The Loyalists of Massachusetts: And the Other Side of the American Revolutionby James H. Stark
While the book's first hundred pages describe general patterns of Loyalism, the final 400 pages are chock-full of detailed essays of specific Loyalist families. In the majority of cases the essays sketch out the family history for several generations, the events leading up to the family's (or leading protagonist's) departure from the United States, and some account of the Loyalists' fortunes or whereabouts in the years following the war.
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