A Loyalist Bibliography


Allen, Robert S. Loyalist Literature : An annotated bibliographic guide
    to the writings on the Loyalists of the American Revolution.
    Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1982.
Palmer Gregory S. A Bibliography of Loyalist Source Material in the
    United States, Canada and Great Britain. Westport, Conn., 1982.

Primary Sources

National Archives of Canada

Lower Canada Land Petitions - RG 1, L3L.
Upper Canada Land Petitions - RG 1, L3.
Claims, American Loyalists, Part II. Audit Office 12 (fair copies).
Claims, American Loyalists, Part III. Audit Office 13 (Material
    submitted in evidence).
Military "C" Series - RG 8.
Haldimand Papers.
British Headquarters Papers.
Chipman Papers.

Public Archives of Ontario

Upper Canada Land Petitions - RG 1, L3.
Surveyor-General's Letters, 1784-85 - RG 1, A/1/1.
Township Papers.
Computerised Land Records Index.

Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

Land Petitions - RG10 RS108 and RS272.
Land Grants - RG10 RS686.
Land Deeds or Registry Office Records - RG9 RS92.

Public Archives of Nova Scotia

United States

New York (State). Commission for Detecting and Defeating Conspiracies, 1777-1778.
     Minutes of the Commissioners for Detecting and Defeating Comspiracies in the State of New York.
     Albany County Sessions, 1778-1781. Albany, NY: Published by the State of New York, 1909.
Records of Oppression, Confiscations, etc. State Papers in respective state
    capitals. (New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont).

Published Sources


Fellows, Robert F. Researching Your Ancestors In New Brunswick Canada.
    Fredericton, NB, 1979.
Fraser, J. Looking for a Loyalist. Families, vol. 23, No. 1, 1984.
Kennedy, Patricia L.. How To Trace Your Loyalist Ancestors. Ottawa:
    Ottawa Branch, OGS, 1972: Pub. No. 82-9, revised 1982, reprinted 1989.
Merriman, Brenda D. Genealogy In Ontario : Searching The Records.
    3rd edition. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, 1996.
National Archives of Canada. Tracing Your Ancestors in Canada. Rev. 1993.
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. Genealogical Guide. (There is a guide
    for each County, for example Kings.).
Public Archives of Nova Scotia. The Loyalist Guide: Nova Scotian Loyalists and Their
    Documents. Halifax, NS: Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1983.

Land Records

Langlier, ed. List of Land Grants by the Crown in the Province of Quebec
    from 1763 to 31st Dec. 1890. Quebec, 1891.
Fraser, Alexander. Twentieth Report of the Department of Public Records and Archives of Ontario : 1931.
    (Grants of Crown Lands in Upper Canada, 1796-1798: Land Book C and Land Book D).
    Legislative Assembly of Ontario, 1932.
Government of Ontario. Reports Nos. 17 (1919), 18 (1920).

Losses & Claims

Antliff, W. Bruce. Loyalist Settlements, 1783-1789 : new evidence of
    Canadian Loyalist claims. Toronto: Ministry of Citizenship and Culture,
Coke, Daniel Parker. The Royal Commission on the Losses and Services
    of American Loyalists, 1783-1785: being the notes of Mr. Daniel Parker
    Coke, M.P., one of the commissioners during that period. edited by
    Hugh E. Egerton. Oxford, ENG: Roxburghe Club, 1915. New York, NY:
    Burt Franklin & Co., 1971 reprint of 1915 edition.
Coldham, Peter W. American Loyalist Claims. Washington, D.C:
    National Genealogical Society, 1980.
Fraser, Alexander. An Enquiry into the Losses and Services in Consequence
    of Their Loyalty, Evidence in the Canadian Claims. 2 vols. Baltimore,
Government of Ontario. Bureau of Archives Report No. 2 ; United Empire
    Loyalists : Enquiry into the Losses and Services in Consequence of their
    Loyalty, Evidence in the Canadian Claims. 2 vols. Toronto, 1904, 1905.
    (Reprinted as Fraser, Alexander. An Enquiry).
Palmer, Gregory S. Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American
    Revolution. Westport, Conn., 1984.


