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Picture of a letter from Alexandre Petion

Picture of a letter from Alexandre Petion

This is a picture of a letter written by the Haitian hero Alexandre Petion.
During the colonization of Saint Domingue, there was a long racial and class tensions between gens de couleur and slaves Africans. Alexandre Petion belongs to the Mulato class and free blacks in Saint-Domingue

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Alexandre Petion for help provide to Simon Bolivar

Alexandre Petion for help provide to Simon Bolivar

This is a sign or Recognition of Venezuela to Alexandre Petion for help he provided to Simon Bolivar during his quest for independence.

Haiti, the second republic in the Americas and the first black independent nation in the world, began to help its neighbors in South America to gain liberty during Alexandre Petion presidency, Simon Bolivar came to Haiti to seek help for his struggle to liberate his country Venezuela from Spain

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Roland Berthold Posing With Haitian Born Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable

Roland Berthold Posing With Haitian Born Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable

Here is a picture of a great Haitian man, Jean-Baptiste Point Du Sable. As it is widely known, He is the founder of Chicago.

All we know about Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable is that he was born in the city of St Marc, Haiti, in 1745. and likely moved to New Orleans after his mother passed away. Thanks to his best friends Clemorgan, and Choctaw, he got involved in trading. With his intelligence, Du Sable was involved in negotiation between Indian tribes and counties such as Canada and the US. We learned that he later married Catherine. By 1776 Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable had a large fortune, including commercial buildings, docks, a mansion house and livestock

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Statue of Jorge (Georges) Biassou in St. Augustine

Statue of Jorge (Georges) Biassou in  St. Augustine

Here is a picture of the Haitian general Jorge (Georges) Biassou as it was officially approved by the authorities in St. Augustine to erect a life-size statue to honor him.

Jorge (Georges) Biassou was the highest ranking Spanish officer in St. Augustine during the 1700¬ĀŇ's. he was also one of the leaders in the Haitian revolution that eventually created the firest black nation in the new world

Statue of Jorge (Georges) Biassou arrived in St. Augustine in 1796 and became a decorated Spanish general.

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Daniel Fignolé and wife being exiled

Daniel Fignolé and wife being exiled

Here is a picture of Haitian politician Daniel Fignolé and his wife after a coup. They are in a process of being exiled. this picture shows that Daniel Fignolé and his wife are being followed by two Haitian military. They are in route for their exile

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Meet Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable, The Haitian Entrepreneur Who Founded Chicago

Meet Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable, The Haitian Entrepreneur Who Founded Chicago

Before the Chicago bears, Michael Jordan, Chicago Pizza, there was a Haitian wh started all that. Born in St marc, Haiti, Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable is widely known as the founder of the city of Chicago. He was born in the Haitian city of Saint Marc in 1776 as a free black man, then moved to the US at a young age. In Chicago, he settled along the Chicago river with friends. Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable met his wife Catherine there

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Bridge Dedicated To Haitian Born Jean-Baptist Point Du Sable

Bridge Dedicated To Haitian Born Jean-Baptist Point Du Sable

The Haitian born Jean-Baptist Point du Sable is considered to be the first permanent resident of Chicago, in United States. It was revealed that Point du Sable was living in the area of Michigan City. At one point, he was arrested by the British military on the suspicion that he was helping the Americans. This bridge was dedicated on his name

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Haiti the poorest country in the hemisphere by design - A Haitian history

Haiti the poorest country in the hemisphere by design - A Haitian history

Here is a picture representing the abuses that were taking place during Haiti colonization period.

The Haitian revolution revers the entire cource of the world, said Dr. Keita.

The complicity of Frence and the United States after Haiti fought for his independence.

This presentation will shine the light on so many aspects of the current world we are living in.

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