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Unformatted text preview: HIST 440-010, Historical Method Fall 2010, Dr. Guthrie FOOTNOTES REFERENTIAL FOOTNOTES Identification of Quotations The regional inspector of schools, for example, sent all teachers in the arrondissements of Narbonne and Limoux an order to “vote for M. Dabeaux” and requested that “you will also enlighten the voters of your commune as to their true interests.” 1 1 AN C 1340A, Academic inspector of the Aude in Montpellier to all teachers in the arrondissements of Narbonne and Limoux, December 1, 1860. General discussions of government manipulation of elections during the Second Empire are included in Raymond Huard, Le Suffrage universel en France, 1848-1946 (Paris: Seuil, 1991), pp. 76-86; Payne, Police State , pp. 162-67; Plessis, Rise and Fall , pp. 22-3; Price, The French Second Empire , pp. 99-104, 111-14; and idem., People and Politics , p. 241. Identification of Ideas or Information Inspired by what Pierre Goujon has termed “la tradition bleu” (an attachment to the fundamental liberties introduced during the French Revolution and a patriotic desire to eliminate all vestiges of the Ancien Regime in order to achieve a “glorious destiny” for France), these notables disliked many of the institutions and policies of the July Monarchy. 1 1 Pierre Goujon, Le Vigneron citoyen: Mâconnais et Chalonnais (1848-1914) (Paris: Gallimard, 1993), pp. 194-7 and Raymond Huard, La Préhistoire des partis: le mouvement républicaine en Bas-Languedoc, 1848-1881 (Paris: Presses universitaires français, 1982), pp. 52-7. Identification of Other Scholarly Work Many secondary studies agree that a large amount of migration into the region occurred during the Second Empire. Both Raymond Dugrand and Rémy Pech, for example, have noted that the period between 1851 and 1866 witnessed a veritable flood of immigrants into the city of Narbonne. 1 1 Raymond Dugrand, Villes et campagnes en Bas-Languedoc (Paris: Presses universitaires français , 1963), pp. 460-64 and Rémy Pech, Entreprise viticole et capitalisme en Languedoc-Roussillon (Toulouse: Presse de Université de Toulouse, 1975), pp. 107- 13. Also see Berger and Maurel, La Viticulture du Languedoc , pp. 135-38; Gérard Cholvy, “L’Époque contemporaine: mentalités et croyances,” in Civilisations populaires régionales: le Languedoc et le Roussillon (Le Coteau: Presse de vins, 1982), pp. 457-8; and (Le Coteau: Presse de vins, 1982), pp....
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