A Civilization That Perished: The Last Years of White Colonial Rule in Haiti

@inproceedings{Fick1986ACT,
  title={A Civilization That Perished: The Last Years of White Colonial Rule in Haiti},
  author={Carolyn E. Fick},
  year={1986}
}
  • C. Fick
  • Published 1 February 1986
  • History
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