May 2021

Loyalist Trails 2021-19

2021-05-10T12:25:45-04:00May 10th, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

In this issue:

  • UELAC Conference 2021: be part of the story Hosted by Bridge Annex , May 27-31
  • UELAC AGM Friday 28 May at 11:00AM ET
  • William and Priscilla McKinstry: Forgotten Loyalist Ancestors – Part 4 by Stephen Davidson UE
  • JAR: “The Predicament We Are In”: How Paperwork Saved the Continental Army
  • JAR: The Revolutionary War Service of James Noble
  • Washington’s Quill: A Family Man: George Washington as seen by Elizabeth E. Seelye and Lucy E. Guernsey
  • Canada’s History: Hay Bay Church “Unadorned Sanctuary”
  • How Bed Bugs were Dealt with in the Georgian Era
  • Making it Count – Canada’s First Census
  • […]

Loyalist Trails 2021-18

2021-05-03T12:08:05-04:00May 3rd, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

In this issue:

  • The Flag of Taunton: 1774 and 2021
  • William and Priscilla McKinstry: Forgotten Loyalist Ancestors – Part 3 by Stephen Davidson UE
  • Justus Sherwood, British Spy
  • JAR: Sir Henry Clinton’s Generalship
  • British Perspective American Revolution
  • JAR: “Spirits of Independence”: Ten Taverns of the Revolutionary War Era
  • Riots in the Colonies. Anti-Vaxxers
  • Ben Franklin’s World: From Inoculation to Vaccination, Part 1
  • Borealia: Book Review: Wounded Feelings: How to Sue for Emotional Distress
  • Lloydtown – Once a rebel stronghold
  • Events:
    • History Author Talks. OH CANADA! – Tues 4 May 2021 07:00 PM ET
    • Fort Plain Museum: After Saratoga: The War that […]

April 2021

Loyalist Trails 2021-17

2021-04-26T13:45:21-04:00April 26th, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

In this issue:

  • William and Priscilla McKinstry: Forgotten Loyalist Ancestors – Part 2 by Stephen Davidson UE
  • Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Loyalists A to Z, Part 2
  • JAR: “She had gone to the Army . . . to her Husband”: Judith Lines’s Unremarked Life
  • JAR: Reflections on the Siege and Capitulation of Yorktown and Gloucester
  • Washington’s Quill: A General Loses His Cool
  • JAR Book Review: Resisting Independence: Popular Loyalism in the Revolutionary British Atlantic
  • Heels, Flats & Ankle Straps: Transitional Shoes In Jane Austen’s World
  • Events:
    • Documentary: Lost Villages of the St. Lawrence Seaway, April 25
    • Fort Plain Museum: After Saratoga: The […]

Loyalist Trails 2021-16

2021-04-19T13:55:00-04:00April 19th, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

In this issue:

  • UELAC 2021 Conference & Historic Event: Join the Revolution
  • Loyalists Lewdwick, Mary, John, and Hannah Croscup
  • William and Priscilla McKinstry: Forgotten Loyalist Ancestors – Part 1 by Stephen Davidson UE
  • Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Loyalists A to Z, Part 1
  • JAR: The Discovery of an Important Letter from a Soldier of the 1st Rhode Island Regiment
  • JAR: Key to Victory: Foreign Assistance to America’s Revolutionary War
  • Fort William and Mary
  • Washington’s Quill: Three Diaries
  • Loyalists and Black Loyalists — What?
  • Borealia: The Fury of the Betrayed: What Attacks on Capitols Tell us
  • Ben Franklin’s World: Vast Early America
  • Remembering […]

Loyalist Trails 2021-15

2021-04-19T13:52:52-04:00April 12th, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

In this issue:

  • Remembering Prince Philip & Lennoxville, Quebec, 1989
  • UELAC Conference 2021: be part of the story
  • Margaret Draper: Boston’s Loyalist Newspaper Publisher – Part Two by Stephen Davidson
  • JAR: Loyalist Slave-Owning Refugees in Postwar Jamaica
  • JAR: Fake News of the Surrender of Quebec: A Video Contribution
  • Ben Franklin’s World: Colonial Virginia Portraits
  • Call for Participants in Pandemic Methodologies Twitter Conference 2021
  • Query: Housing for Loyalist Troops and Families
  • Query: Mohawk Valley to Montreal via Oswegatchie
  • Where in the World is James Oborne UE?
  • Events:
    • Toronto Branch UELAC: Quakers and the American Revolution Tues. 13 Apr @7:30
    • Plans for […]

Loyalist Trails 2021-14

2021-04-19T13:39:57-04:00April 6th, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

In this issue:

