Genealogy Projects tagged with Haiti on the Geni Family Tree

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  • French Portal / Portail français

    Bienvenue sur le portail français de Geni ! For an introduction in English, please go to the International French Portal . Objectif L’objectif du portail se résume en quatre points… Faciliter la coopération entre francophones dans la recherche généalogique L’amorce de nouveaux projets communs qui concernent la communauté francophone L’ identification de sources permettant aux no...

  • Saint Domingue (Haitian Revolution) Refugees - New Orleans & Elsewhere

    Refugees from the Revolution in Saint Domingue (Haiti) that immigrated into New Orleans, the Gulf Coast and elsewhere from 1791 to 1810. Resources Settlers of St. Domingue, 1750-1800 Surnames of Some Saint-Domingue Refugee Families The Road to Louisiana: The Saint-Domingue Refugees, 1792–1809 From Saint-Domingue to New Orleans: Migration and Influences The 1809 Immigration of Sain...

  • Banana Wars

    The Banana Wars consist or are a series of wars where the U.S. invading and occupied various Caribbean and Central American countries. Spanish-American War Occupation of Nicaragua, 1912-1933 (21 years). First occupation, 1912-1925. Second occupation, 1926-1933. Depression marks U.S. troop withdrawals, 1933. Occupation of Veracruz, Mexico, 1914 (see Border War (1910-1919)) Occupation o...

  • Haiti Portal

    This is the Master Project or Portal for the Caribbean country of Haiti. For instructions on how to use Geni, refer to the Geni Help Portal Haiti (i/ˈheɪti/; French: Haïti [a.iti]; Haitian Creole: Ayiti [ajiti]), officially the Republic of Haïti (République d'Haïti; Repiblik Ayiti[7]), is a Caribbean country. It occupies the western, smaller portion of the island of Hispaniola, in the Gre...

  • Haiti - 20th century

    20th century In January 1914, British, German and U.S. military forces entered Haiti, ostensibly to protect their citizens from civil unrest at the time.[75] In an expression of the Theodore Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, the United States occupied the island in 1915. U.S. Marines were stationed in the country until 1934, a period of nineteen years. Sisal was introduced to Ha...

  • Haiti - Early post-independence

    Early post-independence The independence of Saint-Domingue was proclaimed by Dessalines on 1 January 1804.[12] The exact number of deaths due to the Haitian revolution is unknown. Slaves that made it to Haiti from the trans-Atlantic journey and slaves born in Haiti were first documented in Haiti's archives and transferred to France's Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...

  • Colonial Governors of Saint-Domingue (Haiti)

    This project is for the list of colonial governors of Saint-Domingue (Haiti). Since 1659, Saint-Domingue (now the Republic of Haiti), was a French colony, recognized by Spain on September 20, 1697. From September 20, 1793 to October 1798 parts of the island were under British occupation.[1] Governors (1691-1714) October 1, 1691 - July 1700 Jean du Casse July 1700 - December 16, 1703...