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The UELAC Loyalist Trails Newsletter Archive

Archived Issues

This is the 2019 archive of Loyalist Trails. For other years, start from the index page.

2019 Newsletters

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-52: December 29, 2019
- Samuel Whitney and Samuel Miles: Two Loyalists Acquainted with Generational Grief, by Stephen Davidson
- Loyalist Township Acquires Three Historic Properties in Bath
- Research Continues: Skeletons Found Near Ridgefield Battle Site
- The House on the [Niagara] Hill: The Keefer Family Story: American Revolution and War of 1812
- JAR: St. Paul's Church, New York: A Revolutionary War Site
- Ben Franklin's World: Slavery & Freedom in Early Maryland
- Book: ‘They Were Good Soldiers’
- Author's Post About Book Entangled Lives
- Family Name Ribbon with Bar Available from UELAC Catalogue
- Where in the World?
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Editor's Note: Happy New Year

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-51: December 22, 2019
- Samuel Whitney and Samuel Miles: Two Loyalists Acquainted with Personal Grief, by Stephen Davidson
- More Information: Skeletons Found Near Ridgefield Battle Site
- “At length the Gentleman fired a Pistol” (Boston, Nov. 1773)
- Book Review: No Despicable Enemy, by Gavin K. Watt
- Book Review: A Crisis of Peace, by David Head
- Kelly Arlene Grant: Caps – At Some Point, We Have All Done It Wrong...
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: A Winslow Christmas
- JAR: The Siege of Fort Laurens, 1778-1779
- Washington's Quill: George Washington and the Bearing of Arms
- Ben Franklin's World: One Colonial Woman's World
- Old Hay Bay Church Looking ‘New’
- Add a UELAC Patch to Your Clothing or Gear
- Last Post: Sylvia Fairlie-Stuart
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Lost Email Messages, Please Resend
- Editor's Note: Best of the Season

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-50: December 15, 2019
- Samuel Whitney and Samuel Miles: Two Loyalists Acquainted with Political Grief, by Stephen Davidson
- Book Review: Birchtown and the Black Loyalist Experience From 1775 to the Present
- The Liberty Tree is a Focal Point for Rising Tensions
- Three Skeletons, Possibly Revolutionary War Soldiers, Found Under House In Ridgefield CT
- JAR: Robert Erskine, Surveyor-General of the Continental Army
- JAR: The Sons of Liberty and Mob Terror
- Washington's Quill: The History of Mount Vernon When Your Source is a Slave List
- The Junto: Q&A: Erik R. Seeman, Speaking with the Dead in Early America
- Ben Franklin's World: Young Benjamin Franklin
- Writing Like Alexander Hamilton with a Silver Inkstand, c1790
- Resources: Researching Quebec Loyalists at the BAnQ
- Resources: Beyond 2022: Ireland's Virtual Record Treasury Research Project
- Book: Loyalist Descendants in British Columbia Added to UELAC Catalogue
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-49: December 8, 2019
- The Personal Exodus of a Jewish Loyalist (Part 2), by Stephen Davidson
- Trinity Anglican Church in Saint John, NB
- Kelly Arlene Grant: Regency on a shoestring, but also the historical stash busting challenge...
- Book on the Family History of Mary Jane McCutcheon, including Loyalist Andrew Denike
- JAR: Shenandoah Martyr: Richard Campbell at War
- JAR: The Engagement at Woodlane: Precursor to the Battle of Iron Works Hill, a Key to the American Victory at Trenton
- Ben Franklin's World: Snowshoe Country
- Fee for Loyalist Certificate Applications Increased
- Georgian Papers Program: An Illumination
- UE Loyalist Certificates Issued Recently
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + New Brunswick Branch Christmas Gathering
      + Living History: 240th Anniversary of the Battles of Stone Arabia and Klock's Field (Oct. 16-18, 2020)
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Last Post
      + Mildred Edna Hall, UE (1927-2019)
- Queries
      + Response re What a Wonderful Loyalist Family

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-48: December 1, 2019
- UELAC Promotional Catalogue: A Loyalist Gift – For You, Or Someone Else
- The Personal Exodus of a Jewish Loyalist (Part 1), by Stephen Davidson
- Borealia: History and the Climate Emergency (Or: Tradition To The Rescue Of Progress)
- JAR: Thanksgiving: A Week With Martha Bradley, The British Housewife
- Ben Franklin's World: Education in Early America
- Are You a Member? Have You Logged In To The New Website Yet?
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Chilliwack Branch Christmas Meeting, Dec. 7
      + Christmas at the Fort Plain Museum, Dec. 7
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Queries
      + Proving Jane Margaret Turner is the Daughter of Rachael Storms

