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  • Haiti Archives(84 clicks)
  • Haiti: Is this what we want?(85 clicks)
    "Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Haiti's populist former president who was exiled in 1991 and returned with US backing in 1994 before stepping down in 1996, was inaugurated again on February 7. This time, though, writes Ethan Casey, things are different."
  • Haitian History from a Haitian Perspective(73 clicks)
  • Ludovic Lamothe (1882-1953)(81 clicks)
    Ludovic Lamothe was one of Haiti's most distinguished classical composers and pianists. He studied at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris, and was called the "Black Chopin".
  • Saint-Dominguer's Free People of Color and the Haitian Revolution(80 clicks)
    Designed for a course, this site is valuable to others as well.
  • The Early History of Haiti(102 clicks)
    Early history to independence, led by Toussaint L'Ouverture.
  • The Haitian Files(92 clicks)
    "This is a short collection of articles written between 1985 and 1988 in Haiti. This time frame corresponds to the last months of the Duvalier regime, and the ensuing "troubled times" as the country struggled to reach a form of democracy. They were either published in a local bi-monthly paper, The Haiti Times, or submitted to press agencies including The Associated Press (AP), United Press International (UPI) and South North News Service (SNNS) for which the author was a correspondent. Earlier articles will be added gradually when time (mine) allows."
  • The Haitian Revolution, 1794-1804(115 clicks)
    From the PBS site, Africans in America.