MIA: History: Haiti


History of the
Haitian Independence Struggle

Toussaint Louverture

Toussaint Louverture Archive.

History of the Disasters in Saint-Domingue, Michel Etienne Decourtilz, 1791
Letter to Citizens of Color and Free Negroes of St-Domingue, Henri Grégoire, 1791
Decree of the National Convention, 1793
Broadside, In the name of the Republic, Léger-Félicité Sonthonax November 1793
Proclamation, In the name of the Republic, Léger-Félicité Sonthonax August 1794
Constitution, 1801
The Expedition to Saint-Domingue, Bonaparte 1801
Act of Independence, 1804
Dessalines, the Flag, and Independence, 1804
The Detractors of the Black Race and the Republic of Haiti, Louis-Joseph Janvier, 1882

Period of U.S. Domination of Haiti

Hundreds Killed by Marines in Haiti, The Militant, 1930
U.S. Forced Loan on Haiti, Workers Age, 1932
Latin-American Exiles Granted Asylum in Cuba, The Militant, 1959
Jacques Stéphen Alexis’s Letter to François Duvalier, 1960