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Abbot, W.W. The Royal Governors of Georgia, 1754-1775 (Chapel Hill, 1059).

Abu-Shumays, Mary D. "British Views and the American Revolution, 1774-1783." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 59 (July, 1976).

Adair, Douglass, and John A. Schutz. eds. Peter Oliver's Origin and Progress of the American Revolution: A Tory View (San Marino, 1961).

Akers, Charles W. "New Hampshire's 'Honorary' Lieutenant Governor: John Temple and the American Revolution." Historical New Hampshire, 30 (Summer, 1975).

Aldridge, Owen. "The Influence of New York Newspapers on Paine's Common Sense" New York Historical Society Quarterly, 60 (January/April 1976).

Allan, Anne A. "Patriots and Loyalists: The Choice of Political Allegiance by Members of Maryland's Elite" Journal of Southern History, 38 (1972).

Allen, Robert S. The Loyal Americans (Ottawa, 1983).

Anburey, Thomas. Travels Through the Interior Parts of America, 1776-1781 (Boston, 1923).

Andreano, Ralph Louis, and Herbert D. Warner. "Charleston Loyalists: A Statistical Note." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 60 (July, 1959).

Anonymous. "Celebrating the Loyalists" Macleans's Magazine, 13 August 1984.

Anonymous. "Patriot vs Loyalist" American History Illustrated (September, 1984).

Arthur, M. Elizabeth. "French-Canadian Participation in the Government of Canada, 1775-1785." Canadian Historical Review, 32 (No 4, 1951).

Ashton, Rick J. "The Loyalist Experience: New York, 1765-1789" PhD Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1973.

Ashton, Rick J. "The Loyalist Congressmen of New York" New York Historical Society Quarterly, 60 (January/April 1976).

Bailyn, Bernard. "The Losers: Notes on the Historiography of Loyalism." In Bernard Bailyn, The Ordeal of Thomas Hutchinson (1974).

Bakeless, John. Turncoats, Traitors, and Heroes (Philadelphia, 1950).

Balch, Thomas, ed. "Mathew's Narrative." Historical Magazine, 1 (April 1857).

Banwell, Selwyn. The Loyalist (Toronto, 1934).

Barck, Oscar T. New York City During the War for Independence with Special Reference to the Period of British Occupation (New York, 1931).

Bargar, B.D., ed. "Charleston Loyalism in 1775: The Secret Reports of Alexander Innes." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 63 (July, 1963).

Barnes, Timothy M. "The Loyalist Press in the American Revolution, 1765 - 1782" PhD Dissertation University of New Mexico, 1970.

Barnwell, Robert Woodward, Jr. "Loyalism in South Carolina, 1765-1785" PhD Dissertation, Duke University, 1941.

Bauman, Richard. For a Reputation of Truth: Politics, Religion and Conflict among the Pennsylvania Quakers, 1750-1800 (Baltimore, 1971).

Bedley, Arthur G. The United Empire Loyalists (London, 1932).

Bell, David V.J. "Nation and Non-Nation: A New Analysis of the Loyalists and the American Revolution." PhD dissertation, Harvard University, 1969.

Bemis, Samuel F. "Canada and the Peace Settlement of 1782-1783" Canadian Historical Review, 14 (1933).

Benton, William Allen. Whig-Loyalism: An Aspect of Political Ideology in the American Revolutionary Era (Rutherford, 1969).

Berger, Carl. "The Loyalist Tradition." In The Sense of Power: Studies in the Ideas of Canadian Imperialism, 1867-1914 (Toronto, 1970).

Berger, Carl. Broadsides and Bayonets: The Propaganda War of the American Revolution (Philadelphia, 1961).

Bicheno, Hugh. Rebels & Redcoats: The American Revolutionary War (London, 2003).

Bickford, Christopher P. "In the King's Pay: Two Customs Officials in New Haven, 1774-1776" Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 42 (January, 1977).

