By Maurice J. Bric William Mulligan
The abolition of slavery throughout huge elements of the realm used to be some of the most major changes within the 19th century, shaping economies, societies, and political associations. This e-book indicates how the foreign context was once crucial in shaping the abolition of slavery.
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W. 31 Maxwell was anxious to reduce the burden on the colony’s treasury, yet aware of the human need that underlay the expense and, moreover, the reality that those people left unprovided for upon liberation represented a substantial and growing population. On several occasions, Maxwell attempted to secure further ﬁnancial resources from Britain to allow a properly managed, centrally funded rice-rationing programme to continue to support the most vulnerable. 32 Nevertheless, by the end of Maxwell’s tenure in 1814, bills drawn “for the Subsistence and Maintenance, &c.
20 24 Haitian Anti-slavery and National Independence More than a year after the end of these negotiations, Dessalines reafﬁrmed these boundaries in his national constitution. 21 Early Haitian leaders considered the entire island of Hispaniola to be under their authority. 22 This small force made real the threat of a French re-invasion and shaped the ways in which Haitian leaders perceived the boundaries of their nation. 23 Edward Corbet visited Haiti twice in early 1804 but the two governors could not agree upon a treaty.
Jean-Jacques Dessalines, “Journal de Campagnes”, The National Archives (TNA), London CO 137. 2. ” “Liberté ou la Mort”, TNA, CO 137/111, fo. 113. 3. A small number of whites were also allowed to remain in Haiti after independence and in Dessalines’s 1805 constitution they were given full rights as citizens. “13. L’article precedent ne pourra produire aucun effet, tant à l’égard des femmes blanches qui sont naturalisées haïtiennes par le Gouvernement, qu’à l’égard des enfans nés ou à naître d’elles.
A Global History of Anti-slavery Politics in the Nineteenth Century by Maurice J. Bric William Mulligan