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Fergusson, Charles Bruce, ed. Clarkson's Mission to America, 1791-1792. Publication No. 11. Halifax: Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1971.
Hodges, Graham Russell, ed. The Black Loyalist Directory: African Americans in Exile after the American Revolution. New York: Garland for the New England Historical Genealogy Society, 1995.
MacNutt, W. S. Select Loyalist Memorials: The Appeals for Compensation for Losses and Sacrifices to the British Parliamentary Commission of 1783 to 1789 from Loyalist of the American Revolution who came to Canada. Typescript. University of New Brunswick Archives and Special Collections.
Bell, David G. "African-American Refugees to Annapolis Royal and St. John, 1783: A Ship Passenger List." Nova Scotia Historical Review 16, 2 (1996).
Bell, David G. "Slavery and the Judges of Loyalist New Brunswick." University New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de droit de l'Université du Nouveau-Brunswick 31 (1982).
Brown, Wallace. "Loyalist Historiography." Acadiensis 4, 1 (1974).
Cahill, Barry. "The Black Loyalist Myth in Atlantic Canada." Acadiensis 29, 1 (1999).
Cahill, Barry. "Habeas Corpus and Slavery in Nova Scotia: R v. Hecht, ex parte Rachel, 1798." University New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de droit de l'Université du Nouveau-Brunswick 44 (1995).
Cahill, Barry. "Slavery and the Judges of Loyalist Nova Scotia." University New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de droit de l'Université du Nouveau-Brunswick 43 (1994).
Cahill, Barry. "Stephen Blucke: The Perils of Being a White Negro in Loyalist Nova Scotia." Nova Scotia Historical Review 11, 1 (1991).
Coleman, Daniel. "The National Allegory of Fraternity: Loyalist Literature and the Making of Canada's White British Origins." Journal of Canadian Studies 36, 3 (2001).
Condon, Ann Gorman. "Loyalist Style and the Culture of the Atlantic Seaboard." Material History Bulletin/Bulletin d'histoire de la culture matérielle 25 (Spring 1987).
Donnovan, Kenneth. "Slaves and Their Owners in Île Royale." Acadiensis 25, 1 (1995).
Fingerhut, E. R. "Uses and Abuses of American Loyalists' Claims: A Critique of Quantitative Analysis." William and Mary Quarterly 25, 2 (1968).
Fisher, Robert C. "‘The Grandmother's Story': Oral Tradition, Family Memory, and a Mysterious Manuscript." Archivaria 57 (Spring 2004).
Godfrey, William. "Loyalist Studies in the Maritimes: Past and Future Directions." London Journal of Canadian Studies 9 (1993).
Grant, John N. "Black Immigrants into Nova Scotia, 1776-1815." The Journal of Negro History 58, 3 (1973).
Harvey, Evelyn B. "The Negro Loyalists." Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly 1, 3 (1971).
MacNutt, W. S. "The Loyalists: A Sympathetic View." Acadiensis 6, 1 (1976).
Morgan, Robert J. "The Loyalists of Cape Breton." Dalhousie Review 55, 1 (1975).
Murray, Barkley. "The Loyalist Tradition in New Brunswick." Acadiensis 4, 2 (Spring 1975).
Norton, Mary Beth. "The Fate of Some Black Loyalists of the American Revolution." The Journal of Negro History 58, 4 (1973).
Purdy, Jud. "‘Where all the Children were United Empire Loyalists': Schooling in Saint John, N.B., in the 1930s and 1940s." Historical Studies in Education 18, 1 (2006).
Roetger, R. W. and C. Wetherell. "Another Look at the Loyalists of Shelburne, NS, 1783-1795." Canadian Historical Review 70, 1 (1995).
Russell, F. "Liberty to Slaves: Black Loyalists in the American Revolution." Timeline 4, 2 (1987).
Shelton, W. G. "The United Empire Loyalists: A Reconsideration." Dalhousie Review 45, 1 (1965).
Smith, P. H. "The American Loyalists: Notes on Their Organization and Numerical Strength." William and Mary Quarterly 25, 2 (1968).
