Canada Loyalist Records
|Canada Research Topics|
|Local Research Resources|
- United Empire Loyalists, Parts I-II, ($), index
- The Loyalists Of America and Their Times From 1620 To 1816, ($), index
- United Empire Loyalist's Association of Canada, index
- Black Loyalist Refugees, 1782-1807- Port Roseway Associates, index
- Loyalists in the Maritimes — Ward Chipman Muster Master's Office, 1777–1785, index.
- Carleton Papers – Book of Negroes, 1783, index.
- Carleton Papers – Loyalists and British Soldiers, 1772-1784, index.
- United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada Directory, index
- The Old United Empire Loyalists List, index and images, ($)
- A collection of online books about U.E.L. Loyalists
What Are Loyalists?
The term "Loyalists" refers to American colonists who remained loyal to the British Crown. Many of them served under the British during the American Revolution (1775-1783). Loyalists settled in what are now the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Ontario.