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-47: November 24, 2019
- Movie Project: The Good Americans
- Scholars Wanted: Now Is The Time
- 1783: The Flight from New York City (Part Three), by Stephen Davidson
- A Sentimental Bracelet for a New York Bride, 1785
- Snuff Accessories: A History of the 1700 and 1800s
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Two King's Orange Rangers (Part 2)
- JAR: Bernard Romans and the First Attempt at Fortifying the Hudson River
- JAR: The Officers' Spirited Memorial: A Prelude to the Newburgh Conspiracy
- Washington's Quill: Washington's Musical Admirer – Francis Hopkinson
- Ben Franklin's World: An Early History of the White House
- Loyalist Gazette: Paper Copy on its Way. Access Digital Copy
- Region and Branch Bits
      + St. Lawrence Branch on Social Media
      + Gov. Simcoe Branch in Toronto, Dec. 4
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-46: November 17, 2019
- We Remembered on Nov. 11
- 1783: The Flight from New York City (Part Two), by Stephen Davidson
- A Long, Drawn-out Exercise in Costume Design Research
- Philip E. M. Leith Memorial Award 2019
- JAR: Captain John De Treville: Continental Officer and British Spy
- JAR: Lexington and Concord: A Case Study in Leadership and Direct Action
- Washington's Quill: Impeachment and the Constitutional Convention
- Ben Franklin's World: Treaty of Canandaigua
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Assiniboine Branch: New Twitter Account
      + The Battle of Johnstown and the Death of Walter Butler
      + Kingston & District: Saturday, Nov. 23, with Nathan Tidridge
      + Manitoba Branch: Saturday, Nov. 23, at The Gates, Winnipeg
      + Jamestown Settlement, Nov. 28-30
      + Fraunces Tavern Museum, NYC: Sunday, Dec. 15
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-45: November 10, 2019
- Remembrance Day 2019
- 1783: The Flight from New York City (Part One), by Stephen Davidson
- New UELAC Hat and Pullover Sweat now Available
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Two King's Orange Rangers
- Borealia: Before Canada: A conference recap
- JAR: Valley Forge's Threshold: The Encampment at Gulph Mills
- JAR: The Lewes Lighthouse Legend Re-examined and Re-interpreted
- The Woolen Shoes That Made Revolutionary-Era Women Feel Patriotic
- The Junto: Book Review: Surviving Slavery in the British Caribbean
- Ben Franklin's World: The Medical Imagination
- Fall 2019 Loyalist Gazette Now Available in Digital Format
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Bicentennial Branch General Meeting, Nov. 16
      + Kawartha Branch, Nov. 17
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Last Post
      + Doris Elynore Reynolds, UE
      + Glenn Snook, UE
- Queries
      + Responses re What was a Great Coat?

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-44: November 3, 2019
- Speaking Loyalist Era English, by Stephen Davidson
- JAR: A Reprieve for John Sutherland, a Poor Silly Creature
- JAR: Courts-Martial of the Corps of Light Infantry, 1779
- A Garden Ghost And Revolutionary Loyalist Among Those That Haunt Newtown Homes
- “Lapping a spot of dry blood on his sleeve”
- The Junto: A (Pedagogically, Geographically, Historiographically) Vast Native History Course
- Ben Franklin's World: Interpreting the Fourth Amendment
- New UELAC Hat and Pullover Sweat now Available
- UELAC: Board of Directors
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Toronto Branch: "This Canada Business" (Nov. 13)
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
      + What was a Great Coat?

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-43: October 27, 2019
- Book: No Despicable Enemy, 1779: The Continental Army destroys Indian Territory, by Gavin K. Watt
- New Brunswick's Loyalist Slave Owners: Part 2, by Stephen Davidson
- Giving Away Enslaved Children in 18th-Century America
- Boston Massacre Trial
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections:
- Borealia: Research Resources – the CRKN Canadiana & Héritage Digital Collections
- JAR: “The Americans Have Hoisted Their Standard of Liberty at Salem”
- JAR: Enoch Crosby – A Hudson Valley Spy in Fact and Fiction
- Ben Franklin's World: Creating the Fourth Amendment
- The Grim Food Served on 17th-Century Sea Voyages Wasn't All Bad
- The Royal Diets of George III and George IV
- UE Loyalist Certificates Issued Recently
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Historical Costumer Brings Loyalist Fashion To Life In Saint John, NB, Oct. 26-27
      + "Sullivan-Clinton Campaign" Symposium, Johnstown NY, Nov. 2
      + "The Great Fortresses of Eastern Canada" – Gov. Simcoe Branch, Nov. 6
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-42: October 20, 2019
- New Brunswick's Loyalist Slave Owners: Part One, by Stephen Davidson
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: To Face Violence at Home or go into Exile? Daniel Babbit's Decision
- JAR: Picking Up the Pieces: Virginia's “Eighteen-Months Men” of 1780-81
- JAR: Joshua Barney, the Hyder-Ally's Triumph, and its Aftermath
- Washington's Quill: Bushrod Washington: Slavery and Colonization in the Shadow of George Washington
- Ben Franklin's World: Creating the First Ten Amendments
- Loyalist Gazette Spring 2019 Issue Catch-up Mailing
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Sir Guy Carleton Branch Fall Social: Nov. 9
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-41: October 13, 2019
- Ship Harbour, Nova Scotia: Part 3: Other Loyalists, by Stephen Davidson
- Worthy of Commemoration
- How Paul Revere Scooped a Rival and Created One of the Most Infamous Images in American History
- JAR: The Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary Service of Georgia's John Milton
- JAR: Book Review: Printing the News, 1763-1789
- Washington's Quill: George Washington Sees the Circus
- Ben Franklin's World: American Legal History & the Bill of Rights
- Fall 2019 Loyalist Gazette: Paper vs. Digital
- Loyalist Certificate Applications: Deadline for 2019 is October 31
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + "Sullivan-Clinton Campaign" Symposium, Johnstown NY (Nov. 2)
      + Reconnecting a Divided Winslow Family
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Last Post: James Donald Lochhead Howson
- Queries
      + Acquiring a Loyalist Rose

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-40: October 6, 2019
- Ship Harbour, Nova Scotia: Part 2: More German Loyalists, by Stephen Davidson
- New Additions to Loyalist Monuments, Memorials and Commemoratives
- Fort Edward National Historic Site in Windsor, Nova Scotia
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Ephraim DeForest – The Shoemaker's Ultimate Fate
- JAR: How Magna Carta Influenced the American Revolution
- JAR: The Whitall Family and the Battle of Red Bank
- Washington's Quill: A Glimpse of William “Billy” Lee: George Washington's Enslaved Manservant
- Ben Franklin's World: John Dickinson – Life, Religion & Politics
- Book: De Kalb: One of the Revolutionary War's Bravest Generals
- Where in the World?
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Queries
      + Duncan Bell UEL (Son of William Bell UEL)

