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Bonnie Prince Charlie
How Flora MacDonald saved the life of Charles Edward Stuart, called "Bonnie Prince Charlie."
The Jacobite Heritage
Noel S. McFerran tells the story of James II and VII, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, and his Jacobite heirs to the present day. The monarchy as it would have been without the Glorious Revolution of 1688. Includes a genealogical tree, pictures and links to further information.
The Northumbrian Jacobites
Examines the history of Jacobitism in the north east of England.
Scotland: A Brief History - The Stuart Cause
Peter Williams writes about the House of Stuart's claim on the British throne and their supporters.
The Stewart Society
Established 1899 inviting membership and appreciation of Stewart people, places, things, events and heraldry, including Royal Lineage, back to the 12th century.
Yahoo! Groups: Jacobite
Forum to discuss those who after the Revolution of 1688, continued to support the Stuart dynasty in England, Scotland, and Ireland.
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