An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti

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Published in 1805, Marcus Hainsford’s book was the first complete account in English of the Haitian Revolution. As a captain of the Third West India Regiment, Rainsford had arrived in British-occupied St Domingo on Hispaniola in 1797, and experienced at first hand the insurrection and the proclamation of Haiti as a nation. His sympathetic account of the revolutionaries is presented here, with introduction and notes by Paul Youngquist and Grégory Pierrot.

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An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti

An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti

Paperback402pp Illustrated235x156mm

9780822352884     Product Code: 505712

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Published in 1805, Marcus Hainsford’s book was the first complete account in English of the Haitian Revolution. As a captain of the Third West India Regiment, Rainsford had arrived in British-occupied St Domingo on Hispaniola in 1797, and experienced at first hand the insurrection and the proclamation of Haiti as a nation. His sympathetic account of the revolutionaries is presented here, with introduction and notes by Paul Youngquist and Grégory Pierrot.

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