Blumenthal, Waller H. Women Camp Followers of the American Revolution (Manchester, 1974).

Boucher, Jonathan. Reminiscences of an American Loyalist, 1783-1789 (Boston, 1925).

Bowles, Francis T. "The Loyalty of Barnstable in the Revolution." Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Publications, 25 (1922-1924).

Bradley, Patricia. Slavery, Propaganda, and the American Revolution (Jackson, 1998).

Bradley, Arthur G. The United Empire Loyalists: Founders of British Canada (London, 1932).

Bradley, Arthur G. Colonial Americans in Exile: Founders of British America (New York, 1932).

Brebner, John. The Neutral Yankees of Nova Scotia: A Marginal Colony During the Revolutionary Years (New York, 1937).

Britt, Kent. "The Loyalists" National Geographic Magazine, 147 (April, 1975).

Brown, Gerald S. "The Policy of Lord George Germain Toward the American Revolution, 1775-1778." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1948.

Brooke, John. King George III (New York, 1972).

Brown, "The Newport Gazette: Tory Newsheet." Rhode Island History, 13 (October 1954 and January 1955).

Brown, Lloyd A. Loyalist Operations at New Haven. (Ann Arbor, 1938).

Brown, Robert Munro. "Revolutionary New Hampshire and the Loyalist Experience: 'Surely We Have Deserved a Better Fate.'" PhD Dissertation, University of New Hampshire, 1983.

Brown, Thomas. "A Loyalist View of the Drayton-Tennent-Hart Mission to the Upcountry." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 67 (January, 1966).

Brown, Wallace. "Loyalist Historiography" Acadiensis, 4th Series, 1 (Autumn, 1974).

Brown, Wallace. The Good Americans: The Loyalists in the American Revolution (New York, 1969)

Brown, Wallace. "The Structure of Loyalism During the American Revolution" PhD Dissertation, University of California, 1964.

Brown, Wallace. "The View at Two Hundred Years: The Loyalists of the American Revolution" American Antiquarian Society, Proceedings, 82 (April, 1970).

Brown, Wallace. "The Loyalists in the West Indies, 1783-1834." In Esmond Wright, ed., Red, White and True Blue: The Loyalists in the American Revolution (New York, 1976).

Brown, Wallace. The King's Friends: The Composition and Motives of the American Loyalist Claimants (Providence, 1996).

Brown, Wallace. "Viewpoints of a Pennsylvania Loyalist" Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 91 (1967).

Brown, Wallace. "Negroes and the American Revolution" History Today, 14 (1964).

Brown, Wallace. "Loyalists and Non-participants." In J. Parker and C. Urness. The American Revolution: A Heritage of Change (Minneapolis, 1975).

Brown, Wallace. "The Loyalists and the American Revolution" History Today, 12 (March, 1962).

Bryce, P. H. "The Quinte Loyalists of 1784." Ontario Historical Society Papers and Records, 27 (1931).

Bumstead, J.M. Understanding the Loyalists (Sackville, 1986).

Burleigh, H.C. "A Story of Loyalist Heroism" Ontario History, 42 (1950).

Burt, A. L. The Old Province of Quebec (Toronto, 1933).

Buskirk, Judith Van. "They Didn't Join the Band: Disaffected Women in Revolutionary Philadelphia" Pennsylvania History, 62 (Summer, 1995).

Cadbury, Henry J. "Quaker Relief During the Siege of Boston." Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Publications, 34.

Calhoon, Robert M. "William Smith's Jr's, Alternative to the American Revolution" William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 22 (1965).

Calhoon, Robert M. The Loyalist Perception and Other Essays (Columbia, 1989).

Calhoon, Robert M. "The Loyalist Perception" Acadiensis, 2nd Series, 2 (Spring, 1973).

Calhoon, Robert M. The Loyalists in Revolutionary America, 1760-1781 (New York, 1973).

