Liberty, Equality, Fraternity includes the following 625 documents:

Reason
Fraternity
Equality
Liberty
The Day of 21 July 1789; Scaling and Pillaging of the Hotel de Ville in Strasbourg
Procession of Refractory Clergy
Aristocratic Occupations . . .
Trial of Marie Antoinette of Austria
Taking of the Bastille
Bonaparte, First Consul, Putting Away His Sword after the General Peace
The Death of Robespierre
To Versailles, To Versailles!
Mea Culpa of the Pope
The Fountain of Regeneration
Army of Jugs
An Exuberant Executioner
Demolition of the Bastille
Printed Cloth of the Directory and Napoleon
The Fatherland in Danger
Refractory (Clergy) Going to the Promised Land
View of the Mound of Champ de la Reunion on the Festival That Was Celebrated in Honor of the Supreme Being
Reunion
The Marseillaise
A Democrat, or Reason and Philosophy
Plate: Long Live the Nation
Plate: 'I Watch over the Nation.'
Sword Hilt with Revolutionary Icons—Liberty
Fan: Costumes of the Directory
Plate: 1914–17 Quimper china
The Triumph of Liberty–1790
Game of the Great Men, Minot the Elder
Tyranny Tremble
Sword of Sieyès
Robespierre 10 Thermidor—Exposition of 1877
20 June 1791, Anonymous Drawing
The Contrast, 1793 British Liberty/French Liberty
Republican Calendar
Louis as Pig
Marie Antoinette as a Serpent
Clock Faces
Promised Horrors of the French Invasion or Forcible Reasons for Negotiation of a Regicide Peace. Vide, The Authority of Edmund Burke
The Joyous Accord
Bust of Marat
Wallpaper: Unity, Indivisibility
Taking of the Bastille
Abuses to Suppress
Louis as a Drinker
Cup: Louis XVI
National Assembly Relinquishes All Its Privileges
Britannia Rules the Waves!!
Saucière with Phrygian Bonnet
Destruction of the French Colossus
Hell Broke Loose, or, The Murder of Louis
Watch Yourself or You’ll Be a Product for Sale
French Constitution, Rights of Man and Citizen
Costumes of the Council of Five Hundred
Allegory of Truth
The Annoyance of Walking
Louis as No More Than a Man
The Voracious Oath
Festival of National Unity, 14 July 1939
Louis Arrives in Hell
Taking of the Bastille
In Memory of Marat, Friend of the People, Assassinated 13 July, 1793
Assassination of J. P. Marat
An Example of Heroic Courage
The Roman Aristocrat
British Liberty Tree
A Foreign Tree
Louis XVI, King of the French
The Republic
Madame Sans-Culotte
The Good Sans–Culotte
A Second Joan of Arc
Active Citizen/Passive Citizen
King and Queen as Two–headed Monster
Louis Rides a Pig
Patience Monsignor Your Turn Will Come
Ah! Monsignor! It seems that they want us to give everything back, yet while in the game I had advised you to play trumps.
Siege of the Tuileries
Liberty
Two Peasants Repairing a Cart
Assembly of Notables, Held at Versailles
Removal of the Parlements
Burning the Guardhouse on the Pont Neuf
Louis XVI distributes aid to the Poor
Fusillade in the Faubourg St. Antoine, 28 April 1789
Speech in the Garden of the Palais Royal
Taking of Weapons at the Invalides
The Seventh Incident of 14 July 1789
Punishment of Foulon
Vanguard of Women going to Versailles
General Federation of the French
Image of the King’s Departure
Arrest of the King at Varennes, 22 June 1791
Arrest of Louis Capet at Varennes, June 22, 1791
Return from Varennes, Arrival of Louis Capet in Paris
Louis XVI Stopt [sic] in his Flight at Varennes
Day of 10 August 1792
Massacre of the Prisoners of St. Germain Abbey
Massacre of the Priests
Massacre of the Prisoners
Louis’s Separation from His Family
Commemorating the Revolution on Chinaware
The Days of 31 May and 1–2 June 1793
The Cap Français Fire
Attack of Nantes by the Vendéans
Assassination of Marat
The Assassination of Marat by Charlotte Corday
Inside a Revolutionary Committee during the Reign of Terror
Image of the Queen’s Execution
Drowning in the Loire by Order of the Fierce Carrier
Fusillades at Lyon, Ordered by Collot–D’Herbois
Festival of Supreme Being
Robespierre Laid on the Table of the Committee of Public Safety
Entry of the French into Holland
Day of 1 Prairial of the Year III
Day of 13 Vendemaire of the Year 4
Scene of Directory Life, Men and Women from L’Optique du Jour, ou le foyer de Montansier
The Saving of France
The Welcoming of a Marquis in Hell
The Great Nausea of Monsignor
The Calculating Patriot
Nine Emigrants Go to the Guillotine
An Ordinary Guillotine
Act of Justice
Noble Act of 500,000 Republicans
French Victory at the Battle of Jemmappes
Battle of the Pyramids
Bonaparte, First Consul of the French Republic, 18 Brumaire, Year VIII
Gallic Declaration of War, or, Bumbardment of all Europe
A French Gentleman of the Court of Louis XVI. A French Gentleman of the Court of Egalité, 1799
The Blood of the Murdered Crying for Vengeance
The Radical’s Arms. (No God! No Religion!! No King! No Constitution!!)
