Becoming a Black Loyalist
If they ran away from their Patriot masters, enslaved African Americans were offered their freedom.
Black Loyalists and Land Grants in New Brunswick
African American Loyalists received smaller and less desirable land grants than those given to other Loyalists.
Slavery and the Judges of Loyalist New Brunswick
David G. Bell, “Slavery and the Judges of Loyalist New Brunswick,” University of New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de droit de l'Université du Nouveau-Brunswick 31 (1982): 9-42.
The Blacks in New Brunswick
W.A. Spray, The Blacks in New Brunswick. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1972.
Myth, History and Revisionism: The Black Loyalists Revisited
James W. St.G. Walker, "Myth, History and Revisionism: The Black Loyalists Revisited." Acadiensis XXIX, 1 (1999): 88-105.
A bibliography of selected print and online resources is available for those interested in pursuing the history of Black Loyalists in New Brunswick.