The Loyal RefugeesBook - 1999
The American Revolution frequently turned neighbour against neighbour, brother against brother, and father against son. By the end of the conflict, more than seventy thousand former residents of the Thirteen Colonies left or lost their homes. Most headed north to the Canadian wilderness. Although they too, wanted independent and democratic rights, they believed in law, order, and loyalty to Britain.
Baker & Taylor
Recounts the American Revolution from the view of the loyalists--including the Indians who considered themselves allies--and the experiences of white and Black loyalists who emigrated to Canada, and offers related activities