With Nothing But Our Courage: The Loyalist Diary of Mary MacDonald is a historical fiction book in the Dear Canada series. It was published in March 2002. The book was written by Karleen Bradford, her first for the series.
- "For my husband, Jim, with many thanks for all his support."
- "October 7th, 1783
They came for Father this morning. A loud, rowdy bunch of so-called Patriots with cockades in their hats, all puffed up with righteousness and their own importance. We knew most of them. They were our neighbours. People we used to call friends. They pulled Father out of the house and dragged him down the path. They just dragged him! And then... This is the part I cannot write. But I must. They lifted my dear father up and sat him on a mule — backwards! They paraded him through town that way, shouting vile oaths that I cannot repeat even to this journal. Then they brought him back and threw him down in the dust. "Here's a pass for you, Tory," one of them shouted, tossing a piece of paper after him. "Use it and be out of here by morning. All of you. We don't want filthy Tories in this town!"
- Main article: List of With Nothing But Our Courage characters
- Main article: Karleen Bradford
- "I would like to thank Gavin K. Watt, B.A. Sc., C.M.H., Editor; The King's Royal Regiment of New York; Robert Stacey, Arts Associates, Toronto, Ontario; and the staff at the National Archives in Ottawa, Ontario."