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1791-1804. Haitian Revolution. Leelerc’s veterans storm Ravine-a- Couleuvre (Snake Gulley) in 1802. I think the Haitian revolution slaves wanted to become free and free blacks also wanted their rights.

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1791 1804
1791-1804

Haitian Revolution

Leelerc’s veterans storm Ravine-a-Couleuvre (Snake Gulley) in 1802

why did t hey s tart t he revolution

I think the Haitian revolution slaveswanted to become free and free blacks also wanted their rights.

I read in the text the success of American Revolution encouraged Haitian to try to gain freedom from their European masters. ( Chpt. 24 , pg. 682 )

Why did they start the revolution ?
who were the people revolting against the government

I reasoned that the Haitians (enslaved & free blacks ) revolted against the French masters.

I read in Doc.1 “The white population defied an order from France to enfranchise free blacks, it triggered a violent revolt that involved changing alliances among free blacks and the large slave population.”

Who were the people revolting against the government ?
how did they fight in the revolution
How Did They Fight in The Revolution ?
  • I argue the revolution fought dirty. The Haitians chopped people’s heads off, burned building, had cruel murders, & massacres.
  • I saw a photo in Doc.2 of a group Haitians chopping people heads off. I also in the text (Doc.3) “numerous have been the most cruel murders and massacres,--and numberless plantations, with the buildings and crops destroyed by fire.
what was the outcome of the revolution
What was the outcome of the revolution ?

I reasoned that the Haitians declared their independence and also created a constitution giving equal rights to all no matter what race or color.

  • I read in the text on January 1, 1804 General Dessalines declared the colony an independence. ( Chpt. 24 Pg. 682 )
how did other countries view the revolution did the revolution have legacy or affect on others
How did other countries view the revolution? Did the revolution have legacy or affect on others ?
  • I think they became free , but weretreated badly .
  • I read in the Document 5the Americans didn’t recognize Haitian Independence, and Americans also invaded Haitian territory. This shows a sign of disrespectfulness .