Settlers to Prince Edward County

A historical examination of who they were and why they came [*]

Page 6 - Bibliography

Du Jourdin, Michel Mollat and Monique de la Ronciére. Sea Charts of the Early Explorers. New York: Thames and Hudson, 1984.

Guillet, Edwin C. Pioneer Travel in Upper Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1966.

History of the Great Lakes: Volume 1. Cleveland: Freshwater Press, 1999.

Lunn, Janet and Richard Lunn. The County: The First Hundred Years in Loyalist Prince Edward County. Picton: Picton Gazette Publishing, 1967.

Mika, Nick and Helma Mika. Prince Edward County Heritage. Belleville: Mika Publishing Company, 1980.

Mika, Nick and Helma Mika. The Settlement of Prince Edward County. Belleville: Mika Publishing Company, 1984.

Mika, Nick and Helma Mika. United Empire Loyalists: Pioneers of Upper Canada, Belleville, Mika Publishing Company, 1977.

Pritchard, James. "For the Glory of God: The Quinte Mission 1668-1680." Ontario History LXV (1973).

Roberts, Gail. Atlas of Discovery. New York: Crown Publishers, 1973.

Image Sources

Figure 1: Parkman, Francis. France and England in the North America: Pioneers of France in the New World. Page 399.

Figure 2: Guillet, Edwin. Early Life in Upper Canada. Page 383.

Figure 3: Mika, Nick and Helma. United Empire Loyalists: Pioneers of Upper Canada. Page 38.

Figure 4: Mika, Nick and Helma. United Empire Loyalists: Pioneers of Upper Canada. Page 122.

Figure 5: Mika, Nick and Helma. United Empire Loyalists: Pioneers of Upper Canada. Page 147.

Figure 6: Mika, Nick and Helma. United Empire Loyalists: Pioneers of Upper Canada. Page 173.

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* [back] - This project was developed by Isabel Slone (one of the Society's 2007 "summer students") and was in part funded with a grant from Young Canada Works, in part with a grant from the Municipality of the County of Prince Edward, and in part with this Society's research funds.