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Liberty, Fraternity, ExileHaiti and Jamaica after Emancipation$
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Matthew J. Smith

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9781469617978

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.5149/northcarolina/9781469617978.001.0001

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La République C’est la Paix

La République C’est la Paix

(p.265) Thirteen La République C’est la Paix
Liberty, Fraternity, Exile

Matthew J. Smith

University of North Carolina Press

This chapter details how a decade of peaceful political relations in Haiti created the opportunity for development in the republic. This peace was challenged by the persistence of conflicts orchestrated by military rivals and powerful foreigners with vested interests in Haitian politics. As a result, Haiti's rulers in the late nineteenth century had mixed views of foreigners, including Jamaicans, living in Haiti.

Keywords:   Haiti, political relations, Haitian politics, foreigners, Jamaicans

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