Calhoon, Robert M. "Civil, Revolutionary, or Partisan: The Loyalists and the Nature of the War for Independence." In Stanley J. Underhahl, ed., Military History of the American Revolution: The Proceedings of the 6th Military History Symposium United States Air Force Academy 10-11 October 1974 (Washington, 1976).

Callahan, North. Flight from the Republic: The Tories of the American Revolution (Indianapolis, 1967).

Callahan, North. Royal Raiders: The Tories of the American Revolution. (Indianapolis, 1963).

Canton, D.R. "Loyalist Refugees" American Heritage, 42 (April, 1991).

Carter, Clarence E., ed. The Correspondence of General Thomas Gage with the Secretary of State, 1763-1775 (New Haven, 1931-1933). 2 vols.

Cary, John H. "The Judicious Are Intirely Neglected: The Fate of a Tory." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 134 (April, 1980).

Chidsey, Donald B. The Loyalists: The Story of those Americans Who Fought Against Independence (New York, 1973).

Clarefield, Gerard R. "The Short, Unhappy Civil Administration of Thomas Gage." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 109 (1973).

Clark, Dora Mac. British Opinion and the American Revolution (New York, 1966).

Clark, Jonathan. "The Problem of Allegiance in Revolutionary Poughkeepsie." In David D Hall, et al, eds. Saints and Revolutionaries (New York, 1984).

Coffin, Victor. The Province of Quebec and the Early American Revolution (Port Washington, 1970).

Cohen, Joel A. "Rhode Island Loyalism and the American Revolution." Rhode Island History, 27 (October, 1968).

Coker, Kathy R. "The Punishment of Revolutionary War Loyalists in South Carolina." PhD Dissertation, University of South Carolina, 1987.

Coker, Kathy R. editor. The Price of Loyalty; Tory Writings from the Revolutionary Era. (New York, 1973).

Coldham, Peter Wilson. American Loyalist Claims (Washington, 1980).

Coleman, Kenneth. The American Revolution in Georgia (Athens, 1958).

Countryman, E. "The Use of Capital in Revolutionary America: The Case of the New York Loyalist Merchants" William and Mary Quarterly, 49 (January, 1992).

Coupland, R. The Quebec Act: A Study in Statesmanship (Oxford, 1925).

Crary, Catharine S. "Forfeited Lands in the Western District of New York: Albany and Tryon Counties" New York History, 25 (1954).

Crary, Catharine S. The Price of Loyalty: Tory Writings from the Revolutionary Era (New York, 1973).

Craton, Michael. A History of the Bahamas (London, 1962).

Cruikshank, E.A., ed. Correspondence of the Honourable Peter Russell (Toronto, 1935).

Cullen, George E., Jr. "Talking to a Whirlwind: The Loyalist Printers in America, 1763-1783." PhD Dissertation, West Virginia University, 1979.

Cuneo, John R. "The Early Days of the Queen's Rangers, August 1776-February 1777." Military Affairs, 22 (Summer 1958).

Curry, Richard O. "Loyalism in Western Virginia During the American Revolution." West Virginia History, 14 (April, 1953).

Curwen, Samuel. Journals and Letters, 1775-1784 (New York, 1964).

Davidson, Philip. Propaganda and the American Revolution, 1763-1783 (Chapel Hill, 1941).

Davies, Hanbury. "The American Loyalists and Australia: Matra's Proposal" United Empire, 25 (1934).

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. "The Loyalist Trials at Ninety Six in 1779." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 80 (April, 1979).

DeMond, Robert O. The Loyalists in North Carolina During the Revolution (Durham, 1940).

Dexter, Franklin B. "Notes on Some of the New Haven Loyalists, Including Those Graduated at Yale." New Haven Colony Historical Society, Papers, 9 (1918).

Dickson, Paul Douglas. "'We Prefer Trade to Dominion'--Imperial Policy and the Settlement of the King's Royal Regiment." Ontario History, 82 (June 1990).

