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  1. Haiti: The Tumultuous History - From Pearl of the Caribbean to Broken Nation by Philippe Girard, 2010-09-14
  2. Haiti, History, and the Gods by Joan Dayan, 1998-03-10
  3. Hegel, Haiti, and Universal History (Pitt Illuminations) by Susan Buck-Morss, 2009-02-28
  4. Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789-1804: A Brief History with Documents (Bedford Series in History and Culture) by Laurent Dubois, John D. Garrigus, 2006-02-22
  5. Revolutions in the Atlantic World: A Comparative History by Wim Klooster, 2009-06-01
  6. Night Of Fire: The Black Napoleon And The Battle For Haiti by Martin Ros, 1994-02-22
  7. Haiti in Focus: A Guide to the People, Politics, and Culture (In Focus Guides) by Charles Arthur, 2002-01-18
  8. Paradise Lost: Haiti's Tumultuous Journey from Pearl of the Caribbean to Third World Hotspot by Philippe Girard, 2005-12-11
  9. An Unbroken Agony: Haiti, from Revolution to the Kidnapping of a President by Randall Robinson, 2008-05-06
  10. Encountering Revolution: Haiti and the Making of the Early Republic (Early America: History, Context, Culture) by Ashli White, 2010-02-26
  11. Before Haiti: Race and Citizenship in French Saint-Domingue (The Americas in the Early Modern Atlantic World) by John D. Garrigus, 2006-06-25
  12. Toussaint L'ouverture: The Fight for Haiti's Freedom by Walter Dean Myers, 1996-10-01
  13. Haiti, her history and her detractors by Jacques Nicolas Léger, 2010-08-26
  14. Song of Haiti by Barry Paris, 2006-11-01

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A short history of Haiti Presentday Haïti is inhabited by the Arawaks , when Christopher Columbus discovers the island in 1492.
A short history of Haiti
Arawaks , when Christopher Columbus discovers the island in 1492. The island is named Hispaniola and claimed as a Spanish colony. France captures the western part of the island in 1664 and establishes the colony of Saint-Domingue. When Spain recognizes this claim in 1697 with the Treaty of Rijswijk the island is divided in a French and a Spanish ( Santo Domingo) part. In 1791 Negro slaves begin a resistance against the French. Between 1795 and 1808 (independent) Saint-Domingue includes Santo Domingo, but Santo Domingo is reverted to Spain in 1808. Haitian news, views and analysis HOME ABOUT US CONTACT DONATE ... RADIO PROGRAM Welcome to the Family Lavalas Organization in New York News Haiti: First Black Republic; Freed in 1804 The Citadelle: One of the World's Great Wonders The U.S. Occupation and the Cacos Resistance (1915-1934) ... Haitian Soldiers Helped America Gain Their Independence in 1779 HAITIAN HISTORY Citadelle PRESIDENT ARISTIDE WAS KIDNAPPED

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Haitian Artwork.Com Search The " Haitian Yellow Pages " Home Free Business Listing Advertise with Us ... HAITI HISTORY Since the signing of the Treaty of Ryswick between the kingdoms of Spain and France in 1697, the island of Hispaniola ( Haiti ) has played host to two separate and distinct societies that we now know as the nations of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The French eventually proved the value of Caribbean colonization, in an economic as well as a maritime and strategic sense, by developing modern-day Haiti , then known as Saint-Domingue, into the most productive colony in the Western Hemisphere. Find more information about this period from The Haitian Embassy Haiti History - Haitian Revolution Saint-Domingue eventually was lost to a Slave Rebellion . This positive impulse, liberally leavened with hatred for the white men, who had seized them, shipped them like cargo across the ocean, tortured and abused them, and forced women into concubinage and men into arduous labor, impelled the