Smith, T. Watson. "The Slave in Canada." In Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society for the Years 1896-98. Vol. X. Halifax: Nova Scotia Printing Company, 1899.
Spray, William. "The Settlement of the Black Refugees in New Brunswick, 1815-1836." Acadiensis 6, 2 (spring/printemps 1977).
Stewart, Ian. "New Myths for Old: The Loyalists and Maritime Political Culture." Journal of Canadian Studies 25, 2 (1990).
Troxler, C. W. "'To git out of a Troublesome neighborhood': David Fanning in New Brunswick." North Carolina Historical Review 66, 4 (Oct 1979).
Tudor, Kathleen. "David George: Black Loyalist." Nova Scotia Historical Review 3, 1 (1983).
Waldstreicher, D. "Reading the Runaways: Self-Fashioning, Print Culture, and Confidence in Slavery in the Eighteenth-Century Mid-Atlantic." William and Mary Quarterly 56 (1999).
Walker, James W. St G. "Blacks as American Loyalists: The Slaves' War for Independence." Historical Reflections 2, 1 (1975).
Walker, James W. St G. "Myth, History and Revisionism: The Black Loyalists Revisited." Acadiensis 29, 1 (1999).
Whitfield, Harvey Amani. "African and New World African Immigration to Mainland Nova Scotia, 1749-1816." Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society 7 (2004).
Whitfield, Harvey Amani. "Black Loyalists and Black Slaves in Maritime Canada." History Compass 5 (2007).
Whitfield, Harvey Amani. "Black refugee communities in early nineteenth century Nova Scotia." Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society 6 (2003).
Whitfield, Harvey Amani. "'We can do as we like here': An Analysis of Self Assertion and Agency Among Black Refugees in Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1813-1821." Acadiensis 32, 1 (2002).
Wright, Esther Clark. "The Evacuation of the Loyalists from New York in 1783." Nova Scotia Historical Review 4, 1 (1984).
Wright, Wayne. "Look Homeward, Angel – The Shaping of the Loyalist Mind." Loyalist Gazette 24 (June 1986).
The Loyalist Guide: Nova Scotian Loyalists and Their Documents. Prepared by the Public Archives of Nova Scotia. . [Halifax, N.S.]: Public Archives of Nova Scotia, .
Allen, Robert S. The Loyal Americans: The Military Role of the Loyalist Provincial Corps and Their Settlement in British North America, 1775–1784. Ottawa: National Museums, 1983.
Antliff, W. Bruce. Loyalist Settlements, 1783-1789: New Evidence of Canadian Loyalist Claims. Research and transcription by W. Bruce Antliff. . Toronto: Archives of Ontario, 1985.
Barnes, T. M., R. M. Cohoon, and G. A. Rawlyk, eds. Loyalists and Community in North America. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1994.
Barnett, Cleadie B., and Elizabeth S. Sewell. Loyalist Families. Fredericton: Fredericton Branch, United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, 1983.
Bell, David G. Early Loyalist Saint John: The Origin of New Brunswick Politics, 1783-1786. Fredericton: New Ireland Press, 1983.
Berlin, Ira and Leslie M. Harris, eds. Slavery in New York. New York: The New York Historical Society and The New Press, 2006.
Blakeley, P. R. and J. N. Grant, eds. Eleven Exiles: Accounts of Loyalists in the American Revolution. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1882.
Brown, Wallace. The Good Americans: The Loyalists in the American Revolution. New York: William and Morrow & Co., 1969.
Brown, Wallace. The King's Friends: The Composition and Motives of the American Loyalist Claimants. Providence: Brown University Press, 1965.
Bumsted, J. M. Understanding the Loyalists. Sackville, NB: Mount Allison University, 1986.
Calhoon, R. M., ed. The Loyalist Perception and Other Essays. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1989.
Calhoon, R. M. The Loyalists in Revolutionary America, 1760-1781. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973.
Clifford, Mary Louise. From Slavery to Freetown: Black Loyalists after the American Revolution. Jefferson: McFarland, 1999.
Condon, Ann Gorman. The Envy of the American States: The Loyalist Dream for New Brunswick. Fredericton: New Ireland Press, 1984.
