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The Loyalists In The American Revolution (1902) (original 2003; edition 2008)

by Claude Halstead Van Tyne

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Title:The Loyalists In The American Revolution (1902)
Authors:Claude Halstead Van Tyne
Info:Kessinger Publishing, LLC (2008), Hardcover, 372 pages
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The Loyalists constituted the majority in some colonies, and a very large minority in the colonies as a whole. This is the history of those 100,000 or more Americans who were driven into exile in Canada and elsewhere; drawn primarily from original sources

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The Loyalists constituted the majority in some colonies, and a very large minority in the colonies as a whole. This is the history of those 100,000 or more Americans who were driven into exile in Canada and elsewhere; drawn primarily from original sources… (more)

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