Opening of the Club of the Revolution: Circus Act
President of a Revolutionary Committee Distracting Himself with His Art While Waiting
President of a Revolutionary Committee after the Seals are Removed
Transportation of Voltaire at the French Panthéon, 8 July 1792
Battle of Aboukir
Louis the Sixteenth, King of France and of Navarre
Image of the Queen’s Defense
Memorable Day at Versailles, October 5, 1789
The King Accepting the Constitution amid the National Assembly, 14 September 1791
We Must Hope That It Will Soon Be Over
Long Live Liberty
The Third Incident of 14 July 1789
The Royal and Imperial Family of Napoleon, the Greatest and First with That Name
The Third Estate Marrying Priests with Nuns
Through Me You Are All Brothers
Oath of the New Horaces
Description of the Chouans and other Counterrevolutionaries
I Was Sure We Would Have Our Turn
Farewell Bastille
With the Help of Mr. de la Fayette, the French Nation Defeats Despotism
Departure of the Three Orders for Versailles
An Emblematical View of the Constitutions of England and France
Awakening of the Third Estate
They Had Them Too Long
"His Monument": Napoleon’s Past and Future Are Filled with Dead Bodies
Triumph of the Year 1813
I Am Called Cerberus but Am Also a Chameleon: Napoleon Being Sucked into Hell
"This Is My Dear Son": Napoleon as Child of the Devil
Debris of the French Army Returning to the Fatherland in June 1813
Progression of Napoleon’s Life
Napoleon Is Unable to Digest Leipzig
"The Exorcism": Ridding France of the Devil Napoleon
"The Little Cartesian Devil": German Peasants Capturing the Little Devil Napoleon
Untitled: Napoleon Is Now Reduced to a Manageable Size!
"The Great Man"
"Celebrating Napoleon’s Birthday on the Island of St. Helena"
"The Great Heroism of the Nineteenth Century"
Charlotte Corday
A Positive View?
Image of the Attack of 20 June 1792
Louis XVI
Louis XVI and His Family (20 January 1793)
Louis XVI, King of France
The Queen Tries to Raise Louis XVI’s Spirits.
Son of Saint–Louis Going Up to Heaven . . .
Execution of Louis XVI, January 21, 1793, 10:22 in the morning
Marie Antoinette Memorialized
The Queen in Paris
Execution of Marie Antoinette (16 October 1793) at the Place de la Révolution
The Queen Exhausted
The Queen of Louis XVI King of France at the Guillotine, 16 October 1793
Summoning to Execution
10 August 1792
Attack on the Bastille
Jemmapes, 6 November 1792
Image of the King on Trial
Bonaparte in Jaffa
Rare Animals; or, the Transfer of the Royal Family from the Tuileries to the Temple. Champfleury, 1792
Battle For and Taking of Ratisbon, April 23, 1809
Retreat from Russia
The Day after Waterloo
Napoleon as a Roman on a Chariot of Victory
A Grateful France Proclaims Napoleon the First Emperor of the French
Meeting of the Emperors at Tilsit
Return from the Island of Elba
The Emperor and the Imperial Guard on the Island of Elba
Congress of Vienna
The Death of Napoleon on St. Helena
Sire, They Are My Sons and My Wife
Statue of Lafayette—Le Puy
A Ship Named after Lafayette
Mr. de Lafayette, Commander of the Paris National Guard, Receives the City’s 'Sword for the Defense of Liberty'
Louis XVI, King of the French, born 23 August 1754.
