Revolution and Abolition in Haiti, 1791-1865

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The following bibliography contains a full record for every document contained in Module 3:  Revolution and Abolition in Haiti, 1791-1865.  Some of the "pdf" files contain multiple documents and thus correspond to multiple bibliographic references.  The bibliography does not specify which documents came from online sources such as Google Books or other online databases.  Instead, online source information has been embedded in the actual document files.  It does, however, indicate which documents came from published anthologies. 

The bibliography also includes records for all secondary sources that were utilized in the development of this module.  The following works were the most valuable.

Clavin, Matthew J. Toussaint Louverture and the American Civil War: The Promise and Peril of a Second Haitian Revolution. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.

Davis, David Brion. Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World. Oxford, England; New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

Dubois, Laurent. Avengers of the New World: The Story of the Haitian Revolution. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2004.

Geggus, David Patrick. The Impact of the Haitian Revolution in the Atlantic World. Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina, 2001.

Hunt, Alfred N. Haiti's Influence on Antebellum America: Slumbering Volcano in the Caribbean. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1988.

Jackson, Maurice, and Jacqueline Bacon, eds. African Americans and the Haitian Revolution: Selected Essays and Historical Documents. New York: Routledge, 2009.

Rugemer, Edward Bartlett. The Problem of Emancipation: The Caribbean Roots of the American Civil War. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2008.

 

 

"Accounts from Cape Francois Regarding the Revolution (May 1792)." The Pennsylvania Gazette, June 27, 1792.

"Agreement between the White Citizens of Port-Au-Prince and the Citizens of Color, September the 11th, 1791." The Pennsylvania Gazette, October 18, 1791.

"The American Organ." The National Era, August 30, 1855

"Celebration of the 1st of August in Hayti." The Colored American, September 22, 1838.

"A Colored Community." The Colored American, July 1, 1837.

"The Colored Population of the United States." The National Era, April 24, 1851.

"The Danger to the South." The New York Times, May 9, 1855.

"Denmark Vesey." In The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 7, 728-44. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1861.

"Effects of Emancipation." In De Bow's Review, Volume 19, edited by J.D.B. De Bow, 226-27. New Orleans, Washington D.C.: np., 1855.

"Emancipation of the Blacks [August 1 1818]." In Niles' Weekly Register, from March, 1818 to September, 1818, Volume 14, edited by H. Niles, 382. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1818.

"[Excerpt from a Letter from Mr. Walsh to Secretary of State Webster]." In De Bow's Review, Volume 14, edited by J.D.B. De Bow, 275-77. New Orleans, Washington D.C.: np., 1853.

"Experiment of the Independence of the Negroes in Hayti." In De Bow's Review, Volume 25, edited by J.D.B. De Bow, 31-34. New Orleans, Washington D.C.: np., 1858.

"Firsthand Accounts of Haitian Revolution [August and September 1791]." The Pennsylvania Gazette, October 12, 1791.

"Free Negroes and Slaves [April 6 1833]." In Niles' Weekly Register, from March, 1833, to September, 1833, Volume 44, edited by H. Niles, 95-96. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1833.

"Free Negroes in Hayti." In De Bow's Review, Volume 27, edited by J.D.B. De Bow, 526-49. New Orleans, Washington D.C.: np., 1859.

"From the Glasgow Argus. The American Union and Slavery." The Liberator, December 19, 1845.

"Haiti." The Colored American, November 3, 1838.

"Haiti and the British West Indies." The Liberator, August 24, 1838.

"Hayti." The Liberator, January 11, 1839.

"Hayti (September 27 1823)." In Niles' Weekly Register, from September, 1823, to March, 1824, Volume 25, edited by H. Niles, 50-53. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1824.

"Hayti and the Haytiens." In De Bow's Review, Volume 16, edited by J.D.B. De Bow, 32-38. New Orleans, Washington D.C.: np., 1854.

