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Author Historian, Leon Waters 1811 Louisiana Revolt

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Join Author and Historian~ Leon Waters will discuss his book The Saint-Dominguean Creole protest songs were sung by slaves on plantations were one example of cultural transmission of the Haitian Revolution. The largest revolt in US, occurred in Louisiana in 1811, led by Charles Deslondes. In the 1790s, The South restricted the emigration of the French West Indies, “French Negroes”. They were a threat to the peculiar institution.

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