The Abolition of Feudalism: Peasants, Lords, and Legislators in the French Revolution

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LIST OF FIGURES AND MAPS
Fig. 6.1 Insurrectionary Events by Month271
6.2 (a) Incidence of Rural Insurrection by Date276
6.2 (b) Incidence of Rural Insurrection by Date277
6.2 (c) Incidence of Rural Insurrection by Date278
6.2 (d) Incidence of Rural Insurrection by Date279
6.3 (a) Proportions of Rural Insurrection by Date283
6.3 (b) Proportions of Rural Insurrection by Date284
6.3 (c) Proportions of Rural Insurrection by Date285
6.3 (d) Proportions of Rural Insurrection by Date286
6.4 Insurrectionary Events (by month) with Major Components of Peaks Indicated300
6.5 Daily Incidence of Insurrection: July-August 1789301
6.6 (a) Peak Periods of Insurrection302
6.6 (b) Peak Periods of Insurrection303
6.6 (c) Peak Periods of Insurrection304
6.6 (d) Peak Periods of Insurrection305
6.7 Insurrectionary Events ( 1661-1789) by Day of Week307
6.8 Insurrectionary Events ( 1788-1793) by Day of Week312
6.9 (a) Types of Insurrectionary Events by Day of Week315
6.9 (b) Types of Insurrectionary Events by Day of Week316
6.9 (c) Types of Insurrectionary Events by Day of Week317
6.9 (d) Types of Insurrectionary Events by Day of Week318
6.10 Mean Actions per Event, June 1788-June 1793323
6.11 Insurrectionary Events by Month325
6.12 (a) Monthly Proportions of Insurrections, 1789-1792328
6.12 (b) Monthly Proportions of Insurrections, 1789-1792329
6.13 Monthly Proportions of Insurrections, 1788 and 1793330
8.1 Bailliages with Insurrections, July-August 1789437
8.2 Land Conflict with Feudal Aspect483
8.3 Intracommunal Land Conflict484
8.4 Timing of Major Legislative Initiatives on Seigneurial
Regime, Tithe and Access to Land, and of Insurrections
over Those Issues488
8.5 Religious Events: Violence Against Persons507

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