Anyone supporting the aims of the Association is welcome to join as an Associate Member. Those wishing to document Loyalist lineage may apply for a certificate of Loyalist ancestry. Those who are citizens of countries whose head of state is other than Queen Elizabeth may join as Affiliate Members.
The Association motto is "Ducit Amor Patriae" ( Patriotism Leads Me).
Author MARGUERITE R. DOW Revised: ED SCOTT
Links to Other Sites
Black Loyalists: Our History, Our People
This site features an extensive collection of personal stories and other historical documents that shine a light on the life and times of Black Loyalists in Canada. From Canadian Digital Collections.
The United Empire Loyalists
The website for the United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, an organization dedicated to promoting the history of the United Empire Loyalists and their contribution to the development of Canada.
This UNB website provides access to extensive references and resources about the United Empire Loyalists and their descendents.
Records of Old and Their Widows
The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick has within its holdings many highly interesting and valuable historical documents. Among these are records which relate to the soldiers who fought as loyalists in the American Revolution.
Arriving in Upper Canada
This online exhibit focuses on the migration of the Loyalists to Upper Canada. From the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
Revolution Rejected: Canada and the American Revolution
This illustrated Canadian War Museum website recounts the story of the failed American invasion of Canada in 1775–1776 and the migration of American Loyalists to Canada after 1783.
Sir John Johnson House National Historic Site
This Parks Canada website features a profile of Sir John Johnson and an illustrated tour of the national historic site in Williamstown, Ontario.
Settlement of Adolphustown
This RootsWeb.com website focuses on the early Loyalist settlements in the Napanee region of Ontario.
John Graves Simcoe
This Archives of Ontario website profiles John Graves Simcoe, leader of the Queen's Rangers during the American Revolution and the first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada.
The Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives
The Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives (ACVA) is designed to showcase some of Atlantic Canada's rich archival sources. From the University of New Brunswick.
Ward Chipman Slavery Brief
A great information source about anti-slavery issues in Canada during the 19th century. Features the full court transcript of the “Chipman Brief” which was part of an 1800 New Brunswick anti-slavery case. Also offers biographies of Ward Chipman and others related to this case.