The Black Jacobins: Toussaint Louverture and the San Domingo Revolution

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Dial Press, 1938 - Haiti - 328 pages

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User Review  - numbernine - LibraryThing

The Haitian Revolution is such a cool but complicated historical event. This is a nice narrative of it, fiery and impassioned. CLR is clearly an admirer of Toussaint's and hopes for Haiti to serve as ... Read full review

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A great book about a surprisingly little known chapter of history. The glorious beginning of what would become the long sad story of Haiti. Read full review

Contents

The Owners
18
The Rise of Toussaint
117
The Mulattoes Try and Fail
133

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