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ESTATES GENERAL/ TENNIS COURT OATH MAY/ JUNE 1789 The members of the French Estates- General of the Third Estate began to call themselves the National Assembly. They took an oath to not break up until a new French constitution was made.
THE STORMING OF THE BASTILLE, JULY 14, 1789 The people had been suffering of food shortages and the weight of taxes used to pay King Louis XVI out of debt. Therefore, they stormed in.
THE DECREE ABOLISHING THE FEUDAL SYSTEM, AUGUST 4, 1789 The National Assembly abolished the feudal system completely. It abolished the rights of the first and second estates, making it easier on the third estate.
THE DECLARATIONOF THE RIGHTS OF MAN AND CITIZEN, AUGUST 27, 1789 The declaration of rights of man and citizen was approved by the National Assembly of France. Some articles states that men are born and remain free with equal rights and no man should be judged for his opinions or religion.
THE WOMEN'S MARCH ON VERSAILLES October 5th-6th, 1789, a mob of nearly 7,000 women marched from Paris to Versailles. Chopping off the King's guard's heads forcing the King and his family to leave and move to Paris.
THE CONSTITUTION OF 1791, SEPTEMBER 3, 1791 The mothers, daughters, sisters and females of the nation had asked to be constituted as a national assembly. This gave women the same rights as men. Also, any women declared guilty will be exercised by the law.
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