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 Front Cover
 Title Page
 Foreword
 Table of Contents
 Introduction
 Agriculture
 Art
 Bibliographies
 Demography
 Economics
 Education
 Family
 Fiction
 Health
 History
 Humanities
 Independence
 Languages
 Literature
 Migration
 Occupation
 Politics
 Popular
 Relations with United States
 Religion
 Sociocultural
 Urbanism
 General
 Author Index






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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Title Page
        Page i
        Page ii
    Foreword
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    Table of Contents
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    Introduction
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    Agriculture
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    Art
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    Bibliographies
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    Demography
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    Economics
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    Education
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    Family
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    Fiction
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    Health
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    History
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    Humanities
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    Independence
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    Languages
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    Literature
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    Migration
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    Occupation
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    Politics
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    Popular
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    Relations with United States
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    Religion
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    Sociocultural
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    Urbanism
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    General
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    Author Index
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June 1985


Robert Lawless, compiler











Center for Latin American Studies
University of Florida
Gainesville FL 32611

Helen I. Safa, Director


















Paper No. 6

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON HAITI:
English and Creole Items
by Robert Lawless, comp.




































Copyright 1985

University of Florida

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED









Caribbean Migration Program


The Occasional Papers of the Caribbean Migration Program are published
by the Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida. Helen I.
Safa, Director of the Center, administers the Caribbean Migration Program
and is series editor of the Occasional Papers. The Caribbean Migration
Program began in January 1982 with support from the Tinker and Ford
Foundations and the University of Florida. The Program's goals are to:

- train new scholars in the field of Caribbean migration
- review the existing state of knowledge concerning Caribbean migration in
order to identify priorities for research and action
- generate and disseminate research in these priority areas
- establish collaborative relationships with other scholars and
institutions in the Caribbean and in the United States working on
migration
- serve as an integrating mechanism and informational clearinghouse for
research and forums on all aspects of migration, particular to Florida
and southeastern United States

The Caribbean Migration Program maintains a Visiting Scholars Program,
predoctoral fellowships, graduate seminars, and a roster of researchers.
In 1983 the University of Florida Libraries in cooperation with the Center
published an extensive bibliography on Caribbean migration (i.e., Rosemary
Brana-Shute's A Bibliography of Caribbean Migration and Caribbean
Immigration Communities). In addition to the present monograph on Haiti,
the Caribbean Migration Program Occasional Paper Series includes these five
other monographs:

No. 1: Migration and Caribbean Cultural Identity: Selected Papers from
Conference Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Center. 1982. (out of
print)

No. 2: Caribbean Workers in the Florida Sugar Cane Industry. Terry L.
McCoy and Charles H. Wood. 1982. (out of print)

No. 3: Haitian Migration and the Haitian Economy. Terry L. McCoy, ed.
1984. (out of print)

No. 4: Women and Migration--Latin America and the Caribbean: A Selective
Annotated Bibliography. Mary Garcia Castro, Jean Gearing, and Margaret
Gill, comps. 1984. (out of print)

No. 5: Jose Martf, Architect of Social Unity: Class Tensions in the
Cuban Emigre Communities of the United States, 1887-1895. Gerald E. Poyo.
1984.


For further information write to:

Center for Latin American Studies
319 Grinter Hall
University of Florida
Gainesville FL 32611












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Introduction .


1. Agriculture


2. Art .


3. Bibliographies


4. Demography .


5. Economics .


6. Education .


7. Family .


8. Fiction .


9. Health .


10. History .


11. Humanities .


12. Independence


13. Languages .


14. Literature .


15. Migration .


16. Occupation .


17. Politics .


18. Popular .


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Introduction


Since 1977 when they began arriving in Florida in significant numbers,
Haitian immigrants have had an impact on the American conscience rarely
matched by the migrations of any other group. The heartrending spectacle
in 1981 of 33 Haitians drowning after their 25-foot homemade boat capsized
within 50 yards of the shores of the affluent community of Hillsboro Beach,
Florida, was followed on network television by other stories of the
tragedies of the Haitian boat people. The publicity resulted in positive
action by many U.S. civic groups.
Influential newspapers such as the Miami Herald, almost all the major
church groups, and several federal judges castigated the U.S. Immigration
and Naturalization Service for its invariably discriminatory and often
brutal treatment of the Haitians. Legally the Haitians have been
vindicated, but socioeconomically they remain at a terrible disadvantage in
Florida and nationwide.
The public interest in Haitian immigrants is being rapidly translated
into a growing interest in Haitian studies at Florida's academic centers.
There is little doubt that the phenomenon of Haitian migration cannot be
effectively studied without an understanding of the history and culture of
Haiti. There is also little doubt that the best collection in the world of
Haitian materials in French, English, and Spanish is in the University of
Florida Libraries.
There are still a few classics in French that have not been translated
into English (or Haitian Creole), but any researcher can obtain all the
fundamental information about Haiti through English. In fact, most of the
younger American researchers are more interested in learning Creole than
French. French is, after all, used fluently by maybe only eight percent of
the Haitian population, while every Haitian knows Creole. Certainly it is
better to use Creole in fieldwork among Haitians since French is--even for
the most sophisticated elite--a second language. In addition, the
prejudices held against Creole, especially by the elite, have been
diminishing in the last few decades. And English is rapidly rivaling
French as the second language of Haiti.
Indeed this bibliography began as an investigation of the occasionally
heard suggestion that there is very little written in English about Haiti.
The size of this bibliography is a partial response to such a notion.
Although a large number of English-language works was indeed located, this
bibliography makes no pretense at being a complete collection of everything
in English available on Haiti. For example, U.S. government documents and
various historical documents in English are not included, nor are book
reviews, items from newspapers or weekly news journals, and writings on the
natural sciences are not well represented here.
For the most part.the items in this bibliography may be found in the
regular shelving areas of the main and branch units of the University of
Florida Libraries by following the call numbers on the last line of most
entries. Many of the items are in the Latin American Collection, and these
call numbers are prefixed with "Lac." Items that are in special
collections are noted by such prefixes as "Lac(Spec)," Latin American
Collection Special Collection; "Micro," Main Library Microform Center; and
"Ref," Main Library Reference Room. Branch libraries are also designated
by call-number prefixes such as "AgrLib" for Agricultural Library, "LawLib"
for Law Library, "IbcLib" for Institute of Black Culture Library, and so
forth.







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If an entry has a prefix but not a call number, this indicates that it
was on order or was being processed for cataloging at the final compiling
of this bibliography. An "Lac" prefix shows that it will appear in the
Latin American Collection, and a "Main," that it will appear in the main
collection. Items without a prefix or a call number are not in the
University of Florida Libraries but are usually available through
interlibrary loan.
This bibliography is divided into twenty-three separate
"sub-bibliographies":

(1) "Agriculture" covers such contemporary topics as geology, land
tenure, rural development, soil erosion, and work groups. Of particular
interest historically are the items focusing on the land reforms following
the independence of 1804.
(2) "Art" reflects the fact that Haiti has received worldwide
attention for its so-called primitive art.
(3) "Bibliographies" contains bibliographies in English.
(4) "Demography" is quite short since statistics are very difficult to
come by in Haiti.
(5) "Economics" covers a variety of topics ranging from the foreign
debt of Haiti to activities in the local marketplace.
(6) "Education" contains orthodox works on education as well as a few
items on the teaching of Creole and the organization of libraries.
(7) "Family" focuses on the kinship and domestic institutions, though
the word is difficult to define in the Haitian context.
(8) "Fiction" contains mostly American authors. Haitian authors
usually write in French, and very little of their fiction is translated.
All of the fiction in Creole that is carried in the University of Florida
Libraries is listed plus a few other items available through interlibrary
loan.
(9) "Health" covers Haitians migrants as well as the population in
Haiti.
(10) "History" contains items up to 1957 except those specifically on
the period of independence from 1789 to 1804 or on the period of the U.S.
occupation from 1915 to 1934. Both of these periods are covered in
separate bibliographies. The Duvalier era from 1957 to the present is in
the bibliography on "Politics."
(11) "Humanities" is a grab bag of items dealing with such topics as
dance, fashions, and folklore; and it even contains some phonograph records
of Haitian music that are available in the University of Florida Music
Library.
(12) "Independence" covers from 1789 to 1804 with some items on the
immediate aftermath of independence. Many of the works focus on the great
personalities of this period: Toussaint Louverture, Jean-Jacques
Dessalines, and Henri Christophe.
(13) "Language" contains both linguistic discussions about Haitian
Creole and items written in Creole. It also contains works on other
French-based Creoles, such as the Indian Ocean and Trinidadian Creoles.
(14) "Literature" deals with the literary criticism of the novels,
poems, and essays of Haitian writers; and it includes some of these poems
and essays. Much of this work revolves around concepts of negritude.
(15) "Migration" carries, for the most part, items concerned with
Haitian immigrants outside of Haiti since very little has been written on
internal migration.







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(16) "Occupation" refers to the U.S. occupation, and the bibliography
is devoted primarily to the period from 1915 to 1934.
(17) "Politics" focuses on the Haiti of Frangois Duvalier from 1957 to
1971 and on the contemporary period under his son Jean-Claude from 1971 to
mid 1985. Many of these works are rabidly anti-Duvalier, and some of them
might more comfortably fit into the category of popular writings.
(18) "Popular" demonstrates that Haiti has probably had more
foolishness written about it than any other country of its size. Most of
these works focus on sensationalist notions of Voodoo, and many of them are
outright racist.
(19) "Relations with the United States" contains items for other than
the 1915-1934 period.
(20) "Religion" is the longest bibliography and reflects the
preoccupation of many writers with Voodoo. Some of these items also appear
in the "Popular" bibliography, and it would be easy to argue that they do
not belong on a list of serious works on religion.
(21) "Sociocultural" contains works dealing with social structures
larger than the family.
(22) "Urbanism" has only a few items since Haiti is primarily a rural
country and also since research into urban Haiti is very new.
(23) "General" covers everything that does not fit neatly into the
other bibliographies.

Occasionally different chapters from the same book are listed
separately in different bibliographies, and where appropriate, items are
listed in more than one bibliography.
Some entries carry a brief annotation on the last line. The compiler
followed no set guidelines in the annotations, though exceptionally
wrongheaded or exceptionally accurate items are usually noted.
Authors are listed alphabetically in the "Index." The number beside
the name refers to the individual listing, not to the page.

Although all items were reviewed by the compiler, mistakes have surely
crept into this bibliography. Any corrections, additions, changes,
complaints, and comments will be appreciated. Please address them to:

Robert Lawless
Department of Anthropology
University of Florida
Gainesville FL 32611







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1. Haiti: Agriculture

1. Augelli, John P. 1960. Cultural Misconceptions of Man-Land Patterns
in Haiti. Geographical Review 50:276-278.
910.5/6345; review of Young 1958

2. Balch, Emily Greene. 1927. Notes on the Land Situation in Haiti. In
Occupied Haiti. Emily Greene Balch, ed. Pp. 65-81. New York: Writers.
Lac327.73/B174o

3. Carty, Winthrop P. 1983. The Regreening of Haiti: Is Tree-Cropping
the Answer? Americas 35(5):5-7,36-39.
Lac905/A512; on Gerald Murray

4. Cauvin, Nicole Xavier. 1975. Haiti: A Sociological Analysis of the
Agrarian Reforms of 1804. Ph.D. dissertation, New York University.
Lac(Micro); Marxist interpretation

5. Comhaire-Sylvain, Suzanne. 1952. Land Tenure in the Marbial Region of
Haiti. In Acculturation in the Americas. Sol Tax. ed. Pp. 180-184. New
York: Cooper Square.
301.24/1613a

6. Dorsinville, Luc. 1932. The Rivers and Lakes of Haiti. Bulletin of
the Pan American Union 66:188-193.
Lac905/P187

7. 1933. The Plains of Haiti. Bulletin of the Pan American
Union 67:668-672.
Lac905/P187

8. Erasmus, Charles John. 1952. Agricultural Changes in Haiti: Patterns
of Resistance and Acceptance. Human Organization 11(4):20-26.
305/H9185

9. 1956. Culture Structure and Process: The Occurrence and
Disappearance of Reciprocal Farm Labor. Southwestern Journal of
Anthropology 12:444-469.
572.05/S889

10. Etienne, Mary-Rose. 1979. The Impact of Development Programs on
Women's Roles in Haiti. M.A. thesis, University of Florida.
Lac378/FO/1979/E84i, Archives

11. Folsom, Robert S. 1954. Haitian Economy. Ph.D. dissertation,
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
Chapters 2,6

12. Gregg, M. 1958. Cleobert's Farm. Americas 10(11):22-25.
Lac905/A512

13. Hall, Robert Burnett. 1929. The Soci4t6 Congo of the Ile A Gonave.
American Anthropologist 31:685-700.
572.05/A512






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14. Herskovits, Melville J. 1937. Life in a Haitian Valley. New York:
Knopf.
Lac917.294/5721; Chapter 4; the very best of Boasian anthropology