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-39: September 29, 2019
- 2019 UELAC Conference
- Ship Harbour, Nova Scotia: Part 1: Its German Loyalists, by Stephen Davidson
- The "Sussex" Declaration of Independence
- What is Work? By Kelly Arlene Grant
- Loyalist Quarterly Newsletter – Sept. 2019 , by Paul J. Bunnell, UE
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Natural disasters, Unnatural Rebellion
- Borealia: The Business of Transnational History: An Editor's Perspective
- JAR: Massachusetts Privateers During the Siege of Boston
- Washington's Quill: Polite Prohibition?: Bushrod Washington, Mount Vernon, and the Steamboat
- The Junto: Students Writing Letters, Students Reading Letters
- Ben Franklin's World: Elizabeth Seton: An Early American Life
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Toronto Branch: "History and Evolution of Heraldry in Canada"
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-38: September 22, 2019
- Return to Loyalist Times in the Mohawk Valley
- Ye Have the Poor With You Always: New Brunswick's Loyalist Welfare System, by Stephen Davidson
- Living History 101: One Persona Will Not Fit Every Event
- JAR: Officers Who Never Saw Combat
- JAR: Thomas Jefferson: Life, Liberty, and French Fries
- Washington's Quill: Wild and Wonderful George Washington
- The Junto: Interview with David Doddington, Author of Contesting Slave Masculinity
- Ben Franklin's World: Mapping Empire in the Chesapeake
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Norfolk County Genealogy Symposium, Sept. 28
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Last Post: Patricia Ann Adair

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-37: September 15, 2019
- Return to Loyalist Times in the Mohawk Valley, Sept. 29 - Oct. 4
- Nova Scotia to Sierra Leone: 18 Black Loyalists' Stories (Part 3), by Stephen Davidson
- Lethbridge Alberta: New Plaque Honours Loyalists
- Henry Gesner UEL and Grandson Abraham Pineo Gesner, Inventor of Kerosene
- Once More Into the Breeches: How to Make Period Pants, by Kelly Arlene Grant
- JAR: A French "King of America"?
- JAR: Fire-Hunting by Night in South Carolina: A Pursuit of British Officers
- Washington's Quill: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Militias in Republican Ideology
- The Junto: The Business of Transnational History: An Editor's Perspective
- Ben Franklin's World: Birthright Citizens
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Kingston Branch
      + Gov. Simcoe Branch
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Last Post: G. Murray Johnson, UE
- Editor's Note

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-36: September 8, 2019
- Go Back to Loyalist Times in the Mohawk Valley, Sept. 29 - Oct. 4
- Nova Scotia to Sierra Leone: 18 Black Loyalists' Stories (Part 2), by Stephen Davidson
- Who Were The Black Loyalists?
- George Ludlow UEL: Addendum and Clarification
- Loyalists, Abaco Islands, Bahamas and Hurricane Dorian
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Medical Pioneers, Part 2: Freaky Pharmaceuticals and Quack Cures
- JAR: James Moore's Commission in the East Florida Rangers
- JAR: A Plan for a British "Female Corps"
- Washington's Quill: Refusing the Commander in Chief
- Ben Franklin's World: The Money Question in Early America
- Regency on a Shoestring: Making Caps
- Who in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Bicentennial Branch – Kingsville, ON (Sept. 14)
      + Mohawk Valley Presentation – Johnstown, NY (Oct. 3)
      + Fall Fleet Celebration – Chilliwack, BC (Oct. 5)
      + Nova Scotia Meeting – Windsor, NS (Oct. 5)
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Remembering Okill Stuart
- Last Post: Alma Irene Hayward, UE

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-35: September 1, 2019
- Explore the Mohawk Valley This Fall! (Sept. 29 - Oct. 4)
- Nova Scotia to Sierra Leone: 18 Black Loyalists' Stories (Part 1), by Stephen Davidson
- George Duncan Ludlow, UEL
- Controversy over Ludlow Hall at University of New Brunswick
- A Loyalist's House in Saint John, New Brunswick
- JAR: Four Battleflags of the Revolution: Captured by Lt.-Col. Banastre Tarleton
- JAR: The Beeline March: The Birth of the American Army
- Washington's Quill: Martha on Money: The History of the Martha Washington Silver Certificate
- Ben Franklin's World: Life & Revolution in Boston & Grenada
- Book: Revolutionary Networks: The Business and Politics of Printing the News, 1763-1789
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Bicentennial Branch Meeting, Sept. 14
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post
      + G.B. Okill Stuart, UE
      + Geraldine Helen Robson

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-34: August 25, 2019
- Explore the Mohawk Valley This Fall, Sept. 29 - Oct. 4
- Loyalists and Canada's First Residential School, Part 4: Indigenous Apprentices, by Stephen Davidson
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Medical Pioneers: Peter Huggeford and the Horrors of 18th Century Surgery
- JAR: Cornwallis Quits Charlotte, Abandoning the Autumn Campaign of 1780
- Prospect Hill, Bunker's Hill, and Psychological Warfare During the Siege of Boston
- JAR: Augustine Barrett, Escaped British Prisoner of War, Pleads his Case
- Washington's Quill: The Fulcrum of the Revolution? George Washington Explores the Possibility of a Southern Campaign
- The Junto: Call For Papers: The Age of Revolutions in the Digital Age
- Ben Franklin's World: The Highland Soldier in North America
- Cemetery at St. Mary's Anglican Church in Auburn, Nova Scotia
- Book: Brutal Virtue: The Myth and Reality of Banastre Tarleton
- Front Line Staff are Valuable
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-33: August 18, 2019
- Seeking Truth with The Good Americans Film Project
- Loyalists and Canada's First Residential School, Part 3: Sussex Vale, by Stephen Davidson
- Short Stays from the Scrap Bin
- JAR: The Penobscot Expedition of 1779
- JAR: Their Pockets Filled with Paper Dollars: The Raid on Little Ferry
- Ben Franklin's World: Frontiers of Science
- Theodosia Prevost Burr & Slavery in 18th c. New Jersey
- “No Stamp Act”: Pots & Politics in Early America
- Bushrod Washington: Distinguishing Natural Rights from Legal Rights
- Where in the World?
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post: Patricia Potter Hughes, UE

