Spokesmen and Settlers
After a hazy military career, Blucke led the settlers at Birchtown, acting as a schoolteacher, magistrate, construction foreman and militia leader.
As the celebrated leader of the Black Brigade, Colonel Tye was a feared and effective guerilla in New Jersey.
One of the few black noncommissioned officers in the war, Peters went on to lead his people to a new land.
Leader of the Blacks at Little Tracadie - the most isolated settlement of blacks in the province.
Ancestor of many modern Black Loyalists in Nova Scotia, Jupiter led a hard life in Birchtown.
Mary Postell's story is an illustration of the precarious nature of the freedom for all the Black Loyalists.
A policewoman and an entrepreneur, Rose Fortune made a success of her life from the humblest origins.