15. Holly, Marc Aurele. 1955. Agriculture in Haiti. New York: Vantage.
Lac630.97294/H746a

16. Komite Liv CPAL la. 1984. Kout Flach sou Jewografi Dayiti.
[Port-au-Prince]: Boukan.

17. Laborie, P. J. 1798. The Coffee Planter of Saint Domingo: With an
Appendix Containing a View of the Constitution, Government, Laws, and State
of That Colony, Previous to the Year 1789. London: Cadell and Davies.
Lac(Micro)F1921/.B1385; written for Jamaican planters by planter from
Parish of Borne

18. Lacerta, Robert K. 1975. The First Land Reform in Latin America:
The Reforms of Alexander POtion, 1809-1814. Inter-American Economic
Affairs 28:77-85.
Lac330.627/1614

19. 1978. Evolution of Land and Labor in the Haitian
Revolution, 1791-1820. Americas 34:449-459.
Lac970.05/A512

20. Lobeck, Elmire M. 1954. Haiti: A Brief Survey of Its Past and
Present Agricultural Problems. Journal of Geography 53:277-290.
910.7/J86

21. Lundahl, Mats. 1979. Peasants and Poverty: A Study of Haiti. New
York: St. Martin's.
LacHN212.5/.L86; Chapters 5,6; excellent

22. 1983. Peasants, Government and Technological Change in
Haitian Agriculture. In Politics, Public Administration and Rural
Development in the Caribbean. Hans F. Illy, ed. Munich: Weltforum.
Lac; found in 1983 (Economics)

23. M4traux, Alfred. 1951. Making a Living in the Marbial Valley
(Haiti). Paris: UNESCO.

24. Metraux, Rhoda. 1952. Affiliations Through Work in Marbial, Haiti.
Primitive Man 25:1-22.
572.05/A6289

25. Moore, 0. Ernest. 1972. Haiti: Its Stagnant Society and Shackled
Economy. New York: Exposition.
Lac309.17294/M823h; Chapters 12,13

26. Murray, Gerald F. 1977. The Evolution of Haitian Peasant Land
Tenure: A Case Study in Agricultural Adaptation to Population Growth.
Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University.
Lac(Micro); Chapter 11; two years fieldwork on Cul-de-Sac Plain







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27. 1978a. Informal Subdivision and Land Insecurity: An
Analysis of Haitian Peasant Land Tenure. Port-au-Prince: U.S. Agency for
International Development.
Lac

28. 1978b. Land Tenure, Land Insecurity, and Planned
Agricultural Development Among Haitian Peasants. Port-au-Prince: U.S.
Agency for International Development.
Lac

29. 1979. Terraces, Trees, and the Haitian Peasant: An
Assessment of Twenty-Five Years of Erosion Control in Rural Haiti.
Prepared for USAID/Haiti.
Lac

30. 1984. The Wood Tree as a Peasant Cash-Crop: An
Anthropological Strategy for the Domestication of Energy. In Haiti--Today
and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert
Valdman, eds. Pp. 141-160. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of
America.
Lac

31. Murray, Gerald F., and Marfa D. Alvarez. 1975. Haitian Bean
Circuits: Cropping and Trading Maneuvers among a Cash-Oriented Peasantry.
In Working Papers in Haitian Society and Culture. Sidney W. Mintz, ed.
Pp. 85-126. New Haven, Connecticut: Antilles Research Program, Yale
University.
Lac309.17294/W926

32. Palmer, Charles. 1975. History of a Valley. Americas 27(9):2-7.
Lac905/A512

33. 1976. Land Use and Landscape Change along the
Dominican-Haitian Borderlands. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Florida.
Lac378/FO/1976/P1731, Archives

34. Roe, Terry L. 1978. An Economic Evaluation of the Haitian
Agricultural Marketing System. Washington, D.C.: Agency for International
Development.
Found in International Programs, Tropical Agriculture, 3028 McCarty Hall

35. Smucker, Glenn R. 1982. Peasants and Development Politics: A Study
in Haitian Class and Culture. Ph.D. dissertation, New School for Social
Research.
LacGT5690/.H31S61

36. Street, John M. 1960. Historical and Economic Geography of the
Southwest Peninsula of Haiti. Ph.D. dissertation, University of
California.

37. Underwood, Frances W. 1964. Land and Its Manipulation among the
Haitian Peasantry. In Explorations in Cultural Anthropology. Ward H.
Goodenough, ed. Pp. 469-482. New York: McGraw-Hill.
572.04/G649c







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38. Ward, R. 1984. Evaluation of Haitian Agricultural Development with
the Use of Principal Components. Journal of Agricultural Economics
35:243-255.
AgrLib281.8/J85

39. Wood, Harold A. 1961. Physical Influences on Peasant Agriculture in
Northern Haiti. Canadian Geographer 5(2):10-18.
910.5/C2122

40. 1963. Northern Haiti: Land, Land Use, and Settlement:
A Geographical Investigation of the Departement du Nord. Toronto:
University of Toronto Press.
Lac972.94/W875n

41. Woodring, Wendell P., John S. Brown, and Wilbur S. Burbank. 1924.
Geology of the Republic of Haiti. Port-au-Prince: Department of Public
Works, Republic of Haiti.
550/.HI53g; 631 pages!

42. Young, Maurice de. 1958. Man and Land in the Haitian Economy.
Gainesville: University of Florida Press.
Lac980.08/F6361/n.3

43. Zuvekas, Clarence, Jr. 1977. An Annotated Bibliography of
Agricultural Development in Haiti. Washington, D.C.: Sector Analysis
Internalization Group, Foreign Development Division, Economic Research
Service, Department of Agriculture.
Lists many fugitive AID items

44. 1978a. Agricultural Development in Haiti: An Assessment
of Sector Problems, Policies, and Prospects Under Conditions of Severe Soil
Erosion. Washington, D.C.: Agency for International Development.
LacHD1842/.Z991

45. 1978b. Land Tenure, Income, and Employment in Rural
Haiti: .A Survey, rev. ed. Washington, D.C.: Rural Development Division,
Bureau for Latin America, Agency for International Development.
LacHN212.5/.Z88; mostly repeats sections of 1978a

46. 1979. Land Tenure in Haiti and Its Policy Implications:
A Survey of the Literature. Social and Economic Studies 28(4):1-30.
Lac330.5/S678; draws from 1978b







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2. Haiti: Art

47. Adlow, Dorothy. 1952. Church Art in Haiti. Collier's 30(21):74-75.
051/C699

48. Anon. 1947a. Haitian Painting. Life 23(9):58-61.
MicroAP2/.L547; on DeWitt Peters

49. 1947b. Haiti's Art Renaissance. Ebony 3(1):28-29.
Micro051/E16, IbcLib, JouLib

50. 1952. Church Art in Haiti. Life 33(25):64-65.
MicroAP1/.L547

51. Apraxine, Pierre. 1973. Haitian Painting: The Native Tradition.
New York: American Federation of Arts.
Lac759.97294/A652h

52. Arquin, Florence. 1948. Contemporary Popular Art in Haiti. Bulletin
of the Pan American Union 82:10-20.
Lac905/P187


53. 1955. Mexico and Haiti: Two Aspects
In The Caribbean: Its Culture. A. Curtis Wilgus, ed.
Gainesville: University of Florida Press.
Lac972.9/F636p/v.5

54. Benson, Legrace. 1982. A Report from Haiti. Art
25(5/6):117-130.
AfaLib705/A7914


of Caribbean Art.
Pp. 3-14.



International


55. Christensen, Eleanor Ingalls. 1975. The Art of Haiti. South
Brunswick, New Jersey: Barnes.
LacN6606/.C54

56. Coates, Robert M. 1946. Haiti and the Haitians. New Yorker
22(20):49-50.
051/N5678; on painters

57. 1979. The Bewitched Reality of Haitian Art. Unesco
Courier 32(2):28-33.
341.1305/U587

58. Franciscus, John Allen. 1980. Haiti: Voodoo Kingdom to Modern
Riviera. Chicopee, Massachusetts: Burt.
LacF1915.5/.F7261, Lac(Ref); contains guide to artists

59. Koevas, Tibor. 1952. Haitian Mosaic. United Nations World
6(5):16-19.
341.1305/U585

60. Monosiet, Pierre. 1975. Art in Haiti. Black World 24(4):60-67.
051/N393







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61. Peters, DeWitt. 1947. Haiti's Primitive Painters. Harper's Bazaar
81(2821):104-105,159.
MicroTT500/.H3

62. Rodman, Selden. 1948. Renaissance in Haiti: Popular Painters in the
Black Republic. New York: Pellegrini and Cudahy.
Lac759.97294/R693r, AfaLib; by one-time co-director of the Centre d'Art

63. 1950. The Christ of the Haitian Primitives. Harper's
Bazaar 84(2869):106-109,175-177.
646.05/H295

64. 1954. Haiti's New Painters. Tomorrow 3(1):109-122.
133.07/T661h

65. _. 1961. Haiti: The Black Republic, new rev. ed. New
York: Devin-Adair.
Lac972.94/R693h; Chapter 6; rather popularized

66. 1968. A Caribbean Chapter. Americas 20(9):8-15.
Lac905/A512; adapted from The Caribbean

67. 1974. The Miracle of Haitian Art. Garden City, New
York Doubleday.
Lac709.7294/R693m, AfaLib

68. 1978. Artists of Haiti: The Third Generation. Americas
30(10):7-12.
Lac905/A512

69. 1980. Haitian Art: The Third Generation with an
Overlook at the First and Second. Norwalk, Connecticut: Mind.
Lac(Spec)N6606/.H342

70. Stebich, Ute. 1978. Haitian Art. New York: Brooklyn Museum.
LacN6606/.H34, AfaLib

71. Thoby-Marcelin, Philippe. 1949. Magic in Paint. Americas
1(10):24-27,31.
Lac905/A512

72. _. 1959. Haiti. Washington, D.C.: Pan American Union.
Lac709.7294/T449h; primitive artists

73. Tytell, Mellon. 1983. A Camera Catches the Reality of Haitian Art.
Americas 35(2):43-48.
Lac905/A512

74. Watson, Jane. 1945. Haiti's First Art Center. Inter-American
4(9):22-23,33.
Lac327.705/161

75. Williams, Sheldon. c.1969. Voodoo and the Art of Haiti. Nottingham,
England: Morland Lee.







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3. Haiti: Bibliographies

76. Ballantyne, Lygia Maria F. C. 1980. Haitian Publications: An
Acquisitions Guide and Bibliography. Madison: Memorial Library,
University of Wisconsin.
LacZ688/.H27B34

77. Bellegarde-Smith, Patrick. 1982. Haitian Social Thought: A
Bibliographic Survey. Inter-American Review of Bibliography 32:330-337.
LacR015.94/R454

78. Brana-Shute, Rosemary, comp. 1983. A Bibliography of Caribbean
Migration and Caribbean Immigration Communities. Gainesville: Reference
and Bibliographic Department, University of Florida Libraries.
Lac(Ref)Z7164/.13B7

79. Chambers, Frances. 1983. Haiti. World Bibliographic Series. Santa
Barbara, California: CLIO.
Z1531/.C421

80. Dillard, J. L. 1963. Toward a Bibliography of Works Dealing with the
Creole Language of the Caribbean Area, Louisiana, and the Guianas.
Caribbean Studies 3(1):84-95.
Lac972.9005/C2774

81. Gaimari, Francis Anthony, Jr. 1977. Historiographical and
Bibliographical Survey of Primary and Secondary Source Materials Relevant
to the Study of the Haitian Revolution. M.A. thesis, University of
Florida.
Lac378/FO/1977/G141h

82. Herdeck, Donald E. 1979. Caribbean Writers: A
Bio-Bibliographical-Critical Encyclopedia. Washington, D.C.: Three
Continents.
21595/.C364, Lac; by founder of Three Continents Press; Haitian writers on
pp. 261-547

83. Kass, Scott. 1984. A List of All Miami Herald Articles about
Haitians 1979-1983. Miami: Florida International University Libraries.
Lac(Ref)

84. Laguerre, Michel S. (Michel S. Lage). 1978. You Lis Liv Sou Vodou.
Sel 42:34-48.
Lac261.83/S464

85. 1982. The Complete Haitiana: A Bibliographic Guide to
the Scholarly Literature, 1900-1980, 2 vols. Millwood, New York: Kraus.
LacZ1531/.L33; full of errors

86. Lawless, Robert, comp. 1984. A Haitian Bibliography of Items in
English and Creole. Gainesville: Latin American Collection, University of
Florida Libraries.
LacZ1534/.U551; revised, corrected, and updated in 1985







