Haitian Affair


Haitian Affair

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Amazing art made from old metal drums are made night and day in the village of Noailles just north of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. #seeanotherhaiti

Visiting The Uncommon Artists’ Enclave of Noailles, Haiti

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Port au Prince National Geographic January 1976 Thomas Nebbia

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Port au Prince fisherman National Geographic January 1976 Thomas Nebbia

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SingleBubblePop // Art + Design Inspiration Blog: the beauty of Haiti

SingleBubblePop: the beauty of Haiti

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Beautiful -0 Love it ! #Haiti #Haitian #Children

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A window to Haiti's beauty.

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Starfish on a Beach in Haiti

Cruise ship and star fish

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Haiti Carnival Queens, c.1951

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The 3rd largest city in the USA was founded by a Black man. Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable was first settler in Chicago, arriving from Europe in 1770s. He married a Native Potawatomi Indian woman (Kittahawa) & founded first trading post in area. The Town of Chicago was organized with a population of 350, August 1833. Born in Saint-Marc, Saint-Domingue (now Haiti), he built the first permanent settlement at the mouth of the river just east of present Michigan Avenue Bridge on the north bank.

Chicago was founded by a black man - The Patriotic Vanguard

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Crown of Faustin-Élie Soulouque, Faustin 1, Haitian King From 1847 to 1849

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Vintage Haiti in 1954.

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Haiti History 101: Haiti by the Decades, the 1920s - Kreyolicious.com

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Basin Bleu - Jacmel, Haiti

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Toussaint Louverture, Louverture also spelled L’Ouverture, original name (until c. 1793) François Dominique Toussaint (born c. 1743, Bréda, near Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue [Haiti]—died April 7, 1803, Fort-de-Joux, France), leader of the Haitian independence movement during the French Revolution, who emancipated the slaves and briefly established Haiti as a black-governed French protectorate.

Toussaint Louverture by al-Brazyly on DeviantArt

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Mangoes of Haiti

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Josephine Premice was a Haitian calypso singer and Broadway star who made waves in 1958 when she married Timothy Fales, a white NYC socialite. They moved to Europe for a few years to escape the resulting discrimination, which explains why she's so unsung. Their daughter, Susan Fales-Hill, was a producer and writer for A Different World

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The Poster Lady - Travel Posters - Vintage Nation Posters

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Joseph Phillippe Lemercier Laroche was the only black man to perish in the Titanic sinking. Laroche, shown on the right in a family photo, was on board with his pregnant wife Juliette and their two young daughters. Laroche was born in Cap Haitien, #Haiti, 28 May 1889. He saved his wife and daughters but did not survive himself.

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Mireille Holland William, Miss Haiti international 1962

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A traveling photographer Denise Colomb took this photo of these Haitian teenagers in the countryside. (1958)

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Haiti

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Haitian Beer Prestige Takes Gold Medal at World Beer Cup Competition - Short Order

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Best rum!

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The surrounding views are something that you'd expect to see in a post card - But this is Jacmel, Haiti

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Haiti

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  • Victoria Tiedemann
    Victoria Tiedemann

    beautiful.