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Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789 - 1804: A Brief History With Documents (Bedford Series in History and Culture) epub ebook

by Laurent Dubois

Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789 - 1804: A Brief History With Documents (Bedford Series in History and Culture) epub ebook

Author: Laurent Dubois
Category: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (February 1, 2006)
Pages: 212 pages
ISBN: 1403971579
ISBN13: 978-1403971579
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 797
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His book A Colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, (2004) won the American Historical Association Prize in Atlantic History and the John Edwin Fagg Award

His book A Colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, (2004) won the American Historical Association Prize in Atlantic History and the John Edwin Fagg Award. JOHN D. GARRIGUS (P. Johns Hopkins University) is professor of history at Jacksonville University in Florida, where he teaches courses on American, Caribbean, Latin American, and European history. A former Chateaubriand Fellow and Fulbright Scholar, he has published on pre-revolutionary Haiti in Americas, French Historical Studies, Slavery & Abolition, and the Journal of Caribbean History.

Start by marking Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789-1804 . A broad selection of documents, all newly translated by the authors, is contextualized by a thorough introduction considering the very latest scholarship.

Start by marking Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789-1804: A Brief History with Documents as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Laurent Dubois and John D. Garrigus clarify for students the complex political, economic, and racial issues surrounding the revolution and its reverberations worldwide. Useful pedagogical tools include maps, illustrations, a chronology, and a selected bibliography.

shoes’, were nevertheless seen as the true legatees of Haiti’s revolutionary culture. The Haitian Revolution of 1789-1804 is no exception

Haiti’s peasant classes, ‘the people without shoes’, were nevertheless seen as the true legatees of Haiti’s revolutionary culture. The Haitian Revolution of 1789-1804 is no exception. The Enlightenment ideas of equality for men and representative government were crucial to the insurrection.

A chronology of events related to the slave revolution in the Caribbean (1635-1805). Bedford series in history and culture. Questions for consideration. Selected bibliography. The Haitian Revolution was the first slave rebellion to have a successful outcome, leading to the establishment of Haiti as a free black republic and paving the way for the emancipation of slaves in the rest of the French Empire and the world.

of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, 1787-1804 (2004). Their combined expertise in this field has created a readable book that is part of The Bedford Series in History and Culture.

Dubois, a professor at Duke University, has published several works on this topic, such as Avengers of the New World: The Story of the Haitian Revolution (2004) and A Colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, 1787-1804 (2004). Likewise, Garrigus, a professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, has written books such as Before Haiti: Race and Citizenship in French Saint-Domingue (2006) and Assumed Identities: The Meaning of Race in the Atlantic World (2010) with Christopher Morris. Their combined expertise in this field has created a readable book that.

02 The Haitian Revolution was the first slave rebellion to have a successful outcome, leading to the establishment of Haiti as a free black republic and paving the way for the emancipation of slaves in the rest of the French Empire and the world. Incited by the French Revolution, the enslaved inhabitants of the French Caribbean began a series of revolts, and in 1791 plantation workers in Haiti, then known as Saint-Domingue, overwhelmed their planter owners and began to take control of the island. They achieved emancipation in 1794, and after successfully opposing Napoleonic forces eight years.

Get the true story of the slave revolutions that reconstructed the geographies of the American from 1789 to 1804 through the primary sources included in Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789-1804.

General History Books. Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789-1804 : A Brief History with Documents. Laurent DuBois; University John D Garrigus. Get the true story of the slave revolutions that reconstructed the geographies of the American from 1789 to 1804 through the primary sources included in Slave Revolution in the Caribbean, 1789-1804.

Recommend to friends. Rate it: Category: Americas, History, Historical Study. The French Revolution and Human Rights: A Brief Documentary History (Bedford Series in History and Culture). Avengers of the New World: The Story of the Haitian Revolution. The Diary of a Napoleonic Foot Soldier.

Laurent Dubois is Professor of History and Romance Studies, Duke University. by Laurent DuBois, John D. Garrigus. His book A Colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, (2004) won the American Historical Association Prize in Atlantic History and the John Edwin Fagg Award. He is also the author of Avengers of the New World: The Story of the Haitian Revolution (2004), which was a Christian Science Monitor Noteworthy Book of 2004 and a Los Angeles Times Best Book of 2004, and Les esclaves de la Republique: l'histoire oubliee de la premiere emancipation, (1998).

02 The Haitian Revolution was the first slave rebellion to have a successful outcome, leading to the establishment of Haiti as a free black republic and paving the way for the emancipation of slaves in the rest of the French Empire and the world. Incited by the French Revolution, the enslaved inhabitants of the French Caribbean began a series of revolts, and in 1791 plantation workers in Haiti, then known as Saint-Domingue, overwhelmed their planter owners and began to take control of the island. They achieved emancipation in 1794, and after successfully opposing Napoleonic forces eight years later, emerged as part of an independent nation in 1804.A broad selection of documents, all newly translated by the authors, is contextualized by a thorough introduction considering the very latest scholarship. Professors Dubois and Garrigus clarify for students the complex political, economic, and racial issues surrounding the revolution. Useful pedagogical tools include maps, illustrations, a chronology and a selected bibliography.
Reviews (7)
Brariel
Very instructive book

Vonalij
Important primary sources: I loved it! This was one of the few books that I had to read in college that I did not sell back to the school store.

Shadowredeemer
A little slow, but very interesting and sheds light on a revolution that rarely gets talked about in history classes today!

olgasmile
I had to read this for my world history class and it is interesting and helps describe one of the most important slave revolts of all time.

Winn
it can in a timely fashion, it matched the seller's description and was quite affordable and a good read for those interested parties

Maridor
I wanted a book to refresh my memories of a few things about the island im from . There are alot good info in this book..

WUNDERKIND
I could not be helped but be moved by the documents in this book. The author did an incredible job of helping the reader understand the importance of San Domingue and the other French colonies by including letters, articles and transcripts. This was so important to my research about the nation that would eventually become Haiti and other colonies that found themselves in similar circumstances. These accounts tell the real truth about life in the French colonies and the resolve of the inhabitants.

A great reader on the Haitian Revolution. It is cheap, short, and has a great summary of the revolution at the beginning, so it is perfect as a supplementary reading in classes on slavery, Atlantic History, Haitian history, etc.
The documents are well chosen and representative. John Garrigus is a thorough researcher, and it shows: the documents are taken straight from the French archives.

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