The legacy of plantation America formation and growth of an Haitian community by Frederick J. Hay

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  • Ethnology -- Haiti.,
  • Haiti -- Social conditions.,
  • Haiti -- Social life and customs.

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Statementby Frederick J. Hay.
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Paginationxiv, 237 leaves :
Number of Pages237
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Open LibraryOL24160342M

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