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87. 1985. Bibliography on Haiti: English and Creole Items.
Occasional Papers No. 6. Gainesville: Center for Latin American Studies,
University of Florida.
Lac(Ref); supersedes 1984

88. Mintz, Sidney W., and Vern Carroll. 1964. A Selective Social Science
Bibliography of the Republic of Haiti. Revista Interamericana de Ciencias
Sociales 2:405-419.
Lac305/C569

89. Primus, Wilma. 1973. A Bibliography of Haitian Literature:
1900-1972. Black Images 2(1):44-59,43.
Lac305/C569

90. Shannon, Magdaline W., comp. 1973. Bibliography of Saint Dominique:
Especially for the Period of 1700-1804. Iowa City: University of Iowa.
LacRO16.9729403/S528b

91. Young, Maurice de. 1961. Checklists for Archives and Private
Collections in Haiti. In Handbook of Latin American Studies, Vol. 23.
Nathan A. Haverstock and Earl J. Pariseau, eds. Pp. 406-408. Gainesville:
University of Florida Press.
LacRO16.918/H236

92. Zuvekas, Clarence, Jr. 1977. An Annotated Bibliography of
Agricultural Development in Haiti. Washington, D.C.: Sector Analysis
Internalization Group, Foreign Development Division, Economic Research
Service, Department of Agriculture.
Lists many fugitive AID items

93. 1978. Land Tenure, Income, and Employment in Rural
Haiti: A Survey, rev. ed. Washington, D.C.: Rural Development Division,
Bureau for Latin America, Agency for International Development.
LacHN212.5/.Z88

94. 1979. Land Tenure in Haiti and Its Policy Implications:
A Survey of the Literature. Social and Economic Studies 28(4):1-30.
Lac330.5/S678; draws from 1978







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4. Haiti: Demography

95. Allman, James. 1982. Age at Menarche and Fertility in Haiti. Human
Organization 41:350-355.
305/H9185

96. Allman, James, and John May. 1979. Fertility, Mortality, Migration
and Family Planning in Haiti. Population Studies 33:505-521.
312.05/P831

97. Bazile, Robert. 1975. Demographic Statistics in Haiti. In The
Haitian Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti. Vera Rubin and
Richard P. Schaedel, eds. Pp. 3-10. New York: Teachers College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748

98. Berggren, Gretchen, Nirmala Murthy, and Stephen J. Williams. 1974.
Rural Haitian Women: An Analysis of Fertility Rates. Social Biology
21:368-378.
613.94/E872

99. Brand, W. 1965. Impressions of Haiti. The Hague: (N.P.).
Chapter 1

100. Chen, Kwan-Hwa, and Gerald F. Murray. 1976. Truths and Untruths in
Village Haiti: An Experiment in Third World Survey Research. In Culture,
Natality, and Family Planning. John F. Marshall and Steven Polgar, eds.
Pp. 241-262. Chapel Hill: Carolina Population Center, University of North
Carolina.
301.3208/C292m/n.21

101. Cook, Sherborne F., and Woodrow Borah. 1971. The Aboriginal
Population of Hispaniola. In Essays in Population History: Vol. I:
Mexico and the Caribbean. Pp. 376-410. Berkeley: University of
California Press.
Lac301.32972/C771e

102. Dyer, Donald R. 1954. Distribution of Population on Hispaniola.
Economic Geography 30:337-346.
380.5/E19

103. Hobcraft, John. 1978. The Demographic Situation in Haiti. Santiago
de Chile: Celade.
LacHA755/.U54/n.96

104. Segal, Aaron Lee. 1975. Haiti. In Population Policies in the
Caribbean. Aaron Lee Segal, ed. Pp. 177-215. Lexington, Massachusetts:
Heath.
Lac301.329729/S454p

105. 1984. Demographic Factors in Haitian Development. In
Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster
and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 315-324. Lanham, Maryland: University Press
of America.
Lac







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106. Williams, Stephen J. 1981. Population Dynamics and Health in Haiti.
Social and Economic Studies 30(2):140-156.
Lac330.5/S678

107. World Fertility Survey. 1981. The Haitian Fertility Survey 1977: A
Summary of Findings. Voorburg, Netherlands: International Statistical
Institute.
LacHB961/.A3H341

108. Young, Chester W. 1949. Some Aspects of Haiti's Population and
National Territory Significant in Census Considerations: I: Population
History and Growth. Estadfstica 7:516-529.
Lac310.6/E79

109. 1950a. Some Aspects of Haiti's Population and National
Territory Significant in Census Considerations: II: Population
Characteristics. Estadfstica 8:69-86.
Lac310.6/E79

110. 1950b. Some Aspects of Haiti's Population and National
Territory Significant in Census Considerations: III: Territorial
Divisions. Estadfstica 8:204-216.
Lac310.6/E79

111. 1950c. Some Aspects of Haiti's Population and National
Territory Significant in Census Considerations: IV: The Nature and
Relationship of Settlement Patterns and Population Groupings.
Estadfstica 8:388-399.
Lac310.6/E79







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5. Haiti: Economics

112. Adriyen, Antwan (Antoua-n Adriyin). 1980. JO Kl6er Louvri sou
Ayiti. SOl 45/46:5-13.
Lac261.83/S464

113. 1981. Je Klere Louvri sou Ayiti. Sel 50/51:23-37.
Lac261.83/S464

114. Bellegarde, Dantes. 1936. Haiti and Her Problems: Four Lectures.
University of Puerto Rico Bulletin 7(1):1-57.
Lac378.7295/PJ; by the famous historian, anti-American, and Francophile

115. Cauvin, Henri. 1977. The Haitian Economy: A Case Study of
Underdevelopment. Ph.D., New School for Social Research.
Lac(Micro); Marxist interpretation

116. Comhaire-Sylvain, S. and J. 1964. A Statistical Note on the
Kenscoff Market System, Haiti. Social and Economic Studies 13:397-404.
Lac330.5/S678

117. Commercial Relations and Exports Department, Great Britain. 1956.
Hayti: Economic and Commercial Conditions in Hayti. London: H. M.
Stationery.
Lac330.97294/0786h

118. Diederich, Bernard. 1985. Swine Fever Ironies: The Slaughter of
the Haitian Black Pig. Caribbean Review 14(1):16-17,41.
R016.98/C277

119. Dupuy, Alex. 1976. Spanish Colonialism and the Origin of
Undevelopment in Haiti. Latin American Perspectives 3:5-29.
Lac320.98/L3572

120. Estime, Jean-Robert. 1978. International Sub-Contracting: The Case
of Haiti. Industry and Technology, Occasional Paper No. 36. Paris: OECD
Development Centre.
LacHD2385/.H31E88113

121. Fass, Simon. 1980. The Economics of Survival: A Study of Poverty
and Planning in Haiti. Washington, D. C.: Office of Urban Development,
Bureau for Development Support, Agency for International Development.
LacHD153/.F3771

122. Fleischmann, Ulrich. 1984. Language, Literacy, and
Underdevelopment. In Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary
Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 101-117. Lanham,
Maryland: University Press of America.
Lac

123. Folsom, Robert S. 1954. Haitian Economy. Ph.D. dissertation,
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.







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124. Friedman, John R. P. 1955. Developmental Planning in Haiti: A
Critique of the U.N. Report. Economic Development and Cultural Change
4:39-54.
330.5/E1963

125. Garrity, Monique P. 1975. The Multinational Corporation in
Extractive Industries: A Case Study of Reynolds Haitian Mines, Inc. In
Working Papers in Haitian Society and Culture. Sidney W. Mintz, ed. Pp.
183-290. New Haven, Connecticut: Antilles Research Program, Yale
University.
Lac309.17294/W926

126. 1981a. The Assembly Industries in Haiti: Causes and
Effects. Journal of Caribbean Studies 2:25-37.
LacF2155/.J72; repeated in 1981b

127. 1981b. The Assembly Industries in Haiti: Causes and
Effects, 1967-1973. Review of Black Political Economy 11:203-215.
E185.5/.R45; a repeat of 1981a

128. Girault, Christina A. 1984. Commerce in the Haitian Economy. In
Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster
and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 15-33. Lanham, Maryland: University Press
of America.
Lac

129. Grunwald, Joseph, Leslie Delatour, and Karl Voltaire. 1984.
Offshore Assembly in Haiti. In Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An
Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp.
231-252. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.
Lac

130. Hooper, Michael S. 1984. The Politicization of Human Rights in
Haiti. In Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles
R. Foster and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 283-302. Lanham, Maryland:
University Press of America.
Lac

131. Hubert, Giles A. 1950. Some Problems of a Colonial Economy: A
Study of Economic Dualism in Haiti. Inter-American Economic Affairs
3(4):3-29.
Lac330.627/1614

132. Humphrey, Don D. 1944. Haiti. In Economic Problems of Latin
America. Seymour E. Harris, ed. Pp. 361-371. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Lac330.98/H316e

133. Lacerta, Robert K. 1981. Xenophobia and Economic Decline: The
Haitian Case, 1820-1843. Americas 37:499-515.
Lac970.05/A512

134. Laguerre, Michel S. 1982. Urban Life in the Caribbean: A Study of
a Haitian Urban Community. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Schenkman.
LacHN214/.P6L33; Chapter 3







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135. Latortue, Frangois.
In The Haitian Potential:
Richard P. Schaedel, eds.
Lac309.17294/C748


1975. Reflections on the Haitian
Research and Resources of Haiti.
Pp. 221-239. New York: Teachers


Labor Force.
Vera Rubin and
College Press.


136. Latortue, Paul R. 1983. The External Debt Situation of Haiti. In
Foreign Debt and Latin American Economic Development. Antonio Jorge, Jorge
Salazar-Carillo, and Rene P. Higonnet, eds. Pp. 155-161. New York:
Pergamon.
LacHJ8514.5/.F67

137. 1984. The Haitian Economy in Historical Perspective.
In Haitian Migration and the Haitian Economy. Occasional Papers No. 3.
Terry L. McCoy, ed. Pp. 1-10. Gainesville: Center for Latin American
Studies, University of Florida.
F320/.H15H31, Lac


138. Locher, Uli (Huldrych
Port-au-Prince. In Working
W. Mintz, ed. Pp. 172-182.
Program, Yale University.
Lac309.17294/W926


Caspar). 1975. The Market System of
Papers in Haitian Society and Culture. Sidney
New Haven, Connecticut: Antilles Research


139. Lundahl, Mats. 1979. Peasants and Poverty: A Study of Haiti. New
York: St. Martin's.
LacHN212.5/.L86; Chapters 2-5; excellent

140. 1980. The State of Spatial Economic Research on Haiti:
A Selective Survey. Anthropologica 22:137-156.
970.4105/A628

141. 1981. Peasant Strategies for Dealing with Population
Pressure: The Case of Haiti. Ibero-Americana 10:19-38.
LacR016.98/112; same as 1982b

142. 1982a. Intergenerational Sharecropping in Haiti: A
Re-Interpretation of the Murray Thesis. Journal of Economic Studies
9(1):35-43.
330.5/J862; appears as Chapter 6 in 1983a

143. 1982b. Peasant Strategies for Dealing with Population
Pressure: The Case of Haiti. In Development Strategies and Basic Needs in
Latin America: Challenges for the 1980s. Claes Brundenius and Mats
Lundahl, eds. Pp. 67-88. Boulder, Colorado: Westview.
Lac(Spec)HC125/.D49; same as 1981

144. 1983a. The Haitian Economy: Man, Land and Markets.
New York: St. Martin's.
LacHC153/.L86; collection of articles, rather repetitious


145. 1983b.
Some Evidence from Haiti.
LacR016.98/I12


Price Series Correlation and Market Integration:
Ibero-Americana 13:61-76.







