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  • Tennis court oath is where the assembly was created.

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  • 1. La Révolution française Start 1799 November 15 th Price ¢5
  • 2. Main Page Natioinal Constituent Assembly Timeline
    • Representatives of the 3 rd Estate declared themselves the National Constituent Assembly of France
    • 3. “ The Tennis Court Oath” (June 20)
    • 4. Necker proposed royal budget (July 11)
    • 5. Storming of the Bastille (July 14)
    • 6. Selling Church land and revoking Church Rights
    • 7. Writing a constitution
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  • 8. Main Page ` Timeline Before 1789 1789 1790 1791 1792 1793 1794 1795 1796 1797 1798 1799 National Constituent Assembly Legislative Assembly National Convention Directory
  • 9. Legeslative Assembly Main Page Timeline
    • France vs Austria + Prussia (April 20 th 1972)
    • 10. Legislative Assembly Established (October 1 st 1791)
    • 11. Attack on Tuileries (August 10 th 1792)
    • 12. September Massacres
    • 13. Battle of Valmy (September 20 th 1792)
    • 14. France is declared a republic (September 21 st 1792)
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  • 15. National Convention Main Page Timeline
    • Prussia vows revenge
    • 16. King execution (January 21 1793)
    • 17. Jacobins vs. Girondes
    • 18. Jean-Paul Marat
    • 19. Reign of Terror
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  • 20. Directory Timeline Main Page
    • Jacobin internal fights
    • 21. Maximilien Robespierre murders other Jacobins
    • 22. Robespierre's opposition execute him (July 28 1794)
    • 23. Directory gain power and begin meetings (1795)
    • 24. Revolution ends
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  • 25. Source Next Main Page
  • 26. Source Next s Previous Main Page
  • 27. Main Page Previous Source Next
  • 28. Previous Source Main Page
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  • 30. Congrats, You Found The Easter Egg! :) Main Page
  • 31. Main Page ` Timeline Before 1789 1789 1790 1791 1792 1793 1794 1795 1796 1797 1798 1799 National Constituent Assembly Legislative Assembly National Convention Directory
  • 32. Conclusion Works Sited
  • 33. National Assembly
    • The Estates - together, or seperately ?
    • 34. The people wanted rights
    • 35. End bad economy
    • 36. 1 st Estate: Church
    • 37. 2 nd Estate: Royalty
    • 38. 3 rd Estate: The People
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  • 39. Legislative Assembly
    • King wanted power and control
    • 40. People, and peasants wanted change
    • 41. Legislative Assembly members are disagreeing with eachother
    • 42. Parisians fear invaders
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  • 43. National Convention
    • Jacobins were trying to push the revolution forward
    • 44. The King, before death, was trying to end the revolution
    • 45. People were in fear
    • 46. Girondes wanted power
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  • 47. Directory
    • The People are happy
    • 48. The Directory faces many important decisions
    • 49. The Revolution is over
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  • 50. Works Cited "French Revolution." The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2008. Encyclopedia.com. 6 Apr. 2010 Wikipedia contributors. "French Revolution." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 1 Apr. 2010. Web. 7 Apr. 2010. Blaufarb, Rafe. "French Revolution." World Book Advanced. World Book, 2010. Web. 7 April 2010.