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This is not my discussion page, for discussions please use my talk page. Thank you! [[User:Doe|Doe]] | [[User talk:Doe|talk]] 09:02, 20 July 2011 (PDT)
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I really think '''The Louverture Project''' is a tremendously valuable ressource and the more people participate, the better it will become. Thanks so much [[User:stumax|Stuart]]! '''doe - <i>Dominique Esser</i>'''
 
I really think '''The Louverture Project''' is a tremendously valuable ressource and the more people participate, the better it will become. Thanks so much [[User:stumax|Stuart]]! '''doe - <i>Dominique Esser</i>'''
  
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Note on discussions

This is not my discussion page, for discussions please use my talk page. Thank you! Doe | talk 09:02, 20 July 2011 (PDT)

I really think The Louverture Project is a tremendously valuable ressource and the more people participate, the better it will become. Thanks so much Stuart! doe - Dominique Esser



Fequiere

In Loving Memory

Lyonel B. Féquière

July 22, 1967 - August 6, 2007


we miss you so very much...


Jean-Jacques Dessalines.
From ashes and dust, Jean-Jacques

rose, bronze eagle, binding
wretched of new world, to burn, sack
and hack fresh tracks through the dark
jungle of white dominion.

Black iron clash and blue blood shed
as armies fled the wrath
of gilded African oppressed.
who would be free . . . or dead.

W.P.


Source: Nicholls, David (1996). From Dessalines to Duvalier. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. ISBN 0-8135-2239-0


>> En me renversant, on n'a abattu à Saint-Domingue que le tronc de l'arbre de la liberté des nègres;
il repoussera par les racines, parce qu'elles sont profondes et nombreuses <<

Toussaint Louverture (1802)


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