United Empire Loyalists
Loyalists (Source: Library and Archives Canada – LAC)
Sir John Johnson’s Escape: A Tale Retold by Thom Thacher (Source: Adirondack Almanack)
DIRECT SEARCH PAGES for Land Petitions
Loyalist Declaration of Dependence (November 28, 1776)
Original Document at New York Historical Society
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- Link to document online
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Once you have the Microform Number, here is the direct link on LAC – Microform Search
His Majesty’s Indian Allies: 10 Notables (Source: Journal of the American Revolution) – Article
Mohawk Valley, New York
History of the Mohawk Valley: Gateway to the West 1614-1925 (Source: Schenectady Digital History Archive)
Mohawk & Hudson Valley Historical and Cultural Sites (Source: Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor)
King’s Royal Regiment of New York (KRRNY)
King’s Royal Yorkers (Source: KRRNY)
King’s Royal Regiment of New York (Source: Wikipedia)
Who are the German Palatines?
The Palatines (Source: United Empire Loyalists’ Association of Canada)
Palatinate – Historical Region (Source: Encyclopedia Britannica)
German Palatines (Source: Wikipedia) I will often cite Wikipedia as the sources at the bottom of entries are often very valuable.