Loyalists in Nova Scotia Bibliography

Archibald, Mary. Rules and Orders of the Friendly Fire Club, Shelburne 1784. Shelburne: Shelburne County Museum, 1982.

Archibald, Mary. "The Shelburne Loyalists." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 3, no. 1 (1983).

Archibald, Mary, Elizabeth deMolitor, and Cathy Holmes. Loyalist Dress in Loyalist Nova Scotia. Shelburne: Shelburne County Museum, 1982.

Archibald, Mary. Gideon White: Loyalist. Shelburne: Shelburne Historical Society, 1975.

Bell, D.G. "African-American Refugees to Annapolis Royal and St. John, 1783: A Ship Passenger List" Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 16, no. 2 (1996).

Blakeley, Phyllis R. "Loyalist Military Settlement in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island/ L'établissement des militaires loyalistes en Nouvelle-Ecosse et dans l'Île-du Prince-Edouard". In/Dans The Loyal Americans: The Military Role of the Loyalist Provincial Corps and their Settlement in British North America, 1775-1884/Les corps provinciaux loyalistes : le rôle militaire des corps provinciaux loyalistes et leur établissement en Amérique du Nord brittonique, 1775-1884, edited by Robert S. Allen. 67-80. Ottawa: National Museum of Man/Musée national de l'Homme, 1983.

Buzek, Beatrice Ross. "'By Fortune Wounded': Loyalist Women in Nova Scotia." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 7, no. 2 (1987): 45-62.

Cahill, Barry. "Habeas Corpus and Slavery in Nova Scotia: R v Hecht, ex parte Rachel, 1798." University of New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de droit de l'Universite du Nouveau-Brunswick, vol. 44 (1995).

Cahill, Barry. "Slavery and the Judges of Loyalist Nova Scotia." University New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de droit de l'Université du Nouveau-Brunswick, vol. 43 (1994): 73-136.

Campbell, Claire. "'To be held in all honor': The Weldon Collection of China and the Construction of a Loyalist Myth." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 15, no. 1 (June 1995): 45-59.

Cousins, Leone Banks. "Some Valley Loyalists." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 3, no. 2 (1983): 57-70.

Davidson, Stephen. "Leaders of the Black Baptists of Nova Scotia, 1782-1832." B.A. Hons, Acadia University, 1975.

Donovan, Kenneth. "Slaves in Ile Royale, 1713-1758." French Colonial History, vol. 5 (2004), 25-42.

Donovan, Kenneth. "A Nominal List of Slaves and their Owners in Ile Royale, 1713-1760." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 16, no. 1 (June 1996), 151-62.

Donovan, Kenneth. "Slaves and their Owners in Ile Royale." Acadiensis, vol. XXV, no. 1 (1995).

Edwards, J.P."The Shelburne that was and was not." Dalhousie Review, vol. I, no. 1 (1922).

Edwards, J.P. "Vicissitudes of a Loyality City." Dalhousie Review, vol. I, no. 2 (1922).

Ells, Margaret. "Settling the Loyalists in Nova Scotia." Canadian Historical Association Annual Report (1934).

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

Fox, Nellie. "Loyalist Brothers: John and James Mann." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 4, no. 2 (1984): 83-9.

Fraser, James. "Fraser's 'A Sketch of Shelburnian Manners-Anno 1787'." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 10, no. 2 (1990).

Gilmour, Ken. "Ross-Thomson House, Loyalist Artifact." The Occasional, vol. 8 (spring 1983): 7-13.

Gilmour, Ken. "Shelburne's Ross-Thomson House: The Largest Loyalist Artifact in the N.S. Museum's Collection." Canadian Collector, vol. 19 (January 1984): 13-5.

Gilroy, Marion. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia. Halifax: Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1937.

Grant, John N. The Maroons in Nova Scotia. Halifax: Formac, 2002.

Grant, John N. The Immigration and Settlement of the Black Refugees of the War of 1812. Dartmouth: Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, 1990.

