Bank of France
Confederation of the Rhine
Catherine the Great
Frederick the Great
The desire of the middle class members of the Third Estate to have a greater voice in government.
An inefficient and corrupt government controlled by the Second Estate aroused the anger of a mass of the French people.
The nobility of France sought to enhance their power.
The storming of Versailles
The development of artificial fertilizer
The development of a new breed of sheep
The extension of the open field system
End chaos and restore order so as to assure the survival of the Revolution.
Force the peasants to provide food for Paris.
Drive out foreign enemies.
Force the holdouts from the clergy to take the oath to the revolutionary constitution.
It gave all citizens the right to own land outright
It granted all citizens the right to equal treatment under the law and freedom of religion
Gave equal rights to illegitimate children
It deprived women of all property and juridical rights that had been granted during the Revolution and placed them under the absolute authority of their husbands
Occurred immediately after Napoleon's army returned from its failed attempt to conquer Russia.
Was a decisive victory for the Napoleonic army.
Ended the Napoleonic era.
Led to Napoleon's defeat at the hands of Admiral Nelson.
African slaves delivered to the Americas
Mexican silver delivered to Manila
Barbados rum sold to England
Manufactured goods sold to Africans
The forced march of slaves through central Africa from their homelands.
The ship voyage across the Atlantic in the cargo decks.
The public auction of slaves in the Caribbean.
The holding pens where African captives were held before sale to plantation owners.
The entrepreneurs who moved cloth production into the countryside.
The rural workers who did the spinning and weaving.
The merchant and traders who shipped woolen cloth outside the country.
The guild members who specialized in specific elements of cloth production such as weaving or dying.