As of late, the University of Alabama Library system has been working on a thematically diverse set of digital collections. Currently, their collection includes papers from wealthy planters, University of Alabama history, and this fine mix of over 170 pamphlets from the French Revolution. The pamphlets were used to "spread the word of revolution", and they are taken from the W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library's Rare Books Collection. The pamphlets include writings by many of the well-known participants, including Desmoulins, Danton, and of course, Robespierre. Visitors can choose to browse through the collection at their leisure, or they may also wish to perform a more detailed search for specific items of interest. It is worth noting that the pamphlets are in French only.


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