"Historical Evidence, Concerning the Effects of Immediate Emancipation." In The Legion of Liberty! : And Force of Truth, Containing the Thoughts, Words, and Deeds of Some Prominent Apostles, Champions, and Martyrs, np. New York: Sold at the office of the American A. S. Society, 1843.

"Immediate Emancipation." The Colored American, February 10, 1838.

"Independence of Hayti [August 17 1822]." In Niles' Weekly Register, from March to September, 1822, Volume 22, edited by H. Niles, 391. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1822.

"The Insurrection at St. Domingo." The Liberator, July 30, 1841.

"Intellect of Colored Men (Excerpt)." In The Anti-Slavery Record, Volume 3, 133, 38-41. New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1838.

"'The Lesson of the Hour.' Address of Wendell Phillips on the Insurrection at Harper's Ferry." Douglass' Monthly, December, 1859.

"[Letter from the Postmaster General]." The Liberator, September 19, 1835.

"Letter to Henry Clay." The North Star, December 3, 1847.

"[Letter to the Editor Regarding Haitian Independence]." Frederick Douglass' Paper, March 16, 1855.

"Lord Sligo's Visit to St. Domingo." The Liberator, September 17, 1836.

"Mr. Grennell's Speech, in the U.S. House of Representatives." The Liberator, January 11, 1839.

"News from Hayti; Ovation to an American Abolitionist, Highfalutin Speeches and Resolutions...". The New York Times, October 26, 1860.

"No Union with Slaveholders!...Representing Slave Insurrections." The Liberator, May 24, 1861.

"On Which Side Is Mercy?". The Liberator, April 17, 1863.

"Our Country and Hayti." The Colored American, March 18, 1837.

"Picture of St. Domingo." In Literary Magazine and American Register for 1803-1804. From October to March Inclusive, Volume 1, 446-50. Philadelphia: Printed for Joseph Conrad and Co., etc., 1804.

"[Rebuttal to] Review of the Debate in the Virginia Legislature of 1831 and 1832, by Thomas R. Dew...". In The Genius of Universal Emancipation, Vol 3 (Third Series), edited by Benjamin Lundy, 162-65. Washington D.C.: np., 1833.

"Recognition of Hayti." The Liberator, January 4, 1839.

"Refuge of Oppression. From the Washington Union. Abolitionism." The Liberator, February 20, 1857.

"Refuge of Oppression. Massacre the Natural Result of the 'Proclamation'." The Liberator, April 3, 1863.

"Refuge of Oppression. Wendell Phillips." The Liberator, February 24, 1860.

"[Reprint from the New York Commercial Advertiser, September 27, 1834]." In Niles' Weekly Register, from September, 1834 to March, 1835, Volume 47, edited by H. Niles, 59. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1835.

"[Reprint of an Article from a New York Newspaper]." In Niles' Weekly Register, from March, 1834 to September, 1834, Volume 46, edited by H. Niles, 366-67. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1834.

"Resolutions Adopted by the A.A.S. Society." The Colored American, June 10, 1837.

"[Review of Several Publications on Haiti]." In The North American Review and Miscellaneous Journal, Volume 12, 112-34. Boston: Oliver Everett, 1821.

"Reviews of the Present State of Hayti, with Remarks on Its Agriculture, Commerce, Laws, Religion, Finances, and Population by James Franklin [Originally Published in 1828 in London] and Histoire D’hayti, Depuis Sa Decouverte, Jusqu’en 1824 by Par M. Charles Malo [Originally Published in Paris in 1825]." In The North American Review, Vol 28 (New Series: Vol 29), 150-65. Boston: Frederick T. Gray, 1829.

"Selections from the N.Y. Tribune. Hayti." The Liberator, January 17, 1851.

"Selections. Recognition of the Liberian Republic." The North Star, January 5, 1849.

"A Sketch of the War in St. Domingo." In Literary Magazine and American Register for 1804. From April to December Inclusive, Volume 2, 604-13. Philadelphia: Printed for Joseph Conrad and Co., etc., 1804.

"The Slave Oligarchy." Frederick Douglass' Paper, November 23, 1855.

