The Battle of Vertières (Northern Haiti) is the last battle of the indigenous army against the powerful French army of Napoleon Bonaparte. It opposed the troops (about 2,000 men) commanded by French General Donatien to the indigenous independentist army of General Jean-Jacques Dessalines (about 27,000 men, including the 9th Brigade of commanded by François Capois), who won the final victory, forcing Rochambeau to capitulate.  November 18, 1803, General Dessalines ordered to take the fort…

The Battle of Vertières (Northern Haiti) is the last battle of the indigenous…

Soup Joumou A Symbol of Haitian Independence Day – L'union Suite

Soup Joumou A Symbol of Haitian Independence Day – L'union Suite

FASHION: MaJAc YELLOW KENTE FITTED DRESS Hello beautiful people! Happy New Year to you and your family! Happy Haitian Independence Day!

FASHION: MaJAc YELLOW KENTE FITTED DRESS Hello beautiful people! Happy New Year to you and your family! Happy Haitian Independence Day!

Hilton Celebrate Haitian Independence Day | Maplewood Library

Hilton Celebrate Haitian Independence Day | Maplewood Library

FASHION: MaJAc YELLOW KENTE FITTED DRESS Hello beautiful people! Happy New Year to you and your family! Happy Haitian Independence Day!

FASHION: MaJAc YELLOW KENTE FITTED DRESS Hello beautiful people! Happy New Year to you and your family! Happy Haitian Independence Day!

Happy Haitian Independence Day!

Needlepoint belts, dog collars and keychains hand-stitched in Haiti, where your purchase provides dignified employment and food for impoverished citizens.

Haitian Independence Soup (Soup Joumou)

Haitian Independence Soup (Soup Joumou)

“L'union fait force”-Unity makes strength. Today in Haiti not only do we celebrate the new year, we also celebrate our independence. To celebrate we always

[homemade] soup Joumou for the Haitian Independence Day. I finally just got around to posting this

[homemade] soup Joumou for the Haitian Independence Day. I finally just got around to posting this

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Haitian Independence Day is coming soon! Celebrate with some of our Haitian inspired products!

Needlepoint belts, dog collars and keychains hand-stitched in Haiti, where your purchase provides dignified employment and food for impoverished citizens.

Toussaint Louverture : The Slave Who Freed Haiti #book #haiticulture #history http://astore.amazon.ca/artpreneure-20?_encoding=UTF8&node=12

The Slave Who Freed Haiti: The Story of Toussaint L'Ouverture (World Landmark Books

[Homemade] Soup Joumou Pumpkin  Beef Soup for Haitian Independence Day

[Homemade] Soup Joumou, Pumpkin + Beef Soup for Haitian Independence Day

Happy Haitian Independence Day!!!  214 years ago on this day Jean-Jacques Dessalines declared freedom from French colonial rule and signed the Haitian Declaration of Independence in the city of Gonaïves. It ended the slave revolution that began in 1791 and cemented Haitis status as the first black country to gain independence from its enslavers a move that would embolden the abolitionist movement around the world... #haiti #1804 #history #independenceday #january1st #happynewyear #respect…

Happy Haitian Independence Day!!! 214 years ago on this day Jean-Jacques Dessalines declared freedom from French colonial rule and signed the Haitian Declaration of Independence in the city of Gonaïves. It ended the slave revolution that began in 1791 and cemented Haitis status as the first black country to gain independence from its enslavers a move that would embolden the abolitionist movement around the world... #haiti #1804 #history #independenceday #january1st #happynewyear #respect…

Toussaint Louverture (1743 – 1803) Leader of the Haitian independence movement during the French Revolution, who emancipated the slaves and briefly established Haiti as a black-governed French protectorate.

Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de La Fayette (September 1757 – May - French aristocrat and a major-general in the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War.

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