Cuthbertson, Brian. The Loyalist Governor: Biography of Sir John Wentworth. Halifax: Pethric Press, 1983.
Dallison, Robert. Hope Restored: The American Revolution and the Founding of New Brunswick. Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions and New Brunswick Military Heritage Project, 2003.
Davidson, Stephen. The Burdens of Loyalty: Refugee Stories from the First American Civil War. Saint John, NB: Trinity Enterprises, Inc., 2008.
Dickenson, Harry T., ed. British Pamphlets on the American Revolution, 1763-1785: Volume 1: 1763-1766. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
Dickenson, Harry T., ed. British Pamphlets on the American Revolution, 1763-1785: Volume 2: 1766-1774. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
Dickenson, Harry T., ed. British Pamphlets on the American Revolution, 1763-1785: Volume 3: 1774-1775. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
Dickenson, Harry T., ed. British Pamphlets on the American Revolution, 1763-1785: Volume 4: 1775-1776. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
Dubeau, Sharon. New Brunswick Loyalists: A Bicentennial Tribute. Agincourt, ON: Generation Press, 1983.
Fingard, Judith. The Anglican Design in Loyalist Nova Scotia, 1783-1816. London: SPCK, 1972.
Flick, A. Loyalism in New York during the American Revolution. New York: Columbia University Press, 1901.
Frey, S. R. Water from Rock: Black Resistance in A Revolutionary Age. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991.
Grant, John N. The Maroons in Nova Scotia. Halifax: Formac, 2002.
Grant, John N. The Immigration and Settlement of the Black Refugees of the War of 1812. Dartmouth: Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, 1990.
Hast, A. Loyalism in Revolutionary Virginia: The Norfolk Area and the Eastern Shore. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1982.
Hornby, J. Black Islanders: Prince Edward Island's Historical Black Community. Charlottetown: Institute of Island Studies, 1991.
Jack, Isaac Allen. The Loyalists and Slavery in New Brunswick. Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada, 1898.
Kaplan, Sidney. The Black Presence in the Era of the American Revolution 1770-1800. Washington DC: New York Graphic Society Ltd., 1973.
Knowles, Norman. Inventing the Loyalists: The Ontario Loyalist Tradition and the Creation of a Usable Past. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997.
Lambert, R. S. South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1897.
Lee, Maureen Elgersman. Black Bangor: African Americans in a Maine Community, 1880-1950. Durham: University of New Hampshire Press, 2005.
Leyden, S. K. Crimes and Controversies: Law and Society in Loyalist Saint John. Saint John: The Saint John Law Society, 1987.
MacKinnon, Neil. This Unfriendly Soil: The Loyalist Experience in Nova Scotia, 1783-1791. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1986.
Mcerrow, P. E. A Brief History of the Coloured Baptists of Nova Scotia 1783-1895. Halifax: Afro-Nova Scotian Enterprises, 1975.
Melish, J. P. Disowning Slavery: Gradual Emancipation and ‘Race' in New England, 1780-1860. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1998.
Moore, Christopher. The Loyalists, Revolution, Exile, Settlement. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1984.
Nelson, William H. The American Tory. Boston: Beacon Press, 1961/1968.
Pulis, John W., ed. Moving On: Black Loyalists in the Afro-American World. New York: Garland, 1999.
Pybus, Casandra. Epic Journeys of Freedom: Runaway Slaves of the American Revolution and Their Global Quest for Liberty. Boston: Beacon Press, 2006.
Ranlet, P. The New York Loyalists. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1986/2002.
Ranlet, P. The New York Loyalists. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1986/2002.
Raymond, W. O. The Ancestry of the Family of William Odber Raymond, A.D. 1630-1920.. repared and Indexed by R.W. Hale, 1983. Toronto, 1920.
Raymond, William Odber, ed. Winslow Papers A.D. 1776-1826. Saint John: New Brunswick Historical Society, 1901.
Robertson, Carmelita A. M. and Ruth Holmes Whitehead, eds. The Life of Boston King: Black Loyalist, Minister, and Master Carpenter. Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum, Nimbus, 2003.
