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The black loyalists

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on 3 February 2013

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Transcript of The black loyalists

The Black Loyalists The Black Loyalists The black loyalists Loyalists refer to American colonists who remained loyal to the british. Many of them served under them during the war. Loyalists settled in what are now the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Ontario. This is very important to canadian history because without loyalists, we wouldn't have known the history them. That is why they are very important. When Sir Henry Clinton wrote the proclamation, it said that any Black American to leave the war zone will have freedom, protection and land. Thousands of Black Americans rushed into the land to get free from the others. Media wiki
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The black loyalists arrived in Nova Scotia
between 1783 and 1785. They were the largest
group of African people that had decided to come
to Nova Scotia at any one time. The black loyalist Introduction: The Phillipsburg proclamation When did they
come? The Black Loyalists By Fasa When the American Revolution began in the 1770s, the British were very outnumbered. When they were in desperate times, they promised freedom to any slave who fought the Americans. The response was greater than they could have imagined; as many as 30 000 slaves escaped to Britian. Working as soldiers, labourers, pilots, cooks, and musicians, they were a major part of the unsuccessful British war. As defeat became worrisome, these free blacks were evacuated to Nova Scotia with the other Loyalists. slide 1 slide 2 Why is this important?
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