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Research Aids

Journals of the Assembly of Jamaica: 1664-1826: Indexes for volumes 7-12 and detailed contents for volume 7 (Feb. 26-June 12, 1782) and volume 9 (Nov. 27-Dec. 18, 1795) (available via the catalogue record).

Original Correspondence: West Indies (CO 318): 1699-1830: Document list for volumes 3, 31, 32, 76, and 83 (available via the catalogue record).

Original Correspondence: Jamaica (CO 137): 1781-1784:  Volume 84 content list (available via the catalogue record).

Dr. John Jeffries Papers: A transcription and summary of each of the entries in his diary for the years 1778 and 1779 is available via the catalogue record.

Material Relating to the West Indies from the Senhouse Papers: 1762-1831: Transcription of  Joseph Senhouse's "Memoirs of Dominica," 1772 (available via the catalogue record).

 

Collaborative Courses

Read about our collaboration with the University of New Brunswick's Department of History on the teaching blog of the Canadian Historical Association: Using The Loyalist Collection in the Classroom:  Integrating Professional Skill Development in History Courses.

History 4326: Revolutionary & Loyalist Era Medicine with Prof. Wendy Churchill
Explore the social, cultural, and geo-political dimensions of medicine throughout the British Atlantic World between the 1760s and the 1830s—a time of imperial expansion, revolutionary fervor, and intense warfare. Investigate the experiences of patients and practitioners across multiple locations, including the British Isles, North America, the Caribbean, and Africa. Conduct research in The Loyalist Collection at the Harriet Irving Library, gain experience reading original handwritten sources, and learn how to write a blog assignment on a document!

HIST 4326

Events

Join the REvolution, UELAC Annual Virtual Conference, May 27-31, 2021, Cornwall, Ontario.

New Titles 2020/21

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New Titles 2019/20

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New Titles 2017/18

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