Toussaint's Clause : The Founding Fathers and the Haitian Revolution

Format: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 2005-02-01
Publisher(s): Univ Pr of Mississippi
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The story of an early American foreign policy crisis and its lasting effect on liberty and the Caribbean

Table of Contents

Foreword vii
Preface ix
Introduction 3(5)
July 1790 8(15)
St. Domingue 23(22)
White Cockade, Red Cockade 45(21)
The Cost of Neutrality 66(23)
Trouble with Britain 89(17)
Trouble with France 106(20)
Toussaint's Clause 126(18)
Creating a Quarantine 144(18)
The St. Domingo Station 162(17)
Jefferson Equivocates 179(20)
The Leclerc Expedition 199(14)
St. Domingo and Louisiana 213(16)
A Risky Trade 229(16)
The Clearance Act Debate 245(18)
The Trade Suspended 263(16)
Embargo and Neglect 279(13)
Epilogue 292(4)
Notes 296(14)
Bibliography 310(7)
Index 317

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