Dickerson, Oliver M. The Navigation Acts and the American Revolution (Philadelphia, 1951).

Diffendorffer, Frank R. "The Loyalists in the American Revolution" Lancaster County Historical Society, Historical Papers and Addresses, 23 (1919).

Diffendorffer, Frank R. "Lancaster County Loyalists." Lancaster County Historical Society, Papers and Addresses, 12 (1908).

Documents. "Intercepted Letters of Virginia Tories, 1775" American Historical Review, 12 (January, 1907).

Documents. "Virginia Legislative Papers" Virginia Magazine of History and Biography ( October, 1906).

Dunham, George W. "An Episode of the Revolution." Journal of American History, 5 (October, 1911).

East, Robert A. Connecticut's Loyalists (Chester, 1974).

East, Robert A. Business Enterprise in the American Revolution (New York, 1938).

East, Robert A., and Jacob Judd, eds. The Loyalist Americans: A Focus on Greater New York (Tarrytown, 1975).

Eddis, William. Letters from America (Cambridge, 1969).

Egerton, Hugh E. The Causes and Character of the American Revolution (Oxford, 1923).

Egerton, Hugh E. Ed. The Royal Commission on the Losses and Services of the American Loyalists (Oxford, 1915).

Einstein, Lewis. Divided Loyalties: Americans in England During the War of Independence (Boston, 1933).

Ellefson, C. Ashley. "Loyalists and Patriots in Georgia During the American Revolution." Historian, 24 (May, 1962).

Ells, Margaret. "Loyalist Attitudes." Dalhousie Review, 15 (October, 1935).

Ernst, Robert. "A Tory-Eye View of the Evacuation of New York." New York History, 64 (October, 1983).

Evans, G.N.D., ed. Allegiance in America: The Case of the Loyalists (Reading, 1969).

Faltsits, Victor Hugo, ed. Minutes of the Commissioners for Detecting and Defeating Conspiracies in the State of New York: Albany Sessions, 1778-1781 (Albany, 1909).

Faust, Albert Bernhardt. The German Element in the United States, With Special Reference to its Political, Moral, Social, and Educational Influence (Boston, 1909). Reviewed by Oskar Kuhns in American Historical Review, 15(April, 1910).

Ferling, John. A Leap in the Dark: The Struggle to Create the American Republic (New York, 2003).

Fingerhut, Eugene R. "Uses and Abuses of the Loyalists' Claims: A Critique of Quantitative Analysis." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 25(April, 1968).

Fisher, Josephine. "Loyalists in Strafford." Vermont Historical Society Proceedings, New Series, 5 (December, 1937).

Fisher, L.R. "Revolution Without Independence: The Halifax Merchants and the American Revolution, 1749-1775" Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1978.

Fisher, Sydney G. "The Legendary and Myth-Making Process in Histories of the American Revolution" American Philosophical Society, Proceedings, 51 (1912).

Flannagan, Vincent, and Gerald Kurland. "Stephen Kemble: New Jersey Loyalist." New Jersey History, 90 (Spring, 1972).

Fleming, R.H. "Phyn, Ellice and Company of Schenectady." Contributions to Canadian Economics, 4 (1932).

Flick, Alexander C. Loyalism in New York During the American Revolution (New York, 1901).

Fogleman, Aaron Spencer. Hopeful Journeys: German Immigration, Settlement, and Political Culture in Colonial America, 1717-1775 (Philadelphia, 1996).

Ford, Worthington Chauncey, ed. Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789 (Washington, 1906).

Fraser, Walter F. Patriots, Pistols and Petticoats: "Poor Sinful Charles Town" During the American Revolution.

Frech, Laura Page. "The Wilmington Committee of Public Safety and the Loyalist Rising of February, 1776." North Carolina Historical Review, 42 (January, 1964).

Furlong, Patrick J. "Civilian-Military Conflict and the Restoration of the Royal Province of Georgia, 1778-1782." Journal of Southern History, 38 (August, 1972).

