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Acheson, T.W. "New Boston to New Brunswick: Anonymous Loyalists in New Hampshire." Acadiensis, 27 (Autumn, 1997).

Acheson, T.W. "A Study in the Historical Demography of a Loyalist County." Social History, 1 (April, 1968).

Ancaster Township Historical Society. Ancaster's Heritage: A History of Ancaster Township (Hamilton, 1970).

Anderson, George, comp. A Loyalist Guide to the Mohawk Valley (Toronto, 1997).

Anonymous. "Black List: A List of Those Tories Who Took Part with Great Britain in the Revolutionary War and Were Attainted of High Treason in Philadelphia, 1802." Ontario History, 7 (1906).

Anonymous. Canadian Letters. Description of a Tour Through the Province of Lower and Upper Canada in the Course of the Years 1792 and 1793. Canadian Antiquarian and Numastic Journal, 3rd Series, 4 (1912).

Anonymous. "Pioneers of Charlotteville Township, Norfolk County, 1798-1816." Norfolk Historical Society, 1979.

Ansley, Amos. A Collection of Loyalist and Other Petitions, Letters, etc, Referring to the Boundary Settlements on Lake Ontario to the Bay of Quinte, Between 1783 and 1810 (Ottawa, 1968).

Antliff, W. Bruce. Loyalist Settlements, 1783-1789: New Evidence of Canadian Loyalist Claims (Toronto, 1985).

Archibald, Ex-Governor. "The Deportation of Negroes from Nova Scotia to Sierra Leone." Nova Scotia Historical Society, Collections, 7 (1889-91).

Armstrong, Frederick H. "The Oligarchy of the Western District of Upper Canada." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1977.

Armstrong, Frederick H. Handbook of Upper Canada Chronology (Toronto, 1985).

Austin, Grace. "The Story of Philip Buck, Loyalist." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 1, Spring, 1998).

Badgley, Leonard. "A History of the Talbot Road in Haldimand County and the Badgley Farm at Canfield." Western Historical Notes, 5 (September, 1947).

Barkley, Murray Willis. "The Loyalist Tradition in New Brunswick: A Study in the Growth and Evolution of an Historical Myth, 1825-1914." MA Thesis, Queens University, 1972.

Barkley, Murray. "The Loyalist Tradition in New Brunswick: The Growth and Evaluation of an Historical Myth, 1825-1914." Acadiensis, 4 (1974-75).

Bates, Walter. Kingston and the Loyalists of the "Spring Fleet" of AD 1783...(Saint John, 1889).

Bell, David V. J. “The Loyalist Tradition in Canada” in Canadian History Before Confederation, J.M. Bumsted, ed. (Georgetown, 1979).

Bell, David, V.J. "The Loyalist Tradition in Canada." Journal of Canadian Studies, 5th Series, 2(May, 1970).

Bell, D. G. "Slavery and the Judges of Loyalist New Brunswick." University of New Brunswick Law Journal, 31(1982).

Bourinot, John George. The United Empire Loyalists of Canada (Victoria, 1899).

Bousfield, Arthur, and Garry Toffoli. Loyalist Vignettes and Sketches (Toronto, 1984).

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

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

Brown, Wallace. "Escape from the Republic: The Dispersal of the American Loyalists." History Today, (February, 1972).

Brown, Wallace, and Hereward Senior. Victory in Defeat: The Loyalists in Canada (Toronto, 1984).

Bruce, Reginald Maxwell. The Loyalist Trails: With the Friendly Interest of Mr Heinz Demmler Who Photographed Most of the Illustrations (Kingston, 1965).

Bryce, P. H. "The Quinte Loyalists of 1784." Ontario History, 27(1931).

Bumstead, J.M. "The Impact of the American Revolution on the Island of St John." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1981.

Burkholder, Mabel. "Palatine Settlements in York County." Ontario History, 37(1945).

Burleigh, H.C. Confiscations, Albany, Charlotte and Tryon Counties, New York (np, nd)

Burleigh, H.C. Sequestrations, Confiscations and Sale of Estates, State Papers of Vermont (np, nd)

Burns, R.J. "God's Chosen People: The Origins of Toronto Society, 1792-1818." Canadian Historical Association, Papers, 1973.

Burritt, Mrs Alexander. "Early Settlement of Grenville County." Women's Canadian Historical Society of Ottawa, Transactions, 1 (1901).

Burtniak, John, and Wesley B. Turner, ed. United Empire Loyalists in the Niagara Peninsula, in Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Niagara Peninsula History Conference, Brock University, 28-29 April 1984 (St. Catharines, 1984).

