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The Loyalist collection
Harriet Irving Library. Loyalist Collection.
The Harriet Irving Library at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, is a unique repository of Loyalist resources, on microfilm, of British, North American Colonial, and early Canadian primary sources from approximately 1740-1870. The chief focus is Colonial America, the American Revolution, and the early years of Loyalist settlement in British North America. This special Loyalist Collection contains over 3400 reels of microfilm and 700 microfiche. It is largely unindexed and contains only original sources. Includes Church Records, Family Records, Military Records, Public Records, and Special Collections. In addition, there are numerous finding aids listed to records in the Collection, with bibliographic citations and/or urls where appropriate. This could be considered a library catalog or a bibliography. For genealogists: Family Records often contain a biography of the Loyalist.
|Other titles||Loyalist Collection Harriet Irving Library|
|Statement||[Kathryn Hilder and Stephen Sloan].|
|Contributions||Hilder, Kathryn., Sloan, Stephen.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005544190|
The first part of the book describes the causes of the American Revolution, treatment of Massachusetts' Loyalists and confiscation of their property, their emigration to Canada, and much more. Part II contains "Biographical Sketches of the Loyalists of Massachusetts," including family histories for many, and their lives following the War.
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The Loyalist Collection holds primary documents pertaining to the experiences of those supportive of the British cause during the American Revolution, including post-war resettlement.
His first The Loyalist collection book, Louisbourg Portraits, won a Governor General’s Award and continues to delight readers, and his Loyalists: Revolution, Exile, Settlement won the Secretary of State’s Prize for Excellence in Canadian by: 4. The Loyalist Legacy is the third book in the Loyalist series.
I did not read the first two but that did not deter me from understanding what the story was about. The Loyalists were people who stayed loyal to the crown after the Revolutionary War.
After they were defeated a lot of them moved to Canada, in Ontario near Niagara Falls/5(5). The Loyalist Legacy is the third book in the Loyalist series. I did not read the first two but that did not deter me from understanding what the story was about.
The Loyalists were people who stayed loyal to the crown after the Revolutionary War. After they were defeated a lot of them moved to Canada, in Ontario near Niagara Falls/5. She wrote two books of family memories, a cookbook, and a children’s book before finding her passion in writing her three historical novels: The Loyalist’s Wife, The Loyalist’s Luck, and The Loyalist Legacy ().
A lover of people and especially writers, Elaine delights in speaking to groups large and : Elaine Cougler. The Book was produced at the end of the American Revolution in New York and it nominally recorded Black Loyalists during a time when people of African descent were all too often recorded as mere numbers.
A master index identifying over 5, Loyalists. This new index covers several dozen sources including both published works and American and Canadian archives. Each entry provides, where available, the name, regiment, and rank of the subject, along with b.
Shelved in the Loyalist Collection at MIC-Loyalist FC LPR.G7T7M5L6; Great Britain. T 79, vols. 70 American Loyalist Claims. Shelved in the Loyalist Collection at MIC-Loyalist FC LPR.G7T7C5L6; Great Britain.
FO 4. Correspondence: United States of America: Series I. Shelved in the Loyalist Collection at MIC-Loyalist FC LPR.G7F6C6U9.
(Lieutenant Governor, New Brunswick, Letter Books:Volume 1, Reel 1, MIC-Loyalist FC LPR.N4L5L3, The Loyalist Collection, Originals held by the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.) At a glance, the Governor’s letter to Sydney does not seem unusual to anyone familiar with scholarship on the loyalists.
The Bookstore is located in Room 1H8, across from Alumni Hall. Guide to The Loyalist Collection website, Harriet Irving Library, Fredericton campus, University of New Brunswick, Canada; Guide to the New York Public Library Loyalist Collection (19 pdfs) Palmer, Gregory S.
A Bibliography of Loyalist Source Material in the United States, Canada, and. Haldimand Collection The main source for historians in the study of the settlement of the American Loyalists in Canada.
More t letters and documents, now fully indexed, and free on the Web. James Chalmers and "Plain Truth" (A Loyalist Answers Thomas Paine). Books in the Loyalist Collection. Brock Call Number Title Author Date Published; FC B84 S69 The Butler Papers (4 vols.) Lieutenant Colonel William A.
Smy, OMM, CD, UE: ; FC P Loyalist Poetry: a collection of poems composed by members of the United Empire Loyalists' Association: project coordinated by Adrian. Loyalist Genealogy: Hot News.
Those of you with an interest in settlement in New Brunswick will want to check out the latest addition to the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick's website - online records relating to the legislation entitled 'An Act for the Relief of Old Soldiers of the Revolutionary War and their Widows', which allowed for distressed soldiers or their widows to apply for.
Most fictional books set in the American Revolutionary War era are told from the patriots' point of view, but with "The Loyalist's Wife," by Elaine Cougler, the story is uniquely presented through words of John and Lucy, a young married couple loyal to the British crown/5(23).
Loyalist Research Resources The Friends Of The Loyalist Collection The Friends of the Loyalist Collection at Brock University is a Registered Charitable Organization whose mandate is to establish a collection of original United Empire Loyalist Documents on microfilm.
The United Empire Loyalists did not have their history written as it occurred. Summary Presents selected documents, mostly transcribed, representing a sampling of manuscripts relating to the loyalist military, including muster rolls, orderly books, regimental documents, courts martial, and memorials.