Ganyard, Robert L. "North Carolina During the American Revolution: The First Phase, 1774-1777." PhD dissertation, Duke University, 1962).

Gerlach, Larry R. "Revolution or Independence? New Jersey, 1760-1776." PhD dissertation, Rutgers University, 1968.

Gerlach, Larry R. "Loyalist Studies in New Jersey: Needs and Opportunities." New Jersey History, 95 (Summer, 1977).

Gilbert, G.A. "The Connecticut Loyalists." American Historical Review, 4 (January, 1899).

Gipson, Lawrence H. "Colonies Ripe for Revolt: The Older British North American Colonies, 1763." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1959.

Gipson, Lawrence Henry. Jared Ingersoll: A Study of American Loyalism in Relationship to British Colonial Government (New Haven, 1920).

Gorman, Ann Condin. "The Beast at the Banquet: Loyalists and Revolutionary Approaches to Democracy in North America." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1983.

Grafton, John. The American Revolution: A Picture Source Book , 411 Copyright-free Illustrations, Battles, Events, Documents, People of the Revolution (New York, 1975).

Granger, Bruce I. Political Satire in the American Revolution, 1763-1783 (Ithaca, 1960).

Green, Jack P., ed. The Ambiguity of the American Revolution (New York, 1968).

Griffith, Samuel B. In Defense of the Public Liberty: Britain, America and the Struggle for Independence, From 1760 to the Surrender at Yorktown in 1781 (New York, 1976).

Gruber, Ira D. The Howe Brothers and the American Revolution (New York, 1972)

Gunn, J.A.W. "Unity and Conflict: The Idea of Constitutional Opposition in the Old Regime and the Revolution." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1991.

Guthorn, Peter J. British Maps of the American Revolution (Monmouth Beach, 1972).

Gwyn, Julian. "The Impact of British Military Spending on the Colonial Money Market, 1760-1783." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1980.

Haffner, Gerald O. "Captain Charles Asgill: An Anglo-American Incident, 1782" History Today, 7 (1957).

Halsey, Francis W., ed. A Tour of Four Great Rivers: The Hudson, Mohawk, Susquehanna and Delaware in 1769: Being the Journal of Richard Smith of Burlington, New Jersey (New York, 1906).

Hammond, Otis Grant. Tories of New Hampshire in the War of the Revolution (Concord, 1917).

Hancock, Harold B. "The New Castle County Loyalists." Delaware History, 4 (September, 1951)

Hancock, Harold B. "The Kent County Loyalists." Delaware History, 6 (March, September, 1954).

Hancock, Harold B. "Thomas Robinson: Delaware's Most Prominent Loyalist." Delaware History, 4 (March 1950).

Hancock, Harold B. The Delaware Loyalists (Wilmington, 1940).

Hanson, Willis T. History of Schenectady During the American Revolution, to which is Appended a Contribution to the Individual Records of the Inhabitants of the Schenectady District During that Period (Salem, 1997).

Harding, Anne Borden. "The Port Roseway Debacle: Some American Loyalists in Nova Scotia." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 117 (January 1963).

Harrell, Isaac S. Loyalism in Virginia (Durham, 1926).

Harrell, Isaac S. "North Carolina Loyalists." North Carolina Historical Review, 3(October, 1926).

Harrington, Virginia D. The New York Merchants on the Eve of the Revolution (New York, 1935).

Harvey, E.B. "The Negro Loyalists" Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, 1(1971).

Harvey, Robert. A Few Bloody Noses: The Realities and Mythologies of the American Revolution (Woodstock and New York, 2001).

Hast, Adele. Loyalism in Revolutionary Virginia: The Norfolk Area and the Eastern Shore (Ann Arbor, 1982).

Hast, Adele. Loyalism in Revolutionary Virginia: The Norfolk Area and the Eastern Shore." PhD Dissertation, University of Iowa, 1979.