"Some Remarks on the Former and Present State of St. Domingo and Hayti." The Liberator, March 10, 1832.

"[Speech by a Pastor from Potsdam, NY]." Freedom's Journal, May 18, 1827.

"Speech of Monsieur D'isambert." The Colored American, August 15, 1840.

"[Speeches at Antislavery Meeting]." The Liberator, July 8, 1859.

"St. Domingo. The Misrepresentation." The National Era, April 13, 1848.

"To the Editors of the National Intelligencer." The Liberator, October 15, 1831.

"Two Articles: 'Immediate Emancipation'; 'Fanatics and Incendiaries'." In The Genius of Universal Emancipation, Vol 3 (Third Series), edited by Benjamin Lundy, 161-62 Washington D.C.: np., 1833.

Adams, John Quincy. "Question of Privilege (Feb 26 1842) " In Niles' National Register, from September, 1841 to March, 1842, Volume 61, edited by H. Niles, 410. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1842.

Alexander, Leslie M. "'The Black Republic': The Influence of the Haitian Revolution on Northern Black Political Consciousness, 1816-1862." In African Americans and the Haitian Revolution: Selected Essays and Historical Documents, edited by Maurice Jackson and Jacqueline Bacon, 57-79. New York: Routledge, 2009.

Alison, Archibald. "[Excerpt Begins 'the Second Catastrophe']." In History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution in 1789, to the Restoration of the Bourbons in 1815, Volume 1, 120-21. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1842.

———. "[Excerpt Begins 'since the Expulsion…']." In History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution in 1789, to the Restoration of the Bourbons in 1815, Volume 2, 251 and footnote. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1842.

American Colonization Society. "'By Delaware' [and] 'Memorial of the Kentucky Colonization Society.'" In African Repository and Colonial Journal, Volume 5, 303-05, 47-49. Washington D.C.: American Colonization Society, 1830.

———. "Memorial to the Legislature of Virginia (Excerpt)." In African Repository and Colonial Journal, Volume 25, 71-75. Washington D.C.: American Colonization Society, 1849.

———. "The President's Message. Liberian Independence." In African Repository and Colonial Journal, Volume 37, 375. Washington D.C.: American Colonization Society, 1861.

———. "Notices of Liberian Commissioners." In African Repository and Colonial Journal, Volume 38, 375. Washington D.C.: American Colonization Society, 1862.

Armistead, Wilson. "A Glance at the Subsequent History of St Domingo, or Hayti." In A Tribute for the Negro; Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and Religious Capabilities of the Coloured Portion of Mankind: With Particular Reference to the African Race, 299-306. Manchester, London, NewYork, Philadelphia: William Irwin, Charles Gilpin, Wm. Harned, H. Longstreth and G.W. Taylor, 1848.

Barskett, James. History of the Island of St. Domingo. New York: Reprinted by Mahlon Day, 1824.

Bayly, T.H., Giddings, Joshua, et al. "Remarks Delivered in the House of Representatives, April 3, 1848, on the Joint Resolutions Tendering the Congratulations of the American People to the French People." In Speeches of Hon. T.H. Bayly, of Virginia, on the French Resolutions, and Upon the Question of Privilege. Delivered in the House of Representatives, April 3, 10, 11, & 21, 1848, 3-24. Washington D.C.: Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, 1848.

Berrien, John. "Speech of John Berrien, Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March, 1826." In Eloquence of the United States, Vol 4, edited by Ebenezer Bancroft Williston, 14-50. Middletown, Conn.: E. & H. Clark, 1827.

Bledsoe, Albert Taylor. "4. The Great Benefit Supposed by American Abolitionists..." In An Essay on Liberty and Slavery, 268-84. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1857.

Branagan, Thomas. "[Discussion of Causes of Revolution in St. Domingo]." In Serious Remonstrances, Addressed to the Citizens of the Northern States, and Their Representatives, 46-54. Philadelphia: Thomas T. Stiles, 1805.

———. Serious Remonstrances, Addressed to the Citizens of the Northern States, and Their Representatives. Philadelphia: Thomas T. Stiles, 1805.