Butler, J.P. Index to Papers of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789.
    5 vols. Washington, DC: NARA, 1978.
Crowder, Norman K. Early Ontario Settlers : a source book.
    Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1993.
Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Fitzgerald, E. Keith. Loyalist Lists : over 2000 Loyalist names and families
    from the Haldimand Papers. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, 1984.
Fitzgerald, E. Keith. Ontario People, 1796-1803. Baltimore, MD:
    Genealogical Publishing Co., 1993.
Fraser, Alex. Name Index of The Lost Villages Cemeteries 1953. Privately printed, 1997.
    See Smart, James A. for cemetery lists.
Hamilton Branch U.E.L. Census of Niagara 1781. 1978.
Hannon, Leslie. Redcoats and Loyalists 1760/1815. Canada's Illustrated Heritage.
    Toronto, ON: Natural Science of Canada Ltd., 1978.
Pathfinder Genealogical Services. Loyalist Children of Upper Canada
    (Source: Ontario Archives, RG-1, MS 693 Series Fiats and Warrants
    dated from 1818-1865). St, Catharines, ON, 2000.
Pathfinder Genealogical Services. U.E. Loyalist and Military Claimants of Upper Canada
    (Source: Ontario Archives, RG-1, MS 693 Series Fiats and Warrants
    dated from 1804-1818). St, Catharines, ON, 2001.
Penrose, Maryly B. Mohawk Valley In The Revolution : Committee of
    Safety papers and genealogical compendium. Franklin Park, NJ:
    Liberty Bell Associates, 1978.
Reid, William D. The Loyalists In Ontario : the sons and daughters of the
    American Loyalists of Upper Canada. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical
    Publishing Company, 1994 reprint of 1973 edition.
Sabine, Lorenzo. Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American
    Revolution. 2 vols. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co.,
    1979 reprint of 1864 edition.
Smart, James A. Cemeteries Disturbed by the St. Lawrence Seaway Porject.
    Hydro Electric Powere Commission of Ontario, 1956. See Fraser, Alex. for index.
Toronto Branch U.E.L. Association. Loyalist Lineages of Canada 1783-1983.
    Toronto: Generation Press, 1984.
Toronto Branch U.E.L. Association. Loyalist Lineages of Canada Volume II,
    Parts 1 & 2. Toronto, 1991.
United Empire Loyalists Centennial Committee (Toronto, ON). The Old United
    Empire Loyalists List : the centennial of the settlement of Upper Canada
    by the United Empire Loyalists. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co.,
    1984. with an introduction by Milton Rubincam. (Originally published as;
    Centennial of The Settlement of Upper Canada by the United Empire
    Loyalists 1784-1984. Toronto: Rose Publishing Co., 1885).


Flowers, A.D. Loyalists of Bay Chaleur. Vancouver, 1973.
Senior, Hereward and John Ruch eds. The Loyalists of Quebec
     1774-1825 : A Forgotten History. Montreal: Heritage Branch, U.E.L.
     Association, 1989.
Sir John Johnson Branch, U.E.L. Loyalists of the Eastern Townships
     of Quebec. Stanbridge East, Que.: Mississquoi Historical Soc., 1984.
Siebert, Wilbur H. The American Loyalists in the Eastern Seigniories and
     Townships of the Province of Quebec. Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada
     Transactions, III, 7, 3-41, 1913.
Siebert, Wilbur H. The Loyalists Settlements on the Gaspe Peninsula.
     Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada Transactions, III, 8, 399-405, 1914.
Siebert, Wilbur H. The Temporary Settlement of Loyalists at Machiche,
     P.Q. Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada Transactions, III, 8, 407-14, 1914.
Sir John Johnson Branch, U.E.L Association. Compiled by Linda Corupe. 
     Index to "The Loyalists of the Eastern Townships of Quebec."  1984.

Nova Scotia

Archibald, Mary. Gideon White, Loyalist. Shelburne, NS: Shelburne
     Historical Society, 1975.
Ells, Margaret. "Settling the Loyalists in Nova Scotia." Canadian
     Historical Association, Annual Report for 1934, pp. 105-9
Gilroy, Marion. comp. The Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia.
     Halifax: Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1937.
Hilchey, Doris. The Loyalists Come to Nova Scotia. Tantalion, NS, 1985.
Longley, R. S. "The DeLancey brothers, Loyalists of Annapolis County."
     Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society, No. 32, 1959.
MacKinnon. This Unfriendly Soil: The Loyalist Experince in Nova Scotia 1783-1791.
Morgan, Robert J. "The Loyalists of Cape Breton." Dalhousie Review,
     LV, pp. 5-22, (Spring, 1975).
Rees, Ronald. Land of the Loyalists : Their struggles to shape the Maritimes.
     Halifax, NS: Nimbus Publishing Ltd, 2000.
Wetter, Donald and Lester B. Sellick. Loyalists in Nova Scotia.
     Hantsport, NS, 1983.

