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Kwass, Michael, Spring 2019
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Timothy Tackett. 2015 .

Tackett, Timothy, 1945-

How and why did the French Revolution's lofty ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity descend into violence and terror? The Coming of the Terror in the French Revolution offers a new interpretation of this turning point in world history. Timothy Tackett traces the inexorable…
Michael Kwass. 2014 .

Kwass, Michael,

Main Description:Louis Mandrin led a gang of bandits who brazenly smuggled contraband into eighteenth-century France. Michael Kwass brings new life to the legend of this Gallic Robin Hood and the thriving underworld he helped to create. Decades before the storming of the…
Michael Kwass. 2014 .

Kwass, Michael,

1. Globalization of European Consumption -- 2. King Intervenes -- 3. Making of a Smuggler -- 4. Shadow Economy -- 5. Rebel Rebel -- 6. Triumph -- 7. Would-Be General -- 8. Captured -- 9. Execution of Louis Mandrin -- 10. Mandrin into Print -- 11. Smuggling in the Enlightenment…
Paul Cheney. 2017 .

Cheney, Paul Burton,

In the eighteenth century, the Cul de Sac plain in Saint-Domingue, now Haiti, was a vast open-air workhouse of sugar plantations. This microhistory of one plantation owned by the Ferron de la Ferronnayses, a family of Breton nobles, draws on remarkable archival finds to show that…
Paul Cheney. 2017 .

Cheney, Paul Burton,

In the eighteenth century, the Cul de Sac plain in Saint-Domingue, now Haiti, was a vast open-air workhouse of sugar plantations. This microhistory of one plantation owned by the Ferron de la Ferronnayses, a family of Breton nobles, draws on remarkable archival finds to show that…
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    HD9114.H23 C853 2017 c. 1
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Suzanne Desan. 2004 .

Desan, Suzanne, 1957-

Freedom of the heart -- The political power of love -- Broken bonds -- "War between brothers and sisters" -- Natural children, abandoned mothers, and emancipated fathers -- What makes a father? -- Reconstituting the social after the terror -- Toward the civil code.
Daniel Roche ; translated by Brian Pearce. 2000 .

Roche, Daniel.

Introduction: culture and material civilisation -- Pt. I. Production and consumption -- 1. natural framework and the human framework -- 2. Towns, trade and inventions -- 3. Ordinary consumption and luxury consumption -- Pt. II. Ordinary life -- 4. Rural and urban houses…
Jennifer L. Palmer. 2016 .

Palmer, Jennifer L.

Following the stories of families who built their lives and fortunes across the Atlantic Ocean, Intimate Bonds shows how households anchored the French empire and shaped the meanings of race, slavery, and gender in the early modern period.
Jennifer L. Palmer. 2016 .

Palmer, Jennifer L.,

Interracial intimacy in the French Atlantic -- Proximity and distance in plantation society -- Legitimating authority -- Navigating Transatlantic separations -- Economies of race and gender -- What's in a name? -- Negotiating patriarchy -- Race from Colonialism to Revolution.
Paul Cheney. 2010 .

Cheney, Paul Burton.

Combining the intellectual history of the Enlightenment, Atlantic history, and the history of the French Revolution, Paul Cheney explores the political economy of globalization in 18th-century France.
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    HF3555.C54 2010 c. 1
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    HF3555.C54 2010 c. 2
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Jeremy D. Popkin. 2010 .

Popkin, Jeremy D., 1948-

"The abolitions of slavery in the French Caribbean colony of Saint-Domingue in 1793 and in revolutionary France in 1794 were the first dramatic blows against an institution that had shaped the Atlantic world for three centuries and affected the lives of millions of people. Based…
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    F1923 .P67 2010 c. 1
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