Haitian Revolution

Haitian Revolution
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  • Slavery and discrimination has always been a problem. The Haitian Revolution was very important to making life more equal.
  • I will not make it out alive but I have faith that my people will be victorious in the end.
  • It, of course, started with a  war.  The war lasted 13 years from  August 21, 1791 until January 1, 1804.   
  • Toussaint  L'Ouverture has died. I am your new leader and I will lead you to victory.
  • The war was successful and resulted in the Independent Empire of Haiti being established.
  • The revolution is over! We are free!
  • Toussaint L’Ouverture was a very important person to the revolution. He basically led it but was eventually jailed by the French and died soon after.
  • General   Jean-Jacques Dessalines picked up where Toussaint left off and did so until the revolution ended in 1804.
  • It was a  triumphant end to the revolution by 1804 and  Jean-Jacques Dessalines  declared Haiti an independent nation. They became the first black colony to do so.
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