New Brunswick

Aiton, Grace. The Story of Sussex and Vicinity, New Brunswick.
     Kings County Historical Society, 1967.
Barkley, Murray. "The Loyalist Tradition in New Brunswick : the growth
     and evolution of an historical myth, 1825-1913." Acadiensis, 4, 2,
     pp. 3-45, (Spring, 1975).
Barnett, Cleadie B. and Elizabeth S. Sewell. Loyalist Families.
     Fredericton Branch, U.E.L. Association, [1983].
Bates, Walter. Kingston and the Loyalists of the "Spring Fleet" of 1783.
     Fredericton, NB: 1889. Reprinted 1980.
Bell, David G. Early Loyalist Saint John, The Origin of New Brunswick Politics 1783-1786.
     Fredericton, NB: New Ireland Press, 1983.
Condon, Ann G. The Loyalist Dream for New Brunswick : the envy of
     the American states. Fredericton, NB: New Ireland Press, 1984.
Dubeau, Sharon. New Brunswick Loyalists : A Bicentennial Tribute.
     Agincourt, ON: Generation Press, 1983.
Hale, R. Wallace. Early New Brunswick Probate Records 1785-1835.
     Bowie, MD: Heritage Books Inc., 1989.
Pipes, Gail B. ed. Loyalists All : Stories Told About New Brunswick
     Loyalists by their Descendants. New Brunswick Branch, U.E.L.
     Association, 1985.
Robinson, Charlotte G. Pioneer Profiles of New Brunswick Settlers.
     Belleville, ON: Mika Publishing Co., 1980.
Wright, Esther C. The Loyalists of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB,
     1955 and later reprints.

Prince Edward Island

Graves, Ross. William Schurman, Loyalist of Bedeque, Prince Edward
     Island. Summerside, P.E.I.: Harold B. Schurman, 1973.
Jones, Orlo and Doris Haslam Ed. An Island Refuge : Loyalist &
     Disbanded Troops on the Island of St. John. Breadalbane, P.E.I.:
     Abegweit Branch, U.E.L. Association, 1983.
Siebert, Wilbur H. and Florence E. Gilliam. The Loyalists in Prince
     Edward Island. Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada Transactions,
     III, 4, 109-17, 1910.

Upper Canada, Ontario

7th Town Ameliasburgh Township. 7th Town Historical Scoiety
Chadwick, Edward Marion. Ontarian Families: Genealogies of United Empire Loyalists and
     other Poineer Families of Upper Canada. Lambertville, NJ: Hunterdon House, 1970.
Cruikshank, Ernest A. The Settlement of the United Empire Loyalists
     on the Upper St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte in 1784 : a documentary
     record. Toronto: Ontario Historical Society, 1934.
French, Maida P. Boughs Bend Over. Toronto:
     McClelland & Stewart Ltd., 1943.
French, Maida P. All This To Keep. Toronto: Wm. Collins Sons, 1947.
Lapp, Eula C. To Their Heirs Forever. Belleville, ON, 1977.
Merz, Johannes H. They Spoke German in the Lunenburg District
     Upper Canada 1784-1800. 1991.
Meyler, David and Peter Meyler. A Stolen Life: Searching for Richard Pierpoint.
      Toronto: Natural Heritage Books, 1999.
Powell, R. Janet (compiler). Annals of The Forty : A History of Grimsby and
      West Lincoln 1783-1840.10 Volumes.
Pringle, J.F. Lunenburgh or the Old Eastern District : Its Settlement
     and Early Progress. Cornwall, 1890.
Talman, James J. Loyalist Narratives From Upper Canada. New York:
     Greenwood Press, 1969. (reprint of 1946 edition).
Turner, Larry. Voyage of a Different Kind: The Associated Loyalists of Kingston
     and Adolphustown.
United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada. Loyal She Remains :
     A Pictorial History of Ontario. 1984. (Chapter 5, The War Out of
     Niagara 1776-1789;  Chapter 6, First Large Scale Immigration 1784-1800).
Scott. W. L. "A U.E. Loyalist Family." Ontario Historical Society Papers
     and Transactions, 32, 140-70, 1937.
Wilson, Bruce. As She Began : An Illustrated Introduction to Loyalist
     Ontario. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1981.


