Exploring the lives of Loyalist Women.
Letters, legal records, diaries, memoirs, poems, and newspaper records relating to women in Loyalist New Brunswick.
Includes documents written by or relating to women in the Winslow family
Contemporaries of Sarah and Penelope Winslow
Explore the work and roles of Loyalist women through essays, images, and a select bibliography.
Includes biographies about women in the Winslow family as well as five contemporaries of Sarah and Penelope Winslow.
Includes artifacts, portraits, and newspaper articles dating from the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Includes selected print and online resources for further reading and research.
Learn about the history of Loyalist women in New Brunswick through activities focusing on primary documents.
Read, investigate, and transcribe letters of Loyalist women who settled in New Brunswick in the eighteenth century.
Use primary and secondary sources to identify significant events in the lives of Loyalist women. Publish details of these events with an online historic newspaper generator.
Technical information, the project team, copyright statement, contact information, and the site index.