|Dimensions||9 × 6 × 1 in|
The single most authoritative work on the French Revolution as the events unfolded on the island colony of San Domingo. Telling the harrowing account of the Haitian Revolution in striking detail, this book by Lothrop Stoddard follows the small island state as it moved from slave colony to independent nation and the bloody trail left in the wake of the journey. Stoddard uses the journals and letters of such figures as Napoleon, Sonthonax, Toussaint, and Leclerc to present a first-hand account of the destructive path to freedom for the people of San Domingo.
Condition Note: Moderate cover and edge wear, pages like new
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