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146. 1984. The Roots of Haitian Underdevelopment. In
Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster
and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 181-203. Lanham, Maryland: University Press
of America.
Lac

147. McCoy, Terry L., ed. 1984. Haitian Migration and the Haitian
Economy. Occasional Papers No. 3. Gainesville: Center for Latin American
Studies, University of Florida.
F320/.H15H31, Lac

148. Maguire, Robert. 1979. Devlopman ki Soti nan Baz nan Peyi Dayiti.
Port-au-Prince: Fondasyon Int6 Ameriken.
Translation of 1981

149. 1981. Bottom-Up Development in Haiti, 2nd ed. Rosslyn,
Virginia: Inter-American Foundation.
LacHC153/.M331 (1st ed. only); focuses on Le Borgre Parish on north coast

150. 1984. Strategies for Rural Development in Haiti:
Formation, Organization, Implementation. In Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An
Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp.
161-172. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.
Lac

151. Merores, Leo. 1973. Haiti and the Dominican Republic: A Case for
Economic Integration. Ph.D. dissertation, New York University.
Lac(Micro)

152. Moore, 0. Ernest. 1972. Haiti: Its Stagnant Society and Shackled
Economy. New York: Exposition.
Lac309.17294/M823h; Chapters 4-8

153. Morrison, Thomas K. 1975. Case Study of a "Least Developed Country"
Successfully Exporting Manufactures: Haiti. Inter-American Economic
Affairs 29(1):21-31.
Lac330.627/1614

154. Mintz, Sidney W. 1959. Internal Market Systems as Mechanisms of
Social Articulations. In Intermediate Societies, Social Mobility, and
Communication. Proceedings of the 1959 Annual Spring Meeting of the
American Ethnological Society. Verne F. Ray, ed. Pp. 20-30. Seattle:
University of Washington.
572.06/A512pr/1959

155. 1960. A Tentative Typology of Eight Haitian
Marketplaces. Revista de Ciencias Sociales 4:15-57.
Lac305/R4546

156. 1961a. Pratik: Haitian Personal Economic
Relationships. In Symposium: Patterns of Land Utilization and Other
Papers. Proceedings of the 1961 Annual Spring Meeting of the American
Ethnological Society. Viola E. Garfield, ed. Pp. 54-63. Seattle:
University of Washington Press.
572.06/A512pr/1961







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157. 1961b. Standards of Value and Units of Measure in the
Fonds-des-N6gres Market Place, Haiti. Journal of the Royal Anthropological
Institute 91:23-38.
572.06/R888J

158. 1963. Markets in Haiti. New Society 26:18-19.
300.5/N532

159. 1964. The Employment of Capital by Market Women in
Haiti. In Capital, Saving and Credit in Peasant Societies: Studies from
Asia, Oceania, the Caribbean and Middle America. Raymond Firth and B. S.
Yamey, eds. Pp. 256-286. Chicago: Aldine.
338.1/F527c

160. Murray, Gerald F. 1984. The Wood Tree as a Peasant Cash-Crop: An
Anthropological Strategy for the Domestication of Energy. In Haiti--Today
and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert
Valdman, eds. Pp. 141-160. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of
America.
Lac

161. Murray, Gerald F., and Marfa D. Alvarez. 1975. Haitian Bean
Circuits: Cropping and Trading Maneuvers among a Cash-Oriented Peasantry.
In Working Papers in Haitian Society and Culture. Sidney W. Mintz, ed.
Pp. 85-126. New Haven, Connecticut: Antilles Research Program, Yale
University.
Lac309.17294/W926

162. Neal, Marian. 1951. United Nations Technical Assistance Programs in
Haiti. International Conciliation 468:81-118.
341.06/C289in; mainly a summary of UN 1949

163. Nicholls, David. 1974. Economic Dependence and Political Economy:
The Haitian Experience. Occasional Paper Series, No. 9. Montreal: Centre
for Developing-Area Studies, McGill University.
LacHF1501/.N5; deals with 19th century

164. Plummer, Brenda Gayle. 1984. The Metropolitan Connection: Foreign
and Semiforeign Elites in Haiti, 1900-1915. Latin American Research Review
19(2):119-142.
Lac980.0072/L357

165. Rodman, Selden. 1961. Haiti: The Black Republic, new rev. ed. New
York: Devin-Adair.
Lac972.94/R693h; Chapter 4; rather popularized

166. Roe, Terry L. 1978. An Economic Evaluation of the Haitian
Agricultural Marketing System. Washington, D.C.: Agency for International
Development.
Found in International Programs, Tropical Agriculture, 3028 McCarty Hall

167. Rotberg, Robert I. 1971. Haiti: The Politics of Squalor. Boston:
Houghton Mifflin.
Lac972.9404/R842h; Chapters 8,9 probably written by Christopher K. Clague






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168. Schaedel, Richard P. 1975. The Concept of Community Development in
Haiti and Venezuela. In The Haitian Potential: Research and Resources of
Haiti. Vera Rubin and Richard P. Schaedel, eds. Pp. 23-37. New York:
Teachers College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748

169. Simpson, George Eaton. 1940. Haitian Peasant Economy. Journal of
Negro History 25:498-519.
325.26/J86

170. Smucker, Glenn R. 1982. Peasants and Development Politics: A Study
in Haitian Class and Culture. Ph.D. dissertation, New School for Social
Research.
LacGT5690/.H31S61

171. Tata, Robert J. 1982. Haiti: Land of Poverty. Washington, D.C.:
University Press of America.
LacHC153/.Z9P627; Chapter 3

172. Thoumi, Francisco. 1983. Social and Political Obstacles to
Development in Haiti. In The Newer Caribbean: Decolonization, Democracy,
and Development. Paget Henry and Carl Stone, eds. Pp. 205-218.
Philadelphia: ISHI.
LacJL599.5/.A91N48

173. Underwood, Frances W. 1960. The Marketing System in Peasant Haiti.
Yale University Publications in Anthropology, No. 60. New Haven,
Connecticut: Yale University.
Lac572.07/Y18p/n.57-64

174. United Nations. 1949. Mission to Haiti: Report of the United
Nations Mission of Technical Assistance to the Republic of Haiti. Lake
Success, New York: United Nations.
Lac431.06/C289in; critiqued in Friedman 1955

175. Velie, Lester. 1961. Haiti: Example of Unproductive Aid. Latin
American Report 4(8):29-32.
Lac918.005/L357

176. Walker, James L. 1984. Foreign Assistance and Haiti's Economic
Development. In Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study.
Charles R. Foster and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 205-229. Lanham, Maryland:
University Press of America.
Lac

177. Weil, Thomas E., et al. 1973. Area Handbook for Haiti. Washington,
D.C.: Foreign Area Studies, American University.
Lac917.294036/W422a; Chapter 8

178. Weinstein, Brian, and Aaron Segal. 1984. Haiti: Political
Failures, Cultural Successes. New York: Praeger.
LacF1915/.W45; Chapter 4






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179. Wingfield, Roland. 1966. Haiti, a Case Study of an Underdeveloped
Area. Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University.
Lac309.17294/W771h

180. Young, Chester W. 1950. A Sociocultural Study of Rural Life in
Haiti. Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University.
Chapter 6






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6. Haiti: Education

181. Antoine, Jacques C. 1949. Education in Haiti. Negro History
Bulletin 12:75-81,94-95.
909.097496/N393

182. Baber, Zonia, and E. G. Balch. 1927. Problems of Education. In
Occupied Haiti. Emily Greene Balch, ed. Pp. 93-108. New York: Writers.
Lac327.73/B174o

183. Bell, Elizabeth. 1978. Teaching Haitian Culture via Literature: A
Culturapoetic Approach. Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio State University.
Lac(Micro)

184. Berry, Paul. 1975. Literacy and the Question of Creole. In The
Haitian Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti. Vera Rubin and
Richard P. Schaedel, eds. Pp. 83-113. New York: Teachers College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748

185. Bertrand, J. Wilfred. 1982. Plea for a Reorganization of Haitian
Libraries. UNESCO Journal of Information Science, Librarianship and
Archives Administration 3:117-124.
Z671/.U472a

186. Brand, W. 1965. Impressions of Haiti. The Hague: (N.P.).
Chapter 2

187. Clark, George P., and Donald Durcell. 1969. Winds of Change in
Haitian Education. Negro History Bulletin 22(6):7-16.
909.097476/N393

188. 1970. The Tangled Roots of Haiti's Educational System.
International Educational and Cultural Exchange 6(1):48-56.
370.19605/161

189. 1973. The Dynamic Conservatism of Haitian Education.
Phylon 36:46-54.
325.2605/P578

190. Cook, Mercer. 1948. Education in Haiti. Bulletin No. 1.
Washington, D.C.: Federal Security Agency, Office of Education.
Lac379.73/U58b/n.l

191. Dale, George A. 1959. Education in the Republic of Haiti. Bulletin
No. 20. Washington, D.C.: Office of Education, Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare.
Lac379.73/U58b/n.20; update of Cook 1948

192. Dartigue, Maurice. 1941. Rural Life and Education in Haiti.
Inter-American Quarterly 3(2):30-38.
Lac051/159







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193. Joseph, Carole Berotte. 1984. The Child, the Family, and the School
in English-Haitian Education. In Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An
Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp.
351-358. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.
Lac

194. Laguerre, Michel S. 1979. Schooling in Haiti. ERIC/CUE Urban
Diversity Series, No. 60. New York: Institute for Urban and Minority
Education, Columbia University.

195. Logan, Rayford W. 1930. Education in Haiti. Journal of Negro
History 15:401-460.
325.26/J86

196. Lundahl, Mats. 1979. Peasants and Poverty: A Study of Haiti. New
York: St. Martin's.
LacHN212.5/.L86; Chapter 10; excellent

197. Moore, 0. Ernest. 1972. Haiti: Its Stagnant Society and Shackled
Economy. New York: Exposition.
Lac309.17294/M823h; Chapters 9,11

198. Pamphile, Ldon. 1980. Education in Haiti During the American
Occupation, 1915-1934. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.

199. Regt, Jacomina P. de. 1984. Basic Education in Haiti. In
Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster
and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 119-139. Lanham, Maryland: University Press
of America.
Lac

200. Valdman, Albert. 1982. Educational Reform and the
Instrumentalization of the Vernacular in Haiti. In Issues in International
Bilingual Education: The Role of the Vernacular. Beverly Hartford, Albert
Valdman, and Charles R. Foster, eds. Pp. 139-170. New York: Plenum.
EduLibLC3715/.183

201. Viflot, Kl#ber. 1975. Primary Education in Haiti. in The Haitian
Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti. Vera Rubin and Richard P.
Schaedel, eds. Pp. 114-143. New York: Teachers College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748







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7. Haiti: Family

202. Allman, James. 1980. Sexual Unions in Rural Haiti. International
Journal of Sociology of the Family 10:15-39.
301.4205/161

203. Bastien, Remy. 1961. Haitian Rural Family Organization. Social and
Economic Studies 10:478-510.
Lac330.5/S6778; from his work in Spanish La Familia Rural Haitiana (not
available in English)

204. Comhaire-Sylvain, Suzanne. 1958. Courtship, Marriage and Plasaj at
Kenscoff, Haiti. Social and Economic Studies 7:210-233.
Lac330.5/S678

205. 1961. The Household at Kenscoff, Haiti. Social and
Economic Studies 10:192-222.
Lac330.5/S678

206. Herskovits, Melville J. 1937. Life in a Haitian Valley. New York:
Knopf.
Lac917.294/H574; Chapters 6,7; the very best of Boasian anthropology

207. Laguerre, Michel S. 1978. Ticouloute and His Kinfolk: The Study of
a Haitian Extended Family. In The Extended Family in Black Societies.
Demitri B. Shimkin, Edith M. Shimkin, and Dennis A. Frate, eds. Pp.
407-445. The Hague: Mouton.
E185.86/.E9

208. 1982. Urban Life in the Caribbean: A Study of a
Haitian Urban Community. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Schenkman.
LacHN215/.P6L33; Chapter 4

209. Larose, Serge. 1975. The Haitian Lakou: Land, Family, and Ritual.
In Family and Kinship in Middle America and the Caribbean. Arnaud F. Marks
and Rent A. R6mer, eds. Pp. 482-512. Leiden: Department of
Caribbean Studies, Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology.

