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French Revolution Books

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The French Revolution - Laura K. Egendorf (Editor)
Call Number: 944.04 FRE
ISBN: 0737718153
Publication Date: 2003-12-10
Primary and secondary documents arranged in a pro/con format provide an introduction to the French Revolution and the controversial issues surrounding it.

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History in Quotations - M. J. Cohen; John Major; Simon Schama (Foreword by)
Call Number: REF 909 COH
ISBN: 0304353876
Publication Date: 2004
Use index to locate quotes by figures of the French Revolution as well as historical context of the quote.

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Citizens - Simon Schama
Call Number: 944.04 SCH
ISBN: 0679726101
Publication Date: 1990-03-17
An account of the French Revolution of the late eighteenth century, emphasizing the dynamic aspects of prerevolutionary France, and arguing that the patriotic culture of citizenship created in the decades after the Seven Years' War was a cause, rather than a product of the conflict.

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Tree of Liberty with motto of French Revolution, 1793, France. [Photograph]. Retrieved from Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest. 

  • History Study Center (ProQuest)
    Overview articles, historic documents, and scholarly journal articles for the French Revolution.
  • World at War (ABC-CLIO)
    Begin with Perspectives of the French Revolution and Related Entries to view Political, Government, and Court Documents as well as background articles.
  • Salem History
    Type French Revolution in search box, select exact phrase, and checkmark History box to locate background articles in E-books featuring great events and biographies of famous (and infamous) individuals.
    Use to locate book reviews of historiographies and for secondary source materials.
  • Expanded Academic ASAP (TEL)  
    Databases include scholarly journals, magazine articles, and newspapers. You can also limit to type of journal, such as History Today.
  • "French Revolution" (e-book article from Europe 1789-1914)
    Search this article as well as other articles on the French Revolution in the Gale Virtual Reference Library.
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Power of Art in French Revolution: Jacques Louis David


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