Robertson, Marion. King's Bounty: A History of Early Shelburne, Nova Scotia. Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum Press, 1983.
Robinson, Charlotte Gourlay. Pioneer Profiles of New Brunswick Settlers. Belleville, ON.: Mika Pub. Co., 1980.
Schama, Simon. Rough Crossings: Britain, the Slaves and the American Revolution. New York: Ecco, 2006.
Spray, William. The Blacks in New Brunswick. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1972.
Troxler, C. W. The Loyalist Experience in North Carolina. Raleigh: North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and History, 1976.
Van Buskirk, Judith L. Generous Enemies: Patriots and Loyalists in the American Revolution. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002.
Vesey, Maude Maxwell. Manuscript Biography of Edward Winslow.. niversity of New Brunswick Archives and Special Collections, [1934?].
Walker, James W. St G. A History of Blacks in Canada: A Study Guide for Teachers and Students. Ottawa: Minister of State Multiculturalism, 1980.
Walker, James W. St G. The Black Loyalists: The Search for a Promised Land in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone, 1783-1870. New York: Africana Publishing Company, 1976.
White, G., and S. White. The Sounds of Slavery: Discovering African American History through Songs, Sermons, and Speeches. Boston: Beacon, 2005.
Whitehead, Ruth H. The Shelburne Black Loyalists: A Short Biography of All Blacks Emigrating to Shelburne, Nova Scotia after the American Revolution, 1783. Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum, 2000.
Whitfield, Harvey Amani. Blacks Along the Border: The Black Refugees in British North America, 1815-1869. Burlington: University of Vermont Press, 2006.
Wilson, Ellen Gibson. John Clarkson and the African Adventure. London: MacMillan, 1980.
Wilson, Ellen Gibson. The Loyal Blacks. New York: Capricorn Books, 1976.
Winks, Robin W. The Blacks in Canada: A History. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1997.
Wright, Esther Clark. The Loyalists of New Brunswick. Fredericton, 1955.
Davidson, Stephen. "Leaders of the Black Baptists of Nova Scotia, 1782-1832." BA Hons, Acadia University, 1975.
Ross, Beatrice Spence. "Adaptation in Exile: Loyalist Women in Nova Scotia after the American Revolution." PhD, Cornell University, 1981.
Troxler, C. W. "The Migration of Carolina and Georgia Loyalists to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick." PhD, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1974.
Wilson, Marcelle R. "Loyalists: Economic, Gendered, and Racial Minorities Acting Politically for King and Country." PhD, West Virginia University, 2003.
Rough Crossings. 85 min. 2007. British Broadcasting Corporation. DVD.
"A Question of Loyalties." Canada, a People's History. 2000. Canada Broadcasting Corporation. DVD.
Escape to Nova Scotia. 51 min. 1998. Learning Resources and Technology. VHS.
Loyalties. 50 min. 1998. Ziji Productions and the National Film Board of Canada. VHS.
Hymn to Freedom. 230 min. 1994. International Tele-Film Ltd. VHS.
Lucy's Bet: Black Loyalists in Nova Scotia. 37 min. 1991. Learning Resources and Technology. VHS.
Black Mother, Black Daughter. 29 min. 1989. National Film Board of Canada. VHS.
"History." Black Insights. 30 min. 1978. Canada Broadcasting Corporation. VHS.
"Land Claims." Black Insights. 30 min. 1978. Canada Broadcasting Corporation. VHS.
Davidson, Stephen. Letters for Elly. Kingston, NB: Kingston Peninsula Heritage Inc., 2007.
Hill, Lawrence. The Book of Negroes. Toronto: HarperCollins, 2007.
Kositsky, Lynne. Rachael: An Elephant Tree Christmas. Toronto: Penguin, 2004.
Kositsky, Lynne. Rachael: Certificate of Freedom. Toronto: Penguin, 2003.
Kositsky, Lynne. Rachael: The Maybe House. Toronto: Penguin, 2002.
Smyth, Donna. Loyalist Runaway. Halifax: Formac, 1989.