210. Legerman, Caroline J. 1962. Kin Groups in a Haitian Market. Man
62:145-149.
572.06/M2661

211. 1975. Observations on Family and Kinship Organization
in Haiti. In The Haitian Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti.
Vera Rubin and Richard P. Schaedel, eds. Pp. 17-22. New York: Teachers
College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748

212. Leyburn, James G. 1966. The Haitian People, rev. ed. New Haven,
Connecticut: Yale University Press.
Lac972.94/L682h; Part III; text identical to 1941 edition, with Mintz's
41-page introduction added






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213. Lowenthal, Ira P. 1984. Labor, Sexuality and the Conjugal Contract
in Rural Haiti. In Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study.
Charles R. Foster and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 15-33. Lanham, Maryland:
University Press of America.
Lac

214. M6traux, Rhoda. 1951. Kith and Kin: A Study of Creole Social
Structure in Marbial, Haiti. Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University.
Lac390.097294/M594k

215. 1952. Affiliations Through Work in Marbial, Haiti.
Primitive Man 25:1-22.
572.05/A6289

216. Rey, Ketty Hippolyte. 1970. The Haitian Family: Implications for
Sex Education for Haitian Children in the United States. New York:
Community Service Society of New York.
LacHQ581/.R49

217. Simpson, George Eaton. 1942. Sexual and Familial Institutions in
Northern Haiti. American Anthropologist 44:655-674.
572.05/A512

218. Soboul, Jan. 1975. Timoun nan Fanmi Ayisyin. S6l 23/24:19-21.
Lac261.83/S464

219. Stycos, J. Mayone. 1964. Haitian Attitudes Toward Family Size.
Human Organization 23:42-47.
305/H9185

220. Williams, Stephen J., Nirmala Murthy, and Gretchen Berggren. 1975.
Conjugal Unions Among Rural Haitian Women. Journal of Marriage and Family
37:1022-1031.
392/05/M359

221. Wingfield, Roland. 1966. Haiti, a Case Study of an Underdeveloped
Area. Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University.
Lac309.17294/W771h; Chapter 6

222. Young, Chester W. 1950. A Sociocultural Study of Rural Life in
Haiti. Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University.
Chapters 2,3







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8. Haiti: Fiction

223. Allfrey, P. Shand. 1953. The Orchid House. Novel. London:
Constable.
Lac823.91/A435o

224. Banks, Russell. 1985. Continental Drift. Novel. New York: Harper
and Row.

225. Bedford-Jones, H. 1932. Drums of Dumbala. Novel. New York:
Covic-Friede.

226. Brown, Hilton. 1950. Asylum Island. Novel. New York: Macmillan.
Lac823.91/B878a

227. Carpentier, Alejo. 1957. The Kingdom of This World. Novel. New
York: Knopf (first published 1949).
LacCu863.4/C297rEd

228. Cave, Hugh B. 1959. The Cross on the Drum. Novel. Garden City,
New York: Doubleday.
813.54/C378c

229. 1960a. The Mission. Novel. Garden City, New York:
Doubleday.
813.54/C378m; juvenile

230. 1960b. Black Sun. Novel. Garden City, New York:
Doubleday.
813.54/C378b

231. 1963. The Witching Lands: Tales of the West Indies.
Garden City, New York: Doubleday.
813.54/C378w

232. Chamberlain, George Agnew. 1927. The Silver Cord. Novel. New
York: Putnam's.

233. Chauvet, Marie. 1959. Dance on the Volcano. Novel. New York:
Sloane.
Lac843.91/C511aEq

234. Daley, Guilbert A. 1979. A Trilogy of the Haitian Revolutionary
Triumbirate. Plays. Ph.D. dissertation, Southern Illinois University.
Lac(Micro); three original plays about Toussaint, Dessalines, and
Christophe, with essay

235. Davis, Beale. 1925. The Goat Without Horns. Novel. New York:
Brentano's.
813.5/D2614g

236. Dohrman, Richard. 1958. The Cross of Baron Samedi. Novel. Boston:
Houghton Mifflin.
813.54/D656c







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237. Endore, Guy. 1924. Babouk. Novel. New York: Vangard.
813.5/E56b

238. Etizen, Ruth. 1972. Ti Jacques: A Story of Haiti. Novel. New
York: Crowell.

239. Farrbre, Claude. 1924. Thomas the Lambkin: Gentleman of Fortune.
Novel. New York: Dutton.
Lac843.91/F245tEo

240. Faulkner, William. 1936. Absalom, Absalom! Novel. New York:
Random.
813.5/F263a


241. Franketienne. 1975. Dezafi. Novel. Port-au-Prince:
Lac843.914/F829d; the best-known work in modern Creole

242. 1978a. P6lin-Tkt. Play. Port-au-Prince:
Port-au-Princiennes.
LacPM7854/.H3F726; Haiti's leading Creole writer

243. 1978b. Troufoban. Play. Port-au-Prince:
Port-au-Princiennes.
LacPM7854/.H3F73


Fardin.


244. Franklyn, Irwin R. 1931.
of the Flying Marines in Haiti.


245. Gilliam, E. W.
Freeport, New York:
813.4/G481s


Knights of the Cockpit: A Romantic Epic
Novel. New York: Dial.


1972. 1791: A Tale of San Domingo. Novel.
Books for Libraries (first published 1890).


246. Gold, Herbert. 1965. A Haitian Gentleman. Story. Hudson Review
18:54-66.
805/H886


247. Goodwin, John. 1953.
Harper and Brothers.
813.5/G656i


The Idols and the Prey. Novel. New York:


248. Greene, Graham. 1966. The Comedians. Novel. New York: Viking.
823.91/G799c

249. Griffiths, Ann. 1970. Black Patriot and Martyr: Toussaint of
Haiti. New York: Messner.
Fictionalized and apparently juvenile


250. Holt, Gavin. 1932. Drums Beat at Night. Novel.
and Stoughton.


New York: Hodder


251. Hugo, Victor. 1866. Jargal. Novel. New York: Carleton (first
published 1826).
Lac843.7/H895bEn






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252. Jean-Baptiste, Pauris. 1979. Sogo nan Kwazman Granchimin. Novel.
Port-au-Prince: Bon Nouvl.
LacPM7854/.H3J4241

253. Levin, Benjamin H. 1972. Black Triumvirate. Novel. Seacaucus, New
Jersey: Citadel.
813.54/L6652b

254. Martineau, Harriet. 1841. The Hour and the Man, 3 vols. Novel.
London: Moxon.
823.8/M385h

255. Mondesir, Luxembourg. 1948. Cauzemen Payzan: Souveni, Conte,
Provube ak gnou Roman Dramatik. Port-au-Prince: Commerce.
Lac848.91/M741c

256. Morisseau-Leroy. 1978. Roua Kreon ak Pep-la. Two Plays. Dakar:
Jadinkr4yol.
LacPM7854/.H3M6751

257. Newcomb, Covelle. 1940. Black Fire: A Story of Henri Christophe.
Novel. New York: Longmans, Green.
Lac823.91/N537b

258. Numa, Nono. 1975. Jeneral Rodrig. Play. Port-au-Prince: Bon
Nouvel.
LacPM7854/.H3N84

259. O'Neill, Eugene. 1954. The Emperor Jones. Play. In The Plays of
Eugene O'Neill, Vol. 3. Pp. 172-204. New York: Random (first produced
1920).
PS3529/.N5A61 loosely based on Guilliam Sam and Henri Christophe, see Daley
1979

260. Par4pou, Alfred. 1980. Atipa: Premier Roman en Creole, 1885.
Paris: Caribeennes.
LacPM7854/.F7P371

261. Paultre, Carrie. 1970. Ti Jak. Novel. Port-au-Prince: Comit#
Protestant d'Alphab4tisation et de Litterature (first published 1965).
Lac843.914/P332t

262. 1982. Tonton Libin. Port-au-Prince: Editions Boukan
(first published 1976).

263. Paye, Madlen. c.1978. Inselbadje: Kont Chante. Stories.
Port-au-Prince: La Phalange.
LacPM7854/.H3P39

264. Pratt, Frances Hammond. 1972. La Belle Zoa: Or the Insurrection of
Hayti. Novel. Freeport, New York: Books for Libraries (first published
1853).
PS2651/.P27L32







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265. Roberts, Kenneth. 1947. Lydia Bailey. Novel. New York:
Doubleday.
813.5/R6451y

266. Rodman, Maia. 1952. Market Day for Ti Andre. Story. New York:
Viking.
Juvenile

267. Rodman, Selden. 1942. The Revolutionists: A Tragedy in Three Acts.
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce.
812.5/R693r

268. Roscoe, Theodore. 1935. Murder on the Way! Novel. New York:
Dodge.

269. Roumain, Jacques. 1947. Masters of the Dew. Novel. New York:
Reynal and Hitchcock (first published 1944).
Lac843.91/R859gEh; the best-known novel by a Haitian

270. Steiner, Mia. 1950. Black Dawn. Novel. Port-au-Prince:
Deschamps.
Lac813.5/S822b

271. Sterlin, Philippe. 1957. King Sun's Debt. Story. Americas
9(8):27-29.
Lac905/A512

272. Taylor, J. Gibson, Jr. 1932. Dark Dawn. Novel. New York: Mohawk.
813.5/T2426d

273. Thoby-Marcelin, Philippe, and Pierre Marcelin. 1944. Canapt-Vert.
Novel. New York: Farrar and Rinehart.
843.91/T449cEt, Lac

274. 1946. The Beast of the Haitian Hills. Novel. New
York: Rinehart.
Lac843.91/T449bEr

275. 1951. The Pencil of God. Novel. London: Gollancz.
843.91/T449crEdt, Lac

276. 1970. All Men Are Mad. Novel. New York: Farrar,
Straus and Giroux.
Lac843.91/T449tEa

277. Vandercook, John W. 1928. Black Majesty. New York: Harper and
Brothers.
LacB/C5557v; fictionalized account of Christophe

278. 1956. Murder in Haiti. Novel. New York: Macmillan.
813.5/V231mn

279. Waugh, Alec. 1932. No Quarter. Novel. London: Cassell.






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280. Wilson, Adelaide. 1933. First Woman. Novel. New York: Macaulay.
813.5/W746f; action in Haiti on pp. 179-311






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9. Haiti: Health

281. Atwood, Charlotte. 1927. Health and Sanitation. In Occupied Haiti.
Emily Greene Balch, ed. Pp. 86-92. New York: Writers.
Lac327.73/B174o

282. Ballweg, John A. 1972. Family Characteristics and Nutrition
Problems of Pre-School Children in Foud Parisien, Haiti. Journal of
Tropical Pediatrics and Environmental Child Health 18:229-243.
HeaLib; on Mothercraft Center program

283. Beaudry-Darisme, Michelle, and Michael C. Latham. 1973. Nutrition
Rehabilitation Centers--An Evaluation of Their Performance. Journal of
Tropical Pediatrics and Environmental Child Health 19:299-332.
HeaLib

284. Berggren, Warren L. 1974a. Administration and Evaluation of Rural
Health Services: I. A Tetanus Control Program in Haiti. American Journal
of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 23:936-949.
HeaLib

285. 1974b. Control of Neonatal Tetanus in Rural Haiti
Through Utilization of Medical Auxiliaries. Bulletin of the Pan American
Health Organization 8:24-29.
Lac614.06/P1873e, HeaLib

286. Berggren, Warren L., and Gretchen G. Berggren. 1971. Changing
Incidence of Fatal Tetanus of the Newborn: A Retrospective Study in a
Defined Rural Haitian Population. American Journal of Tropical Medicine
and Hygiene 20:491-494.
HeaLib

287. Berggren, Warren L., Douglas C. Ewbank, and Gretchen G. Berggren.
1981. Reduction of Mortality in Rural Haiti Through a Primary-Health-Care
Program. New England Journal of Medicine 304:1324-1330.
HeaLib

288. Bittner, Marvin J. 1982. Health in the Batey Libertad: A
Physician's Impressions. Hospital Practice 17(11):163-168,175-176.
HeaLib

289. Bordes, Ary, James Allman, and Adeline Verly. 1982. The Impact on
Breastfeeding and Pregnancy Status of Household Contraceptive Distribution
in Rural Haiti. American Journal of Public Health 72:835-838.
614.05/A512, EngLib, HeaLib, PheLib

290. Bordes, Ary, and Andrea Couture. 1978. For the People, For a
Change: Bringing Health to the Families of Haiti. Boston: Beacon.
LacRG963/.H2B67

291. Brown, Hamilton B. 1977. Some Aspects of Food and Nutrition in
Haiti. Cajanus 10:206-214.
Lac641.109729/C139







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292. Carraway, Robert D. 1982. Hope for Haiti. Journal of the Florida
Medical Association 69:463-468.
HeaLib

293. Compton, George C. 1955. Victory in Haiti. Americas 7(5):3-6.
Lac905/A572; on yaws

294. Conway, Frederick James. 1978. Pentecostalism in the Context of
Haiti Religion and Health Practice. Ph.D. dissertation, American
University.
Lac

295. Cooley, Martha. 1983. Haiti: The AIDS Stigma. NACLA 17(5):47-48.
Lac335.43698/N867n

296. Coreil, Jeannine. 1979. Disease Prognosis and Resource Allocation
in a Haitian Mountain Community. Ph.D. dissertation, University of
Kentucky.
Lac(Micro); fieldwork in Jertmie under Wiese

297. 1980. Traditional and Western Responses to an Anthrax
Epidemic in Rural Haiti. Medical Anthropology 4:79-105.
GN296/.M44

298. 1983a. Allocation of Family Resources for Health Care
in Rural Haiti. Social Science and Medicine 17:709-719.
301.05/S6783

299. 1983b. Parallel Structures in Professional and Folk
Health Care: A Model Applied to Rural Haiti. Culture, Medicine and
Psychiatry 7:131-151.
RC455.5/.E8C85

300. Coreil, Jeannine, and Patricia A. Marshall. 1982. Locus of Illness
Control: A Cross-Cultural Study. Human Organization 41:131-138.
305/H9185

301. Dempsey, Patricia Ann, and Theresa Gesse. 1983. The Childbearing
Haitian Refugee--Cultural Applications to Clinical Nursing. Public Health
Reports 98:261-267.
614.0973/U5p, HeaLib

302. Dow, Thomas W. 1965. Primitive Medicine in Haiti. Bulletin of the
History of Medicine 39:34-52.
HeaLib

303. Geggus, David Patrick. 1979. Yellow Fever in the 1790s: The
British Army in Occupied Saint Domingue. Medical History 23(1):38-58.
LacRC212/.H31G41, HeaLib

