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The French Revolution and Napoleon Collection at Florida State University holds over 20,000 rare titles from this period alongside numerous manuscript and record collections. It was established in the early 1960s as the Department of History expanded its offerings in that particular period of history by establishing the Institute on Napoleon & the French Revolution. Florida State University, through the Department of History and the Institute, provides the only graduate program in the United States devoted to the historical study of this time period.
- Title: French Revolution Collection on Camille Desmoulins, Lucile Duplesis, and Arthur Dillon, 1702-1876
- Description: This collection focuses on the French Revolutionary period in France. It includes the Cahier Rouge by Lucile Duplessis Desmoulins (wife of Camille Desmoulins, undated); a manuscript letter from General Arthur Dillon to Camille Desmoulins (1793); a small collection relating to General Arthur Dillon's...
- Title: Le Moniteur universel
- Description: Founded in Paris in 1789 by Charles-Joseph Panckoucke under the title Gazette Nationale, ou Le Moniteur Universel, this publication was the main French newspaper during the French Revolution and was the long time official journal for the French government. In designing his newspape...
- Abstract/Description: 799-1869 (except July 8, 1814-Feb. 1, 1855) as the official government journal. Title varies: 1789-Dec. 30, 1810, Gazette nationale; ou, Le Moniteur universel.