Loyalist Women in New Brunswick, 1783-1827: About the Project

About the Project

Loyalist Women in New Brunswick, 1783-1827 is a digital collection hosted by the Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives. The ACVA is a joint initiative of Margaret Conrad, Canada Research Chair in Atlantic Canada Studies, and the Electronic Text Centre at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.

The Collection

The original Winslow Family documents imaged on this website are housed in the Archives and Special Collections Department of the University of New Brunswick Libraries, which is a partner in this project.

Sponsors

This project was made possible in part through the Canadian Culture Online Program of Canadian Heritage. Support, both financial and in kind, has been provided by UNB Libraries, the Electronic Text Centre, the Canada Research Chair in Atlantic Canada Studies, and the Vice-President (Research), all based at the University of New Brunswick.

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Behind the Scenes

Interested in digital imaging, document transcription, or markup techniques for archival documents? Read about digitizing archival documents for presentation online.

Contributors

The ACVA project team met weekly to discuss and to manage the research, editing, imaging, transcription, encoding, and web development tasks of the Loyalist Perspectives projects. In addition to our immediate team, our external advisory committee provided invaluable scholarly contributions to our project.

Acknowledgments

We wish to acknowledge the assistance of the following institutions: Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Kings Landing, the New Brunswick Museum, the Yale Center for British Art, and Library and Archives Canada.

Site Policies

Copyright & Permissions of Use

Texts and images in the collection are available for research purposes only. The Canada Research Chair and the Electronic Text Centre require clear and proper citation on all referenced materials. We encourage links to the site but under no conditions are the texts or images to be copied to or posted on other servers.

Commercial use of these texts is prohibited without written agreement from the Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives.

A number of the texts available on this site have complex rights associated with them and for this reason we ask that you contact us for permission of use.

Linking Policy

We encourage links to this website provided that any such link does not suggest an endorsement by or affiliation with the ACVA or its sponsoring organizations. Sites should link to the collection's splash page at http://atlanticportal.hil.unb.ca/acva/loyalistwomen/

This collection links to external websites that complement the material presented in the collection; however, the ACVA is not responsible for the contents of linked websites, or any changes or updates to such websites. Linked sites undergo periodic review.

To request a link from this collection to your website, please contact us.

Wikipedia Policy

It is our policy to monitor changes made to Wikipedia entries to which our sites link. While we are not responsible for content, we do assume responsibility for alerting readers to any substantial alterations made to those resources that might compromise the value of the linked information. We do this in full acknowledgment that Wikipedia is, to quote its founder, Jimmy Wales, designed only to be a "quick basic overview" encyclopedia.