HIST235: The French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Era, 1715-1815
- CATALOG (to find books - Salem & PALS libraries)
- WORLDCAT (to find books - national/int'l libraries)
& OPEN WORLDCAT (to find books - by regional proximity)
- DATABASES (to find periodical articles)
- EBSCO eBook Collection (to find E-Books)
- RECOMMENDED: Salem libraries' guide to HISTORY
Search tips for using the above resources:
The majority of Gramley Library's circulating book resources on French History from 1715-1815 will be located within the following call number ranges and shelved on the third (3rd) floor.
||1715-1789. 18th century. Louis XV, Louis XVI|
|DC139-249||Revolutionary and Napoleonic period, 1789-1815|
France -- Foreign relations -- 19th century.
France -- Foreign relations -- 1715-1793
France -- Foreign relations -- 1774-1793
France -- Foreign relations -- 1789-1815
France -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain, [Prussia etc.]
France -- History -- 1789-
France -- History -- 1789-1793
France -- History -- Revolution, 1789-1799
France -- History -- 1789-1815
France -- History -- Insurrection, 1792
France -- History -- First Republic, 1792-1804
France -- History -- Reign of Terror, 1793-1794
France -- History -- Directory, 1795-1799
France -- History -- Coup d'état, 1799
France -- History -- Consulate and First Empire, 1799-1815
France -- History -- Invasion of 1814
France. Armée = French army
France. Marine = French navy
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 19th century
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- France, [Prussia, etc.]
Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821
Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815
Prussia (Kingdom). Armee = Prussian army
Russia -- Foreign relations -- 19th century.
Russia -- Foreign relations -- 1801-1917
Russia -- Foreign relations -- France
TO LOCATE RELEVANT ARTICLES FROM THE PERIODICAL LITERATURE ON YOUR TOPIC...
Recommended resource: JSTOR
TO LOCATE FULL TEXT ELECTRONIC JOURNALS ...
GO TO: SFX --- type in the title of a specific journal known to you to as a source of scholarly articles that focus on world history.
French Historical Studies
History Workshop Journal
Journal of Modern History
American Historical Review
English Historical Review
There are lots of useful sites out there - focus on ones with an educational purpose, such as those that are developed by governments, universities, and museums.
EuroDocs - History of France: Primary Documents
[collection of links to relevant Internet resources; subdivided by date range]
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution
Napoleonica.org - primary source material
The following resources will help you gain an overview on your topic. They are especially useful for finding chronological and biographical information, primary source materials, maps, diagrams, and facts & figures.
|Ref D208 .N4 (14 vols.)||
New Cambridge Modern History --- see, especially:
vol. 8 - The American and French Revolutions, 1763-93 and
vol. 9 - War and Peace in an Age of Upheaval, 1793-1830
|Ref DC35 .C66 1975|| FRANCE 1789-1962
| Ref DC147 .P38 1988
||Companion to the French Revolution|
|Ref DC147.5 .C4 1989|| Chronicle of the French Revolution
| Ref DC148 .D5313 1989
|| A Critical Dictionary of the French Revolution
| Ref DC151 .H32 1990
|| The Napoleonic Source Book
The French Revolution and Napoleon: A Sourcebook
The French Revolution (Greenwood Guides to Historic Events)