A Social History of Nineteenth-Century France

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Notes and references

Chapter 1 The economy: continuity and change
1
F. Caron, An Economic History of Modern France (1979), p. 12.
2
J. C. Toutain, 'Les Transports en France', Economie et société (1967).
3
M. Lévy-Leboyer, 'Capital investment and economic growth in France, 1820-1930', Cambridge Economic History of Europe (1978), p. 252.
4
M. Morineau, Les Faux-semblants d'un démarrage économique: agriculture et démographie en France au 18e siècle (1970), p. 24.
5
J. C. Toutain, 'Le Produit de l'agriculture française de 1700 à 1958', Economie et société (1961), pp. 13-14; Caron, Economic History, p. 24.
6
Toutain, 'Produit', pp. 98-9.
7
M. Agulhon, G. Désert and R. Specklin, Histoire de la France rurale (1976), p. 241.
8
ibid., p. 37.
9
ibid., p 398; J. Lhomme, 'La Crise agricole à la fin du 19e siècle en France', Revue Economique (1970), pp. 527-8.
10
Caron, Economic History, p. 33.
11
M. Lévy-Leboyer, 'La croissance économique en France au XIXe siècle', Annales ESC (1968), p. 794.
12
Caron, Ecomomic History, p. 93.
13
H. D. Clout (ed. ), Themes in the Historical Geography of France (1977), p. 450.
14
Caron, Economic History, p. 137.
15
T. J. Markovitch, 'Le Revenu industriel et artisanal sous la Monarchie de Juillet et le Second Empire', Economie et société (1967), pp. 79-84.
16
Caron, Economic History. p. 163f.
17
J. Bouvier, F. Furet and M. Gillet, Le Mouvement du profit en France au XIXe siècle (1965), p. 270; Lévy-Leboyer, 'La croissance', p. 788; F. Crouzet, 'Encore la croissance économique française au 19e siècle', Revue du Nord (1972), p. 272.
18
Caron, Economic History, pp. 148-9.

Chapter 2 The demographic indicators
1
A. Armengaud, La Population française au XIXe siècle (1971), p. 115.
2
R. H. Hubscher, L'Agriculture et la société rurale dans le Pas-de-Calais du milieu du 19e siècle à 1914, Doctorat d'Etat, Université de Paris IV (1978), p. 1381.
3
A. Husson, Les Consommations de Paris (1856), p. 39.

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