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The UELAC Loyalist Trails Newsletter & Archive

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Loyalist Trails weekly e-newsletter

The UELAC publishes the weekly Loyalist Trails email newsletter for members and friends containing a variety of information items from the branches, the association, various committees, and individual contributors. Anyone interested in Loyalists and Loyalist-era history is welcome to subscribe to the newsletter. Please tell your friends.

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2020 Newsletters

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2020-05: February 2, 2020
- UELAC Annual Conference Hosted by Manitoba Branch: Update
- Thomas Knox, Deputy Muster Master (Part One), by Stephen Davidson
- George III's Collection of Military Maps published online
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Treasures in America's Historical Newspapers: Early American Newspapers
- Black Loyalists Fought for Their Freedom During the American Revolution
- JAR: John Morgan vs. William Shippen: The Battle that Defined the Continental Medical Department
- JAR: France and Spain Invade England ... Almost
- Washington's Quill: George Washington Sees Automatons in Action
- A Sampler of Bethiah Hastings
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Burlington, ON – February
      + Victoria, BC – Feb. 9
      + Chilliwack, BC Branch, Feb. 15
      + Kawartha, ON: 16 February
      + Kingston, ON: Feb. 18 & Feb. 21
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2020-04: January 26, 2020
- UELAC Annual Conference, Hosted by Manitoba Branch, June 24-28
- Dr. John Gamble: Loyalist Doctor, by Stephen Davidson
- Addendum to Kingston [Ontario] Lower Burial Ground
- Borealia: Book Review: Jacksonian America and the Canadian Rebellion
- JAR: Henry Laurens and the Grand Tour of Europe
- JAR: The Lenape Origins of an Independent America: The Catalyst of Pontiac's War, 1763-1765
- Washington's Quill: Appleton P. C. Griffin: Bibliographer Extraordinaire and An Editor's Friend
- The Junto: Professional Motherhood: A New Interpretation of Women in the Early Republic
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Queries
      + Response re Ziba Pope's Personal Journals
- Editor's Note

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2020-03: January 19, 2020
- A Loyalist Doctor's House Call, by Stephen Davidson
- Kingston [Ontario] Lower Burial Ground
- Borealia: Book Review: Jacksonian America and the Canadian Rebellion
- JAR: Betty Zane and the Siege of Fort Henry, September 1782
- JAR: Tapping America's Wealth to Fund the Revolution: Two Good Ideas that Went Awry
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Assiniboine Branch Project: UELAC Calendar for 2021 – Please Contribute
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Last Post
      + Dorothy (Evans) Ellsworth
- Queries
      + A Book or Publication About Ziba Pope's Personal Journals
- Editor's Note: Away; Website Issues

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2020-02: January 12, 2020
- UELAC Annual Conference To Be Hosted by Manitoba Branch, June 24-28
- Penuel Grant: Loyalist Officer's Widow and New Brunswick Pioneer (Part Two), by Stephen Davidson
- Loyalist Monuments: Saint John Trinity Anglican Church Added
- Honouring The Loyalists
- “My Phillips Family Story,” by Bruce Pitts
- Canadian Heritage Matters: A Tour of King's Square, Saint John, NB
- Atlantic Loyalist Connections: Early Loyalist Vital Statistics in NB: The Marianne Grey Otty Database
- JAR: The Fear of Domination: Resistance Against Tyranny
- JAR: Smoking the Smallpox Sufferers
- Washington's Quill: Henry Lee Jr.'s Partisan Corps in its First Action
- Hudson's Bay Company Archives Microfilm Digitization
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory

“Loyalist Trails” UELAC newsletter 2020-01: January 5, 2020
- Penuel Grant: Loyalist Officer's Widow and New Brunswick Pioneer (Part One), by Stephen Davidson
- The Black Cemetery at Conway & Brinley Town, by Brian McConnell, UE
- The Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress
- JAR: Lord Dunmore's Proclamation: Information and Slavery
- JAR: Why Newport, Rhode Island, Scorned the French
- Ben Franklin's World: Paul Revere's Ride Through History
- “Where BOSTONIA lifts her spires”
- The Regency Town House: The Servants' Quarters
- Correction to “Loyalist Township acquires three historic properties in Bath”
- Region and Branch Bits
      + Kingston & District Branch
- From the Twittersphere and Beyond
- Additions to the Loyalist Directory
- Last Post
      + Elizabeth Sewell, UE
      + Darrell Percy Sewell, UE
- Editor's Note