Education, Literature and Culture Bibliography

Carey, Catherine S. The Price of Loyalty: Tory Writings from the Revolutionary Era. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1973.

Coleman, Daniel. "The National Allegory of Fraternity: Loyalist Literature and the Making of Canada's White British Origin." Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 36, no. 3 (2001)

Davies, Gwendolyn. "The Diary of Sarah Frost, 1783: The Sounds and Silences of a Woman's Exile." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, vol. 42, no. 2 (2004).

Davies, Gwendolyn. "Researching Eighteenth-Century Maritime Women Writers: Deborah How Cottnam-A Case Study." in Working in Women's Archives: Researching Women's Private Literature and Archival Documents, eds. Helen M. Buss and Marlene Kadar. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2001.

Davies, Gwendolyn. "Consolation to Distress: Loyalist Literary Activity in the Maritimes." Acadiensis, vol. 16 (spring/printemps 1987): 51-68.

Fisher, Robert C. "`The Grandmother's Story': Oral Tradition, Family Memory, and a Mysterious Manuscript." Archivaria, vol. 57 (Spring 2004).

Garratt, John G. "Loyalists of the American Revolution and Their Publications." Antiquarian Book Monthly Review, vol. 13 (March 1986): 84-5, 88-91.

Huskins, Bonnie. "`Shelburnian Manners': Gentility and the Loyalists of Shelburne, Nova Scotia," Early American Studies(Winter 2015).

MacKinnon, Neil. "The Enlightenment and Toryism: A Loyalist's Plan for Education in British North America." Dalhousie Review, vol. 55 (summer 1975): 307-14.

Riordan, Liam. "`O Dear, What Can the Matter Be?': The Urban Early Republic and the Politics of Popular Song in Benjamin Carr's Federal Overture", Journal of the Early Republic, 31 (Summer 2011).

Thompson, Kent. The Man Who Said No: Reading Jacob Bailey, Loyalist. Kentville: Gaspereau Press, 2008.

Wright, Wayne. "Look Homeward, Angel - The Shaping of the Loyalist Mind." Loyalist Gazette, vol. 24 (June 1986): 3-8.