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-32: August 11, 2019
- Loyalists and Canada's First Residential School, Part 2: The Meductic Model, by Stephen Davidson
- JAR: “That Damned Absurd Word Liberty”: Les Habitants, the Quebec Act, and American Revolutionary Ideology
- The Junto: Writing – Revise and Resubmit
- Ben Franklin's World: Virginia, 1619
- Benedict Swingate Calvert: A Privileged Loyalist Who Didn't Leave
- Hair Powder: History of Its Popularity and Unpopularity
- Where in the World?
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-31: August 4, 2019
- Loyalists and Canada's First Residential School, Part 1: New Brunswick, by Stephen Davidson
- Coronation Robes for King William IV
- St. Mary's Church in Auburn, Nova Scotia
- “General Fry, That Wonderful Man”
- Borealia: Decorous Dispossession: Legally Extinguishing Acadian Landholding Rights
- JAR: The Tragedy of Henry Laurens
- JAR: A General's Funeral: The Burial of Enoch Poor Revisited
- Washington's Quill: Going Digital: The Process of Adding a New Volume to our Digital Edition
- Ben Franklin's World: Charlottesville, VA, James Monroe's Highland
- Everyday History: 18thc Tin Lanterns with Windows Made of Horn
- Thanks for Missing Loyalist Gazette Issues
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Quench Your Thirst With a Loyalist Beer
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post
      + Robert Norman Wylie, UE
- Queries
      + The Curious Case of Simeon and Wait Wright UEL

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-30: July 28, 2019
- The Good Americans Hits the Ground Running
- The Prince Who Dined with Loyalists, Part 4: The Colony of Cape Breton, by Stephen Davidson
- Addendum: Letter from Prince William to George III
- "Book of Negroes" and "Inspection Roll of Negroes" Together Again
- Rose Fortune, Black Loyalist
- Loyalist Migrations Project: Try It Out
- Guyasuta, Leader of the Seneca People
- Borealia: Wide Angles, Close Quarters: A Human History of Le Grand Dérangement
- JAR: The Constitution Counted Free Women and Children – And It Mattered
- Washington's Quill: George Washington, Genealogist: Why Didn't We Know?
- Ben Franklin's World: Washington, D.C., NMAAHC
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Nova Scotia Branch At Five
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Last Post: Jenette June Moore, UE

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-29: July 21, 2019
- The Prince Who Dined with Loyalists, Part 3: Quebec and Nova Scotia, by Stephen Davidson
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: “Behind Rebel Lines” – An Untold Story from the Battle of Trenton
- Borealia: Reconciling Chignecto: The many stories of Siknikt
- JAR: The Last Vestige of the Clove Road
- Washington's Quill: Documentary Editing and Princeton: 2019 and 1777
- Ben Franklin's World: New York, Schoharie Crossing of The Erie Canal
- Another Revolutionary War Shipwreck Found in York River
- Margaret Kemble Gage: A Rebel Spy?
- Research Resources: Quebec City Municipal Archives Website
- Research Resources: Free Historical Newspaper Links Ontario: The Ancestor Hunt
- Loyalist Connection Leads American Author To Prince Edward County
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Loyalist Heritage Centre, Adolphustown ON
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-28: July 14, 2019
- 2019 Loyalist Scholarship Challenge: Epilogue
- The Prince Who Dined with Loyalists, Part 2: Halifax, by Stephen Davidson
- Borealia: Exhibiting the Acadian History of Pointe Sainte-Anne
- JAR: Les Habitants: Collaboration and Pro-American Violence in Canada, 1774-1776
- Washington's Quill: "Cents and Sensibility" – Martha Washington's Financial Papers
- The Junto: Food and Hunger in Vast Early America
- Ben Franklin's World: Road Trip – Montréal, Château Ramezay
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + The Truth about Alexander Hamilton, Fort Plain Museum, July 17
      + Chilliwack Branch Celebrates BC Loyalist Day, July 20
      + Van Valkenburg Family Reunion, Sept. 15-19
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-27: July 7, 2019
- 2019 UELAC Conference
- The Prince Who Dined with Loyalists, Part 1: New York City, by Stephen Davidson
- John Moores UEL: New Jersey to Grimsby
- Seeing Canada in a Different Light During the American Revolution
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Loyalist History On the Ground in Kings County, NB
- Borealia: The French Colonial Historical Society, Longueuil, 2019: A Template for Early Canadian History?
- JAR: Benedict Arnold and James Wemyss: Similar Experiences Contrasting Legacies
- JAR Book Review: Quarters: The Accommodation of the British Army and the Coming of the American Revolution
