Haiti: Revolutionary War
1791 - 1803
of Some Important Dates concerning the Haitian Revolution
- Bob Corbett's Four-Part Essay on the Haitian Revolution:
- Bibliography of Works on The Haitian Revolution All of these
works are from my own library. I would like to hear about sources I am missing. This is an older
bibliography from 1991, so I may well have newer sources which are missing from my own list but
are in my library.
- Napoleon's Secret Instructions to General Leclerc. First English
translation of this important document.
- The History of Toussaint Louverture by M.D. Stephens, 1803
history of Toussaint's life.
- Toussaint L'Overature: A Biography and Autobiography by John Beard
An 1863 book on Toussaint. This is on the library site of the University of North Carolina
PAPA TOUSSAINT is On-line
- Toussaint Takes Spanish St. Domingo for France 1801 Newspaper story from U.S. paper
- The Last Days of Toussaint. John Bigelow's account of his visit to Fort de Joux and the death of Toussaint.
- The Bwa Caiman Service of August 1791.
Some discussion of whether or not this ceremony ever actually took place, and a laying to rest the view
that it was somehow a dedication of Haiti to evil spirits or the devil or Satan as some Christian missionaries have maintained.
- Corbett's Notes on Korngold's Book, CITIZEN TOUSSAINT
- Corbett's Notes for Paper on Napolean Plot Theory
- Notes on Jean Kina
- Notes on the Civil Commissions from France
- Notes on Toussaint Louverture
- Origins of the Term Maroon
POLAND'S CARIBBEAN TRAGEDY
- Simone De Beauvoir on the Haitian Revolution
- Some Notes from Waxman Book on Revolutions
- Some Notes on Andre Rigaud
- Notes on Stein's, LEGER FELICITE SONTHONAX
- The "White-Leader" Plot Theory of the Origin of the Revolution
- The Battle of Vertieres Goes On
1936 speech given by Louis Mercier urging Haitians to remember the meaning of Vertieres
- U.S. Presidents During the Early Years of Haiti
- What Factors Accounted for Haitian Victory?
- The Haitian Revolution: A Guide and
Bibliography A page created by Joanne Spadaro of University of Albany, SUNY.
- Wordsworth Sonnet to Toussaint L'ouverture
- Name change from St. Domingo (San Domingue) to Hayti
- History of Les Gens De Couleur Libre...The Free People of Color in New Orleans....today, known as Creoles
While this history is mainly about New orleans, it has interesting relations to the situation in San Domingue.
- Various book reviews which are relevant to the Haitian Revolution:
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