“My Laborers in Haiti Are Not Slaves”: Proslavery Fictions and a Black Colonization Experiment on the Northern Coast, 1835–1846

@article{Fleszar2012MyLI,
  title={“My Laborers in Haiti Are Not Slaves”: Proslavery Fictions and a Black Colonization Experiment on the Northern Coast, 1835–1846},
  author={Mark J. Fleszar},
  journal={The Journal of the Civil War Era},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={478 - 510}
}
  • Mark J. Fleszar
  • Published 2 November 2012
  • History
  • The Journal of the Civil War Era
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