By Jeremy D. Popkin(auth.), Jurgen Buchenau(eds.)
This ebook deals scholars a concise and obviously written review of the occasions of the Haitian Revolution, from the slave rebellion within the French colony of Saint-Domingue in 1791 to the statement of Haiti’s independence in 1804.
- Draws at the most recent scholarship within the box in addition to the author’s unique research
- Offers a worthy source for these learning independence routine in Latin the US, the background of the Atlantic international, the heritage of the African diaspora, and the age of the yank and French revolutions
- Written via a professional on either the French and Haitian revolutions to provide a balanced view
- Presents a chronological, but thematic, account of the advanced old contexts that produced and formed the Haitian Revolution
Chapter 1 A Colonial Society in a innovative period (pages 10–34):
Chapter 2 The Uprisings, 1791–1793 (pages 35–61):
Chapter three Republican Emancipation in Saint?Domingue, 1793–1798 (pages 62–89):
Chapter four Toussaint Louverture in strength, 1798–1801 (pages 90–113):
Chapter five The fight for Independence, 1802–1806 (pages 114–140):
Chapter 6 Consolidating Independence in a adversarial international (pages 141–166):
Read Online or Download A Concise History of the Haitian Revolution PDF
Similar history_1 books
South coast New Guinea has lengthy been a spotlight of ethnographic awareness, with its diversified cultures, its acceptance for flamboyant sexual practices, and its traditions of headhunting. Dr. Knauft examines past ethnographic fabric to reanalyze the region's seven significant language-culture parts, overlaying quite a number subject matters together with sexuality, social inequality, the prestige of ladies, faith, politics and violence.
Sir John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton, KCVO (1834-1902), generally known as easily Lord Acton, was once an English historian, the single son of Sir Ferdinand Dalberg-Acton, seventh Baronet and grandson of the Neapolitan admiral, Sir John Acton, sixth Baronet. He used to be a grasp of the critical international languages and commenced at an early age to assemble an impressive historic library, with the article - which, notwithstanding, he by no means discovered - of writing a superb ?
Humanity is inextricably torn in an interplanetary battle that can bring about the dying of human society. venture Seedcorn is among the final and top desire for the human race. A small workforce of refugees, scraping out an life at the fringe of human-occupied territory, has been given orders to stay as if every little thing have been usual and there have been no warfare.
- Douglas SBD Dauntless
- Jagdwaffe Vol 2 Sect 2 Battle of Britain phase two
- Macchi MC 202 Folgore p.1-2
- The book of decorative furniture, its form, colour history
- Sigmund Freud and the History of Anna O.: Re-opening a Closed Case
Extra resources for A Concise History of the Haitian Revolution
This measure further angered the white colonists, some of whom were ready to call for a revolt like the movement in 1768–9. By the beginning of 1787, the French government’s attempt to deal with its growing financial problems had started the chain of events that would lead to a full-fledged revolution two years later. Saint-Domingue’s white colonists followed the stages of the pre-revolutionary crisis of 1787 and 1788 closely, and tried to calculate how to turn it to their own advantage. At the same time, they realized that they faced a new danger.
It was at this moment that the man who would eventually take over the leadership of the black movement and lead it to the brink of success first began to take a visible role in affairs. Whether the future Toussaint Louverture had participated in the planning of the insurrection in the north is unclear. In contrast to the other leaders of the movement, Toussaint was no longer a slave in 1791; he had gained his own freedom many years earlier. Unlike most of the leaders of the movement of free men of color in the colony, however, Toussaint had no white ancestry, and he had not become an independent property-owner.
A Colonial Society in a Revolutionary Era 27 Their spokesmen cast the colonists as victims of an arbitrary government that imposed rules on them without consultation and favored metropolitan merchants over plantation-owners. Recognizing that the enthusiasm for liberty that was sweeping France made an overt defense of slavery risky, they emphasized the economic importance of the colonies and accused the Society of the Friends of the Blacks of promoting impractical utopian ideas. The Friends of the Blacks tried to persuade local electoral assemblies in France to include calls for the reform or abolition of slavery in the cahiers, or lists of grievances that they drew up in the first months of 1789.
A Concise History of the Haitian Revolution by Jeremy D. Popkin(auth.), Jurgen Buchenau(eds.)