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Leadership, Processes, and Outcomes of the Haitian and French Revolutions

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Haitian/French Revolution Comparative Essay By: Jaslyn Brown Topic: Compare and Contrast the leadership, processes, and outcomes of the French and Haitian Revolutions. Haiti (1789- 1804) Leadership Named Saint Domingue as a French colony in 1789 located on the western half of Hispaniola (next to Cuba) Local Authority was made up of slave owners, some of which were gens de couleur; Republic Rebel leadership mixed of African political culture and French revolutionary ideas directed the rebelling slaves who eventually came under Fran?ois Dominique Toussaint L?Ouverture Eventually led an invasion into the Spanish colony Santo Domingo but did not do any significant local damage Created military Processes
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