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The territory of the Haitian Republic comprises: a) The western part of the island of Haiti and the adjacent islands of La Gonâve, la Tortue, l'Ile à Vâche, les Cayemites, La Navase, la Grande Caye and the other islands of the Territorial Sea; b) It is bounded on the east by the Dominican Republic, on the north by the Atlantic Ocean, on the south and west by the Caribbean Sea or Sea of the Antilles; c) The air space over the land and sea of the Republic. National Anthem "La Dessalinienne" March on! For ancestors and country,
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HISTORY. The Spaniards used Hispaniola (of which Haiti is the western part and the Dominican Republic is the eastern) as a launching point to explore the
The Spaniards used Hispaniola (of which Haiti is the western part and the Dominican Republic is the eastern) as a launching point to explore the rest of the Western Hemisphere. French buccaneers later used the western third of the island as a point from which to harass English and Spanish ships. In 1697, Spain ceded the western third of Hispaniola to France. As piracy was gradually suppressed, some French adventurers became planters, making Saint-Domingueas the French portion of the island was then calledone of the richest colonies of the 18th century French empire. During this period, African slaves were brought to work the sugarcane and coffee plantations. In 1791, the slave populationled by Toussaint L'Ouverture, Jean Jacques Dessalines, and Henri Christopherevolted and gained control of the northern part of Saint-Domingue. In 1804, local forces defeated an army deployed by Napoleon Bonaparte, established independence from France, and renamed the area Haiti. The defeat of the French in Haiti is widely credited with contributing to Napoleon's decision to sell the Louisiana territory to the United States in 1804. Haiti is the world's oldest black republic and the second-oldest republic after the United States in the Western Hemisphere. Haitians actively assisted the American Revolution and independence movements of Latin American countries. Two separate regimes (north and south) emerged after independence but were unified in 1820. Two years later, Haiti conquered Santo Domingo, the eastern, Spanish-speaking portion of Hispaniola. In 1844, however, Santo Domingo broke away from Haiti and became the Dominican Republic. With 22 changes of government from 1843 until 1915, Haiti experienced numerous periods of intense political and economic disorder, prompting United States military intervention in 1915. U.S. military forces were withdrawn in 1934 at the request of the elected Government of Haiti.

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Freed blacks and mulattos joined with slaves against Napoleonic France to achieve the Caribbean 's first successful revolution for independence . The largely black nation remained isolated politically throughout the 19th century, though penetrated economically by international capitalism.
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From July 28 until mid-August Haiti was under the occupation of the U.S. Marine Corps , effectively making Haiti a colony in all but name. Efforts were made to improve Haiti 's infrastructure and education systems in particular, but because of the imposed nature of these reforms, with little regard for Haitian customs or traditions, these generally were not well-received or especially effective.
The Rise of Duvalier
A medical doctor, François Duvalier was not allowed to establish his own practice due to racist customs in Haiti (he was black). After securing employment with an American medical project that was fighting widespread tuberculosis, Duvalier had the opportunity to see the poverty that existed in the countryside. This fueled his interest in politics, and despite the fact that the Haitian government was predominantly mulatto, Duvalier was able to gain a following and joined forces with powerful union leader Daniel Fignole. Together they formed the popular

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The Spaniards used the island of Hispaniola also known as Haiti, Quisqueya, and Bohio (of which the Republic of Haiti occup.
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The Spaniards used the island of Hispaniola - also known as Haiti, Quisqueya, and Bohio (of which the Republic of Haiti occupies the western third and the Dominican Republic the remainder in the modern era) - as a base in the early 16th century from which to establish European domination of the so-called "New World". Top
Native extinction and colonial rule
Haiti's indigenous Arawak (or Ta­no ) population suffered near-extinction in the decades after Christopher Columbus 's arrival in , in possibly the worst case of the widespread depopulation which followed the first European contact with the Americas. The demographic collapse of the period has been attributed by many to genocide on the part of Haiti's Spanish conquerors. The Catholic priest and contempory historian Bartolome de Las Casas wrote in his multi-volume History of the Indies
There were 60,000 people living on this island [when I arrived in 1508], including the Indians; so that from 1494 to 1508, over three million people had perished from war, slavery and the mines. Who in future generations will believe this?
It is thought by many historians today that Las Casas's figures for the pre-contact levels of the Arawak population were an exaggeration and that a figure of slightly over a million original inhabitants is more likely, though others have argued for figures of up to eight million.

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are HAITI history thankful, also, for your reproving the prevailing sins of the times, viz.: Superstition, adultery, drunkenness, slander, pride, disobedience to parents, hypocrisy in religion, sinful indulgences, etc., etc. We are very sorry that we are not composed of richer classes of people, who will cast in of their abundance to the treasury, as a donation for your services, but we HAITI history trust that of our penury, the little amount realized from us HAITI history and the generous public, will be received by HAITI history you as Christ received the HAITI history widow's two mites.
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