Grant, John. N. "Black Immigrants to Nova Scotia." The Journal of Negro History, vol. 58, no. 3 (1973).

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

Harding, Anne Borden. "The Port Roseway Debacle: Some American Loyalists in Nova Scotia." The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol. 117 (January 1963).

Harvey, Mary Mackay. "Gardens of Shelburne, Nova Scotia, 1785-1820." Bulletin of the Association for Preservation Technology, vol. 7, no. 2 (1975).

Hilchey, Doris. Refuge: The Loyalists Come to Nova Scotia. Tantallon: Four East Publications, 1985.

Hutcheson, Austin E. "Pre-Loyalist Nova Scotia: A Study of Provincial Settlement, Government, Economy and Institutions Under the Old Colonial Empire." PhD diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1937.

Jackson, Elva E. "Some of North Sydney's Loyalists." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 3, no. 2 (1983): 5-22.

Johnson, A.J.B. "Avant les loyalistes - les Acadiens dans le région de Sydney, 1749 à 1754." Société historique acadienne Cahiers, no. 19 (juillet/septembre 1988): 105-13.

Johnson, A.J.B. "Before the Loyalists: Acadians in the Sydney Area, 1749-1754." Cape Breton's Magazine, vol. 48 (1988): 59-64.

Kimber, Stephen. Loyalists and Layabouts: The Rapid Rise and Faster Fall of Shelburne, Nova Scotia 1783-1792. Canada: Doubleday Canada, 2008.

Logan, Jackie. "The Sheet Harbour Loyalist Settlement of 1784 and Hiram's Lodge No. 8." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 15, no. 1 (June 1995): 118-26.

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

MacIntyre, Eldred. "Nova Scotian Perceptions of the Loyalists, 1820-1911." M.A. thesis, Queen's University, 1990.

MacKinnon, Neil. "A Death of Miracles: Governor John Parr and the Settling of the Loyalists in Nova Scotia." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 15, no. 1 (June 1995): 33-44.

MacKinnon, Neil. This Unfriendly Soil: The Loyalist Experience in Nova Scotia, 1783-1791. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1986.

MacKinnon, Neil. "The Loyalist Experience in Nova Scotia, 1783-1791." Ph.D. diss., Queen's University, 1975.

MacKinnon, Neil. "The Changing Attitudes of the Nova Scotia Loyalists Towards the United States, 1783-1791." Acadiensis, vol. II, no. 2 (spring/printemps 1973): 43-54.

MacLellan, D. Peter. "A Loyalist Crucible, Digby, Nova Scotia, 1783-1792." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 3, no. 2 (1983): 23-38.

MacNeil, Robert. "An Impossible Dream: Imagining a 'new and better New York' on Nova Scotia's rocky coast." Literary Review of Canada, vol. 16, no. 8 (October 2008).

Martell, James Stuart. "Pre-Loyalist Settlements around Minas Basin: A History of the Townships of Cornwallis, Horton, Falmouth, Newport, Windsor, Truro, Onslow and Londonderry, 1755-1783; with a Survey of the French Period." M.A. thesis, Dalhousie University, 1933.

McErrow, P.E. A Brief History of the Coloured Baptists of Nova Scotia 1783-1795. Halifax: Afro-Nova Scotian Enterprises, 1975.

McMurtrie, Douglas C. The Royalist Printers at Shelburne. Chicago: privately printed, 1933.

Morgan, Robert J. "Loyalists of Cape Breton: Reprinted from Cape Breton Historical Essays." Loyalist Gazette, vol. 34, no. 1 (spring 1996): 29-33.

Morgan, Robert J. "The Loyalists of Cape Breton." Dalhousie Review, vol. 55, no. 1 (1975).

Niven, Laird. Was this the Home of Stephen Blucke? Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum, 2000.

Niven, Laird. Birchtown Archaological Survey (1993). Lockeport: Roseway Publishing, 1994.

O'Neill, Patrick B. "Jacob Bailey: Nova Scotia's Loyalist Playwright." Canadian Drama/L'art dramatique canadien, vol. 15 (1989): 202-12.

