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British Empire and the American Revolution: Primary Sources on American and United Empire Loyalists

This is a guide to researching the American Revolution in the M.S.U. Libraries from both the American and British perspectives, but is not heavy into the military dimension. Loyalists. Empire Loyalists.

Primary Sources on American and United Empire Loyalists

American Tory

Main E 277 .B72

Reminiscences of an American Loyalist, 1738-1789

Main E 277 .B75 A3

The Price of Loyalty, Tory Writings from the Revolutionary Era

Main E 277 .C72

Historical View of the Commission for Enquiring into the Losses, Services and Claims of the American Loyalists

Main E 277 .E3 1972
Microforms 104591 Sabin microfiche. 3 fiche

Allegiance in America, the Case of the Loyalists

Main E 277 .E88

Letters of a Loyalist Lady, being the Letters of Anne Hulton, Sister of Henry Hulton, Commissioner of Customs at Boston, 1767-1776.

Main E277 .H8

Revolutionary Versus Loyalist, the First American Civil War, 1774-1784

Main E 277 .U6

Simcoe's Military Journal

Main E 277.6 .Q6 S5 1962

[Simcoe Papers]

Remote Storage C F 1058 .O62 v. 1-5

[Mrs. Simcoe's Diary]

Main F 1058.S568 1965

Review of British Diplomacy and its Fruits: "The Dream of the United Empire Loyalists"

Main E277 .H3

Settlement of the United Empire Loyalists on the Upper St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte in 1784, a Documentary Record

Remote Storage C F 1058 .C88

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