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Boukman  Boukman was a Hougan, or Voodoo priest, whose death was considered a catalyst to the slave uprising that marked the beginnig of the Haitian Revolution.  His name came from his English nickname "Book Man" which he earned due to his ability to read.

Boukman Boukman was a Hougan, or Voodoo priest, whose death was considered a catalyst to the slave uprising that marked the beginnig of the Haitian Revolution. His name came from his English nickname "Book Man" which he earned due to his ability to read.

Le serment des ancêtres” Painting commemorating the Declaration Of Independence of Haiti in Gonaives in 1804 #haiti #haitian #1804 #indepence #freedom #ayiti #history #mupanah

Le serment des ancêtres” Painting commemorating the Declaration Of Independence of Haiti in Gonaives in 1804

Haiti became the richest colony in the world. At any given time there would be over 400 ships in the port of Cap-Haitian alone.

Haiti has one of the most fascinating, yet tragic History in the World. From its colonization by the Spanish to its independence from France and its modern day struggles, all in one place.

Charge of Kellermann that routed the Austrian grenadiers

Kellerman's Charge at Marengo-Keith Rocco. We see depicted in this painting the…

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A old comission for a metal band, called in the same way i edited it again a days ago for give it more contrast and i decided to post it arround 12 hour.

Haitian Heroe of Independance Jean Jacques Dessalines. Leader, Emperor of the First Black Republic of Haiti. He lead the fight against the french colonist Napoleon troops towards the abolishment of slavery on the Island of Hispaniola, present day Haiti.  Artist Kervin Andre - AkomicsArt

Haitian Heroe of Independance Jean Jacques Dessalines. Leader, Emperor of the First Black Republic of Haiti. He lead the fight against the french colonist Napoleon troops towards the abolishment of slavery on the Island of Hispaniola, present day Haiti. Artist Kervin Andre - AkomicsArt

European settlers and enslaved Africans introduced Malaria and other tropical diseases to the Americas. These tropical diseases thrived in the swampy region of the Lowcountry. While many slaves were more resistant, the white planters were not. Therefore, whites moved their homes away from the rice fields and vacated the lowcountry at least during the humid season. For the Lowcountry Gullah, this isolation allowed for the creation and preservation of their distinct African culture.

Gullah Culture Thrived in Desolate Conditions

1804  is a feature length documentary film about the untold history of the Haitian revolution | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!

1804 is a feature length documentary film about the untold history of the Haitian revolution

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Bwa Kayiman Haiti 1791 by Nicole Jean-Louis

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