Also includes genealogical information, and links to other sources of information on loyalists. Catalogue Searching Catalogue Searching: WorldCat and The Loyalist Collection. When searching by keyword in WorldCat for books, journals, articles, etc., or in The Loyalist Collection catalogue for primary sources, depending on your topic, you can search, for example, by a particular religion, place, movement, or person.
Book #3 of Suzanne Adair's Mysteries of the American Revolution Trilogy.A deadly assignment. A land poisoned by treachery and battle. She plunged in inthe publisher of a loyalist magazine in Wilmington, North Carolina offers an amazing assignment.
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be your accounts receivable business partner. We are on your team but not on your payroll. We are confident that this collection will encourage academic interest, and lead to papers, books, theses, magazine articles and such on the United Empire Loyalist period in Canadian history.
It is readily available to students, scholars, historians, genealogists, authors and the public if they are interested. American loyalists Publisher New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of.
The Loyalist Collection is a special collection on microfilm of British, North American Colonial, and early Canadian primary sources from approximately The Manuscripts Division also holds the American Loyalists Collection,which includes transcripts and digests from the Claims Commission Audit Office records; the finding aid may be useful for identifying relevant portions of the digitized collection.
Innocent Catholics were considered legitimate targets by roving loyalist gunmen because they had supposedly contributed to the coffers of the IRA, a loyalist paramilitary leader allegedly.
A significant portion of people listed in the Book of Negroes were free born, but a large segment also remained enslaved to loyalists of European ancestry and accompanied them to the Maritimes and other parts of the Atlantic Word.
Therefore, freeborn, formerly enslaved, and currently enslaved people are all recorded in the Book of Negroes. The compiler of this work extracted from the Canadian Orders-in-Council thousands of references to the land grants made to these sons and daughters and arranged them systematically under the names of their Loyalist parents.
High quality Loyalist gifts and merchandise. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. Included as well is a chapter and epilogue from Calhoon's seminal―but long out-of-print― study The Loyalists in Revolutionary America, This updated collection will serve as an unrivaled point of entrance into Loyalist research for scholars and students of the American s: 1.
Loyalist, also called Tory, colonist loyal to Great Britain during the American sts constituted about one-third of the population of the American colonies during that conflict. They were not confined to any particular group or class, but their numbers were strongest among the following groups: officeholders and others who served the British crown and had a vested interest in.
Guide to Finding a Loyalist Ancestor in Upper Canada (Ontario) is available in paperback or as an e-book on and on Other Loyalist genealogy records you will want to consult are Loyalist Muster Rolls for Butler's Rangers; Sir John Johnston's [Johnstone's] Brigade; King's Royal Regiment of New York (KRRNY); Men From the Turloch Militia who Joined KRRNY or Butler's.
Records in this database relate to Loyalist claims and cases heard by the American Loyalist Claims Commission. What You Can Find in These Records These documents include books of evidence and memorials given by witnesses, accounts of losses (which can provide detail about places and possessions), evidence of claims, correspondence, indentures.
American Loyalists: Selected full-text books and articles The King's Three Faces: The Rise & Fall of Royal America, By Brendan McConville University of North Carolina Press, The Loyalist Collection has much to offer in facilitating new approaches for teaching loyalist and revolutionary era history.
By collaborating with UNB librarians and library staff to align course work with research agendas, we are articulating and systematizing how experiential learning requirements using primary research can be built into.
The Patriot and The Loyalist is book 2 of the Hearts At War series by author Angela K Couch. The setting is South Carolina ~ Daniel Reid has enlisted in the Continental Army.
Some things have changed since we read book 1: There are brick homes where Daniel was raised in a two-room cabin. Wow. That about sums up this book. The revengeful figures likely refer to the victorious Americans who, after winning the war inoften confiscated the property of loyalists and also imprisoned and even attacked them.
After the Peace of Paris inmany loyalists received financial compensation from the British government. Collection consists of transcripts and digests from the Audit Office records in the Public Record Office in London and from the Royal Institution of Great Britain of the books and papers of the Commission of Enquiry into the losses and services of American loyalists between and They were also called Tories or "King's Men".
Those Loyalists settling in what would become Canada are often called United Empire Loyalists. Their colonial opponents, who supported the Revolution, were called Patriots, Whigs, or just Americans. Loyalist Petitions To find a Loyalist Ancestor and use Loyalist Genealogy Petitions choose from.
Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources. FamilySearch Catalog: The Loyalists in Ontario: the sons and daughters of the American Loyalists of Upper Canada —.
The first half of this book is entitled “Perceptions” and focuses on Calhoon’s attention to Loyalist ideologies, while the second portion, “Moderation,” is dedicated to Calhoon’s fascination with historic moderates who acted as mediators in the aftermath of the Revolutionary War.The Patriot and The Loyalist is book 2 of the Hearts At War series by author Angela K Couch.
The setting is South Carolina ~ Daniel Reid has enlisted in the Continental Army. Some things have changed since we read book 1: There are brick homes where Daniel was raised in a two-room cabin.
Wow! That about sums up this book/5(15).Some 3, Black Loyalists were evacuated from New York to Nova Scotia; they were individually listed in the Book of Negroes as the British gave them certificates of freedom and arranged for their transportation.
The Crown gave them land grants and supplies to help them resettle in Nova Scotia. Some of the European Loyalists who emigrated to Nova Scotia brought their slaves with them.