Bird, Harrison. March to Saratoga : General Burgoyne and The American
     Campaign, 1777. New York, 1963.
Buck, John. The King's Rangers. New York: Doubleday & Co. Inc., 1954.
Butler, Walter. "Journal of Walter Butler." Canadian Historical Review I,
     No. 4, 381-91, 1920.
Cruikshank, Ernest A. and Gavin K. Watt. ed. The King's Royal Regiment
     of New York. (reprint with new appendices), Toronto: Ontario Historical
     Society, 1984.
Cruikshank, E. Butler's Rangers. Lundy's Lane Historical Society.
     3rd reprint of 1893 ed., 1988.
De Lancey's Brigade. Orderly Book of the Three Battalions of Loyalists,
     Commanded by Brigadier-General Oliver De lancey, 1776-1778.
     New York: Printed for the New York Historical Society, 1917.
De Marce, Virginia E. German Military Settlers in Canada, After the
     American Revolution. Arlington, VA, 1984.
Fraser, J. Skulking for the King : A Loyalist Plot. Erin, ON, 1985.
Fryer, Mary B. Buckskin Pimpernel, the exploits of Justus Sherwood,
     Loyalist Spy. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1981.
Fryer, Mary B. King's Men : the soldier founders of Ontario.
     Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1980.
Fryer, Mary B. and William A. Smy. Rolls of the Provincial (Loyalist)
     Corps, Canadian Command,  American Revolutionary Period.
     Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1981.
Johnson, Sir John. Orderly Book of Sir John Johnson During the Oriskany Campaign,
     1776-1777. Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1882.
Logan, G. Murray. Scottish Highlanders and The American Revolution.
     Halifax, NS, 1976.
Mathews, Hazel C. Frontier Spies : the British Secret Service, Northern
     Department, during the Revolutionary War. Fort Myers, FL:
     Ace Press, 1971.
Merz, Johannes H. Register of German Military Men Who Remained
     in Canada after the American Revolution. Hamilton, ON, 1993.
New, M. Christopher. Maryland Loyalists in the American Revolution. Centreville, MD:
     Tidewater Publishers, 1996.
Smith, Paul C. Loyalists and Redcoats : A Study of British Revolutionary
     Policy. Williamsburg, VA, 1964.
Watt, Gavin. Loyalist Military Action in the Northern Department.
     in Canadian Genealogist, vol. 2, No. 1, 1980.
Watt, Gavin and James F. Morison. The Burning of the Valleys : Daring Raids from Canada
     against the New York Frontier in the Fall of 1780. Toronto, ON: Dundurn Press, 1997.
Vincent, Gerald R. The Civil Sword, James Delancy's Westchester Refugees 1776-1785.
     Duncan, BC: Duncan Print-Craft Ltd. 2000.


Graymont, Barbara. The Iroquois in the American Revolution.
     Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1976.
Gundy, H. Pearson. "Molly Brant, Loyalist." Ontario Historical Society
     Papers and Records, XLV, 1, pp. 97-108, (Winter, 1953).
Johnston, Jean, "Molly Brant, Mohawk Matron." Ontario History,
     LVI, 2, pp. 105-124, (June, 1964).
Montour, Enos T. The Feathered U.E.L's : an account of the life and
     times of certain Canadian native people. Toronto: United Church
     of Canada, [1973].
Penrose, Maryly B. Indian Affairs Papers, American Revolution.
     Franklin Park, NJ: Liberty Bell Associates, 1981.
Reaman, G. Elmore. The Trail of the Iroquois Indians : how the
     Iroquois nation saved Canada for the British Empire. Toronto:
     Peter Martin Associates, 1967.
Robinson, Helen C. Mistress Molly, the brown lady : a portrait of
     Molly Brant. Toronto: Dundurn Press,  1980.
Siebert, Wilbur H. The Loyalists and Six Nations Indians in the
     Niagara Peninsula. Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada Transactions,
     III, 9, 79-129, 1915.