304. Gordon, Antonio M., Jr. 1982. Caribbean Basin Refugees: The Impact
of Cubans and Haitians on Health in South Florida. Journal of the Florida
Medical Association 69:523-527.
HeaLib







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305. Graitcer, Philip L., M. A. Gedeon, I. de Beausset, and E. M. Duckett.
1978. Haiti Nutrition Status Survey. Bulletin of the World Health
Organization 58:757-765.
HeaLib, PheLib

306. Graitcer, Philip L., Eileen M. Gentry, Milton Z. Nichaman, and J.
Michael Lane. 1981. Anthropometric Indicators of Nutrition Status and
Morbidity. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics and Environmental Child Health
27:292-298.
HeaLib

307. Grant, Faye W., and Dale Groom. 1958. A Dietary Study in Haiti.
Journal of the American Dietetic Association 34:708-716.
HeaLib

308. Gregory, Sheila. 1980a. Health Care in Haiti. Nursing Times
76:660-662.
HeaLib; about the Schweitzer Hospital

309. 1980b. Health Care in Haiti: The Tuesday People.
Nursing Times 76:707-710.
HeaLib; about the Schweitzer Hospital

310. Groom, Dale, Edward E. McKee, Charles Webb, Faye W. Grant, Vergmaud
Pean, Edith Hudicourt, and James Dallemand. 1959. Coronary and Aortic
Atherosclerosis in the Negroes of Haiti and the United States. Annals of
Internal Medicine 51:270-289.
HeaLib

311. Holcomb, Richmond C. 1937. Who Gave the World Syphilis? The
Haitian Myth. New York: Froben.

312. Jelliffe, Derrick B., and E. F. Patricia Jelliffe. 1961. The
Nutritional Status of Haitian Children. Acta Tropica 18:1-45.
HeaLib; detailed and thorough

313. King, Kendall W. 1975. Nutrition Research in Haiti. In The Haitian
Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti. Vera Rubin and Richard P.
Schaedel, eds. Pp. 147-156. New York: Teachers College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748

314. King, Kendall W., Gladys Dominique, G. Uriodain, William Fougere, and
Ivan D. Beghin. 1968. Food Patterns from Dietary Surveys in Rural Haiti.
Journal of the American Dietetic Association 53:114-118.
HeaLib

315. King, Kendall W., Jean Foucauld, William Fougere, and Elmer J.
Severinghaus. 1963. Height and Weight of Haitian Children. American
Journal of Clinical Nutrition 13:106-109.
612.3905/J86, HeaLib







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316. King, Kendall W., William Fougere, Jean Foucauld, Gladys Dominique,
and Ivan D. Beghin. 1966. Responses of Pre-School Children to High
Intakes of Haitian Cereal-Bean Mixtures. Archives Latinoamericanos de
Nutricion 16(1):53-64.
Lac574.1305/A673

317. King, Kendall W., William Fougere, Ryland E. Webb, Gretchen Berggren,
Warren L. Berggren, and Adrien Hilaire. 1978. Preventive and Therapeutic
Benefits in Relation to Cost: Performance over 10 Years of Mothercraft
Centers in Haiti. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 31:679-690.
612.3905/J86, HeaLib

318. Klipstein, Frederick, I. Michael Samloff, and Eric A. Shenk. 1966.
Tropical Sprue in Haiti. Annals of Internal Medicine 64:575-594
HeaLib

319. Korcok, Milan. 1980. The Haitian and Cuban Refugees: Dealing with
Imported Disease. Canadian Medical Association Journal
123:213,215,218,220.
HeaLib

320. Laguerre, Michel S. 1981. Haitian Americans. In Ethnicity and
Medical Care. Alan Harwood, ed. Pp. 172-210. Cambridge, Massachusetts:
Harvard University Press.
RA448.4/.E83, HeaLibWA300/E85

321. Lang, Walter Paul, Margot Avila Hamard, and Russell Charles
MacKenzie. 1984. Rural Dental Program in Haiti. Community Dentistry and
Oral Epidemiology 12:233-236.
HeaLib; in La Gonave

322. Lapreau, Frank J. 1973. Surgery in Haiti. Archives of Surgery
107:483-486.
HeaLib

323. Laverdiere, Michel, Jacques Tremblay, RenO Lavallee, Yvette Bonny,
Michel Lacombe, Jacques Boileau, Jacques Lachapelle, and Christian
Lamoureux. 1983. AIDS in Haitian Immigrants and in a Caucasian Woman
Closely Associated with Haitians. Canadian Medical Association Journal
129:1209-1212.
HeaLib; in Montreal

324. LeBlanc, Robert P., Marie Simard, Kenneth M. Flegel, and Norbert J.
Gilmore. 1983. Opportunistic Infections and Acquired Cellular Immune
Deficiency Among Haitian Immigrants in Montreal. Canadian Medical
Association Journal 129:1205-1209.
HeaLib

325. Leonidas, Jean-Robert. 1982. Depression a la Haitian: A Linguistic
Misinterpretation. New York State Journal of Medicine 82:754-755.
HeaLib; on misunderstanding of Creole by French- and English-speaking
physicians







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326. Lhkrisson, Camille. 1935. Diseases of the Peasants of Haiti.
American Journal of Public Health 25:924-929.
614.05/512, EngLib, HeaLib, PheLib

327. Lundahl, Mats. 1979. Peasants and Poverty: A Study of Haiti. New
York: St. Martin's.
LacHN212.5/.L86; Chapter 9; excellent

328. Marshall, Florence N. 1968. Tetanus of the Newborn, with Special
Reference to Experience in Haiti, W.I. Advances in Pediatrics 15:65-110.
HeaLib; the classic source

329. Mason, John, and Philippe Cavalie. 1965. Malaria Epidemic in Haiti
Following a Hurricane. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
14:533:539.
HeaLib

330. Mathewson, Marie A. 1975. Is Crazy Anglo Crazy Haitian?
Psychiatric Annals 5(8):79-83.
On Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami

331. May, Jacques Meyer, and Donna L. McLellan. 1973. The Ecology of
Malnutrition in the Caribbean: The Bahamas, Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola
(Haiti and the Dominican Republic), Puerto Rico, the Lesser Antilles, and
Trinidad and Tobago. New York: Hafner.
Lac338.19729/M466E, AgrLib281.05/M466Ej

332. Meyers, Samuel, Philip Schweitzer, and Charles D. Gerson. 1977.
Anemia and Intestinal Disfunction in Former Residents of the Caribbean.
Archives of Internal Medicine 137:181-186.
HeaLib

333. Moore, 0. Ernest. 1972. Haiti: Its Stagnant Society and Shackled
Economy. New York: Exposition.
Lac309.17294/M823h; Chapter 14

334. Murray, Gerald F. 1976. Women in Perdition: Ritual Fertility
Control in Haiti. In Culture, Natality, and Family Planning. John F.
Marshall and Steven Polgar, eds. Pp. 59-78. Chapel Hill: Carolina
Population Center, University of North Carolina.
301.3208/C292m/n.21

335. 1977. Folk Healers of Petit-Goave: A Model for
Incorporating Traditional Healers into the Modern Delivery System.
Port-au-Prince: International Development Research Center.
Lac

336. Murray, Gerald F., and Maria D. Alvarez. 1973. Childbearing,
Sickness and Ritual Healing in a Haitian Village. Port-au-Prince:
Division d'Hygi#ne Familiale.
Lac






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337. Noel, Pierre. 1975. Recent Research in Public Health in Haiti. In
The Haitian Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti. Vera Rubin and
Richard P. Schaedel, eds. Pp. 157-166. New York: Teachers College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748

338. Parsons, Robert P. 1930. History of Haitian Medicine. New York:
Hoeber.
Lac610.97294/P269h

339. Paul, J. Harland, and Athemas Bellerive. 1947. A Malaria
Reconnaissance of the Republic of Haiti. Journal of the National Malaria
Society 6:41-67.
HeaLib

340. Philippe, Jeanne, and Jean Baptiste Romain. 1979. Indisposition in
Haiti. Social Science and Medicine 138:129-133.
301.05/S6783, HeaLib

341. Pitchenik, Arthur E., Margaret A. Fischl, Gordon M. Dickinson, Daniel
M. Becker, Arthur M. Fournier, Mark T. O'Connell, Robert M. Colton, and
Thomas J. Spira. 1983. Opportunistic Infections and Kaposi's Sarcoma
Among Haitians: Evidence of a New Acquired Immunodeficiency State. Annals
of Internal Medicine 98:277-284.
HeaLib; on Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami

342. Pitchenik, Arthur E., Bertrand W. Russell, Timothy Cleary, Ilija
Pejovic, Clifford Cole, and Dixie E. Snider, Jr. 1982. The Prevalence of
Tuberculosis and Drug Resistance Among Haitians. New England Journal of
Medicine 307:162-165.
HeaLib; in Miami

343. Polk, D. Stewart. 1965. Child Care in Haiti: Observations of a
Visiting Pediatrician. Clinical Pediatrics 4:298-304.
HeaLib

344. Rawson, lan G., and Gretchen Berggren. 1973. Family Structure,
Child Location and Nutritional Disease in Rural Haiti. Journal of Tropical
Pediatrics and Environmental Child Health 19:288-298.
HeaLib; on child relocation

345. Reed, Howard. 1965. A Month at l'H6pital Albert Schweitzer in
Haiti. Canadian Medical Association Journal 93:751-755.
HeaLib

346. Reilly, Philip, Jr., Donald Catino, and Robert A. Chaefer. 1975.
Duodenal Ulcer in Rural Haiti: I. Clinical Features. II. Gastric
Secretory Studies. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 78:227-230.
HeaLib

347. Rowlands, Rosemary. 1979. The Psychopathology of Haitian Females.
International Journal of Social Psychiatry 25:217-223.
HeaLib







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348. Rundberg, Paul, and Wesley 0. Young. 1972. Dental Knowledge and
Attitudes in Haiti. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 32:149-157.
HeaLib; in Jeremie

349. Scott, Clarissa S. 1974. Health and Healing Practices among Five
Ethnic Groups in Miami. Public Health Reports 89:524-532.
614.0973/U5p

350. 1975. The Relationship Between Beliefs about the
Menstrual Cycle and Choice of Fertility Regulating Methods Within Five
Ethnic Groups. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
13:105-109.
HeaLib

351. Sebrell, W. H., Jr., Sam C. Smith, Elmer L. Severinghaus, Hurbert
Delva, B. L. Reid, H. S. Scott, Jean Bernadotte, William Fougere, George P.
Barron, Gabriel Nicolas, Kendall W. King, G. L. Brinkman, and C. E. French.
1959. Appraisal of Nutrition in Haiti. American Journal of Clinical
Nutrition 7:538-584.
612.3905/J86, HeaLib

352. Simpson, George E. 1954. Medical Practices in Northern Haiti.
Journal of American Folklore 67:395-403.
398.05/J86

353. Smith, Meredith F., Steven K. Paulsen, William Fougere, and S. J.
Ritchey. 1983. Socioeconomic, Education and Health Factors Influencing
Growth of Rural Haitian Children. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 13:99-108.
TX341/.E26, AgrLib321.8/E19

354. Staff. 1978. Evaluation of the Impact of Mothercraft Centers on
Therapy and Prevention of Malnutrition. Nutrition Reviews 36:275-278.
AgrLib321.8/N977, HeaLib

355. Street, John M. 1971. Problems of Health and Nutrition in Haiti.
Geographical Review 61:599-600.
910.5/G345

356. Thacker, Stephen B., Stanley I. Music, Robert A. Pollard, Gretchen
Berggren, Carlo Boulos, Tibor Nagy, Maurice Brutus, Molibre Pamphile, Roger
Oliver Ferdinand, and Volvick Remy Joseph. 1980. Acute Water Shortage and
Health Problems in Haiti. Lancet 8166:471-173.
HeaLib

357. Vieira, Jeffrey, Elliot Frank, Thomas J. Spira, and Sheldon H.
Landesman. 1983. Acquired Immune Deficiency in Haitians: Opportunistic
Infections in Previously Healthy Haitian Immigrants. New England Journal
of Medicine 308:125-129.
HeaLib; in Brooklyn

358. Wallace, Charles E., Florence N. Marshall, and Chartruse Robinson.
1982. A Retrospective Review of Maternal and Child Health Services at the
Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Rural Haiti. Bulletin of the Pan American
Health Organization 16:7-16.
Lac614.06/P1873e, HeaLib







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359. Webb, Ryland E., William Fougere, and Yvette Papillon. 1975. An
Evaluation of the Educational Benefits of Nutritional Rehabilitation
Centres as Measured by the Nutritional Status of Siblings. Journal of
Tropical Pediatrics 21:7-10.
HeaLib

