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Julius S. Scott ; foreword by Marcus Rediker. 2018

Scott, Julius Sherrard, III, 1955-

The Common Wind is a gripping and colorful account of the intercontinental networks that tied together the free and enslaved masses of the New World. Having delved deep into the gray obscurity of official eighteenth-century records in Spanish, English, and French, Julius S. Scott…
Eisenhower B Level

F1923 .S37 2018 c. 1

Haiti : the aftershocks of history Book , Print in English

Laurent Dubois. 2013, ©2012.

Dubois, Laurent, 1971-

Even before the 2010 earthquake destroyed much of the country, Haiti was known as a benighted place of poverty and corruption, and has often been blamed for its own wretchedness. But as the author, a historian makes clear, its difficulties are rooted not only in its founding…
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F1921.D83 2013 c. 1
David A. Bell. 2020

Bell, David Avrom.

"A group biography of Pasquale Paoli, George Washington, Toussaint Louverture, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Simon Bolivar with an emphasis on charismatic leadership."--
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CT118 .B45 2020 c. 1
Trevor Burnard and John Garrigus. 2016

Burnard, Trevor G. (Trevor Graeme),

note: 1. Comparative History of Jamaica and Saint-Domingue -- 2. Plantation World -- 3. Urban Life -- 4. Seven Years' War in the West Indies -- 5. Dangerous Internal Enemies -- 6. Racial Reconfigurations Before the American Revolution -- 7. Golden Age of the Plantocracy…
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HD1329.C27 B87 2016 c. 1
Alex Dupuy, Wesleyan University. 2019

Dupuy, Alex,

"This book traces the complex legacy of the Haitian Revolution, the world's only successful slave revolution. Alex Dupuy's analysis of race, class, and slavery explains the pitfalls of the revolution and the vicissitudes of the country's underdevelopment."--Provided by publisher.
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F1923.D87 2019 c. 1
edited by Kate E. Tunstall. 2012

Part one: Human rights today : an Enlightenment legacy? -- Rethinking human rights and Enlightenment : a view from the twenty-first century / James Tully -- A response to James Tully / Christopher Brooke…
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JC571.S39175 2012 c. 1
Kate Ramsey. 2011.

Ramsey, Kate.

Vodou has often served as a scapegoat for Haiti's problems, from political upheavals to natural disasters. This tradition of scapegoating stretches back to the nation's founding and forms part of a contest over the legitimacy of the religion, both beyond and within Haiti's…
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BL2530.H3 R25 2011 c. 1
Jeremy D. Popkin. 2010.

Popkin, Jeremy D., 1948-

"The abolitions of slavery in the French Caribbean colony of Saint-Domingue in 1793 and in revolutionary France in 1794 were the first dramatic blows against an institution that had shaped the Atlantic world for three centuries and affected the lives of millions of people. Based…
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F1923 .P67 2010 c. 1
Eisenhower B Level

F1923 .P67 2010 c. 2

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