Washington and Lafayette in color (lithograph, n.d., ca. 1928)
Louis XVI, King of France, born 23 August 1754, beheaded 21 January 1793
Marie Antoinette Josephe Jeanne de Lorraine
The King Returns to Paris
United States of America––New York––Solemn Inauguration of the Statue of Liberty
Image of the King at the Festival of Federation
Last Meeting of Louis XVI with His Family at the Temple Prison
People under the Old Regime
March of the Powers Allied against France
The Counterrevolution
Monks Learning to Exercise.
The Crushed Aristocracy
Slaves and Free Blacks in Saint Domingue
The Indigo Plant Farm
The Sugar Mill
The Barnyard
Toussaint L’Ouverture
Revenge taken by the Black Army for the Cruelties practised on them by the French
The Mode of exterminating the Black Army as practised by the French
The Mode of training Blood Hounds in St. Domingo, and of exercising them by Chasseurs
Execrable Human Traffick, or The Affectionate Slaves
Arrival of the Royal Family in Paris on 6 October 1789
Triumph of the Parisian Army and the People
Fleeing by Design or the Perjurer Louis XVI
Foundation of the Republic, August 10, 1792
Moreau, "On the Origins of the French Monarchy"
Bossuet, "The Nature and Properties of Royal Authority"
The Coronation of Louis XVI from the Gazette of France (1775)
The "Session of the Scourging" (3 March 1766)
Lamoignon, "The Principles of the French Monarchy" (1787)
"Letter from a Gentleman in Paris to His Friend in London" (1757)
Letter from a Patriot Claiming to Prove Damiens Had Accomplices
Damiens’s Testimony to Parlement
Decree of the Parlement of Paris against Robert–François Damiens
The Sentence against Damiens (1757)
Remonstrance by the Parlement against the Denial of Sacraments in Orléans
Remonstrance on the Refusal of Sacraments (1751)
Remonstrance by the Parlement against the Denial of Sacraments in Paris (1753)
Parlementary Remonstrance against the Third "Twentieth" Tax
Parlementary Remonstrance against Reforms of Royal Debts
Legislation and Public Police Powers (1753)
Remonstrance of Court of Aides (1775)
Remonstrances of Parlement of Paris against Turgot’s Six Edicts (1776)
Parlement of Brittany
Turgot, "Letter to the King on Finance" (1774)
Voltaire, "Internal Government" (1756)
Moreau, "Principles of Monarchy" (1773)
Turgot, "Memorandum on Local Government" (1775)
Necker, "Account to the King" (1781)
Vergennes, "Memorandum against Necker" (1781)
Calonne, "Programs of Reform," Address to Assembly of Notables (1787)
Linguet, "Attack on the Nobility" from Annales politiques (1789)
Fictional Attack by "Terray" on Turgot (1781[?])
