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The Haitian Revolution

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This solution defines five historical events and people: The Haitian Revolution, Benjamin Banneker, the North Star, the Black Laws and the Slave Codes.

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The Haitian Revolution: the period of violent conflict in the French sugar island colony of Saint-Domingue (1791-1804). Lead Toussaint L'Ouverture, the revolution resulted in the end of slavery on the island and to the island's independence.

Benjamin Banneker: A "free person of color" (African-American) in late 18th century U.S., Bannekar was ...

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