- The Junto: Food and Friendship in Early Virginia
- Ben Franklin's World: Celebrating the Fourth
- Ben Franklin's World: The Reintegration of American Loyalists
- Loyalist Quarterly Newsletter, June 2019, by Paul J. Bunnell, UE
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Grimsby, Ont., Renames "Civic Holiday" to "Colonel Robert Nelles Day"
      + W. Thomas Molloy, Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-26: June 30, 2019
- 2019 Loyalist Scholarship Challenge: Final Countdown
- The Defiant Loyalists of Lower Canada: Part 3 of 3, by Stephen Davidson
- Book: Birchtown and the Black Loyalist Experience
- JAR: David Holmes, Timothy Barnard, and Questionable Loyalties
- Cross-Dressing to Enlist: Deborah Sampson
- JAR: Thomas Fletchall's Association: A Loyalist Proclamation in the South Carolina Backcountry
- Washington's Quill: Comparing Correspondence and Personal Documents
- The Junto: Bread in the French Tropics during the Seventeenth Century
- Ben Franklin's World: Shoe Stories from Early America
- A Loyalist Flag for Loyalist House
- How an 18th-Century Lady Dressed for Travelling
- Prince Edward Island This Summer? Visit the Bedeque Area Historical Museum
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Every Place, A Story: Canada Historic Places Day 2019: Saturday, July 6
      + The Bedeque Area Historical Museum Opens New Exhibits
      + The Truth about Alexander Hamilton's Birth, Wedding, and the Newburgh Conspiracy
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-25: June 23, 2019
- 2019 Loyalist Scholarship Challenge: 7 Days To Go
- The Defiant Loyalists of Lower Canada: Part 2 of 3, by Stephen Davidson
- A Concord Revolutionary War soldier's “long-lost” journal is being digitized
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Loyalist History On the Ground in Kings County, New Brunswick
- JAR: George Farragut: The Epitome of an American Colonial
- JAR: The Tea that Survived the Boston Tea Party
- Washington's Quill: Martha Washington's Preoccupation With Health
- The Junto: Food and Hunger in Vast Early America
- The Junto: Damming Fish and Indians: Starvation and Dispossession in Colonial Massachusetts
- Ben Franklin's World: Revolutionary Print Networks
- UELAC Archives Seeking Past Issues of Loyalist Gazette
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Prince Edward County Celebrations
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-24: June 16, 2019
- UELAC President Sue Hines, The Queen and Centenial
- 2019 Loyalist Scholarship Challenge: The End is Near
- The Defiant Loyalists of Lower Canada: Part 1 of 3, by Stephen Davidson
- More Information About the Tisdale Family
- JAR: The First American Warship
- Washington's Quill: Horses and Housewares: Indexing George Washington's Financial Papers
- Ben Franklin's World: A History of Early Delaware
- Re-enacting the Landing of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte
- Stories of the American Revolution: Fact, Fiction, or Some of Each?
- Resource: How Far Did They Sail?
- Loyalist Mapping Project and Tornadoes
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + June 19: Loyalist Day in Ontario, Saskatchewan and Edmonton
      + Chilliwack Branch Meeting, June 22
      + National Trust for Canada: The June Giveaway contest – until 27 June
      + Norfolk Historical Society, History Book Sale, June 29
      + Canada's History for Kids: See Their Videos and Vote
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-23: June 9, 2019
- Loyalist Scholarship Challenge: 40 Days of Giving – Day 20
- The Fourteen Tisdales – A Loyalist Family Saga, Part 4: Remembered in New Brunswick, by Stephen Davidson
- Conference 2019: A Wrap, by Ruth Nicholson
- Returning home: UELAC Conference in Ottawa-Gatineau to Nova Scotia
- Resource: Loyalists Removed from Boston For Halifax in March 1776
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Long Island's Revolutionary War Battlefields
- JAR: Decoding British ciphers used in the South, 1780-81
- JAR: Josiah Quincy, Jr.
- Washington's Quill: A Loyalist Describes George Washington
- Ben Franklin's World: Pearls & the Nature of the Spanish Empire
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + St. Lawrence Branch Cemetery Plaquing
      + Loyalist Day in Ontario, Saskatchewan and Edmonton on June 19
      + King's Royal Regiment of Canada Reenactment Weekend June 15/16
      + Moore Family Reunion at Norwich ON, Saturday, June 29
      + "Forgotten Soldier" opening June 29 at American Revolution Museum at Yorktown
      + St. Lawrence Branch Summer Picnic, Sunday, July 14
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Queries
      + Under what officers did Casparus Springsteen, Butler's Ranger, serve?