Anecdotes on the Countess du Barry (1775)
Historical Essays on the Life of Marie–Antoinette, of Austria (1783)
"Memorandum to Her Majesty the Queen Concerning the Diamond Necklace Affair" (1786)
Curious Proposal of the Women of the Maubert Marketplace (1785)
The Magna Carta
The Petition of Right
The Bill of Rights, 1689
John Locke, "Of Political or Civil Society"
Declaration of Independence, 1776
Virginia’s Declaration of Rights (1776)
Montesquieu’s The Persian Letters (1721)
Voltaire, "On the Church of England"
Voltaire, Selections from the Philosophical Dictionary
Montesquieu, "The Spirit of the Laws"
Rousseau’s The Social Contract
Edict of Toleration, November 1787
Zalkind–Hourwitz, Vindication of the Jews (1789)
Antislavery Agitation: Abbé Raynal, Philosophical and Political History of the Settlements and Trade of the Europeans in the East and West Indies (1770)
Petition of Women of the Third Estate to the King (1 January 1789)
Sieyès, "What Is the Third Estate?" (1789)
Decree of the National Assembly Abolishing the Feudal System, 11 August 1789
Thouret, "Report on the Basis of Political Eligibility" (29 September 1789)
Robespierre, "Speech Denouncing the New Conditions of Eligibility," 22 October 1789
Clermont–Tonnerre, "Speech on Religious Minorities and Questionable Professions" (23 December 1789)
Abbé Maury, "Speech," 23 December 1789
"Petition of the Jews of Paris, Alsace and Lorraine to the National Assembly" (28 January 1790)
"Admission of Jews to Rights of Citizenship," 27 September 1791
Motion Made by Vincent Ogé the Younger to the Assembly of Colonists, 1789
The Abolition of Negro Slavery or Means for Ameliorating Their Lot, 1789
Society of the Friends of Blacks, "Address to the National Assembly in Favor of the Abolition of the Slave Trade" (5 February 1790)
Decree of the National Convention of 4 February 1794, Abolishing Slavery in all the Colonies
Condorcet, "On the Admission of Women to the Rights of Citizenship," July 1790
Olympe de Gouges, The Declaration of the Rights of Woman (September 1791)
Discussion of Women’s Political Clubs and Their Suppression, 29–30 October 1793
Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, 26 August 1789
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen from the Constitution of the Year I (1793)
Declaration of Rights and Duties of Man and Citizen, Constitution of the Year III (1795)
Protests of the Third, Fourth, and Fifth Committees of the Assembly of Notables (1787)
Louis XVI’s Reply to the Parlement of Paris (1788)
Royal Decree Convoking the Estates–General and the Parlementary Response (1788)
The King Speaks to the "National Assembly": Royal Session of 23 June 1789
The Mayor of Paris on the Taking of the Bastille
View from the Top: the October Days
The King Seeks Foreign Assistance (20 November 1790)
The New World and the Old: An American at the Opening of the Estates–General (May 1789)
"The King of the Third Estate" (June 1789)
The October Days (1789)
Desmoulins: A Radical’s View of the Constitutional Monarch (May 1790)
Marat: The King Is a Friend of the People (29 December 1790 and 17 February 1791)
The King Flees Paris (20 June 1791)
The Flight to Varennes (21–23 June 1791)
Louis Apologizes (27 June 1791)
Louis Accepts the Constitution (14–25 September 1791)
Press Reports of the King’s Flight: Révolutions de Paris (25 June 1791) and Père Duchesne (1791)
Address of the Commune of Marseilles (27 June 1792)
Parisian Petitions to Dethrone the King (3 August 1792)
The Attack on the Tuileries (10 August 1792)
Saint–Just (13 November 1792)
Paine (21 November 1792)
Condorcet (3 December 1792)
Marat (3 December 1792)
Robespierre (3 December 1792)
Saint–Just’s Speech on the King’s Fate (27 December 1792)
Robespierre’s Second Speech (28 December 1792)
Execution of the King (21 January 1793)
"The Royal Orgy" (1789)
Description of the Royal Menagerie (1789)
Desmoulins Attacks the Queen (June 1791)
Marie Antoinette’s View of the Revolution (8 September 1791)
The Queen at the Opera (July 1792)
The Queen’s Defense (14 October 1793)
Execution of the Queen (16 October 1793)
The Code Noir (The Black Code)
Voodoo
The Coffee Planter of Saint Domingo (London, 1798)
Grievance List (September 1789)
Roster of Membership in the Society of Friends of Blacks, 1789