Burtniak, John, comp. United Empire Loyalists: Various Articles (St Catharines, 1991).

Camp, Margaret Robin Mary. “The Influence of the Printed Word and the Displacement of the Loyalists”. Loyalist Gazette, XLIII, No 1, Spring 2005.

Canniff, William. The Settlement of Upper Canada (reprint, Belleville, 1971).

Canniff, William. History of the Province of Ontario (Upper Canada) Containing....the American Revolution, the Settlement of the Country by UE Loyalists... (Toronto, 1872).

Careless, J.M.S. Ontario: A Celebration of Our Heritage (Mississauga, 1991).

Carnohan, Janet, ed. "Names Only But Much More" Ontario Historical Society, Papers and Records, 27 (1915).

Casselman, Alexander Clark. The Highland Scotch UE Loyalists." United Empire Loyalists' Association of Ontario, Annual Transactions, (Toronto, 1901 and 1902).

Casselman, Alexander Clark. The German United Empire Loyalists of the County of Dundas, Ontario (Toronto, 1900).

Church of England. An office for laying corner stone of the U.E. Loyalist Memorial Church, Adolphustown, June 17th, 1884 [microform] (Napanee 1884).

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

Condon, Ann Gorman. "The Envy of the American States: The Settlement of the Loyalists in New Brunswick - Goals and Achievements." PhD Dissertation, Harvard University, 1975.

Condon, Anne Gorman. "Hope Restored: The Revitilization of Loyalist Politics in British North America." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1977.

Corupe, Linda, comp. Lennox and Addington County, Ontario, Marriages, 1869-1890 (np, nd).

Corupe, Linda, comp. Census Transcriptions (np, nd).

Corupe, Linda, comp. Vital Statistics from the Napanee, Ontario, Beaver (np, nd)

Corupe, Linda, comp. Wesleyan Methodist Baptisim Register (Ontario), 1845-1870 (np, nd).

Craig, Gerald Marquis. Upper Canada: The Formative Years, 1784-1841 (Toronto, 1963).

Crowder, Norman K. Early Ontario Settlers: A Source Book (Baltimore, 1993).

Cruikshank, Ernest A., ed. "Ten Years of the Colony of Niagara, 1780-1790." Niagara Historical Society, 17 (1908).

Cruikshank, Ernest A., ed. "Records of Niagara: In the Days of Commander Grant and Lieut Governor Gore, 1805-1811." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 42 (1931).

Cruikshank, Ernest A. "A Journey from Montreal to Kingston in 1791." Ontario History, 21 (1924).

Cruikshank, Ernest A. "Petitions for Grants of Land, 1792-1796." Ontario History, 24 (1927).

Cruikshank, Ernest A. "Petitions for Grants of Land in Upper Canada, Second Series, 1796-99." Ontario History, 26 (1930).

Cruikshank, Ernest A., ed. "Records of Niagara: A Collection of Documents Relating to the First Settlement, 1778-1783." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 38 (1927).

Cruikshank, Ernest A., ed. "Records of Niagara, A Collection of Contemporary Letters and Documents, 1790-92." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 41 (1930).

Cruikshank, Ernest A. "The Coming of the Loyalist Mohawks to the Bay of Quinte." Ontario History, 26 (1930).

Cruikshank, Ernest A. "The Register of St Paul's Church, Fort Erie." Ontario History, 27 (1931).

Cruikshank, Ernest A., ed. "Records of Niagara, 1784-7." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 39 (nd)

Cruikshank, Ernest A., ed. "Records of Niagara, 1784-7." Niagara Historical Society, Papers, 40 (nd).

Cruikshank, Ernest A., ed. The Settlement of the United Empire Loyalists on the Upper St Lawrence River and the Bay of Quinte in 1784: A Documentary Record. (Toronto, 1934)

Cumberland, Robert W. The United Empire Loyalist Settlements Between Kingston and Adolphustown (Kingston, 1923).

Cumberland, Robert W. Pioneer Problems in Upper Canada (Kingston, 1923).

Davidson, John. "The Loyalist Tradition In Canada." Macmillan's Magazine (September, 1904).

Denison, G.T. "The United Empire Loyalists and Their Influence Upon the History of This Continent." Royal Society of Canada, Transactions, 2 (1904-1905).

Detroit Public Library Commission. The John Askin Papers (Detroit, 1928).

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

Dubeau, Sharon M. New Brunswick Loyalists: A Bicentennial Tribute (Agincourt, 1983).