  • Margaret Draper: Boston’s Loyalist Newspaper Publisher – Part 1 by Stephen Davidson UE
  • Isaac Bonnell: A Loyalist who Willed his Slaves to Freedom
  • A plan (map) of Boston, and its environs
  • JAR: Traders or Traitors? The New Jersey Shop License Law of 1780
  • Book Article: Stuart Manson’s Sacred Grounds: Loyalist Cemeteries of Eastern Ontario
  • JAR: Easy as Falling Off a Horse
  • Historic New England: Meet Deborah Sampson
  • History: Stitches of Resistance in Martha Washington’s Purple Silk Gown
  • How did the Georgians socialise at Easter?
  • Ben Franklin’s World: Origins of American Manufacturing
  • Fifteen Things a Good Georgian Coachman […]

March 2021

Loyalist Trails Newsletter 2021 #13

2021-04-15T15:31:29-04:00March 29th, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

In this issue:

  • Loyalist History and a 1930s Road Trip Through Nova Scotia, Part 2 by Stephen Davidson UE
  • Dispatches: Todd Braisted: Benjamin W. Thompson’s Black Dragoons
  • Letter from an Officer on Board his Majesty’ s Ship Chatham 24 March 1776, at Boston
  • JAR Book Review: Valley Forge to Monmouth: Six Transformational Months of the American Revolution
  • The Aftermath of the Second Boston Tea Party
  • Resource: North Haven Annals
  • Washington’s Quill: Correcting the Record: George Washington to Samuel Huntington, April 10, 1781
  • Snuff Accessories: A History of the 1700 and 1800s
  • Book Article: Stuart Manson’s Sacred Grounds: Loyalist Cemeteries of Eastern Ontario
  • Books: A Loyalist’s Trilogy By Gerald Richardson Brown UE
  • Personal […]

Loyalist Trails Newsletter 2021 #12

2021-04-15T15:33:46-04:00March 22nd, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

In this issue:

  • Loyalist History and a 1930s Road Trip Through Nova Scotia, Part 1 by Stephen Davidson UE
  • The Irish Among the Loyalists who Settled Digby
  • JAR: Nathanael Greene and the Challenge of Supplying the Southern Army
  • JAR: Virginia’s Independent Frontier Companies
  • New England Historical Society: Six Loyalist Houses
  • The Second Boston Tea Party in March 1774
  • The Patriotic Woolen Shoes of the Revolutionary Era
  • Borealia: Was New France a society of the “long Middle Ages”?
  • Book: Loyalist Descendants in Saskatchewan
  • Book: Sacred Ground: Loyalist Cemeteries of Eastern Ontario Vol 1
  • New Brunswick Loyalist Journeys: A Mapping and History Project
  • […]

Loyalist Trails Newsletter 2021 #11

2021-04-15T15:33:55-04:00March 15th, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

In this issue:

  • Jacob Bailey: Loyalist Anthropologist, Part Two by Stephen Davidson UE
  • JAR: Thomas Read of Delaware, Part 3: Continental Navy Commander
  • JAR: Riflemen Run Riot: The Mutiny at Prospect Hill
  • A 1775 View of Boston by Lieutenant Richard Williams
  • Revolutionary War Battle Maps
  • Propaganda Warfare: Benjamin Franklin Fakes a Newspaper
  • How Hamilton’s Ryckman Neighbourhood became a loyalist nucleus
  • Gown: Brocaded silk with floss/fly fringe
  • Book: Mrs. Dalgairns’s Kitchen: Rediscovering ‘The Practice of Cookery’
  • Loyalist Certificates Issued in January and February
  • Events:
    • Victoria Branch”The Loyalists of Digby” Saturday 20 March @1:00PM ET @10:00AM PT
    • Kingston and District Branch”The 1786 Ernestown […]

Loyalist Trails 2021-10

2021-04-15T14:58:41-04:00March 8th, 2021|Categories: Loyalist Trails|

Loyalist Trails Newsletter 2021-10 (March 7, 2021)

In this issue:

  • Jacob Bailey: Loyalist Anthropologist, Part One by Stephen Davidson UE
  • Black History Month: Two Interviews with Stephen Davidson
  • History and memory of the seigneurial regime in Quebec
  • Ben Franklin’s World: The Boston Massacre: A Family History
  • 1774 Massacre Oration. “My sincere attachment to the interest of my country”
  • JAR: Thomas Read of Delaware, Part 1: The Creation of the Continental Navy
  • JAR: Thomas Read of Delaware, Part 2: Commodore in the Pennsylvania Navy
  • JAR: Seventeen Testimonies Seal New Smyrna’s Fate, 1777
  • Amendment to Book: Weaver Families of the Mohawk and St Lawrence […]
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