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Boisrond-Tonerre on a Haitian stamp.
During the Revolutionary Period in Saint-Domingue, a person was considered to be mulatto if he had a black ancestor in his family tree within seven generations. There were 128 grades of mulatto, each with a unique name. Please see the note on the Race page for more on this issue.