Duffy, Dennis. Gardens, Covenants, Exiles: Loyalists in Literature of Upper Canada (Toronto, 1982).

Dunham, Bertha. The Trail of the Conestoga (Toronto, 1924).

Dunham, Mabel. "Mid-European Backgrounds of Waterloo County." Ontario History, 37 (1945).

Egerton, Hugh E., ed. The Royal Commission on the Losses and Services of American Loyalists, 1783-1785: Being Notes of Mr David Parker Coke... (Oxford, 1915).

Elliott, Noel Montgomery. People of Ontario, 1600-1900: Alphabetised Directory of the People, Places, and Vital Dates (London, 1984).

Ells, Margaret. "Settling the Loyalists in Nova Scotia." Canadian Historical Association, Papers, 1934.

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

Errington, Jane. The Lion, The Eagle, and Upper Canada: A Developing Colonial Ideology (Kingston, 1987).

Errington, Jane. "Hidden Women in Early Upper Canada: A Preliminary Probe." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1998.

Evans, Geraint Nantglyn Davies. The Loyalists (Vancouver, 1973).

Everest, Allan Seymour. Moses Hazen and the Canadian Refugees in the American Revolution (Syracuse, 1976).

Farmer, Dennis, and Carol Farmer. The King's Bread, 2nd Rising: Cooking at Niagara, 172-1815 (Youngstown, 1989).

Feister, Lois. "Molly Brant, John Butler, and the Indians of New York." In United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, Colonel John Butler Branch. The Butler Bicentenary: Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Colonel John Butler (St Catharines, 1997).

Fellows, Jo-Ann. "The Loyalist Myth in Canada." Canadian Historical Association, Papers, 1971.

Fellows, J. "Backwoods Remnants: The Population of the Saint John River Townships, 30 June - 10 July 1783." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1977.

Fellows, Robert. "The Loyalists and Land Settlement in New Brunswick, 1783-90." The Canadian Archivist, 2 (No 2, 1971).

Fingard, Judith. The Anglican Design in Loyalist Nova Scotia, 1783-1816 (London, 1972).

Fink, Dean. Life in Upper Canada, 1781-1841 (Toronto, 1971).

Firth, Edith G. The Town of York, 1793-1815 (Toronto, 1962).

Fitzgerald, E. Keith, and Norman K. Crowder. Ontario People, 1796-1803 (Baltimore, 1993).

Fitzgerald, E. Keith. District Rolls of Loyalists and Related Lists...Held in the National Archives of Canada, Manuscript Division (West Hill, 1985).

Fitzgerald, E. Keith. Ontario People: 1796-1803 (Baltimore, 1993).

Fitzgerald, E. Keith. Loyalist Lists (Baltimore, 1984).

Fitzgerald, E. Keith. Loyalist Lists: Over 2,000 Names and Families from the Haldimand Papers (Toronto, 1984).

Fleming, D. F. "Negro Slaves with the United Empire Loyalists in Upper Canada." Ontario History, 45 (1950).

Flowers, A.D. The Loyalists of Bay Chaleur (Victoria, 1973).

Fonthill Women's Institute. History of the Village of Fonthill (Welland, 1962).

Foran, Mrs T.P. "My Native County - Glengarry." Women's Canadian Historical Society of Ottawa, Transactions, 1 (1901).

Forsyth, Karen. "Poll Book for the County of Annapolis, 1786." Nova Scotia Historical Review, 1(1981).

Francis, Alexander. "An Enquiry into the Losses and Services in Consequence to Their Loyalty: Evidence in the Canadian Claims." In the 2nd Report to the Ontario Archives (Toronto, 1905). Reprint, Baltimore, 1994.

Fryer, Mary Beacock. Escape: Adventures of a Loyalist Family (Toronto, 1976).

Fryson, Donald. "Women as Complainants Before the Justices of the Peace in the District of Montreal, 1779-1830." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1996.

Ganong, W.F. "A Monograph of the Origins of Settlements in the Province of New Brunswick." Royal Society of Canada, Transactions, 10 (1904).

Gates, Lillian Frances. Land Policies of Upper Canada (Toronto, 1968).

Gates, Lillian Frances. "The Heir and Devisee Commission of Upper Canada, 1797-1805." Canadian Historical Review, 38 (No 1, 1927).

Gilliam, Florence E. "The Loyalists in Prince Edward Island." Royal Society of Canada, Transactions, 4 (1910).

Gilroy, Marion. Loyalism and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia (Halifax, 1937).

