Branded as a rebel in Scotland, Flora MacDonald

Kelly, C. Brian
August 1997
Military History;Aug97, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p82
Reports on Flora MacDonald who was branded as a rebel in Scotland and become embroiled in another rebellion in America. Why she become an enemy of the British Crown; Events that followed after she went to America.


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