The United Empire Loyalist Settlement at Long Point, Lake Erie
By L. H. Tasker (1900)


CONTENTS

Chapter I. Introduction.
Chapter II. Political Aspect of the Revolution.
Chapter III. Motives of the Loyalists.
Chapter IV. Treatment of the Loyalists During the War.
Chapter V. Legislative Enactments for the Punishment of the Loyalists.
Chapter VI. British Parliament and the Loyalists.
Chapter VII. What Britain Did for the Loyalists.
Chapter VIII. Loyalist Emigration.
Chapter IX. Routes of the Loyalists.
Chapter X. Modes of Travelling.
Chapter XI. Early Accounts of Long Point.
Chapter XII. The County of Norfolk.
Chapter XIII. The Townships of Norfolk.
Chapter XIV. The Indians of the Long Point District.
Chapter XV. The Migration to Long Point.
Chapter XVI. Charlotteville.
Chapter XVII. Clearing the Land.
Chapter XVIII. Buildings.
Chapter XIX. Food.
Chapter XX. Mills.
Chapter XXI. Clothing.
Chapter XXII. The Preaching of the Gospel.
Chapter XXIII. Marriage.
Chapter XXIV. Funerals.
Chapter XXV. List of U. E. Loyalists who Settled at Long Point.
Chapter XXVI. Dedrick.
Chapter XXVII. Maby (Mabee).
Chapter XXVIII. Secord.
Chapter XXIX. Teeple.
Chapter XXX. Smith.
Chapter XXXI. McMichael.
Chapter XXXII. Austin.
Chapter XXXIII. Welch.
Chapter XXXIV. Culver.
Chapter XXXV. Ryerse (Captain Samuel).
Chapter XXXVI. McCall.
Chapter XXXVII. Munro.
Chapter XXXVIII. Hazen.
Chapter XXXIX. Bowlby.
Chapter XL. Freeman.
Chapter XLI. Finch.
Chapter XLII. Tisdale.
Chapter XLIII. Berdan.
Chapter XLIV. Cope.
Chapter XLV. Ryerson (Lieutenant Joseph).
Chapter XLVI. Anderson.
Chapter XLVII. Gilbert.
Chapter XLVIII. Johnson.
Chapter XLIX. Montross.
Chapter L. Millard.
Chapter LI. Matthews.
Chapter LII. Powell.
Chapter LIII. Foster.
Chapter LIV. Williams.
Chapter LV. Brown.
Chapter LVI. Spurgin.
Chapter LVII. Hutchison.
Chapter LVIII. Buchner.
Chapter LIX. Wycoff.
Chapter LX. Haviland.
Chapter LXI. Fairchild.
Chapter LXII. Wilson.
Chapter LXIII. Shaw.
Chapter LXIV. Davis.
Chapter LXV. Glover.
Chapter LXVI. Dougharty.
Chapter LXVII. Green.
Conclusion.
References.


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