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Publisher's Summary

National Book Critics Circle Award, Nonfiction, 2012
After the American Revolution, 60,000 British loyalists fled the U.S. for Canada, the Caribbean, India, and other points abroad. Jasanoff traces their harrowing journeys across the globe, shedding light on their ambitions, the post-revolutionary world they encountered, and their legacies.
©2011 Maya Jasanoff (P)2012 Recorded Books
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5 out of 5 stars
By Robert A Balach on 03-04-18

Liberty's exiles

I have read other books on the loyalist of the American Revolution , however I have never read or heard of a book where the loyalists are treated as a Diaspora . I have heard of loyalists who have gone to Britain or other places of the globe but never treated as a group. Good read.

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4 out of 5 stars
By j.merritt on 06-19-14

America's First Civil War

What did you love best about Liberty's Exiles?

Maya Jasanoff's narrative on what might be thought of as America's first civil war — the Revolution — is an engaging and comprehensive account of Americans who remained loyal to Britain and their postwar efforts to reclaim their lives in Canada, the Caribbean, India, Africa, and other parts of the British Empire. The narrator, L.J. Ganzer, does an able job, but because the author is female I think the narrator should have been female too.

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