Toussaint L'ouverture And The San Domingo Revolution
10 pages in length. Rebellion was part of the enslaved people's everyday lives in San Domingo. Not a day went by that they did not plan and scheme and devise ways to gain their freedom, a freedom that was unjustly oppressed by the white population. Yet so vigilantly controlled were the
slaves that rebellion became a near-impossibility, that is, until Toussaint L'Ouverture took the responsibility of leading the slaves to inevitable freedom by means of revolt. Bibliography lists 9 sources.