Hawes, Lilla M., ed. "Minute Book, Savannah Board of Police, 1779." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 45(September, 1961).

Hibbert, Christopher. Redcoats and Rebels: The American Revolution Through British Eyes (New York, 1991).

Higgenbotham, Don. "American Historians and the Military History of the American Revolution" American Historical Review, 70 (1964).

High, John W., Jr. "The Philadelphia Loyalists, 1763-1783." PhD Dissertation, Temple University, 1975.

Hodges, Graham. Black Resistance in Colonial and Revolutionary Bergen County, New Jersey (pamphlet, 1989).

Hooker, Richard J. "The Anglican Church and the American Revolution." PhD dissertation, University of Chicago, 1943.

Howard, Thomas William. "Intellectual Foundations of American Loyalist Thought." PhD Dissertation, Indiana University, 1972.

Hull, N.E.H., Peter C. Hoffer and Stephen L. Allen. "Choosing Sides: Aquantative Study of the Personality Determinants of Loyalism and Revolutionary Affiliation in New York." Journal of American History, 65(September, 1978).

Hunt, Richard I., Jr. "The Loyalists of Maine." PhD Dissertation, University of Maine, 1980.

Hyman, Harold. To Try Men's Souls: Loyalty Tests in American History (Berkeley, 1959).

Jacobs, Roberta Tansman. "The Treaty and the Tories: The Ideological Reaction to the Return of the Loyalists, 1783-1787." PhD Dissertation, Cornell University, 1974..

Jameson, J. Franklin. The American Revolution Considered as a Social Movement (Boston, 1956).

Johnson, Arthur. Myths and Facts of the American Revolution (Toronto, 1908).

Johnson, Cecil. British West Florida, 1763-1783 (New Haven, 1943).

Johnston, Elizabeth Lichtenstein. Recollections of a Georgia Loyalist Written in 1836 (London, 1972).

Jones, Alfred E. The Loyalists of Massachusetts: Their Memorials, Petitions and Claims (1930).

Jones, E.A. ed. The Loyalists of New Jersey: Their Memorials, Petitions, Claims, &c, from English Records (Boston, 1933).

Jones, Eldon Lewis. "Sir Guy Carleton and the Close of the American War of Independence, 1782-1783" PhD Dissertation, Duke University, 1968.

Jones, V.C. The United Empire Loyalists View of the U.S. Revolution (nd, np).

Jordan, Jean Paul. "The Anglican Establishment in Colonial New York, 1693-1783." PhD Dissertation, Columbia University, 1971.

Kalinoski, Sarah V. "Sequestration, Confiscation, and the 'Tory' in the Vermont Revolution." Vermont History, 45 (Fall, 1977).

Keesey, Ruth M. "Loyalism in Bergen County, New Jersey." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 18 (October, 1961).

Kierner, Cynthia. "Landlord and Tenant in Revolutionary New York: The Case of Livingston Manor" New York History, 87 (April, 1989).

Kim, Sung Bok. "The Limits of Politicisation in the American Revolution: The Experience of Westchester County" Journal of American History, 80 (December, 1983).

Kozy, Charlene Johnson. "Tories Transplanted: The Caribbean Exile and Plantation Settlement of Southern Loyalists." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 75 (Spring, 1991).

Kyte, George W. "Introduction to the Periodical Literature on Middle Colony Loyalists in the American Revolution." Pennsylvania History, 18 (April 1951).

Kyte, George W. "Some Plans for a Loyalist Stronghold in the Middle Colonies." Pennsylvania History, 16 (July, 1949).

Kyte, George W. "Plans for Reconquest of the Rebellious Colonies in America." Historian, 10 (Spring, 1948).

Labaree, Benjamin W. The Boston Tea Party (New York, 1964).

Labaree, Leonard Woods. The Public Papers of the State of Connecticut for the Years 1783 and 1784, with the Journals of the Council of Safety from January 9, 1783 to November 15, 1783 (Hartford, 1943).

