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Marie-Jeanne

ParPhillip Thomas Tucker

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As part of the ground-breaking Haitian Revolutionary Women Series dedicated to honoring the remarkable heroines of Haiti, Phillip Thomas Tucker, Ph.D. has presented a much-needed biography of another Haitian heroine, affectionately known as Marie-Jeanne. This book, Volume II of the series, is the first-ever biography about the life of this distinguished heroine who won fame during the Haitian War of Independence. Marie-Jeanne Lamartiniére won recognition for her bravery and heroics during one of the revolution's most famous battles, with much at stake. Most importantly, Marie-Jeanne's inspirational and symbolic example on the field of strife helped to unite black and mulatto fighting men in their successful war against slavery, that led to the declaration of the world's first black republic on January 1, 1804. Marie-Jeanne was a founding mother of Haiti, and to this day, the heroic legacy of Marie-Jeanne is alive and well in the hearts and minds of the citizens of the Republic of Haiti.

Détails

Date de publication
Mar 8, 2019
Langue
English
ISBN
9780359486526
Catégorie
Histoire
Copyright
Tous droits réservés - Licence de copyright standard
Contributeurs
Par (auteur): Phillip Thomas Tucker

Caractéristiques

Pages
128
Reliure
Livre à couverture souple
Couleur de l’intérieur
Noir & Blanc
Dimensions
A5 (5,83 x 8,27 po / 148 x 210 mm)

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