Education in Haiti

  title={Education in Haiti},
  author={Rayford Whittingham Logan},
  journal={The Journal of Negro History},
  pages={401 - 460}
  • R. Logan
  • Published 1 October 1930
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of Negro History
Few Latin-American countries have been more cursed with "chronic wrongdoing and impotence" than the Republic of Haiti prior to 1915. Heredity-mongers interested in proving the Negro's inherent incapacity for self-government, historians desirous of justifying the American intervention, the American government itself, and even Haitian patriots have all dilated upon the opera-bo1ffe which ran almost interminably during the period of independence. In support of this view Mr. H. P. Davis, the latest… 
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2,514,910's Industrial Schools Arts and Trades Sehools
26,832 Public secondary education for boys
Experimental breeding station
Experimental coffee station
Laboratory analysis of soil
Private primnary education for girls Schools
Private secondary education for boys
Upper elementary education for girls