Labaree, Leonard Woods. "Nature of American Loyalism" American Antiquarian Society, Proceedings, 54 (1944).

Labaree, Leonard Woods. Royal Government in America: A Study off the British Colonial System before 1783 (New Haven, 1930).

Lambert, Robert. "The Confiscation of Loyalist Property in Georgia" William and Mary Quarterly, 20 (January, 1963).

Lambert, Robert Stansbury. South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution (Columbia, 1987).

Lanctot, Gustave. Canada and the American Revolution, 1774-1783 (Toronto, 1967).

Landrum, J.B.O. Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina (Greenville, 1897).

Latting, John J. Ed. "Salem Loyalists - Unpublished Letters." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 26 (1872).

Launitz-Schurer, Leopold S., Jr. "A Loyalist Clergyman's Response to the Imperial Crisis in the American Colonies: A Note on Samuel Seabury's Letters of A Westchester Farmer." Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 44 (June, 1975).

Launitz-Schurer, Leopold S., Jr. Loyal Whigs and Revolutionaries: The Making of the Revolution in New York, 1765-1776 (New York, 1980).

Leder, Lawrence H., ed. The Colonial Legacy: The Loyalist Historians (New York, 1971).

Leiby, Adrian C. The Revolutionary War in the Hacensack Valley: The Jersey Dutch and the Neutral Ground (New Brunswick, 1962).

Liftig, Robert A. “The Loyalists Come Home to Fairfield: How Fairfield University Students Discovered a Dark Page in their Local and National History”. Loyalist Gazette, Vol XLV, No 1, Spring 2007.

Livesey, Robert. The Loyal Refugees (Discovering Canada Series) (Toronto, 1999).

Lloyd, Alan. The King Who Lost America: A Portrait of the Life and Times of George III (Garden City, 1971).

Lossing, B.J. Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution (New York, 1859).

Lossing, Benson J. Reflections of Rebellion: Hours with the Men and Women of the Revolution (Charleston, 2005).

Lynn, Kenneth Schuyler. A Divided People (Westport, 1977).

Maas, David Edward. "The Return of the Massachusetts Loyalists." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1972.

Maas, David Edward. The Return of the Massachusetts Loyalists (New York, 1989).

MacKinnon, Neil. This Unfriendly Soul: The Loyalist Experience in Nova Scotia, 1783-1791. (Kingston, 1986).

MacLean, John Patterson. An Historical Account of the Settlement of Scotch Highlanders in America Prior to the Peace of 1783 together with Notices of Highland Regiments and Biographical Sketches (Cleveland, 1900).

MacNutt, W.S. "The Making of the Maritime Provinces, 1713-1784." Canadian Historical Association Booklet, 4 (1962).

MacNutt, W.S. "The Loyalists: A Sympathetic View." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1976.

Main, Jackson Turner. Rebel vs Tory: The Crisis of the Revolution, 1773-1776 (Chicago, 1963).

Mark, Edward M. "The Reverend Samuel Peters and the Patriot Mobs in Connecticut." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 40 (July, 1975).

Martin, James Kilby. Men in Rebellion: High Governmental Leaders and the Coming of the American Revolution (New Brunswick, 1973).

Martin, Thomas S. "True Whigs and Honest Tories: Origins and Evolution of Loyalist Ideology." PhD Dissertation, Miami University, 1978.

Martin, Thomas S. True Whigs and Honest Tories: The Unravelling of Empire (Bethesda, 1997).

Mason, Keith. "Localism, Evangelicalism, and Loyalism: The Sources of Discontents in the Revolutionary Chesapeake." Journal of Southern History, 56 (February, 1990).

Mather, Frederic Gregory. Refugees of 1776 from Long Island to Connecticut (New York, 1913).

McCaughey, Elizabeth Peterkin. "William Samuel Johnson, Loyalist and Founding Father." Ph.D. Dissertation, Columbia University, 1976.

