We have taken pains to transcribe a number of original historical documents so that you can develop a sense of what life was like for the Black Loyalists. We have taken particular pains to transcribe those personal accounts that exist of their lives.
We freely encourage anyone who finds these transcriptions useful to include them in their own sites or cite them in their research papers, although we request that you include a link to this site if you do so. We hope that making primary sources available in this manner will encourage scholoarship in this fascinating field.
Autobiographical descriptions of the life of life the Black Loyalists written by both blacks and whites.
Marrant's Journal | King's Memoirs | George's Life | Marrant's Narrative | Mission to America | Marston's Journal | Booth Excerpt | Dyott Excerpt | Jessop Excerpt
Letters to, from, and relating to the lives of the Black Loyalists.
Allstyne-Marrant | Annapolis Road | Blucke Pleads Mercy | Huntingdon - Marrant | Instructions to Lawson | Skinner Re: Perkins' Slave | Blucke Re: Roads | Burke Re: Perkins' Slave | Skinner-Dundas | Marrant-Huntingdon | Margaret Blucke-Marrant | Parr-Carleton | Marston Describes Shelburne | Slave Export | White Re: Emancipation | Request to Extend King's Bounty
Proclamations, treaties, muster lists, the Book Of Negroes, bills, survey records, land sales, and other official documents.
Lord Dunmore's Proclamation | Virginia Congress's Response | Treaty of Paris | Carleton's Orders | Brindley Town Survey | Johnston Case | Annapolis Muster List | Sierra Leone Ad | Bill for Birchtown Survey | Farmer's Indenture | Horton's Indenture | Farmer's Will | George Buys Land | Postell Case | Road Petition - Birchtown | List of Indentured Servants | Colonel Blucke's Company | Bluck's Fine | Land Sale
A list of secondary sources and books we've found useful in the development of this site, historians who have assisted us in clarifying facts and obtaining primary sources, and useful internet sites.