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Paris, Capital of the 19th Century
The web site is designed to give a visual tool to complement their study of history, art and literature of Paris in the 19th century.
Gallica Bibliothèque Numérique
It offers full text documents, inclduing periodicals, manuscripts, sound recordings, images, scores, etc.
MEMO - Le Site de l'Histoire
MEMO (created in 1998) is a free site providing access to a rich array of “cultural voyages” relating to French and European historical heritage. It is extremely rich in contents, including encyclopedic information as well as thousands of historical and cultural “dossiers” created by researchers, historians, and university faculty
ABU: La Bibliothèque Universelle
ABU is a digital library of French texts in public domain. Currently it includes 288 texts by 101 authors.