Gilroy, Marion. "Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia." Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Publications, No 5 (Halifax, nd).

Gleason, Mona L. The Loyalists of the New Settlement: A Study in Multiculturalism (Leamington, 1994).

Glendennan, D. W. "Some Presbyterian United Empire Loyalists." Ontario History, 3 (1901).

Greeley, Susan Bufrnham. "Sketches of the Past." Ontario History, 23 (1926).

Grant, John. "Black Immigrants into Nova Scotia, 1776-1815." Journal of Negro History, 58 (1973).

Green, Ernest. "Township No 2 - Mount Dorchester - Stamford." Ontario History, 25 (1929).

Groh, Ivan. The Negroes of the Niagara Peninsula (St Catharines, 1969).

Groh, Ivan. United Empire Loyalists and Mennonite Pioneers of the Niagara Peninsula (St Catharines, 1976.

Hadfield, Joseph. An Englishman in America, 1785 (Toronto, 1933).

Haight, Caniff. A United Empire Loyalist in Great Britain: Here and There in the Homeland (Toronto, 1904).

Hamil, Fred Coyne. The Valley of the Lower Thames (Toronto, 1951).

Hancocks, Elizabeth. "Loyalist: Good, Bad and Indifferent" in Niagara Peninsula History Conference, Proceedings, 1984.

Hannay, James. "The Maugerville Settlement." New Brunswick Historical Society, Collections, 1 (1894).

Hannay, James. History of New Brunswick (Saint John, 1909).

Harding, Ann Borden. "The Port Roseway Debacle: Some Loyalist in Nova Scotia." The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 47 (January, 1963.).

Helling, R. A., et al. From United Empire Loyalists to Old Colony Returnees: The History of German Canadians in Essex County, Ontario, Canada (Windsor, 1982).

Henry, Francis. Forgotten Canadians: The Blacks of Nova Scotia (Toronto, 1973).

Herrington, W.S. Pioneer Life Among the Loyalists in Upper Canada (New York, 1915).

Hilchey, Doris. The Loyalists Come to Nova Scotia (Tantalian, 1985).

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Hodges, Graham Russell, ed. The Black Loyalist Directory: African Americans in Exile after the American Revolution (New York, 1996).

Horsey, Amey. "Early Settlement of Prince Edward County." Women's Canadian Historical Society of Ottawa, Transactions, 1 (1901).

Howson, John. Sketches of Upper Canada: Domestic, Local and Characteristic (Edinburgh, 1825).

Hulton, Ann. Letters of a Loyalist Lady (Cambridge, 1927).

Hughes, Alun. "John Butler and Early Settlement on the West Bank of the Niagara River." In United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, Colonel John Butler Branch. The Butler Bicentenary: Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Colonel John Butler (St Catharines, 1997).

Humber, Charles J. The Ontario Story (Mississauga, 1999).

Hunter, A. F. "The Probated Wills of Persons Prominent in the Public Affairs of Early Upper Canada." Ontario History, 24 (1927).

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Jack, I.Allen. Loyalists and Slavery in New Brunswick." Royal Society of Canada, Transactions, 2nd Series, 4 (1898).

Jack, I. Allen. "The Loyalists and Slavery in New Brunswick." Royal Society of Canada, Transactions (1898).

Johnson, Peter W. "The 'Munro' Doctrine." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 1, Spring, 1998).

Johnston, Charles M. Valley of the Six Nations: A Collection of Documents on the Indian Lands of the Grand River (Toronto, 1964).

Jones, Orlo, and Doris Haslam. An Island Refuge: Loyalists and Disbanded Troops on the Island of Saint John (Charlottetown, 1983).

Jones, E. A., ed. The Loyalists of New Jersey: Their Memorials, Petitions, Claims, etc, from English Records (Newark, 1927).

Jones, E. A., ed. The Loyalists of Massachusetts: Their Memorials, Petitions, Claims, etc, from English Records (Newark, 1930).

Kirkconnell, Watson. The Loyalists of Nova Scotia (Halifax, 1969).

Kirby, William. Annals of Niagara (Niagara-on-the-Lake, 1927).

Knowles, Norman. "Shall We Not Raise, There Again, But Higher, Some Pyramid Piercing the Skies: The Loyalist Tradition and the Adolphustown Centennial Celebrations of 1884." Ontario History, 80 (1988).

Knowles, Norman. "Sons of the Brave, Remember Your Forefathers: Nostalgia and Invention of the Loyalist Tradition in the Nineteenth Century." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1991.