Viefville des Essars, On the Emancipation of the Negroes (1790)
Abbé Grégoire, "Memoir in Favor of the People of Color or Mixed–Race of Saint Domingue" (1789)
A Left–Wing Newspaper Links the Revolution to the Abolition of Slavery (September 1790)
A Left–Wing Newspaper Continues the Attack on Slavery (October 1790)
A Female Writer’s Response to the American Champion or a Well–Known Colonist
Barnave, "Speech for the Colonial Committee of the National Assembly" (8 March 1790)
Kersaint, "Discussion of Troubles in the Colonies" (28 March 1792)
Toussaint L’Ouverture in An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti
"La Chalotais" Affair
The Duke de Croy Describes the "Session of the Scourging" (3 March 1766)
Louis XV Asks the Parlements to Desist (1770)
Edict Creating "Superior Councils" (23 February 1771)
An Attempt at Conciliation: The Royal Address of 4 February 1790
Poverty Observed: Journal of a Country Priest
Poverty in Auvergne
Arthur Young Views the Countryside
Tension between Rich and Poor
The Saint–Marcel Neighborhood
Apprentices and Masters
A Bread Riot
Voltaire’s Understanding of Inequality
Montesquieu’s Attack on the Nobility
Beaumarchais’s Understandings of Inequality
The Traditional Order Defended
4 August Decrees
Abolition of Nobility
Cahiers—A Parish Cahier
Three Cahiers from Orléans
Le Chapelier Law
Beware the Wealthy Bourgeoisie
Populace Awake
Père Duchesne Idealizes the Sans–culottes
Babeuf’s Trial
Cahiers from Rural Districts: Attack on Seigneurial Dues
Proclamation of the Department of the Seine–et–Oise (9 March 1792)
The Réveillon Riot (28 April 1789)
Fears for the Bastille: A General’s Concern
Street Demonstrations of Support for Necker (12 July 1789)
Desmoulins on His Own Role
Parisian Riots on 14 July
A Conqueror of the Bastille Speaks
A Defender of the Bastille Explains His Role
Victims on Display
October Days: The Warning from the People
Stanislaus Maillard Describes the Women’s March
October Days: An Alternate View
October Days: Deposition of a Marcher
The Massacre of the Champ de Mars [Parade ground], in the Révolutions de Paris
Champ de Mars: Petitions of the Cordelier and Jacobin Clubs
The "Second Revolution" of 10 August 1792
The September Massacres
A British Observer of the September Massacres
Prudhomme’s Description of the Coup against the Girondins (31 May–2 June 1793)
The Eighth of Thermidor
The Ninth of Thermidor
The Eleventh of Thermidor
Clubs for the People
National Assembly Debate on Clubs (20 September 1791)
Rules of the Jacobins
Activities of the Jacobins
Women at the Jacobins
Police Report on a Session of the Cordeliers
Women at the Cordeliers
Proceedings of the Quinze–Vingts Section
Mercier, The New Paris: "Sections"
Marat’s Impeachment
Critics of Robespierre
Aristocratic Values
A Royal History
Fear of Aristocratic Politics
The Clergy as a Target: A Political Problem
Robespierre, "On Political Morality"
Decree against Profiteers
The Maximum
"Terror Is the Order of the Day"
The Law of Suspects
Women’s Activities during the Prairial Uprising
Military Suppression of Prairial
"The Padua Circular" (5 July 1791)
"The Declaration of Pillnitz"
The Assembly Complains to the King about the Émigrés
A Girondin View: Roland Calls on the King to Declare War
Mobilization for War (5 July 1792)
Europe 1789
The Vendée—Description of the Counterrevolution
Europe 1812
"Constitution of 1793"
Revolutionary Armies in the Provinces: Toulouse (September 1793)
Revolution Devours Its Own—Le Vieux Cordelier
The Père Duchesne Supports the Terror
The Calendar
Religion: The Cult of the Supreme Being
Europe 1815
Old Regime Provinces
The Law of 22 Prairial Year II (10 June 1794)
Debate on the Law of 22 Prairial
9 Thermidor: The Conspiracy against Robespierre
Execution of Robespierre
Napoleon in Italy 1796–97
Wars of Resistance 1793–95
Napoleon’s Egyptian Campaign—1798–99
War in the Netherlands—1792–94
Revolutionary France 1799
Dismantling the Terror: Parliamentarianism Reasserted
The Convention Is Weak
Constitution of the Year III (1795)
Bonaparte Saves the Day
"Letter to Fréron: Émigrés Return" by Thérèse Bouisson
Paris in Revolution
Puisaye to the Central Catholic Committee
Louis XVIII to Charette
The Gilded Youth
Rise of the Right Leading to the Coup of 18 Fructidor: Proclamation of 9 September 1797
Revival of the Mountain
Doctrine of Babeuf
