Table of contents for Facing racial revolution : eyewitness accounts of the Haitian Insurrection / Jeremy D. Popkin [editor].

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List of Illustrations	000
Foreword	000
Introduction: From Saint-Domingue to Haiti: Eyewitness Narratives of the Haitian Revolution
1. Becoming a Slavemaster	000
2. The Ogé Insurrection	000
3. The First Days of the Slave Insurrection	000
4. A Poet in the Midst of Insurrection: AMon Odyssée@	000
5. An Expedition against the Insurgents in November 1791	000
6. Inside the Insurgency: Gros=s Historick Recital	000
7. Prisoners of the Insurgents in 1792	000
8. Fighting and Atrocities in the South Province in 1792B1793	000
9. Masters and Their Slaves during the Insurrection	000
10. The Destruction of Cap Français in June 1793	000
11. A Colonist at Sea, 1793	000
12. Imagining the Motives behind the Insurrection	000
13. A Colonist among the Spanish and the British	000
14. A White Captive in the Struggle against the Leclerc Expedition	000
15. A Family Reunion and a Religious Conversion	000
16. A Woman=s View of the Last Days of Cap Français	000
17. A Child=s Memories of the Last Days of Saint-Domingue	000
18. A Survivor of Dessalines=s Massacres in 1804	000
19. The Story of the Last French Survivors in Saint-Domingue	000
Bibliography	000
Notes	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Haiti -- History -- Revolution, 1791-1804 -- Personal narratives.