Standard Name: Shaw, Flora
Birth Name: Flora Louisa Shaw
Indexed Name: Flora L. Shaw
Married Name: Flora Louisa Lugard
Titled: Flora Louisa, Lady Lugard
Pseudonym: Special Correspondent
Times. She believed that journalism was the best way for her, as a woman at that time, to exercise political influence. She was also the author of four works of children's fiction, of three books on the political history of states in the British empire, of addresses to various bodies, and of countless articles for newspapers and journals other than the Times.is best known as a journalist with strong views on imperialism, who influenced both official policy and the British public through her position as colonial editor for the
Shaw, Flora. A Tropical Dependency. James Nisbet, 1905.
Shaw, Flora. A Tropical Dependency. Frank Cass, 1964.
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Shaw, Flora. Castle Blair. C. K. Paul, 1878.
Shaw, Flora. “Dry-Nursing in the Colonies”. Fortnightly Review, Vol.
52, pp. 367-79.
Shaw, Flora. Letters from South Africa. Macmillan, 1893.
Shaw, Flora. “Nigeria”. Times, p. 6.
Shaw, Flora. “The British South Africa Company”. Fortnightly Review, Vol.
52, pp. 662-8.
Shaw, Flora. The Story of Australia. H. Marshall and Son, 1897.
Shaw, Flora. “The Story of Zebehr Pasha”. Contemporary Review, Vol.
52, pp. 333 - 49; 568.
Shaw, Flora. The Work of the War Refugees Committee. G. Bell and Sons, 1915.