The Library and Archives of Canada has prepared the following material on the United Empire Loyalists records which the LAC holds -
These references include business records and papers relating to the Loyalists and to boundary commissions.
Many Loyalists and their descendants submitted petitions for land for their service in the war or as compensation for lands lost during the American Revolution. Databases on this subject:
· Land Petitions of Upper Canada, 1763-1865
· Land Boards of Upper Canada, 1765-1804
Sir Frederick Haldimand Fonds
The collection contains some provision lists and muster rolls relating mostly to Loyalists, disbanded soldiers and their families in the province of Quebec. It includes a nominal index.
Black Loyalist Refugees, 1782-1807 - Port Roseway Associates
Many black Loyalists served and were affected by the evacuation of New York which led to their resettlement in the Port Roseway, now Shelburne, Nova Scotia.
British Headquarters papers
The records known as the Carleton Papers or the American Manuscripts contain lists of refugees in New York, lists of persons who were evacuated from New York, lists of refugees from Massachusetts and Rhode Island who were evacuated through the port of New York and numerous references to Port Roseway in Nova Scotia.
British military and naval series
These records cover the period from the American Revolution to the mid-1800s. Thenominal/subject card index (provide a brief description of the document, date, C Series volume number and a page number)
· Fort Howe (Flickr Album)