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-22: June 2, 2019
- 2019 UELAC Conference: It's A Wrap ... Almost
- Loyalist Scholarship Challenge: 12 Days and Counting
- The Fourteen Tisdales – A Loyalist Family Saga, Part 3: The Upper Canadian Clan, by Stephen Davidson
- The Loyalist Mapping Project: Can you Help?
- Quakers who were UE Loyalists, by Randy Saylor
- JAR: Quebec Town Major William Dunbar, Captured In April 1775
- The Junto: Book Review – A Not-So-New World: Empire and Environment in French Colonial North America
- Ben Franklin's World: Biography and a Biographer's Work
- Research Resources Available: List of City Directories
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, June 1-6
      + Recommended Session: Integrating Loyalist and Revolutionary War History into the Classroom
      + Grand River Branch Loyalist Day Church Service, Sunday, June 16
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post: Rodney Thomas Craig
- Editor's Note

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-21: May 26, 2019
- 2019 UELAC Conference: Canada's National Flag
- Loyalist Scholarship Challenge: 5 Days In
- The Fourteen Tisdales – A Loyalist Family Saga, Part 2: Marriage and Migration, by Stephen Davidson
- 15 Ships to Sierra Leone
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Anthony Casteel's Account of Scalping Proclamations in Colonial Nova Scotia
- JAR: Operations of the Queen's Rangers: Foraging in New Jersey, February-March, 1778
- JAR: To the End of the World: Cornwallis Pursues Morgan to the Catawba
- Washington's Quill: “Fake News!”: Newspapers and George Washington's Second Presidential Administration
- The Junto: Q&A with Kate Egner Gruber, Curator of “Tenacity: Women in Jamestown and Early Virginia”
- Ben Franklin's World: Post & Travel in Early America
- Things: The Nicola Affair
- Colonial Williamsburg: Head Over Heels – Making a Wig
- Unravelling The Lives Of The Man Who Spent 12 Years As A Slave – And The Canadian Who Saved Him
- Region and Branch Bits
      + American Revolution Mohawk Valley Conference, June 7-9
      + Kingston and District Branch UELAC Raise the Loyalist Flag, June 12
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-20: May 19, 2019
- Loyalist Scholarship: Are you up for a Challenge? 40 Days of Giving, May 21 - July 1
- UELAC Scholarship Recipient Jonathan A. Bayer: Video Clip
- UELAC Conference 2019: Correction for Conference 2019 schedule
- Annual UEL Commemorative Service at St. Alban The Martyr Anglican Church
- What's to Become of St. Alban The Martyr Anglican Church?
- The Fourteen Tisdales – A Loyalist Family Saga, Part 1: Finding Sanctuary, by Stephen Davidson
- Borealia: U. of Moncton: Call for Papers – Militia Studies in Atlantic Canada, 1700-2000
- Borealia Addendum: Recipe collection offers insight into 18th century life in the Maritimes
- JAR: Reconciliation between the Colonies and Great Britain – A Close Call
- Washington's Quill: Exploring the "Blank Space" of Washington's Youth
- Ben Franklin's World: Benedict Arnold
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Grimsby: 225th Anniversary of St. Andrews Anglican Church
      + Ontario Heritage Trust museums open for the summer
      + Laura Secord Weekend: June 22-23, 2019
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-19: May 12, 2019
- UELAC Conference 2019 Deadline, Auction Items, Special Church Service
- A Loyalist's Diary of the Final Years: Part Two, by Stephen Davidson
- Why Scholarship Matters & A Virtual Introduction to Jonathan A. Bayer, 2019 UE Scholar
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Edward Coats and his Journal of the Siege of Quebec
- Borealia: Fighting Fungus with Fungus: Mushroom Ketchup as Food and Medicine
- JAR: Misadventures in the Countryside: Escape from a British Prison Ship
- JAR: “My Dear Nell”: The Love Letters of [Loyalist] John Moultrie
- Ben Franklin's World: Motherhood in Early America
- Digby, NS: Trinity Anglican Parish Cemetery
- Restoration of Old Hay Bay Church: Fundraising Concert on June 9
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Waterdown Museum of History open to the public May 13
      + Genealogy Workshop at Old Hay Bay Church, July 27
      + Van Valkenburgh Families (NAVVF) Meeting Sept. 15-19, Niagara Falls
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-18: May 5, 2019
- 2019 UELAC Conference: Saturday Workshop and Seminars
- A Loyalist's Diary of the Final Years (Part 1), by Stephen Davidson
- A Tribute To William A. Smy
- Borealia: Settler Colonialism and Recipes in the Early Modern Maritimes
- JAR: Gunpowder, the Bahamas, and the First Marine Killed in Action
- Ben Franklin's World: Mixed-Race Britons & the Atlantic Family
- The Longboats of Shelburne, Nova Scotia & Loyalist Landing 2008
- Oldest Loyalists at Time of Death
- Film Update: The Good Americans
- Loyalist Gazette: Spring 2019 Issue Has Been Mailed
- Books: The Best Historical Fiction About the American Revolution
- Morrisburg Research Centre and Lynne Cook's Records
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Leeds Heritage Day event, May 25
      + American Revolution Mohawk Valley Conference, June 6-9
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post: Dr. Richard Hugh Longfield, UE

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-17: April 28, 2019
- UELAC Conference: Keynote Speakers and Music; Earlybird Ends!
- Ten Black Loyalists who Settled in Sierra Leone, by Stephen Davidson
- Robert Land, UE: Courier, Recruiter, Scout, Spy
- Borealia: The Early Modern Maritime Recipes Database
- Addendum to Borealia: Immigrant Servant Girls to Home Children
- JAR: Another Three Loyalist Declarations Signed in the Fall of 1776
- JAR: Revisiting B. E. Griffiths – Former Slave, Queen's Ranger, and "Son of Africa"
- The Junto: Book Review, The Consequences of Loyalism
- Ben Franklin's World: A 17th-Century Native American Life
- Loyalist Gazette: Spring 2019 Issue Has Been Printed
- Loyalist Monument in Prince Edward Island
- Where in the World?
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post: James Donald Coons, UE

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-16: April 21, 2019
- UELAC Conference: Earlybird Rates Until 30 April
- Loyalist Gazette: Spring 2019 Issue at The Printers
- Ten Black Loyalists who Settled in New Brunswick, by Stephen Davidson
- Loyalist Shipwrecks near St Augustine, Florida and Charleston Evacuation
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Revolutionary Names: Privateer and Prize Ships, 1777-1814
- Borealia: Immigrant Servant Girls to Home Children: Following a thread in Canada West
- JAR: James Willing and the Mississippi Expedition
- JAR: Killer Trees of the Revolution
- Ben Franklin's World: Farms & Farm Families in Early America
- Book Review: Christian Slavery: Conversion and Race in the Protestant Atlantic World
- Resource Book: Upper Canada Naturalization Records 1828-1850, 2nd Edition
- Quebec Genealogical Records: Additions at the Drouin Institute
- Where in the World ... are the Photos?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Spring Fleet Celebration: April 27, Chilliwack Branch
      + Failure of the Sullivan Expedition: May 9, Albany
      + Reunion of Adam Young & Catharine Schremling Descendants: July 13
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post: Lieutenant Colonel William Arthur Smy, OMM, CD, UE