360. West, Susan. 1983. One Step Behind a Killer: Sorting Through the
Clues to an Urgent Medical Mystery: AIDS. Science 83 4(2):36-45.
01/.S3544

361. Wiese, H. Jean C. 1971. The Interaction of Western and Indigenous
Medicine in Haiti in Regard to Tuberculosis. Ph.D. dissertation,
University of North Carolina.
Lac(Micro); fieldwork in J6r4mie

362. 1974. Tuberculosis in Rural Haiti. Social Science and
Medicine 8:359-362.
301.05/S6782, HeaLib

363. 1976. Maternal Nutrition and Traditional Food Behavior
in Haiti. Human Organization 35:193-200.
305/H9185

364. Williams, Stephen J. 1981. Population Dynamics and Health in Haiti.
Social and Economic Studies 30(2):140-156.
Lac330.5/S678







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10. Haiti: History

365. Alexander, Raymond Pace. 1946. Haiti's Bid for Freedom. Nation
162:534-535.
051/N277

366. Anon. 1831. Brief History of the Island of Hayti. Boston:
Massachusetts Sabbath School Union.
Lac(Micro)F1921/.B85; only 68 pages

367. Basket, James. 1971. History of the Island of St. Domingo: From
Its First Discovery by Columbus to the Present Period. Westport,
Connecticut: Negro Universities Press (first published 1818).
LacF1921/.H672

368. Bastien, Jenner. 1969. Summary of the History of Hayti. In Negro:
Anthology 1931-1933. Nancy Cunard, ed. Pp. 458-464. New York: Negro
Universities Press (first published 1934).
910.0317496/C972n

369. Baur, John Edward. 1947. Mulatto Machiavelli, Jean Pierre Boyer,
and the Haiti of His Day. Journal of Negro History 32:307-353.
325.26/J86

370. 1949. Faustin Soulouque, Emperor of Haiti: His
Character and His Reign. Americas 6:131-166.
Lac970.05/A512

371. _. 1954. The Presidency of Nicolas Geffrard of Haiti.
Americas 10:425-461.
Lac970.05/A512

372. Bellegarde, Dantes. 1943. Haiti's Voice at the Peace Table.
Opportunity 21:1.
By the famous anti-American and Francophile historian

373. Bellegarde-Smith, Patrick D. 1977. Expression of a Culture in
Crisis: Dantes Bellegarde in Haitian Social Thought. Ph.D. dissertation,
American University.
Lac(Micro); by the grandson

374. 1978. Dantes Bellegarde: Haitian Statesman. Americas
30(8):18-21.
Lac905/A512

375. 1981. Dantes Bellegarde and Pan-Africanism. Phylon
42:233-244.
325.2605/P578

376. 1982. International Relations/Social Theory in a Small
State: An Analysis of the Impact of Dantes Bellegarde. Americas
39:167-184.
970.05/A512







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377. Breathett, George. 1962. Catholic Missionary Activity and the Negro
Slave in Haiti. Phylon 23:278-285.
325.2605/P578

378. Brown, Jonathan. 1972. The History and Present Condition of St.
Domingo, 2 vols. London: Cass (first published 1837).
Lac972.94/B878h; pretty good

379. Calixte, Demosthenes Petrus. 1939. Haiti: The Calvary of a
Soldier. New York: Malliet.
Lac972.94/C154h; about the December 1937 revolt by a principal

380. Candler, John. 1842. Brief Notices of Hayti: With Its Conditions,
Resources, and Prospects. London: Ward.
Lac917.294/C218b; good temperate work on the Haiti of Boyer

381. Cauvin, Nicole Xavier. 1975. Haiti: A Sociological Analysis of the
Agrarian Reforms of 1804. Ph.D. dissertation, New York University.
Lac(Micro); Marxist interpretation

382. Cook, Mercer. 1941. Julien Raimond. Journal of Negro History
26:139-170.
325.26/J86

383. Cook, Mercer, and Dantes Bellegarde, eds. 1944. The
Haitian-American Anthology: Haitian Readings from American Authors.
Port-au-Prince: Imprimerie de l'Etat.
428.6/C771h; for advanced English classes in Haiti; pp. 1-39

384. Cook, Sherborne F., and Woodrow Borah. 1971. The Aboriginal
Population of Hispaniola. In Essays in Population History: Vol. I:
Mexico and the Caribbean. Pp. 376-410. Berkeley: University of
California Press.
Lac301.32972/C771e

385. Crouse, Nellis M. 1943. The French Struggle for the West Indies,
1665-1713. New York: Columbia University Press.
Lac972.9/C952f

386. Davis, H. P. 1936. Black Democracy: The Story of Haiti, rev. ed.
New York:. Biblo and Tannen.
Lac972.94/D262b; best of its time, by a journalist connected with American
commercial interests

387. DOroche, F. Louis (F. Lwi Dewoch). c.1968. Abrtj6 Istoua Daiti,
1492-1945. Port-au-Prince: Comite Protestant d'Alphabetisation.
Lac920.07294/D437a; secondary-level history textbook

388. 1981. Kout Flach sou Istwa Peyi Ayiti: Depi nan Tan
Lontan Rive Jouk 1804, Primye Pati. [Port-au-Prince]: Komite Liv
CPAL la.







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389. Dorsinville, Max H. 1975. Haiti and Its Institutions: From
Colonial Times to 1957. In The Haitian Potential: Research and Resources
of Haiti. Vera Rubin and Richard P. Schaedel, eds. Pp. 183-220. New
York: Teachers College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748

390. Dupuy, Alex. 1976. Spanish Colonialism and the Origin of
Undevelopment in Haiti. Latin American Perspectives 3:5-29.
Lac320.98/L3572

391. Fouchard, Jean. 1981. The Haitian Maroons: Liberty or Death. New
York: Blyden (first published 1972).
LacHT108.1/.F6813

392. Franklin, James. 1971. The Present State of Hayti (Santo Domingo):
With Remarks on Its Agriculture, Commerce, Laws, Religion, Finances, and
Population. London: Cass (first published 1828).
Lac972.94/F832p, Lac(Micro)HV28/.B8A5

393. Gindine, Yvette. 1974. The Magic of Black History: Images of
Haiti. Caribbean Review 6(4):25-30.
LacR016.98/C277

394. Gold, Herbert S. 1955. Caribbean Caudillo: Magloire of Haiti.
Nation 180:118-120.
051/N277

395. Hall, Gwendolyn Midlo. 1971. Social Control in Slave Plantation
Societies: A Comparison of St. Dominique and Cuba. Baltimore: Johns
Hopkins Press.
308/J66s/ser.89n.l; not much on Haiti

396. Hazard, Samuel. 1873. Santo Domingo, Past and Present: With a
Glance at Hayti. New York: Harper and Brothers.
Lac(Spec)972.93/H438s; hardly worth a glance

397. Heinl, Robert Debs, Jr., and Nancy Gordon Heinl. 1978. Written in
Blood: The Story of the Haitian People, 1492-1971. Boston: Houghton
Mifflin.
LacF1921/.H44; popularized account

398. Herskovits, Melville J. 1937. Life in a Haitian Valley. New York:
Knopf.
Lac917.294/H574; Chapters 1-3; the very best of Boasian anthropology

399. Holcomb, Richmond C. 1937. Who Gave the World Syphilis? The
Haitian Myth. New York: Froben.

400. Hudicourt, Max L. 1944. Jim Crow Menaces Haiti. Crisis 51:354-364.
325.2605/C932; on Lescot's anti-black attitude; by founding member of
communist party






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401. Laborie, P. J. 1798. The Coffee Planter of Saint Domingo: With an
Appendix Containing a View of the Constitution, Government, Laws, and State
of That Colony, Previous to the Year 1789. London: Cadell and Davies.
Lac(Micro)F1921/.B1385; written for Jamaican planters by planter from
Parish of Borne

402. Lacerta, Robert K. 1981. Xenophobia and Economic Decline: The
Haitian Case, 1820-1843. Americas 37:499-515.
Lac970.05/A512

403. Laguerre, Michel S. 1976. Belair, Port-au-Prince: From Slave and
Maroon Settlement to Contemporary Black Ghetto. In LAAG Contributions to
Afro-American Ethnohistory in Latin America and the Caribbean. Norman E.
Whitten, Jr., ed. Pp. 26-38. Los Angeles: Latin American Center,
University of California.
LacF1419/.N4L3

404. Lager, J. N. 1970. Haiti: Her History and Her Detractors.
Westport, Connecticut: Negro Universities Press (first published 1907).
LacF1921/.L485; Lac972.94/L5122ht; by highly placed elite politician

405. Leyburn, James G. 1937. The Making of a Black Nation. In Studies
in the Science of Society. George Peter Murdock, ed. Pp. 377-394. New
Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press.
304/S933; notes on African "tribes" that made up Haiti

406. 1966. The Haitian People, rev. ed. New Haven,
Connecticut: Yale University Press.
Lac972.94/L682h; famous caste interpretation; text identical to 1941
edition, with Mintz's 41-page introduction added

407. McEwan, Bonnie Gair. 1983. Spanish Colonial Adaptation on
Hispaniola: The Archaeology of Area 35, Puerto Real, Haiti. M.A. thesis,
University of Florida.
378/FO/1983/M142s, Lac, Archives

408. MacKenzie, Charles. 1971. Notes on Haiti: Made During a Residence
in That Republic, 2 vols. London: Cass (first published 1830).
Lac972.94/M156n, Lac(Micro)

409. MacLeod, Murdo J. 1970. The Soulouque Regime in Haiti, 1847-1859:
A Reevaluation. Caribbean Studies 10(3):35-48.
Lac972.9005/C2774

410. Marshall, Harriet Gibbs. 1930. The Story of Haiti: From the
Discovery of the Island by Christopher Columbus to the Present Day.
Boston: Christopher.
Lac972.94/M368s; photographs of historical figures

411. Nicholls, David. 1974a. Economic Dependence and Political Autonomy:
The Haitian Experience. Occasional Paper Series, No. 9. Montreal: Centre
for Developing-Area Studies, McGill University.
LacHF1501/.N5; deals with 19th century







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412. 1974b. A Work of Combat: Mulatto Historians and the
Haitian Past, 1847-1867. Journal of Inter-American Studies and World
Affairs 16:15-38.
Lac980.05/J86

413. 1978a. Caste, Class and Colour in Haiti. In Caribbean
Social Relations. Colin G. Clarke, ed. Pp. 4-16. Liverpool: Centre for
Latin-American Studies, University of Liverpool.

414. 1978b. The Wisdom of Salomon: Myth or Reality?
Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs 20:377-392.
Lac980.05/J86

415. __. 1979a. From Dessalines to Duvalier: Race, Colour and
National Independence in Haiti. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University
Press.
LacF1921/.N58; excellent though occasionally curious ideational
interpretation

416. 1979b. Rural Protest and Peasant Revolt in Haiti
(1804-1869). In Peasants, Plantations and Rural Communities in the
Caribbean. Pp. 29-53. Malcolm Cross and Arnaud Marks, eds. Leiden:
Department of Caribbean Studies, Royal Institute of Linguistics and
Anthropology.
LacHD403.2/.C37

417. Paquin, Lyonel. 1983. The Haitians: Class and Color Politics.
Brooklyn: Multi-Type.
Lac; Chapters 1-10,13-17; mulatto vs. black interpretation of history

418. Perusse, Roland I. 1977. Historical Dictionary of Haiti. Metuchen,
New Jersey: Scarecrow.
LacF1913/.P47

419. Plummer, Brenda Gayle. 1984. The Metropolitan Connection: Foreign
and Semiforeign Elites in Haiti, 1900-1915. Latin American Research Review
19(2):119-142.
Lac980.0072/L357

420. Pons, Frank Moya. 1984. The Tainos of Hispaniola: The Island's
First Inhabitants. Caribbean Review 13(4):21-23,47.
LacR016.98/C277

421. Rainey, Fr6lich G.. 1941. Excavations in the Ft.
Liberty Region, Haiti. Yale University Publications in Anthropology, No.
23. New York, Connecticut: Yale University Press.
572.07/Y18p/n.23

422. Redpath, James, ed. 1970. A Guide to Hayti. Westport, Connecticut:
Negro Universities Press (first published 1861).
LacF1921/.R32; by abolitionist encouraging U.S. blacks to emigrate

423. Roberts, W. Adolphe. 1942. The French in the West Indies. New
York: Bobbs-Merrill.
Lac972.9/R648f







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424. Rodman, Selden. 1961. Haiti: The Black Republic, new rev. ed. New
York: Devin-Adair.
Lac972.94/R693h; Chapters 1-3; rather popularized

425. Rotberg, Robert I. 1971. Haiti: The Politics of Squalor. Boston:
Houghton Mifflin.
Lac972.9404/R842h

426. Roth, Hy. Ling. 1887. The Aborigines of Hispaniola. Journal of the
Royal Anthropological Institution 16:247-286.
572.06/R888j

427. Rouse, Irving. 1939. Prehistory in Haiti: A Study in Method. Yale
University Publications in Anthropology, No. 21. New Haven, Connecticut:
Yale University.
572.07/Y18p/n.21; on the distribution of pottery

428. 1941. Culture of the Ft. Liberty Region, Haiti. Yale
University Publications in Anthropology, No. 24. New Haven, Connecticut:
Yale University.
572.07/Y18p/n.24

429. Rys, John Frank. 1966. Tensions and Conflicts in Cuba, Haiti, and
the Dominican Republic Between 1945 and 1959. Ph.D. Dissertation, American
University.
Lac309.1729/R996t; relatively little on Haiti

430. St. John, Spenser. 1884. Hayti: Or the Black Republic. London:
Smith, Elder.
Lac(Spec)917.294/S143h, IbcLibF1915/.S2; first blood curdling account of
Voodoo and cannibalism

431. Sanders, Prince. 1969. Haytian Papers. Westport, Connecticut:
Negro Universities Press (first published 1816).
Lac972.9404/S257h

432. Schomburg, Arthur A. 1921. Military Services Rendered by the
Haitians in the North and South American Wars for Independence. A.M.E.
Review 37(4):199-204.

