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Loyalists in east Florida

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Loyalists in E. Florida

Posted: 16 May 2001 1:59AM GMT
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 11:23AM GMT
Concerning the query about Loyalists in East Florida - In most cases, the latest they departed East Florida was in 1784. The reference to a drowning in the St. John's River (the correct spelling st the time) is that this river is the Saint John River in the province of New Brunswick in Canada. This province was a part of the colony of Nova Scotia, and after the American Loyalists arrived there in 1784 in the 10s of thousands, they wanted to have their own government, which they did, and the colony became the two provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

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Steve Cox 12 Apr 2001 1:53PM GMT 
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ElizabethBarc... 28 May 2001 6:02PM GMT 
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