A Social History of Nineteenth-Century France

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Index
abortion 83, 214
accidents, industrial 211, 221
administration, local 115, 141, 181, 188
Affre, Mgr. 267
Agde (Hérault) 193
age structures 49, 69-70, 80-1, 83, 223
ageing, premature 64, 212
agricultural societies 99, 105
agriculture 5, 8-27; capital invested in 7-8, 11-12, 15, 19, 21, 24-5, 39, 153-4; commercialization of 8, 12, 15, 18-19, 24-5, 144-5, 151-2, 156-7, 173, 182-3, 185-7, 299, 322, 334; costs 14, 22, 24, 111, 148; demand for products 8-14, 27, 219; farm size 11, 14-15, 18, 77, 153, 156, 158-9; innovation 8-9, 11-12, 14-15, 19-25, 88-9, 99-101, 108-9, 150, 154, 157, 173; labour supply 11, 15, 22, 24-5, 90, 143, 158-61, 163, 166, 199-200, 213-14; land use 8, 10-27, 51, 96, 150-1, 170-1; prices 10-12, 14-15, 20-1, 23, 25-7, 145, 151-2, 155, 183, 185-6, 190, 192-3; production 9-14, 52; productivity 10, 15-17, 19, 21, 24-5, 51, 152, 161, 195; regional variations 9-12, 15-18, 20-3, 25-6; specialization 12, 19, 20, 22-3; techniques 12, 15, 18, 24; tenurial systems 11, 18-19, 147, 153-7
Agulhon, M. 188
Aisne (dépt) 20, 154
Aix-en-Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône) 103,338
Alais (Nord) 233
Albert 252
Albi (Tarn) 264, 269, 274
alcohol, consumption of 53-4, 64, 134
alcoholism 64, 69, 172, 216, 222, 224, 226, 241
Alès (Gard) 203
Allemand, J. 255
Allier (dépt) 79, 101, 156-7, 181, 189, 191-2, 194, 331, 335
Alpes-Basscs (dépt) 10, 98
Alpes-Hautes (dépt) 66
Alpes-Maritimes (dépt) 66
Alps (region) 53, 87-8, 145, 147, 150, 169, 185, 323, 331
Alsace (region) 38, 101, 104, 125, 144, 182, 186, 206, 212, 225, 234, 274-5, 350
American Civil War 30
Angers (Maine-et-Loire) 277, 338
Anjou (region) 193
anticlericalism 83, 107, 116, 176-7, 190, 266, 272-6, 278, 281-3, 286, 290-1, 293, 297, 299-307, 315-16, 324, 342
antisemitism 136, 186, 275, 283, 306, 317
Anzin (Nord) 82, 206, 212, 223, 230, 233, 235-6, 248, 253
Aoust, Marquise d' 100
apprenticeship 200, 241, 338-9
Aquitaine (region) 23, 26, 82
architects 126
Ardèche (dépt) 27, 91, 164, 189, 274, 314, 316
Ardennes (dépt) 24, 164
Argentan (Orne) 326
Ariège (dépt) 63, 160, 164, 185, 334
Armentières (Nord) 142, 206, 222-3
army 97-8, 106, 108, 124, 192-3, 249, 294, 359, 363-4
Arras (Pas-de-Calais) 192
arson 183
artisans 29, 32-4, 42, 87, 110, 129, 132-4, 138, 164, 170, 188-9, 195, 199-201, 203, 207, 209-10, 215, 217, 221, 223, 225, 233, 236-7, 239-43, 245-6, 248, 254-5, 335-6
Asnières (Seine) 57
Astros, Mgr. 276-7

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  • 1 - The Economy: Continuity and Change *
  • 2 - The Demographic Indicators *
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  • 3 - Elites *
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  • 5 - Peasants *
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