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“ Sword with Scabbard of Faustin I (1782–1867), Emperor of Haiti. Maker: Robert Mole (British, Birmingham, 1800–1856). Dated: 1850. ” Whoa!

Jacmel is known for its 19th century colonial houses, which were inhabited by wealthy coffee merchants, still preserving all their charms of yesteryear. The city of New Orleans was designed after Jacmel.

Ahhhhh!! One of my fav places in Haiti!! Cascade Touyak in Port-Salut, south of Haiti.

The Malê Revolt  The Malê Revolt (1835), also known as The Great Revolt, is possibly the most significant slave rebellion in Brazil. Brazili...

dayiti: Haiti’s Influence on Louisiana Haitians are the dominant Creole culture of New Orleans. Currently there are 5,000 people of Haitian descent that live in the New Orleans area.  In 1709 (dayiti: I believe the author means 1791 because that’s when the Revolution started) after the Haitian Revolution that ended French rule and gave Haiti its independence 90% of the Hatian refugees settled in New Orleans. The immigration of Haitians, both white and free people of color (gens de couleur…

Agostino Brunias - Free Women Of Dominica

Dominica is a little-known island in the Caribbean with barely any tourists, beautiful secluded beaches, and natural hotsprings. I will definitely be back someday!

Heart of Haiti; Haitian artist.

Haitian dressed as a Taino - original habitant of Haiti