Haiti History

Here are some pictures from the history of Haiti

Jean Baptiste DuSable Satue Vandalized

Jean Baptiste DuSable Satue Vandalized

Here is a picture of the statue of Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable, vandalized, its eyes painted black the weekend of 17 Jan 2015.

the satue was donated to the City of Chicago by Haitian-born Lesley Benodin to honor the legacy of Chicago's founder.

The bust of Dusable is at the near the Michigan Ave Bridge, now Dusable Bridge, close to the Site of Pointe DuSable's House, designated a National Historic Landmark in 1977

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Bataille De Vertieres

Bataille De Vertieres

Here is a Haitian art photo of the famous Bataille de vertieres, the battle of vertiere, the last battle which ended centuries of slavery in haiti.

The battle of Vertieres is a National Holiday in Haiti and is celebrated on November 18

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Battle Of Vertieres

Battle Of Vertieres

Here is a photo of Battle Of Vertieres, a historical moment in haitian history

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