The Loyalist Migrations Project is a multi-year project that brings together Huron Community History Centre student researchers, historians, public researchers, and genealogists to plot the journeys of thousands of Loyalist families.

This project is partnership supported by the United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada (UELAC). The UELAC provided funding for Huron University College’s Community Research Fellowship Program and shared their directory of thousands of loyalist settlers compiled by family researchers over the decades.The directory is an amazing resource and testament to the abilities of citizen historians and loyalist descendants to preserve their history. Loyalist Migrations could not exist without the UELAC’s generous support.