Casselman, Alexander Clark. "The Story of the Palatines." An address to the
     United Empire Loyalists' Association of Ontario, 1900. Reprinted by the Hamilton Branch, 1983.
Cobb, Sanford H. The Story of the Palatines : An Episode in Colonial History.
     New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1897 (Facsimile Reprint by Heritage Books, Inc., 1988).
Dixon, Nancy W. Palatine Roots : The 1710 German Settlement in
     New York As Experienced by Johann Peter Wagner. Camden,
     Maine: Picton Press, 1994.
Genealogical Pub. Co. Inc. The Simmendinger Register. Baltimore, 1984.
Jones. Henry Z. Jr. The Palatine Families of New York (1710). Vol. I
     and II. Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1985.
Jones, Henry Z. Jr. More Palatine Families. Universal City, CA, 1991.
MacWethy. The Book of Names. Especially Relating to the Early Palatines and
     the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1985.
Merz, Johannes H. He Was A Hessian : A Study of Some Early
     German Military Settlers in Canada 1783-1800 and the Story of
     One of Them : Johannes Leonhard Kratz. Winnipeg:
     Wolf Verlag Ltd., 1992.
The Palatine Society, Inc. The Palatines of New York State :
     a complete compilation of the history of the Palatines who first
     came to New York state in 1708-1722. 1953.
Palatines to America. Who Was A Palatine?. Pages From The Past,
     No. 4. Columbus, Ohio, 1993.
Reaman, G. Elmore. The Trail of the Huguenots in Europe, the United States,
     South Africa, and Canada. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1986.

Family and U.E.L. Branch Genealogies and Local Histories

Chadwick, Edward M. Ontarian Families : genealogies of United Empire
     Loyalists and other pioneer families of Upper Canada. 2 vols. Toronto:
     Rolph, Smith & Co., 1894-1898. Belleville, ON: Mika Publishing, 1972
     reprint of 1894 edition.
Crowder, Norman and Ruth. William Crowder, Loyalist. Nepean, ON: Private publishing, 1984.
Grand River Branch, U.E.L. Association. Loyalist Families of the Grand
     River Branch, United Empire Loyalists' Association. Toronto: Grand
     River Branch, U.E.L. Association /Pro Familia Publishing, 1991.
Bousfield, Arthur and Garry Toffoli. eds. Loyalist Vignettes and Sketches.
     Governor Simcoe Branch, U.E.L. Association, 1984.
Hamilton Branch, U.E.L. Association. Loyalist Ancestors : some families
     of the Hamilton area. Toronto: Hamilton Branch, U.E.L. Association
     /Pro Familia, 1986.
Nicolls (Weaver), Aline F. Weaver Families of the Mohawk and
     St. Lawrence River Valleys. BC, 1987.
Reeks, Lindsay. Ontario Loyalist Ancestors (Beatty, Burtch, Gren, Kerrison,
     Mott, Rathbone, Swain). Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 1992.
Ryerse, Phyllis A. and Thomas A. Ryerson. The Ryerse-Ryerson Family
     1574-1994. Ryerse-Ryerson Family Association, 2nd printing 1996
Williamsburg Women's Institute. Williamsburg Tweedsmuir Village History.
     Belleville, ON: Mika Pub. Co., 1984.

Books for Younger People

Crook, Connie B. Flight. Stoddart Pub. Co. Ltd., Toronto, 1991.
Crook, Connie B. Meyers' Creek. Toronto: Stoddart Pub. Co. Ltd., 1995.
Fryer, Mary B. Beginning Again : Further Adventures of A Loyalist
     Family. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1988.
Miller, Orlo. Raiders of The Mohawk : The Story of Butler's Rangers.
     Toronto: MacMillan, 1960.
Trueman, Albert  W. The Story of the United Empire Loyalists.
     Toronto: Copp Clark Co. Ltd., 1946.

United States

Berkin, Carol. Jonathan Sewall: Odyssey of An American Loyalist. 
     New York: toExcel, 2000 reprint of 1974 edition.
Brown, John M. Brief Sketch of the First Settlement of the County of Schoharie
     by the Germans. Pirvately printed, 1823.
Brown, Wallace. The King's Friends : the composition and motives of
     the American Loyalist claimants. Providence, RI: Brown University
     Press, 1965.
Brown, Wallace. The Good Americans : The Loyalists in the American
     Revolution. New York: Morrow, 1969.
Calhoon, Robert M. The Loyalists in Revolutionary America, 1760-81.
     New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973.
Clark, Murtie J. Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary
     War. 3 vols. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1981.
Crowley, James A. The Old Albany County and the American Revolution.
     Troy, NY, 1979.
Evans, G.N.D. ed. Allegiance in America : the case of the Loyalists.
     Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley, 1969.
Flick, Alexander. C. Loyalism in New York During the American
     Revolution. New York, 1901.
Hagan, Edward A. War in Schohary 1777-1783. Private Printing, 1980.
Howell, Mary J. 18th Century Germantown.October 1, 1977. Tour sponsored
     by the Germantown Bicentennial Committee. .
Jones, E. Alfred. The Loyalists of Massachusetts : their memorials
     petitions, claims, etc. from English Records. London: The Saint
     Catherine Press, 1930. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co.,
     Baltimore, 1969.
Reilly, John Thomas. The Confiscation and Sale of the Loyalist Estates and Its Effect
     Upon the Democratization of Landholding in New York State, 1799-1800. 1974.
Stark, James H. The Loyalists of Massachusetts and the Other
     Side of the American Revolution, Boston: Clarke, 1907.

