Recepie for The Hatian Revolution
4/5 cup of slaves
1/10 cup of free people
2 cups of inequality
dash of British and French soldiers
3 tbs of a growing economy
1 European army
2 tps of French troops
4 important crops that needed the work of slaves
6 frustrated cups of slaves that wanted freedom
4 tbs of hope and encouragement
1 inspiring constitution
1 amazing leader named Toussaint Louveture
1 army led by Toussaint
1/2 of Nepolian's rule
1 independent nation
1. preheat oven to 1791 degrees
2. mix the 4/5 of slaves with the 1/10 cup of free people together in Saint Domingue
3. add in the 2 cups of inequality and torturing of slaves
4. add the one inspiring constitution, amazing leader, 6 cups of frustrated slaves that wanted freedom, 4 tbs of hope and encouragement, and army led by Toussaint in one bowl.
5. pour the mix into a rebellion against the Europeans
6. when you take it out you will see the French granting the slaves freedom
7. next, sprinkle the 2 tps of French troops to maintain order and offer freedom1/2 to only slaves who join the French army
8. as the slaves rise from the pan, slavery is completely abolished
9. add 1/2 of Nepolian's rule to make Spain surrender to France, but fails.
10. the finally let sit for 13 years and you have 1 independent nation!!
11. enjoy freedom!
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The United States and the Haitian Revolution, 1791–1804 - 1784–1800 - Milestones - Office of the Historian. (n.d.). Retrieved March 26, 2015, from http://history.state.gov/milestones/1784-1800/haitian-rev