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-15: April 14, 2019
- ‘Movie Time’: Thank You, UELAC
- 2019 UELAC Conference: Presentations Not to be Missed
- Fleshing Out Four Entries in the Victualing Musters: Part 2, by Stephen Davidson
- The Huguenots count among the most successful of Britain's immigrants
- Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, Father of the Canadian Crown
- Borealia: "Not one penny from an Irishman"
- JAR: James Bruce's Report on the Situation of West Florida and Havana, 1782
- JAR: James McCubbin Lingan, an American Story
- Ben Franklin's World: A History of Russian America
- The Old North Church: This Old Pew, #75 – Owen Richards: Unfortunate Customs Agent and British Loyalist
- Loyalist Gazette: Spring 2018 Publicly Available
- UELAC Archives Seeking Past Issues of Loyalist Gazette
- Cool Vintage Maps from Digital Archive Ontario
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Kawartha Branch Annual Banquet Saturday 11 May 2019
      + Odell House in Fredericton NB For Sale
      + Sat., Apr 27: Central West Region Annual Gathering
      + Easter Egg Hunt
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-14: April 7, 2019
- National Volunteer Week
- 2019 UELAC Conference – The Capital Calls: Friday Tours
- Loyalist Gazette: Spring 2019 Issue
- Loyalist Scholarship News: Welcome 2019 Loyalist Scholars!
- Loyalist Movie News: The Good Americans
- The Loyalist Mapping Project: New Partnership between the UELAC and Huron at Western
- Fleshing Out Four Entries in the Victualing Musters: Part 1, by Stephen Davidson
- The Loyalist Connections: Revolutionary Names: Privateer and Prize Ships, 1777-1814
- Lt. Col. James Moody
- JAR: The Thunderer, British Floating Gun-Battery on Lake Champlain
- JAR: The Double Spy – The Service and Suffering of Caleb Bruen
- Ben Franklin's World: The Acadian Diaspora
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits:
      + April 25: Victoria BC's history of United Empire Loyalists
      + April 27: Central West Region Annual Meeting/Seminar With Nathan Tidridge
      + June 29: Reunion of Samuel Moore Family Saturday
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-13: March 31, 2019
- UELAC Notice of Annual General Meeting
- UELAC Conference – The Capital Calls: Thursday Evening Reception
- Loyalists Who Could Not See: Part 3 of 3, by Stephen Davidson
- Assiniboine Branch Project: UELAC 2020 Calendar
- Resources: Wolfe Island Cemetery Transcriptions
- Loyalist Quarterly Newsletter by Paul J. Bunnell, UE
- JAR: Henry Champion: An Officer Resigns
- Terror in the Ramapos
- Ben Franklin's World: The Religious Lives of the Adams Family
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-12: March 24, 2019
- UELAC Conference – The Capital Calls: Ottawa/Gatineau and Area Attractions
- Loyalists Who Could Not See: Part 2 of 3, by Stephen Davidson
- A Project to Digitize the Loyalist Claims Records Held at Kew
- St. Alban's Church in Adolphustown ON to be De-consecrated
- JAR: Brothers Mourn the Death of Captain Thomas Moultrie
- Captain Septimus Noel: Ordnance Fleet Commodore
- Ben Franklin's World: First Martyr of Liberty
- Where in the World ... are the Photos?
- Region and Branch Bits:
      + Hamilton Branch March 28th Meeting
      + Nova Scotia Branch Meeting 13 April
      + Quebec This Summer? Little Hyatt One-Room Schoolhouse
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post:
      + Arthur "Art" Francis Dorland, UE
      + Donald (Donnie) Eugene Outhouse, UE

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-11: March 17, 2019
- UELAC Conference: The Capital Calls — Thursday Daytime
- New In The UELAC Store: Loyalist Family Name Badge
- Loyalists Who Could Not See: Part 1 of 3, by Stephen Davidson
- How Robert Morris's "Magick" Money Saved the American Revolution
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: A General's Reprimand: Hospital mismanagement in Halifax, 1778
- Borealia: Ordinary Women – Jeanne Dugas of Acadie
- JAR: Walking Skeletons – Starvation on Board the Jersey Prison Ship
- The Junto: Does Size Really Matter? Searching for Early American Women in the Archives
- Ben Franklin's World: The Townshend Moment
- UELAC Archives Missing Past Loyalist Gazette Issues – Can You Help?
- UE Loyalist Certificates Issued Recently
- Where in the World?
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post: Wayne Spencer Scott, UE
- Queries:
      + Response re Donald Daniel McCrimmon

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-10: March 10, 2019
- UELAC Conference: The Capital Calls – Hotel Rooms Going Fast!
- Scholarship Update: Like a Lion
- Photo Challenge: Get your Sleuthing Caps On
- Black Loyalists Bid Farewell to Savannah: Part Two, by Stephen Davidson
- The Case of The Missing Portrait of James Moody UEL
- Remembering the Lives and Sacrifices of General Richard and Janet Montgomery
- St. Lawrence Branch: Indigenous Neighbours
- JAR: Donald McCraw of the 42nd Regiment Wields his Broadsword
- The Junto: March Madness 2019 Begins!
- Ben Franklin's World: The Boston Massacre
- Book: A Genealogical Sketch of Joseph Brownell of Moulinette, Upper Canada
- Nineteenth-Century Quilts: Publications Set In Cloth
- Purchasing Patriotism: Politicization of Shoes, 1760s-1770s
- National Trust for Canada: Membership Gives Access to...
- UE Loyalist Certificates Issued Recently
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Vancouver Branch Meeting: Tuesday, March 19
      + Sir Guy Carleton Branch Meeting: Saturday April 6
      + New York Chapter, Palatines to America, Spring 2019 Conference: April 27
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Queries:
      + Information About Loyalist John Craig

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-09: March 3, 2019
- UELAC Conference: The Capital Calls, May 30 - June 2, Ottawa
- Black Loyalists Bid Farewell to Savannah: Part One, by Stephen Davidson
- In Search of Refuge During the American Revolution, This Enslaved Black Man Joined the British Army
- Why Do The United Empire Loyalists Matter? By Brian McConnell, UE
- The Fort Wilson Riot and Pennsylvania's Republican Formation
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: William Paine's Instructions for Inoculation
- Borealia: Joseph Bouchette, Copiste
- JAR: "To Huts": British Winter Cantonments around New York City
- Washington's Quill: Mythbusting with Martha
- The Junto: Call for Papers: Early American Music and the Construction of Race
- Ben Franklin's World: Copyright & Fair Use in Early America
- Loyalist Resources: Personal or Local Websites
- Where in the World?
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-08: February 24, 2019
- UELAC Conference: The Capital Calls, May 30 - June 2, Ottawa
- Savannah Farewell: Part 4: A Woman's Perspective, by Stephen Davidson
- Loyalist James Allen's Reflection on the State of the Colonies
- Tartan and Pure Laine: British Governors of Quebec
- JAR: Bernard E. Griffiths: Trumpeter Barney of the Queen's Rangers, Chelsea Pensioner, and Freed Slave
- The Junto: My Experience at OxEARS 2019
- Ben Franklin's World: Making the State of South Carolina
- Where in the World?
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post:
      + Archibald Macdonell, UE
      + Gerry Thomas
- Queries:
      + Response re Donald Daniel McCrimmon
      + Response re John Faddle m. Sarah Buck and David, Hiram and Peter Ferrel