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.

Poole, Edmund Duval. Annals of Yarmouth and Barrington, Nova Scotia in the Revolutionary War. Halifax: Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1899.

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.

Robertson, Carmelita. Black Loyalists of Nova Scotia: Tracing the History of Tracadie Loyalists, 1776-1787. Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum, 2000.

Robertson, Marion. King's Bounty: A History of Early Shelburne. Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum, 1983.

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

Roper, Henry. "Aspects of the History of a Loyalist College: King's College, Windsor and Nova Scotian Higher Education in the Nineteenth Century." Anglican and Episcopal History (1991): 443-59.

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

Roth, Stacy F. "Loyalist Father, Patriot Son: The Cox Family at Shelburne, Nova Scotia." Princeton University Library Chronicle, vol. 51, no. 2 (1990): 183-200.

Salter, Robert W. Loyalists and Planters of Minas Basin. Amherst, NS: Acadian Printing, 1991.

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

Shenstone, Susan Burgess. "The Loyalist: Genesis of a Ship." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 11 (December 1991): 65-74.

Smith, Eleanor Robertson and Kim Robertson Walker. Founders of Shelburne, Nova Scotia Who Came, 1783-1793, and Stayed. Shelburne: Shelburne County Archives & Genealogical Society, 2008.

Smith, Eleanor Robertson ed. Remarks and Rough Memorandums: Captain William Booth, Corps of Royal Engineers, Shelburne, Nova Scotia, 1787, 1789. Shelburne: Shelburne County Archives & Genealogical Society, 2008.

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.

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

Troxler, Carole Watterson."Re-enslavement of Black Loyalists: Mary Postell in South Carolina, East Florida, and Nova Scotia." Acadiensis, vol. XXXVII, no. 2 (summer/autumn 2008).

Troxler, Carole Watterson. "Community and Cohesion in the Rawdon Loyalist Settlement." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 12 (June 1992): 40-66.

Troxler, Carole Watterson. "'The Great Man of the Settlement': North Carolina’s John Legett at Country Harbour, Nova Scotia, 1784 1812." North Carolina Historical Review (July 1990).

Troxler, Carole Watterson. "A Loyalist Life: John Bond of South Carolina and Nova Scotia." Acadiensis, vol. XIX, no. 2 (spring/printemps 1990): 72-91.

Troxler, Carole Watterson. "Origins of the Rawdon Loyalist Settlement." Nova Scotia Historical Review, vol. 8, no. 1 (1988): 62-76.

Troxler, Carole Watterson. "The Migration of Carolina and Georgia Loyalists to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick." Ph.D. diss., University of North Carolina, 1974.

Walker, James W. St. G. The Black Loyalists: The Search for a Promised Land in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone, 1783-1870. New York: Dalhousie University Press, Holmes and Meier, 1976; reprint University of Toronto Press, 1992.

Walker, James W. St. G. "The Black Loyalists in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone." Ph.D. diss., Dalhousie University, 1973.

Weatherell, Charles, and Robert W. Roetger. "Another Look at the Loyalists of Shelburne, N.S., 1783-1795." Canadian Historical Review, vol. 70 (March 1989): 76-91.

Wetmore, Donald, and Lester B. Sellick, eds. Loyalists in Nova Scotia. Hantsport, NS: Lancelot Press, 1983.

Whitehead, Ruth H. The Shelburne Black Loyalists: A Short Biography of All Blacks Emigrating to Shelburne, Nova Scotia after the American Revolution, 1783. Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum, 2000.

Whitfield, Harvey Armani. "African and New World African Immigration to Mainland Nova Scotia, 1749-1816." Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia HIstorical Society, vol. 7 (2004).

Whitfield, Harvey Armani. "Black refugee communities in early nineteenth century Nova Scotia." Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, vol. 6 (2003).

Whitfield, Harvey Armani. "'We can do as we like here': An Analysis of Self Assertion and Agency Among Black Refugees in Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1813-1821." Acadiensis, vol. XXXII, no. 1 (autumn/automne 2002).