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
Here is the Charlemagne Peralte monument in Hinche Haiti. Charlemagne Massena Peralte was born in 1886. he was a Haitian nationalist leader who opposed the US Invasion of his of Haiti in 1915.
Charlemagne Peralte was the leader of the Haitian guerrilla fighters called the Cacos.
He posed such a challenge to the US forces in Haiti that the occupying forces had to upgrade their presence in the country.
Charlemagne Peralte was assassinated on 1 November 1, 1919.
Charlemagne Peralte remains as a highly praised Haitian hero.
Here is the Haiti coat of arms engraved in marble at the public square in Arcahaie Haiti, the birthplace of the Haitian flag.
Engraved below the the coat or arm are the words of La Dessalinenne - The Dessalines Song
Pour le Pays, Pour les anc tres,
Marchons unis, Marchons unis.
Dans nos rangs point de tra tres
Du sol soyons seuls ma tres.
Marchons unis, Marchons unis
For our country,
For our forefathers,
United let us march.
Let there be no traitors in our ranks
Let us be masters of our soil.
United let us march
La Dessalinienne The Dessalines Song is the national anthem of Haiti, honoring Jean-Jacques Dessalines.