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-07: February 17, 2019
- Savannah Farewell, Part 3: Hello, Great Britain!, by Stephen Davidson
- Parcel of NS Land: From Slave-Owning Loyalist's Son to the African Baptist Church, by Brian McConnell, UE
- The "Hynson Business": Story of a Double Agent
- Valentine Jones, British Army Officer, Quebec, Boston, New York
- JAR: Caught Between the Lines: Eastchester, New York, During the American Revolution
- Washington's Quill: Mount Vernon and the Papers of George Washington: A Partnership Since 1968
- The Junto: Announcing the Launch of Freedom on the Move
- Ben Franklin's World: The Poison Plot: Adultery & Murder In Colonial Newport
- Book: Threads in the Tapestry of Canada: Some Loyalist Descendants Buried in Beechwood Cemetery
- Book Review of Threads in the Tapestry by Marg Hall, UE
- The Contortionist
- St. Lawrence Branch website
- Hamilton Branch Speaker Natasha Henry for Black History Month
- UE Loyalist Certificates Issued Recently
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Queries:
      + Relationship of John Faddle & Sarah Buck to David, Hiram & Peter Ferrel
      + Donald Daniel McCrimmon

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-06: February 10, 2019
- Savannah Farewell, Part 2: Bonjour, Quebec!, by Stephen Davidson
- Pathkiller
- Scholarship Update: Applications, Scholars, Film, Donate
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Institutional Discrimination in the 1785 Saint John Royal Charter
- Borealia: Book Review: Boundless Dominion: Providence, Politics, and the Early Canadian Presbyterian Worldview
- JAR: Henry Knox's "Noble Train of Artillery:" No Ox for Knox
- Casualty of Revolution: The Sad Case of Betty Smith
- Ben Franklin's World: Aquatic Culture in Early America
- Using New Technologies to Explore History
- Daniel Lightheart UEL, by Lynn McAlister
- Early Sicard-Secor Families of New York: Origins of United Empire Loyalist William Secord
- The History of Ridgefield CT Records Slaves
- UE Loyalist Certificates Issued Recently
- Where in the World?
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Queries:
      + Response re Eleanor DUE and Francis UEL Stephenson

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-05: February 3, 2019
- A Milestone: 2,000. Thank you!
- Savannah Farewell, Part 1: Ahoy, Nova Scotia; by Stephen Davidson
- The Revolutionary Memories of New York Loyalists: Thomas Jones and William Smith, Jr.
- JAR: 1776 – The Horror Show
- Ben Franklin's World: A Native American History of the Ohio River Valley & Great Lakes Region
- Recognizing African Heritage Month
- Problematic Prostheses
- Preserving Historic Hair from Alexander Hamilton & George Washington
- UE Loyalist Certificates Issued Recently
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Last Post: William ‘Bill’ Stanley Fowler, Maj. (Ret'd), CD, UE

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-04: January 27, 2019
- Loyalist VanDines and Vanderbilt Millionaires, by Stephen Davidson
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: To be Free or Not to be – That is the Question
- Borealia: CFP – Before Canada: Northern North America in a Connected World, ca. 1000-1800 AD
- JAR: The Molasses Act: A Brief History
- Washington's Quill: The Adams Family and the Washingtons: A Political Friendship
- Ben Franklin's World: The Early History of Washington, DC
- La plus vieille maison patrimoniale de la Gaspésie vandalisée
- The Food We Eat [When Hungry Enough]
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-03: January 20, 2019
- The Lumber Town That Became The Capital of Canada
- It All Started with a Powder Horn, by Stephen Davidson
- The Gravesite of Colonel James De Lancey
- Think Twice Before You Attend a Banquet of Loyalist Dishes
- The UEL Town of Cornwall; It All Began in 1784 Right Here
- UELAC Scholarship News
- Reflections on American History Association Meeting AHA 2019
- Borealia: Red Jim McDermott and Recycled History: The Fenian Raid on New Brunswick
- JAR: Alexander Milliner, Age Ten, Enlisted September 1780
- The Junto: Book Review: Slave Law and the Politics of Resistance in the Early Atlantic World
- Ben Franklin's World: The Culinary Adventures of Benjamin Franklin
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post: Sir Conrad Swan
- Queries:
      + Simeon Wright
      + An Old House, Eleanor Stephenson, and a Loyalist Connection?

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-02: January 13, 2019
- Six Weeks on a Bed of Dried Fish: Part Two, by Stephen Davidson
- Ezekiel Younglove: More Details
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Simeon Perkins – A Liverpool Loyalist?
- JAR: The Decision that Lost Britain the War: An Enigma Now Resolved
- Ben Franklin's World: New England Indians, Colonists, and Origins of Slavery
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Editor's Note: Lost Email Messages

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2019-01: January 6, 2019
- Six Weeks on a Bed of Dried Fish: Part One, by Stephen Davidson
- Loyalism in the Age of Revolutions
- JAR: Captain Lambert Wickes and "Gunboat Diplomacy, American Revolution Style"
- Washington's Quill: Prospecting for the Real George Washington
- Ben Franklin's World: Taverns in Early America
- Book: The Road to Concord: How Four Stolen Cannon Ignited the Revolutionary War
- Get Published: Contributions For The Loyalist Gazette Appreciated
- Resource: Canadian Online by Canadian Research Knowledge Network
- Fund-raising for Restoration Project: "Majesty on the Frontier"
- Where in the World?
- Region and Branch Bits
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post: Betty Wilhelmina Stubbs, UE (née Williamson)
- Queries:
      + Photographs of Loyalists