Bibliographical Foundations of French Historical Studies

Bibliographical Foundations of French Historical Studies

by Lawrence J Mc Crank


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ISBN-13: 9780789060426
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/28/1992
Series: Primary Sources and Original Works Series
Pages: 255
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Contents Preface
  • I. Bibliographic Methods & French Historical Studies
  • Bibliographic Access to French Studies—A Revolution in Progress
  • Canada Looks at the French Revolutions: An Analysis of Canadian Imprints, 1889-1989
  • The French Revolution of the Library: The Trésor de la Langue Française
  • The French Revolution and the Cinema: Problems in Filmography
  • II. French Archives and Libraries: Historical Perspectives and Research Possibilities
  • Searching Pre-Revolutionary Archives in France: A Personal Experience
  • The Archives of Lyon: Challenges and Opportunities for the Study of Eighteenth-Century France
  • Respect des Fonds: The Origins of the Modern Archival Principle of Provenance
  • The Bibliographie Liegeoise: From Jansenism to Sansculottism in the Book Industry of Eighteenth-Century Liege
  • D'Eon's Books: The Library of an Eighteenth-Century Transsexual
  • III. Post-Revolution French Bibliographic Connections with the New World
  • Books and Culture in French Canada: The Library of the Institut-Canadien de Montreal, 1852-1880
  • The Trans-Canadian French Connection with the Pacific Northwest Frontier: Missionaries, Books, and the Media in Oregon, 1835-1855
  • French Period Archival Resources in the Lower Louisiana Territory
  • The Bordeaux Book Trade to the West Indies at the End of the “Ancien Regime”
  • IV. The French Revolution of Archives and Libraries: From Royal to National and From Private to Public Institutions
  • The National Library of France: Another Revolution?
  • V. Commentaries
  • France's New Library: What Does this Mean for American Researchers?
  • France's Archives: The Library's Counterpart
  • Use and Preservation: Concern for France's National Library
  • The Library of France: Old and New Revolutions
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included

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