Barbara Henderson brings this popular period of Scotland’s history to life through the new and relatable eyes of her young protagonists.
The paintings have never before been displayed together in the UK and
some have never before been exhibited here.
‘Imagine handling the actual banknotes created for the anticipated Jacobite world of the mid-18th century,’ said museum curator, Vanessa Martin.
Originally from Glenuig, Mr Macdonald, of the Conflicts of Interest battlefield archaeology group, said the find had been made in early September on the Rhu peninsula.
Today, the site is marked by the Glenfinnan Monument which was built in 1815 to commemorate the Jacobites who fought and fell during the ’45’.
Few in Lochaber are as well versed in the history and lore of the Jacobite Rising of 1745 as Glenfinnan resident, Tearlach (Charlie) MacFarlane. He is probably the most well-known and eminent specialist on Moidart genealogy.