Brown, Jonathan. The History and Present Condition of St. Domingo. Philadelphia: W. Marshall and Co., 1837.

Cartwright, Samuel? "Slavery in the Light of Ethnology: On the Caucasians and the Africans." In Cotton Is King, and Proslavery Arguments, edited by E. N. Elliott, 717-28. Augusta, Ga.: Pritchard, Abbot & Loomis, 1860.

Child, David Lee. "[Excerpt Begins: 'but, Says the Slaveholder and His Parasites.']" In Oration in Honor of Universal Emancipation in the British Empire. 34-38. Boston: Garrison and Knapp, 1834.

Child, Lydia Maria Francis. "Excerpt Begins: 'an Impartial and Careful Examination.'" In An Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called Africans, 86-89. Boston: Allen and Ticknor, 1833.

Christy, David. "Chapter 12." In Cotton Is King: Or the Culture of Cotton, and Its Relation to Agriculture, Manufactures and Commerce. 177-99. New York: Derby & Jackson, 1856.

Clavin, Matthew J. Toussaint Louverture and the American Civil War: The Promise and Peril of a Second Haitian Revolution. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.

Conway, Moncure Daniel. "Chapter 11: 'A Foreign Power.'" In The Rejected Stone; or, Insurrection Vs. Resurrection in America. By a Native of Virginia, 50-58. Boston: Walker, Wise and Company, 1862.

———. "Chapter 19: 'The Great Method of Peace.'" In The Rejected Stone; or, Insurrection Vs. Resurrection in America. By a Native of Virginia, 116-31. Boston: Walker, Wise and Company, 1862.

Davis, David Brion. Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World. Oxford, England; New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

Dew, Thomas. "[Excerpt from Review of the Debate in the Virginia Legislature]." In The Pro-Slavery Argument; as Maintained by the Most Distinguished Writers of the Southern States, 429-42. Philadelphia,: Lippincott, Grambo, & co., 1853.

Drayton, William. "Chapter 21." In The South Vindicated from the Treason and Fanaticism of the Northern Abolitionists, 254-75. Philadelphia: H. Manly, 1836.

Dubois, Laurent. Avengers of the New World: The Story of the Haitian Revolution. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2004.

Edwards, Bryan. "An Historical Survey of the French Colony in the Island of St. Domingo." In The History Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies, Fourth Edition with Considerable Additions, Volume 3, iii-240. London: Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, 1807.

———. "[Excerpt Begins: 'I Might Here Expatiate…'." In The History Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies, Fourth Edition with Considerable Additions, Volume 3, 205-10. London: Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, 1807.

———. "Preface to the First Edition." In The History Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West Indies, Fourth Edition with Considerable Additions, Volume 3, iii-xix. London: Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, 1807.

Elliott, Charles Wyllys. St. Domingo, Its Revolution and Its Hero, Toussaint Louverture. New York: J.A. Dix, 1855.

Estes, Matthew. "[Excerpt Begins: 'but Let Us Now Proceed…']." In A Defence of Slavery as It Exists in the United States, 230-38. Montgomery: Press of the 'Alabama Journal', 1846.

Fanning, Sara C. "The Roots of Early Black Nationalism: Northern African Americans' Invocations of Haiti in the Early Nineteenth Century." In African Americans and the Haitian Revolution: Selected Essays and Historical Documents, edited by Maurice Jackson and Jacqueline Bacon, 39-55. New York: Routledge, 2009.

Franklin, James. "Introduction." In The Present State of Hayti (Saint Domingo), with Remarks on Its Agriculture, Commerce, Laws, Religion, Finances, and Population, 1-12. London: J. Murray, 1828.

———. "Chapter 3." In The Present State of Hayti (Saint Domingo), with Remarks on Its Agriculture, Commerce, Laws, Religion, Finances, and Population, 64-96. London: J. Murray, 1828.

Garrison, William Lloyd. "Our National Visitation." The Liberator, August 29, 1862.

