian province of Ontario. More information
BOOK - The Hessians of Marysburgh, Ontario By Johannes Helmut Merz. This is an extracted chapter from Merz' book The Hessians of Upper Canada with additional pictures and text. The Hessians were an auxiliary regiment from Germany, engaged by Britain to fight on the British side during the American Revolutionary War. This book focuses on the men who served in the American Revolution and then settled in Marysburgh Township, Prince Edward County, Ontario. More information
BOOK - The Burning of the Valleys, Daring Raids from Canada Against the New York Frontier in the Fall of 1780 - REVISED EDITION. By Gavin K. Watt. In the fifth year of the War of Independence, while the Americans focused on the British thrust against the Carolinas, the Canadian Department waged a decisive campaign against the northern frontier of New York. Their primary target was the Mohawk River region, known to be the “grainbowl” that fed Washington‘s armies. The Burning of the Valleys details the actions of both sides in this exciting and incredibly effective British campaign. More information
BOOK - United Empire Loyalist Lists. by: E.Keith Fitzgerald. This book lists over 200 Loyalist Names and Families from the Haldimand Papers. More information
BOOK - While the Women only Wept - Loyalist Refugee Women in Eastern Ontario Janice Potter-MacKinnon. In this book, Janice Potter-MacKinnon traces the history of Loyalist women from their time in the American colonies through their resettlement around the present-day Kingston and reveals the key roles that these women played during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. More information
BOOK - This Unfriendly Soil by Neil McKinnon Following the Revolution more than 20,000 Loyalists fled to Nova Scotia but the Loyalists were disappointed not only by their treatment at the hands of the British Government, but also by the apparent unwillingness of the government and people of Nova Scotia to recognize their sacrifice and encourage their advancement. More information
BOOK - The Land of the Loyalists. By: Ronald Rees. This book explores the Loyalists' settlement patters, land distribution, and architectural efforts, as well as the Black Loyalist experience, giving a thorough and engaging look at the forces that created the Loyalist imprint in the Maritimes. More information
BOOK - The Loyalists of Quebec 1774 - 1825, A Forgotten History
By United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada, Heritage Branch, Montreal
Published by Price Patterson, Montreal, 1989
Chapters 1 thru 6 outline the social and political climate for Loyalists in the early 1800's in Montreal and Quebec. Chapter 7 gives Portraits of some Loyalists with family and genealogical information. Indexes 1 thru 5 list various Loyalists, Petitioners, etc. Excellent bibliography, and a Foreword by H. Senior.
ISBN 9780969126249 More information
BOOK - The Loyalists, Revolution, Exile, Settlement Christopher Moore
As the Loyalists streamed into the Canadian colonies to the north, they changed forever the face of settlement there. This book won the Secretary of States Prize for Excellence in Canadian Studies More information
BOOK - An Annotated Roll of Butler's Rangers 1777- 1784 With Documentary Sources. Compiled and Arranged by Lieutenant Colonel William A. Smy, OMM, CD, UE. The Corps of Rangers commanded by Lieutenant Colonel John Butler was raised in 1777 and served until the general reduction of the British Army in North America in 1784. Everyone with an interest in the American Revolutionary War, and/or United Empire Loyalists who later settled in Canada must have this book! More information
USED & ANTIQUARIAN BOOKS: American Revolution / United Empire Loyalists:
By Earle Thomas.
Originally Published 1983 By Mika Publishing Company, Belleville, ON. 7-3/4 x 9-1/4. Light blue Hardcover with Dust Jacket. Both Hardcover and dust jacket are in excellent like new condition. 243 pages. Some Black and white images. Index. ISBN 0-919303-76-5 Click for image
USED BOOK - Eleven Exiles. Accounts of Loyalists of the American Revolution.
Edited by Phyllis R. Blakeley and John N. Grant.
Originally Published 1982 by Dundurn Press, Toronto, ON. 6.0 x 9.0 Soft Cover, 336 pages, b & w photos and images. Appendices, bibliography and Index. Book Condition: Slight shelfwear to corners, otherwise clean, used condition ISBN 0-919670-63-6. Click for image
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