Religion and the Loyalists Bibliography

Acheson, Thomas William. "Denominationalism in a Loyalist County: A Social History of Charlotte, 1783-1940." M.A. thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1964.

Bell, D.G. "Religious Liberty and Protestant Dissent in Loyalist New Brunswick." University of New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de droit de Université de Nouveau-Brunswick, vol. 36 (1987): 146-62.

Bell, James B. A War of Religion: Dissenters, Anglicans, and the American Revolution. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

Davidson, Stephen. "Leaders of the Black Baptists of Nova Scotia, 1782-1832." BA (Hons), Acadia University, 1975.

Fingard, Judith. The Anglican Design in Loyalist Nova Scotia, 1783-1816. London: SPCK, 1972.

Gainey, Joseph R. "The Rev. Charles Woodmason (c. 1720-1789): Author, Loyalist, Missionary, and Psalmodist," in Jean Seymour ed. West Gallery: The Newsletter of the West Gallery Music Association Autumn 2011.

Hebb, Ross N. The Church of England in Loyalist New Brunswick, 1783-1825. Cranbury, NJ: Rosemont Publishing and Printing Corp., 2004.

Holmes, Theodore C. Loyalists to Canada: The 1783 Settlement of Quakers and Others at Passamaquoddy. Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1992.

Lohrenz, Otto. "The Reverend John Hamilton Rowland of Revolutionary America and Early Shelburne." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 17, no. 1 (1987).

Mitham, Peter J. "Samuel Vetch Bayard (1757-1832): Loyalist and Methodist." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 15, no. 1 (June 1995): 91-105.

Padley, Taunya Jean. "The Church of England's Role in Settling the Loyalists in the Town of Digby, 1783-1810." M.A. thesis, Acadia University, 1991.

Robertson, Allen B. "Loyalist, Methodist, Merchant- Robert Barry- From Refugee to Nova Scotian." M.A. thesis, Acadia University, 1984.

Robertson, Carmelita amd Ruth Holmes Whitehead, eds. The Life of Boston King: Black Loyalist, Minister, and Master Carpenter. Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum/Nimbus, 2003.

Rogal,Samuel J. The Wesleyan Connection in Shelburne and Birchtown. Studies in the History of Missions, volume 20. Queenston: Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.

Ross, Julie Martha. "Jacob Bailey, Loyalist: Anglican Clergymen in New England and Nova Scotia." M.A. thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1975.

Shenstone, Susan Burgess. "Loyalist Squire, Loyalist Church." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 3, no. 2 (1983): 71-88.

Stewart, Gordon T. "Religion and the Yankee Mind of Nova Scotia During the American Revolution: A Study of Religious Values and the Ideological Foundations of a Loyalist Colony." Ph.D. diss., Queen's University, 1970.

Strong, Rowan. Anglicanism and the British Empire, c. 1700-1850. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Tudor, Kathleen. "David George: Black Loyalist." Nova Scotia Historical Review vol. 3, no. 1 (1983).