Circular on Elections
Brumaire: Bonaparte’s Justification
The Council of Five–Hundred Concurs
Culture: Weights and Measures
Primary Schools
Diary of a Woman at Fifty
Louis as a Drunkard
The Pathos of Death
Louis Leaves His Family
Article from the Encyclopedia: "Woman"
Jean–Jacques Rousseau, Emile (1762)
Madame de Beaumer, Editorial, Journal des Dames (March 1762)
"Petition of Women of the Third Estate to the King" (1 January 1789)
Stanislas Maillard describes the Women’s March to Versailles (5 October 1789)
Women Testify Concerning Their Participation in the October Days (1789)
Etta Palm D’Aelders, "Discourse on the Injustice of the Laws in Favor of Men, at the Expense of Women" (30 December 1790)
Olympe de Gouges, The Declaration of the Rights of Woman (September 1791)
Women’s Participation in Riots over the Price of Sugar, February 1792
A Deputation of Women Citizens Demands Action on Food Prices (24 February 1793)
Police Reports on Disturbances over Food Supplies (February 1793)
Regulations of the Society of Revolutionary Republican Women (9 July 1793)
Account of a Session of the Society of Revolutionary Republican Women
Prudhomme, "On the Influence of the Revolution on Women" (12 February 1791)
Discussion of Citizenship under the Proposed New Constitution (29 April 1793)
Citoyenne Lacombe’s "Report to the Society of Revolutionary Republican Women Concerning What Took Place 16 September at the Jacobin Club"
Discussion of Women’s Political Clubs—Amar
The Trial of Olympe de Gouges
Chaumette, Speech at City Hall Denouncing Women’s Political Activism (17 November 1793)
How a Mother Survives
An Ordinary Woman Faces Prison for her Comments
Police Reports on Women’s Discontent (Spring 1795)
Denunciation of a Woman Participant in the Uprising of May 1795
Interrogation of a Suspected Rioter (June 1795)
Constance Pipelet, Review of a Book by Théremin, On the Condition of Women in a Republic
Ex–Nobles Targeted in the Press—Military Nobility
Siege and Taking of the City of Lyon
Day of Saint–Cloud, 18 Brumaire, an 8 (9 November 1799)
Demographics of Saint Domingue
Napoleon as an Ambitious Young General in 1796–97
Napoleon’s Own Account of His Coup d’Etat (10 November 1799)
Making Peace with the Catholic Church, 1801–2
Napoleon’s Personal Feelings about Religion
Oath as Consul for Life (4 August 1802)
Napoleon’s Reasons for Making Himself Emperor (December 1804)
The French Civil Code (1804)
Winning over the Nobles
The Glitter of the Imperial Court
Abstention Rate in Napoleonic Plebiscites
An Ordinary Soldier’s Account (1806)
The Confederation of the Rhine and the Dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire (1 August 1806)
The Prussian Reform Edict (9 October 1807)
The Continental System (1806)
An Ordinary British Soldier Recounts the Portuguese Campaign (1810)
Another Firsthand View of the Fighting in Portugal
The Burning of Moscow as Seen by One of Napoleon’s Generals
The Effect of the Russian Winter Described by a General
The Russian Campaign as Seen by an Ordinary Soldier
The Russian Campaign as Seen by a Female Russian Soldier
"The Song of the End": the Whole World Now Chases Him
The Battle of Waterloo as Recounted by one of Napoleon’s Personal Aides (June 1815)
The Battle of Waterloo as Seen by an Ordinary British Cavalryman
Germaine de Staël, a French Writer Exiled by Napoleon
The View of the London Times (5 July 1821)
A Popular English Broadside (1821)
A Poem by Victor Hugo (1830)
Woman with a Basket in Front of a Door to the Prison
Report by the Jacobin Society of Besançon on Refractory Priests
Letter from Rabaut de Saint–Étienne to the Minister of the Interior (27 February 1791)
Royalists Desecrate the Revolutionary Cockade (3 October 1789)
The Revolutionary Tribunal’s Use of the Guillotine
Marat Attacks the Nobility
Manifesto of the Enragés
Attack on Seigneurial Dues
Mazzini on Revolutionary Nationalism
Peter Kropotkin on the Need for Individual Action
Leon Trotsky, The Permanent Revolution
Antonio Gramsci: Selections from The Prison Notebooks
Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France
Kant, The Contest of Faculties
Historical, Political, and Moral Essay on Revolutions, Ancient and Modern
The Philosophy of History
The Pennsylvania Gazette: Magnitude of the Insurrection (12 October 1791)
Saint Domingue: Some Geography
