100,000 Loyalists have fled the United States, mainly to Nova Scotia (37 words)

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Following the Treaty of Paris and the end of the American Revolution, an estimated 70,000 Loyalists left North America, with over 40,000 resettling in Nova Scotia and other colonies in Canada while others left for Britain and the Caribbean.

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