Knowles, Norman James. Inventing the Loyalists: The Ontario Loyalist Tradition and the Creation of Useable Pasts (Toronto, 1997).

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

Kulisek, L. L., and K. G. Pryke, eds. The Western District: Papers Prepared for the Western District Conference (Windsor, 1982).

Lajeunesse, Ernest J. "The First Four Years of the Settlement on the Canadian Side of the Detroit River." Ontario History, 47 (1955).

Lajeunesse, Ernest J. The Windsor Border Region (Toronto, 1960).

Langelier, J.C., comp. List of Lands Granted by the Crown in the Province of Quebec from 1763-1890 (Quebec, 1891).

Lampee, Thomas C. "The Missisquoi Loyalists." Vermont Historical Society, Proceedings, 6 (No 2, June 1938).

Lapp, Eula C. To Their Heirs Forever (Belleville, 1977).

Lawrence, J.W. "Loyalist Transport Ships, 1783." New Brunswick Historical Society, Collections, 5 (1904).

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MacDonald, H. S. "The United Empire Loyalists of the Old Johnstown District." Ontario History, 12 (1914).

MacDonald, George F. The New Settlement on Lake Erie (Windsor, 1918).

Macdonell, Alexander. Sketches Illustrating the Early Settlement and History of Glengarry, Canada… (Montreal, 1893).

Mackinnon, Neil. "Nova Scotia Loyalists, 1783-85." Social History, 4 (November, 1969).

Mackinnon, Neil. "The Changing Attitudes of the Nova Scotian Loyalists to the United States, 1783-1791." Acadiensis, 2nd Series, 2 (Spring, 1973).

Mackinnon, Neil. "The Loyalist Experience in Nova Scotia, 1783-1791." PhD Dissertation, Queen's University, 1975.

MacKinnon, Neil. This Unfriendly Soil: The Loyalist Experience in Nova Scotia, 1783-1791 (Kingston, 1998).

MacKinnon, Neil. "This Cursed Republican Spirit: The Loyalists and Nova Scotia's Sixth Assembly." Humanities Association Review, 27 (1976).

MacLeod, Ada. "Some Loyalists of Prince Edward Island." Dalhousie Review, 10 (1931).

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Magee, Joan. A Dutch Heritage: 200 Years of Dutch Presence in the Windsor Border Region (Toronto, 1983).

Magee, Joan. Loyalist Mosaic: A Multi-Ethnic Heritage (Toronto, 1984).

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Manson, Stuart L. "Like Father, Like Son: The Johnson Family and the Town Site of Cornwall." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 1, Spring, 1998).

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Martin, Dorothy L., and Kathleen McIntosh. "Revenge and Retribution: The Death of Philip White, New Jersey Loyalist." Loyalist Gazette, 36 (No 1 Spring, 1998).

Mathews, Hazel Chisholm. The Mark of Honour (Toronto, 1965).

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McCullough, Charles Robert. The Loyalists of Long Ago (Hamilton, 1929).

McLean, Marianne. "Peopling Glengarry County: The Scottish Origins of a Canadian Community." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1982.

McLean, Marianne. The People of Glengarry: Highlanders in Transition, 1745-1820 (Toronto, 1991).

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McLeod, D. A Brief Review of the Settlement of Upper Canada by the UE Loyalists and Scotch Highlanders in 1783 (Belleville, 1972).

McNeil, Steven C. Loyalist House : a national historic site, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada / by Steven C. McNeil.(Saint John, N.B., 1999).

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Mika, Nick, and Helma Mika. The Settlement of Prince Edward County (Belleville, 1984).

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Mikle, Sara. "An Old Account, 1785-1788." Women's Canadian Historical Society of Toronto, Transactions, 21 (1920-1921).

Moorman, David T. "Defining the Upper Canadian State: Land Administration and Settlement Regulations in the 1780's and 1790's." Canadian Historical Association, Unpublished Papers, 1995.

Morgan, Robert J. "Orphan Outpost: Cape Breton Colony, 1784-1820." PhD dissertation, University of Ottawa, 1975.

Morgan, Robert J. "The Loyalists of Cape Breton." Dalhousie Review, 55, (No 1, Spring, 1975)

Mowat, Grace Helen. The Diverting History of a Loyalist Town: A Portrait of St. Andrews, New Brunswick (St. Andrews, 1937).

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Norton, Mary Beth. The British Americans: The Loyalist Exiles in England, 1774-1789 (Boston, 1972).

Norton, Mary Beth. "The Fate of Some Black Loyalists of the American Revolution." Journal of Negro History, 58 (1973).

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