Loyalists in East Florida 1774–1785

After the Revolutionary War ended and the evacuation of the British, Loyalists rushed to leave the American shores. They went to Nova Scotia, Florida, Barbados and England. Complaints were made to English authorities for reimbursement of their losses.

There was a traitor lists in Georgia containing names and the amount confiscated acreage. Most of the Loyalists owned large plantations of 500 acres or…

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