Where did the loyalists start a new life?
During the American Revolutionary Period, particularly after 1783, loyalists from the fledgling United States of America often started new lives in either Great Britain itself or the British colonies that would later become the nation of Canada. It should be noted that not all loyalists chose to leave America, but those who did typically found refuge in areas that remained under the control of the 'mother-country' of Great Britain.
Paul J. Bunnell has written: 'Life of a Haunted House' -- subject(s): Haunted houses, Ghosts 'The House of Robinson: The Robinsons of Rhode Island' 'Thunder over New England, Benjamin Bonnell, the Loyalist' -- subject(s): Biography, American loyalists, United Empire loyalists 'Thunder over New England' -- subject(s): Biography, American loyalists, United Empire loyalists
What is life like between the Tories and Loyalist neighbors living in North Salem in the story My Brother Sam is Dead?
Clifford Kenyon Shipton has written: 'National index of American imprints through 1800' -- subject(s): Imprints, Indexes, American literature, Bibliography 'Harvard loyalists in New Brunswick. Founders' Day address, February 27th, 1964' -- subject(s): United Empire loyalists, History 'New England life in the eighteenth century' -- subject(s): Biography, Civilization, Harvard University, History 'Harvard loyalists in New Brunswick'