McGrady, Edward, ed. History of South Carolina: Volume 2, Under the Royal Government, 1719-1776 (New York, 1899).

McGrady, Edward, ed. History of South Carolina: Volume 3, American Revolution, 1775-1780 (New York, 1899).

McGrady, Edward, ed. History of South Carolina: Volume 4, American Revolution, 1780-1783 (New York, 1899).

McGrath, Stephen P. "Connecticut's Tory Towns: The Loyalty Struggle in Newtown, Redding, and Ridgefield, 1774-1783." Connecticut Historical Society, Bulletin, 44 (July, 1979).

McKenna, Katherine Mary Jean. "Treading the Hard Road: Some Women Loyalists and the American Revolution." MA Thesis, Queens University, 1979.

McKirdy, Charles R. "A Bar Divided: The Lawyers of the American Revolution." The American Journal of Legal History, 17 (1972).

Mekeel, Arthur J. "The Society of Friends (Quakers) and the American Revolution." PhD dissertation, Harvard University, 1940.

Merrit, Bruce G. "Loyalism and Social Conflict in Revolutionary Deerfield, Massachusetts." Journal of American History, 57 (September, 1970).

Mills, Frederick V. "Anglican Expansion in Colonial America, 11761-1775.' Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 39 (September, 1970).

Miller, Randall M., editor. "A Backcountry Loyalist Plan to Retake Georgia and the Carolinas, 1778." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 75 (October 1974).

Mitchell, Peter McQuilkin. "Loyalist Property and the Revolution in Virginia." PhD Dissertation, University of Colorado, 1965.

Mitchell, Robert Gary. "Loyalist Georgia." PhD Dissertation, Tulane University, 1964.

Moomaw, W.H. "The British Leave Virginia." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 66 (April, 1958).

Moore, Christopher. The Loyalists: Revolution, Exile, Settlement (Toronto, 1984).

Morgan, Edmond S., and Helen M. Morgan. The Stamp Act Crisis (New York, 1963).

Moore, Frank, comp. Diary of the American Revolution, 1775-1781 (New York, 1967).

Morris, Richard B. "Class Struggle and the American Revolution." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 19 (1962).

Morris, Richard B. The Peacemakers: The Great Powers and American Independence (New York, 1965).

Mowat, Charles L. East Florida as a British Province, 1763-1784 (Berkeley, 1943).

Nardo, Don. The American Revolution: Opposing Viewpoints Digests (Greenhouse Press, 1998).

Neatby, Hilda. The Quebec Act: Protest and Policy (Scarborough, 1972).

Nelson, William H. "The Last Hopes of the American Loyalists." Canadian Historical Review, 32 (1951).

Nelson, William H. "The Revolutionary Character of the American Revolution." American Historical Review, 70 (1965).

Nelson, William H. The American Tory (Oxford, 1961).

New, M. Christopher. Maryland Loyalists in the American Revolution (Centreville, 1996).

Norton, Mary Beth. "Eighteenth-Century American Women in Peace and War: The Case of the Loyalists." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 33 (July, 1976).

Nye, Mary Greene, ed. Sequestration, Confiscation and Sale of Estates (Montpelier, 1941).

Oakes, Robert F. "Philadelphians in Exile: The Problem of Loyalty during the American Revolution." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 96 (July, 1972).

O'Donnell, James H., ed. "A Loyalist View of the Drayton-Tennent-Hart Mission to the Upcountry." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 67 (January, 1966).

Oliver, Peter. Origin and Progress of the American Revolution (San Marino, 1961).

Ousterhout, Anne McCabe. A State Divided: Opposition in Pennsylvania to the American Revolution (Westport, 1987).

Ousterhout, Anne McCabe. The Forgotten Antagonists: Pennsylvania Loyalists." PhD Dissertation, Michigan State University, 1972.

Overfield, Richard Arthur. "The Loyalists of Maryland During the American Revolution." PhD Dissertation, University of Maryland, 1968.

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