Geggus, David Patrick. The Impact of the Haitian Revolution in the Atlantic World. Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina, 2001.

Hunt, Alfred N. Haiti's Influence on Antebellum America: Slumbering Volcano in the Caribbean. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1988.

Jackson, Maurice, and Jacqueline Bacon, eds. African Americans and the Haitian Revolution: Selected Essays and Historical Documents. New York: Routledge, 2009.

———. "Fever and Fret: The Haitian Revolution and African American Responses." In African Americans and the Haitian Revolution: Selected Essays and Historical Documents, edited by Maurice Jackson and Jacqueline Bacon, 57-79. New York: Routledge, 2009.

James, C. L. R. The Black Jacobins; Toussaint L'ouverture and the San Domingo Revolution. 2d ed. New York: Vintage Books, 1963.

Jay, William. "Chapter 7: Safety of Immediate Emancipation; Chapter 8: Emancipation in St. Domingo and Guadaloupe, and Present State of St. Domingo." In An Inquiry into the Character and Tendency of the American Colonization, and American Anti-Slavery Societies, 168-87. New York: Leavitt, Lord & Co., 1835.

Jefferson, Thomas. "Letter from Thomas Jefferson to St. George Tucker, August 28 1797." In The Works of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 8, edited by Paul Leicester Ford, 334-36. New York, London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1904.

———. "Letter from Thomas Jefferson to the U.S. Minister to Great Britain (Rufus King), July 13 1802." In The Works of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 9, edited by Paul Leicester Ford, 383-87. New York, London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1905.

Jordan, Winthrop D. White over Black: American Attitudes toward the Negro, 1550-1812. New York: Norton, 1977.

Louverture, Toussaint. "Proclamation (Reprint from New York Gazette)." The Pennsylvania Gazette, October 29, 1800.

Martineau, Harriet. The Hour and the Man. A Historical Romance. New York: Harper Brothers, 1841.

Oates, Stephen B. The Fires of Jubilee: Nat Turner's Fierce Rebellion. 1st ed. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

Rainsford, Marcus. An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti: Comprehending a View of the Principal Transactions in the Revolution of Saint Domingo; with Its Ancient and Modern State. London: J. Cundee, 1805.

———. "Chapter 2." In An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti: Comprehending a View of the Principal Transactions in the Revolution of Saint Domingo; with Its Ancient and Modern State, 95-108. London: J. Cundee, 1805.

———. "Chapter 6." In An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti: Comprehending a View of the Principal Transactions in the Revolution of Saint Domingo; with Its Ancient and Modern State, 359-64. London: J. Cundee, 1805.

Rice, David. Slavery Inconsistent with Justice and Good Policy. New York: Printed by Samuel Wood, 1812.

Rugemer, Edward Bartlett. The Problem of Emancipation: The Caribbean Roots of the American Civil War. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2008.

Saunders, Prince, ed. Haytian Papers. A Collection of the Very Interesting Proclamations and Other Official Documents; Together with Some Account of the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the Kingdom of Hayti with a Preface by Prince Saunders, Agent of the Haytian Government London: Printed for W. Reed, 1816.

Smith, James McCune. A Lecture on the Haytien Revolutions; with a Sketch of the Character of Toussaint L'ouverture. Delivered at the Stuyvesant Institute ... February 26, 1841. New-York: Printed by D. Fanshaw, 1841.

Tate?, Captain. "The Lesson of St. Domingo." The Liberator, July 19, 1861

Taylor, John. "Number 28: Labour." In Arator; Being a Series of Agricultural Essays, Practical & Political: In Sixty-One Numbers, 114-18. Georgetown, Columbia: J.M. Carter, 1814.

Tise, Larry E. Proslavery: A History of the Defense of Slavery in America, 1701-1840. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1987.

Wright, Elizur. "The Horrors of St. Domingo." In Quarterly Anti-Slavery Magazine, Vol 1, edited by Elizur Wright, 241-307. New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1836.

———. The Lesson of St. Domingo: How to Make the War Short and the Peace Righteous. np. 1861.