Loyalists were American colonists who supported the English as opposed to Patriots who supported independence from England.
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The loyalists were British subjects living in the future U.S. and did not agree with the creation of the new country. So they left, most of them settling in Canada which was still apart of the British Empire.
Loyalists fought for the British because they were loyal to the crown. The colonists who were rebelling were called Patriots.
Yes. That's what loyalists were. They believed that it was good to impose a tax for the American Revolution. The people who opposed this were Patriots.
Thomas Hutchinson was the governor of Massachusetts and the other two loyalists are Jonathan Boucher, a religious leader and Lord Dunmore, governor of Virginia.
They came from the United States.
I think they came from the United States.
Those who remained loyal to Britain were known as loyalists, or United Empire Loyalists.
Loyalists remained loyal (hence their name) to the Crown.
Many Loyalists wanted to remain 'loyal' to King George. Many were harassed by neighboring patriots after the war because they knew the loyalists' preference for the King. The loyalists were bullied and so, they decided to leave by ship for Canada. Though many stayed in Canada, eventually some did return to the US soil.
what denomination did the loyalists attend
They were also called Torys.
They were called loyalists.
Commonly referred to as Loyalists or "Tories".
The loyalists ancestors do this to celebrate the loyalists