The Slaves from Africa
Saint Domingue: The Freedmen
That Seductive Mulatto Woman
The Maroons
The Pennsylvania Gazette: Blame Now Falls (16 May 1792)
The Pennsylvania Gazette: White Refugees (17 July 1793)
The Pennsylvania Gazette: Free blacks and mulattos flee (4 December 1793)
The Pennsylvania Gazette: Unrest Continues (28 September 1796)
The Pennsylvania Gazette: U.S. Vigilance (13 December 1797)
Rights of Man
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
Karl Marx: The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte
Frederick Engels: Socialism, Utopic and Scientific
Sun Yat–Sen, The Three Principles of the People
Ho Chi Minh, Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Viet–Nam
Balzac’s The Chouans
France, The Gods Are Athirst
Dickens, Tale of Two Cities
Hugo, Ninety–Three
John Stuart Mill on the French Revolution
Charles Fourier on the Revolution
Alexis de Tocqueville on the French Revolution
A Positive American View
Thomas Jefferson on the French Revolution
Alexander Hamilton on the French Revolution
Charles Maurras on the French Revolution
Hippolyte Taine on the French Revolution
Provincial Painting—Minatures
Guyomar, "The Partisan of Political Equality between Individuals" (April 1793)
Damiens Being Broken on the Wheel
Discontent Spreads from An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti
A Divided Elite from An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti
Declaration of the Independence of the Blacks of St. Domingo
Ogé’s Rebellion in An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti
The Revolt from An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti
The French Return from An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti
Letter from Monseron de l’Aunay to the Marquis de Condorcet, President of the Society of Friends of the Blacks (24 December 1789)
Problems in Governing Egypt
Egyptian Misery Shatters French Hopes
Bonaparte and Islam
In Search of Glory: Bonaparte’s Bulletins
Te Deum for the Federation of July 14, 1790 at the Champ de Mars
Song of the Marseillaise of the Federation of 10 August, Year II
Hymn of 21 January
Hymn of 9 Thermidor
Hymn for the Festival of Marriage
Song for the Festival of Old Age
Funeral Hymn for General Hoche
Patriotic Song on the Unveiling of the Busts of Marat and Le Pelletier (1793)
Oh Richard, Oh, My King!
It’ll Be Okay
The Carmagnole
The Marseillaise (War Song for the Army of theRhine)
The Alarm of the People
De Maistre, Considerations on France
Le Bon, The Psychology of Revolution
Women's Petition to the National Assembly
A Woman’s Cahier
The Death of Marat
The Tennis Court Oath at Versailles by Jacques–Louis David
Benjamin Constant, Leader of French Liberal Opposition to Napoleon
Haiti during the Revolution
The Moscow Campaign 1812
Departments of 1798
New Square of the Bastille
The Fourth Incident of October 5, 1789
A Memorable Day at Versailles
French Democrats surprizing the Royal Runaways. Published June 27, 1791
Place Vendôme, The Greatest of Despots Overthrown by Freedom
September 2 and 3, 1792
The Execution of Louis XVI
Live Free or Die
Parisian Fishwives
Inside a Revolutionary Committee
French Liberty. British Slavery. Published December 21, 1792.
Punishment of Foulon at the Place de Grève, July 23, 1789
Pillage of the St. Lazare House, Monday July 13, 1789
The Journée of 13 Vendémaire, Year 4, The St. Roch Church, Honoré Street
The Bastille Early in Its Demolition
Seizure of the Bastille, July 14, 1789
The Heroine Milhier
Bertier de Sauvignon, Intendant of Paris, Is Led to His Punishment
The Triumphant Return of the French Heroines from Versailles to Paris, October 6, 1789
Face of a 1789 Vivre Libre ou Mourir medal commemorating the Fall of the Bastille
Reverse of a 1789 Vivre Libre ou Mourir medal commemorating the Fall of the Bastille
Michel Hennin's line drawing of a 1789 Vivre Libre ou Mourir medal commemorating the Fall of the Bastille
Face of the Monneron Brothers' Vivre Llbre ou Mourir 1792 medal
Medal for Trust: 55 sols reimbursable in Assignats of 50 ET and up. Year IV of Liberty. Monneron Brothers, Parisian Negoicians, 1792.
FRONT: Commemoration of the first Bastille Day. BACK: Medal for Trust: 55 sols reimbursable in Assignats of 50 ET and up. Year IV of Liberty. Monneron Brothers, Parisian Negoicians, 1792