Historical Dictionary of the French Second Empire, 1852-1870

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Contributors
Julian Archer, Drake University, Iowa
Eric A. Arnold Jr., University of Denver
Nancy Nichols Barker, University of Texas at Austin
Leland C. Barrows, University of Constantine, Algeria
James A. Bising, County College of Morris, New Jersey
James R. Bloomfield, Thiel College, Pennsylvania
Marvin L. Brown Jr., North Carolina State University at Raleigh (emeritus)
Robert F. Brown, Sonoma State University, California
Stuart L. Campbell, Alfred University, New York
Robert B. Carlisle, Saint Lawrence University, New York
Lynn M. Case, University of Pennsylvania (emeritus)
Joel S. Cleland, Lander College, South Carolina
Jeffrey Cooper, Ph.D., Cornell University, New York
Raymond L. Cummings, Villanova University, Pennsylvania
William E. Duvall, Willamette University, Oregon
Christopher English, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Martin Fichman, Glendon College of York University, Toronto
Willard Allen Fletcher, University of Delaware
Charles E. Freedeman, State University of New York at Binghamton
Beverley Giblon, York University, Toronto
Patrick J. Harrigan, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Robert L. Hoffman, State University of New York at Albany
Natalie Isser, The Pennsylvania State University at Ogontz
Leo A. Loubère, State University of New York at Buffalo
Paul E. Michelson, Huntington College, Indiana
Barrie M. Ratcliffe, Université Laval, Quebec
Ann Pottinger Saab, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Ivan Scott, University of Toledo, Ohio
Winyss A. Shepard, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
George J. Sheridan Jr., University of Oregon
Mark W. Sholofsky, Villanova University, Pennsylvania
Dolorès A. Signori, University of Toronto

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Historical Dictionaries of French History ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contributors vii
  • Preface ix
  • Abbreviations of Journals in References xv
  • The Dictionary 1
  • A 3
  • B 27
  • C 67
  • D 161
  • E 205
  • F 220
  • G 253
  • H 280
  • I 298
  • J 320
  • K 324
  • L 325
  • M 370
  • N 423
  • O 439
  • P 459
  • Q 531
  • R 534
  • S 585
  • T 643
  • U 673
  • V 676
  • W 700
  • Z 707
  • Chronology of the French Second Empire 711
  • Index 777
  • About the Editor 831
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