Background Reading List

Anderson, George. A Loyalist Guide to the Mohawk Valley. St. Lawrence Branch, U.E.L.A.C.
Blakely, Phyllis R. and John W. Grant eds. Eleven Exiles : Accounts of
     Loyalists of the American Revolution. Dundurn Press.
Brown Wallace and Hereward Senior. Victorious in Defeat : The Loyalists
     in Canada. Toronto, 1984.
Crary, Catherine S. ed. The Price of Loyalism : Tory writings from the
     revolutionary era. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1973.
Cunningham, Lynn and Cindy R. Porhownick comp. Loyalist Clothing
     Guide/Simcoe Clothing Guide. Costume Branch, U.E.L. Association, 1993.
Edmonds, Walter D. Drums Along the Mohawk. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1936.
Ells, Margaret. "Clearing the Decks for the Loyalists." Canadian
     Historical Association, Annual Report for 1933, pp. 43-58.
Humber, Charles and Mary B. Fryer. Loyal She Remains. Toronto, 1984.
Knowles, Norman. Inventing the Loyalists : The Ontario Loyalist Tradition & the Creation
     of Usable Pasts. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997.
MacKenzie, Ann. The United Empire Loyalists. Toronto: U.E.L.
     Association, 1972.
Magee, Joan. Loyalist Mosaic : A Multi-ethinc Heritage. Toronto:
     Dundurn Press, 1984.
Mathews, Hazel. C. The Mark of Honour. Toronto: University of
     Toronto Press, 1965.
Mississquoi Loyalist Legacies. Mississquoi Historical Society,
     Vol. 14. (Stanbridge East. Que.) 1976.
Moore, Christopher. The Loyalists : Revolution, Exile, Settlement.
     Toronto: MacMillan, 1984.
Neering, Rosemary. Life of the Loyalists. Fitzhenry and Whiteside,
     Don Mills, ON, 1975.
Nelson, William H. The American Tory. Oxford, 1961.
Norton, Mary B. The British Americans : the Loyalist exiles in
     England 1774-1789. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Co., 1972.
Potter-MacKinnon, Janice. While the Women Only Wept : Loyalist Refugee Women
     in Eastern Ontario. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993.
Ryerson, Egerton. The Loyalists and Their Times : from 1620 to
     1816. 2 vol., Toronto, 1880.
Skeoch, Alan. United Empire Loyalists and The American Revolution.
     Toronto: Grolier, 1982.
Stewart, Walter. True Blue. Toronto: Collins, 1985.
Upton, Leslie F. S. The United Empire Loyalists : Men and Myths.
     Toronto: Copp Clark Pub. Co., [1967].
Walker, James St. C. The Black Loyalists. Halifax, NS:
     Dalhousie University, 1976.
Wallace, W. Stewart. The United Empire Loyalists. In Chronicles of
     Canada Series. Toronto, 1914.
Wilson, Ellen G. The Loyal Blacks. Toronto: Longman Green, 1976.
Wright, Esmond, ed. Red, White and True Blue : the Loyalists
     in the American Revolution. New York: AMS Press, 1976


Carleton's Loyalist Index. A select index to the names of Loyalists and their associates
     contained in the British Headquarters Papers, New York City 1774-1783 (The Carleton Papers).
     Also included is the Book of Negroes. Ottawa, ON: Sir Guy Carleton Branch, U.E.L., 1996.
Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia. Marion Gilroy, Halifax, 1937. Quintin Publications, 2000.
Loyalists in the American Revolution. Family Archives CD 144.
United Empire Loyalists : Enquiry into the Losses and Services in Consequence of their
    Loyalty. Evidence in the Canadian Claims. Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the
    Province of Ontario. Edited by Alexander Fraser. Quintin Publications.

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