Timeline 18.1, 18.2 & 18.3 By emmahorner 1614 Estates General's last meet The last time that the Estates General had met because the French kings were so powerful Period: 1614 to 1788 The very beginning Period: 1743 to 1793 Jean- Paul Marat Period: 1758 to 1794 Maximillien Robespierre 1769 Birth Napoleon was born on an island named corsica 1787 The bad harvests The were no good crops for farmers to make money 1788 Money problems slowdown in manufacturing led to food shortages, rising prices for food, and unemployment. 1789 Robespierre's Speach Maximilien Robespierre stated his views on Property requirements for holding office voting Period: 1789 to 1799 The French Revolution Jun 17, 1789 Third Estate Third Estate boldly declared that it was the National Assembly and would draft a constitution Jun 20, 1789 The Oath of Tennis Court A vow that says not to separate and to reassemble wherever require, until the Constitution of the kingdom is established" Jun 20, 1789 Deputies Arrive The deputies arrive at their meeting place, only to find the doors had been locked Jul 14, 1789 Protest 900 parisians gathered in the courtyard of the Bastille Aug 4, 1789 Abolishment of legal privileges The National Assembly decided to abolish all legal privileges of the nobles and clergy. Aug 26, 1789 Declaration of the Rights of the Men and the Citizen The National Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Men and the Citizen. It was inspired by the English Bill of Rights of 1689, and by the American Declaration of Independence Oct 5, 1789 Protest thousands of Partisan women marched to the Versatiles Oct 6, 1789 The return The king and his family returned to Paris Jan 1, 1790 The political clubs citizens formed political clubs of varying social and political views 1791 The rights of man The National Assembly affirmed the "rights of man" and set up a limited monarchy in the Constitution of 1791 1791 A new Constitution A new Constitution of 1791 set up a limited monarchy 1791 Ancien Regime The ancient regime had been destroyed but the new government did not have universal support 1791 Royal flee The royal family attempted to flee France in disguised 1792 Paris make a Decision Paris radicals again decided the fate of the revolution 1792 Monarchy Ends The Monarchy was over 1792 The newly elected newly elected National Convention began meeting 1792 New Captain Napoleon becomes the new captain Sep 21, 1792 National Convection's first major step to abolish the monarchy and establish a republic, the French Republic Sep 22, 1792 Changes the first day of the French Republic, and the autumnal equinox 1793 Society for Revolutionary Republican Women in Paris two women founded the Society for Revolutionary Republican Women in Paris 1793 The ceremony A public ceremony dedicated to the worship of reason was held in the former cathedral 1793 Execution Louis XVI executed after a 380 to a 310 vote 1793 Resoration European monarchs rally troops to restore French Monarchy 1793 Revolts revolts begin in western France; counterrevolutionaries executed; anti-Catholic laws passed 1793 the calendar The Revolutionary calendar is introduced 1793 Lyon citizens executed 1,880 citizens of Lyon executed as examples to enemies of the revolutions 1793 King Louis XVI King Louis XVI executed; reign of terror starts Period: 1793 to 1794 Committee of Public Safety The Committee of Public Safety took control of the government Jan 21, 1793 The popular print A popular print by Faucher-Gudin depicts Louis XVI's execution 1794 Legislative Assembly The Legislative Assembly decided the strike first, declaring was on Austria in the Spring of 1794 1794 protests angry citizens demonstrated to protest food shortages and defeats in the war 1794 The army The French government had raised a huge army that had over 1 million solders 1794 Political Morality Robespierre addresses On Political Morality to the convention stating that a combination of virtue and terror would save the republic from it's enemies 1794 The Law of 22 Prairial Law of 22 Prairial gives Robespierre more power; French army ends threat of foreign invasion 1794 Robespierre'e Execution Committee of Public Safety order Robespierre's execution. 1794 Law of 22 Prairial repealed Law of 22 Prairial repealed; release of prisoners begin 1794 The win The French had largely defeated their foreign foes 1794 Law of 22 Prairial was passed The Law of 22 Prairial was passed 1795 Constitution of 1795 Constitution of 1795 set up to Legislative houses Period: 1795 to 1799 The Directory The Directory was mainly known for corruption May 20, 1795 the head an angry mob in the Convention hacked the head off deputy Feraud and presented it to the chairman Boissy d'Anglas, who saluted the head 1796 New Commander Napoleon becomes the new commander of the french armies in Italy 1797 the hero Napoleon returns to France as the hero May 5, 1798 Estates General Meeting Louis XIV called a meeting of the Estates- General at Versailles 1799 Napoleon Bonaparte the successful and popular general Napoleon Bonaparte toppled the directory in a coup d'état 1799 Napolean Napoleon leads coup d'état that topples French government 1799 the End the French Revolution came to an end when Napoleon came to power 1799 the win British had defeated the french naval forces supporting Napoleons Army in egypt 1799 the coup d'état overthrow of the government 1801 agreement napoleon came to agreement with the people 1802 the new consul Napoleon was made the new consul for life.two years later he crowned himself Emperor 1810 independence movement Hidalgo leads Mexican independence movement 1812 the invasion Napoleon invades Russia 1812 the downfall Napoleons downfall began when he decided to invade russia 1813 Starvation thousands of soldiers starved 1813 the capture Paris was captured 1815 Battle of Waterloo Napoleon defeated at the battle of Waterloo Mar 20, 1815 the arrival Napoleon enters Paris in triumph Jun 18, 1815 the defeat Napoleon was defeated under the Duke of Wellington 1893 the draft Committee of Public Safety issues a levee en masse, drafting men into the army 1963 I have a dream the "I have a dream"speech was delivered by MLK Jr.