A Flora MacDonald Sourcebook
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- Flora MacDonald in America, with a Brief Sketch of Her Life and Adventures, by J. P. Maclean (originally published 1909; 84 pages + illustrations)
- The Truth About Flora MacDonald, by Allan Reginald MacDonald, edited by Donald Mackinnon (originally published 1938; 98 pages). From the very day in which she stepped into the spotlight of history, having assisted Prince Charles Edward Stewart to escape in the Hebrides, through her life in prison in London as a celebrity, to her resettlement in North Carolina and her retreat to Canada and, ultimately, back to Skye, Flora MacDonald has always been an elusive personality, strangely passive, eager for her celebrity status, and yet obviously deeply revered by the Jacobites of her day.
These two works seek to place her into a corrected historical perspective and to trace her steps throughout those years from obscurity to celebrity and back to Skye.
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