Hayti


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Synonyms for Hayti

an island in the West Indies

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Geneva: Jean-Leonard Pellet, 1780-84), 6: 206-8; Rainsford, An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti (London: James Cundee, 1805), 244-47.
A Roving Commission; Or, Through the Black Insurrection of Hayti.
Rainsford, Marcus, (edited by Paul Youngquist and Gregory Pierrot) An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti.
Only two of these [revolts] were large and successful," he wrote, "[that] of the Maroons in Jamaica in the seventeenth century, and of Touissant L'Ouverture in Hayti in the eighteenth century" (351).
8) These records pile on: the sixty-three pages on Germany are followed by Greece, Guatamala, Hayti [VW's spelling], Holland and Italy, which takes these notes, counting only those in Virginia Woolf's own hand, to 391 sides.
Zilberman's publications include "'Kimat hayti meta, rak alohim shalach li at aliyaho hanavi': maamad, goof veminiyoot besipooray hayehen shel nashim mezrahiyot mevoogarot mebeersheva ("'I could have died, had God not sent me Elijah the Prophet': Class, Body and Sexuality in Life Stories of Two Elderly Mizrahiyot Women from Be'er Sheva," Jerusalem Studies in Jewish Folklore (2013) and "Eyun basipoor "Maase shekara im mlech shehefkid at goral mamlachto beyedeyhen shel bnotav" ("A Reading of the Israeli Folktale Archives (IFA) Narrative: 'The King Who Trusted His Kingdom unto his Daughters'," Koho shel Sipur (The Power of a Tale) (Ed.
Acta Constitutiva del Gobierno Provisional del Estado Independiente de la parte espanola de Hayti", Imprenta de la Presidencia del Estado independiente de la parte espanola de Hayti Jose Maria Gonzalez, Santo Domingo, 1 de diciembre de 1821, reproducida en Rodriguez, Santo Domingo, 1971, Apendice 1, pp.
The Life of Toussaint L'Ouverture, The Negro Patriot of Hayti.
Partie de cette consideration, a la proclamation de l'Independance (6), l'ancienne colonie francaise de Saint-Domingue est rebaptisee << Hayti (7) >> dans un contexte de redefinition du soi collectif (Celius 2006 : 17).
The floral designer was Randall Turnage of Turnage Flowers in Hayti, Missouri.
The center of the vibrant black community in Durham was the Hayti district, which was demolished in the late 1960s in the name of urban renewal and to build the Durham Freeway.
He told me a story current in Hayti concerning the late President Sam .
1839 Convention Between Great Britain and Hayti, for the More Effectual Suppression of the Slave Trade, Dec.