433. Shapiro, Gary. 1984. A Soil Resistivity Survey of 16th-Century
Puerto Real, Haiti. Journal of Field Archaeology 11:101-110.
CC1/.J69

434. Sheridan, Richard B. 1982. From Jamaican Slavery to Haitian
Freedom: The Case of the Black Crew of the Pilot Boat, Deep Nine. Journal
of Negro History 67:328-339.
325.26/J86

435. Stein, Robert. 1985. The Abolition of Slavery in the North, West,
and South of Saint Domingue. Americas 41(3):47-55.
Lac970.05/A512







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436. Trouillot, Michel-Rolph. 1977. Ti Dife Boule sou Istoua Ayiti. New
York: Koleksion Lakansiel.
LacF1921/.T76

437. Verrill, A. Hyatt. 1914. Porto Rico Past and Present and San
Domingo of Today. New York: Dodd, Mead.
Lac972.95/V555p; Chapters 9-12; blatantly racist

438. Vidas, Albert de. 1971. The Foreign Relations of Haiti in
Hemispheric Affairs from Independence to Occupation, 1804-1915. Ph.D.
dissertation, New York University.
Lac327.7294/D492f

439. Weinstein, Brian, and Aaron Segal. 1984. Haiti: Political
Failures, Cultural Successes. New York: Praeger.
LacFl915/.W45; Chapter 1

440. Wilson, Edmund. 1950. Christophe and Estime. Reporter 2(10):21-26.
051/R425

441. Wimpffen, Francis Alexander Stanislaus Baron de. 1797. A Voyage to
Santo Domingo in the Years 1788, 1789, and 1790. London: Cadell and
Davies.
In UF Library only in Spanish; by a keen observer






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11. Haiti: Humanities

442. Alexis, Stephen. '1956. Modern Haitian Thought. Books Abroad
30:261-265.
010.5/B7242

443. Antoine, Jacques Carmeleau. 1981. Jean Price-Mars and Haiti.
Washington, D.C.: Three Continents.
LacF1920/.P7448

444. Bart6n, Paule. 1980. The Woe Shirt: Caribbean Folk Tales.
Lincoln, Massachusetts: Penmaen.
LacGR120/.B37113

445. Beitler, James. 1977. This Is My Soul: Poems and Images of Haiti.
Port-au-Prince: Deschamps.
Lac(Spec)PS3552/.E44T47

446. Bell, Elizabeth. 1978. Teaching Haitian Culture via Literature: A
Culturapoetic Approach. Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio State University.
Lac(Micro)

447. Bigelow, John. 1875. The Wit and Wisdom of the Haytians. Harper's
New Monthly Magazine 51:130-136,288-291,438-441,583-587.
051/H294

448. 1877. The Wit and Wisdom of the Haytians. New York:
Scribner and Armstrong.
Lac(Spec)398.9/B592w; expansion of 1875

449. Bourguignon, Erika. 1959. The Persistence of Folk Belief: Some
Notes on Cannibalism and Zombis in Haiti. Journal of American Folklore
72:36-46.
398.05/J86

450. Bowman, Laura, and LeRoy Antoine, eds. 1938. The Voice of Haiti.
New York: Williams.
Lac784.497294/B787v; songs with Creole lyrics

451. Buchanan, Susan H. 1979. Haitians in the Arts. Migration Today
7(4):13-18.
JV6001/.M63

452. Cannon, Poppy. 1950. Haiti Fashions. Ebony 5(4):44-47.
MicroO51/E16, IbcLib, JouLib

453. Casseus, Frantz, guitarist. 1954. Haitian Dances. Phonograph
Record. New York: Folkways Records and Service.
MusLibLP261

454. Comhaire-Sylvain, Suzanne. 1937-1938. Creole Tales from Haiti.
Journal of American Folklore 50:207-295 and 51:219-346.
398.05/J86






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455. Courlander, Harold. 1939. Haiti Singing. Chapel Hill: University
of North Carolina Press.
Lac784.497294/C861h, MusLibML3565/.H3C7; mostly repeated in 1960

456. _. 1941a. Haiti's Political Folksongs. Opportunity
19(4):114-118.
Mostly repeated in 1960

457. 1941b. Musical Instruments of Haiti. Musical Quarterly
27:371-383.
MusLib780.5/M987; repeated in 1960

458. 1942a. The Piece of Fire and Other Haitian Tales. New
York: Harcourt, Brace and World.
Lac398.2/C861p

459. 1942b. Profane Songs of the Haitian People. Journal of
Negro History 27:320-344.
325.26/J86; mostly repeated in 1960

460. 1942c. Uncle Bouqui of Haiti. New York: Morrow.
Lac398.2/C861u

461. 1960. The Drum and the Hoe: Life and Lore of the
Haitian People. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Lac398.097294/C861d, IbcLib; contains 1939, 1941a, 1941b, 1942b, plus new
material

462. 1972. Dance and Dance-Drama in Haiti. In The Function
of Dance in Human Society, 2nd ed. Franziska Boas, ed. Pp. 41-53. New
York: Dance Horizons.

463. 1976. A Treasury of Afro-American Folklore. New York:
Crown.
GR103/.T73; reprints from Courlander 1939, 1960, 1964; Deren 1970; Simpson
1946; Hall 1953

464. Cuevas, Lolita, singer, and Frantz Casseus, guitarist. 1953.
Haitian Folk Songs. Phonograph Record. New York: Folkways Records and
Service.
MusLibLP263

465. Daley, Guilbert A. 1979. A Trilogy of the Haitian Revolutionary
Triumbirate. Plays. Ph.D. dissertation, Southern Illinois University.
Lac(Micro); three original plays about Toussaint, Dessalines, and
Christophe, with essay

466. Daniel, Yvonne. 1980. The Potency of Dance: A Haitian Examination.
Black Scholar 11(8):61-73.
301.45196/B627

467. Deren, Maya. 1949. Social and Ritual Dances of Haiti. Dance
Magazine 23(6):14-17,36-38.
792.805/D173m







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468. des Pres, Frangois M. Turenne. 1946. Tabou: A Haitian Folk Tale.
Phylon 7:365-372.
325.2605/P578

469. 1948. Maia, a Libretto on Haitian Folklore. Phylon
9:50-57.
325.2605/P578

470. 1949a. Children of Yayoute: Folktales of Haiti.
Port-au-Prince: Deschamps.
Lac398.21/D441c

471. 1949b. Tonton Bouqui and Old Madieu's Donkey. Phylon
10:66-71.
325.2605/P578

472. 1951. Tonton Comble and the Giants of Doco-Doco: A
Haitian Folk Tale. Phylon 12:364-370.
325.2605/P578

473. 1956. How Le Machoquette Was Changed into a Tornado.
Phylon 17:326-334.
325.2605/P578

474. Dickson, K. 1956. Magic of the Merinque. Dance Magazine
30(9):89-91.
792.805/D173m

475. Diran, Robe (Robert Durand), Antoua-n Adriyin, and Jan-Iv Urfie.
1979. Mizik Klasik Ayisyin. S6l 44:4-12.
Lac261.83/S464

476. Dofin, Klod. 1979. Sa Mizik Klasik Gin pou Li Oue ak Vodou? S6l
44:19-24.
Lac261.83/S464

477. Dominik, Maks. 1978. Vodou ak Literati Ayisyin. S6l 41:26-31.
Lac261.83/S464

478. 1979. You S6l Pip. Sel 44:13-18.
Lac261.83/S464; review of two hymnals

479. Fayo. c.1980. 3333 Proverbs in Haitian Creole. Port-au-Prince:
Fardin.
Much more than just proverbs

480. Gold, Herbert. 1965. Haunted Haiti. Holiday 37(3):64-69.
051/H732; drawings by Andrt Frangois

481. Goldberg, Alan. 1981. Commercial Folklore and Voodoo in Haiti:
International Tourism and the Sale of Culture. Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana
University.
LacG155/.H21G61






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482. Hearn, Lafcadio. 1885. Gombo Zhebes: Little Dictionary of Creole
Proverbs Selected from Six Creole Dialects. New York: Coleman.
398.9/H436g; Haitian proverbs selected from Bigelow 1875

483. Hyppolite, Michelson Paul. 1954. A Study of Haitian Folklore.
Port-au-Prince: Imprimerie de l'Etat.
Lac398/H998oE

484. Ivy, James W. 1941. The Wisdom of the Haitian Peasant, Or Some
Haitian Proverbs Considered. Journal of Negro History 26:485-498.
325.26/J86

485. Jahn, Janheinz. 1961. Muntu: An Outline of the New African
Culture. New York: Grove.
IbcLibDT352/.J313

486. Jean-Baptiste, Pauris. 1975. D#zi6m Kout Flach sou 300 Provbb
Dayiti. Port-au-Prince: Bon Nouvel.
LacPM7854/.H3J423

487. Jeanty, Edner A., and 0. Carl Brown. 1976. Parbl Granmoun: Haitian
Popular Wisdom. Port-au-Prince: Learning Center.
LacPN6519/.H3J42581

488. Johnson, Gyneth. 1949. How the Donkeys Came to Haiti and Other
Tales. New York: Devin-Adair.
LacPZ8.1/.J6Ho

489. Kajbs. 1980. Koukourouy dey6 Teyat. SOl 45/46:38-41.
Lac261.83/S464

490. Leaf, Earl, and Leonie Greenwood-Adams. 1946. Haiti Hoedown.
Collier's 117(18):22-24.
051/C699

491. Lomax, Alan. 1938. Haitian Journey. Southwest Review 23:125-147.
051/S728

492. 1975. Africanisms in New World Negro Music. In The
Haitian Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti. Vera Rubin and
Richard P. Schaedel, eds. Pp. 38-58. New York: Teacher's College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748

493. Ogistin, Joz f. 1979. Chant# L#gliz an Ayiti. S6l 43:9-13,31.
Lac261.83/S464

494. Parsons, Elsie Clews. 1933,1936,1943. Folklore of the Antilles,
French and English. Memoirs of the American Folklore Society, Vol. 26,
Pts. 1,2,3.
398.306/A512m, Lac; Haiti is in Pt. 2, pp. 470-596

495. Paskal, Tit, and Jan-Iv Urfie. 1979. Sa Yo R41 Mizik Ayisyin. Sel
43:3-8,30.
Lac261.83/S464






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496. Phillips, Anghelen A. .1983. Haiti's Endangered Gingerbread.
Americas 35(1):27-31.
Lac905/A512; marvelous drawings

497. Pradines, Emerante de. 1954. Instruments of Rhythm. Tomorrow
3(1):123-126.
133.07/T661h

498. Pradines, Emerante de, singer, and the Michele Dejean Group. 1954.
Creole Songs of Haiti. Phonograph Record. New York: Folkways Records and
Service.
MusLibLP264

499. Price-Mars, Jean. 1983. So Spoke the Uncle. Washington, D.C.:
Three Continents (first published 1928).
LacGR121/.H3P713; the famous romanticization of the peasant

500. Quirino dos Santos, Benedicta. 1951. Haiti Sings. Americas
3(6):30-31.
Lac905/A512

501. Salaam, Kalamu ya. 1979. The Haiti Experience. Black Collegian
10(2):62-70,126-127.
LC2781/.B627; pp. 66-69.

502. Seley, Jason. 1953. A Sculptor in Haiti. Americas 5(11):20-23.
Lac905/A512

503. Shapiro, Norman R., ed. 1970. Negritude: Black Poetry from Africa
and the Caribbean. New York: October.
841.008/S529n; Haitian writers on pp. 92-127

504. Simpson, George Eaton. 1940. Peasant Songs and Dances of Northern
Haiti. Journal of Negro History 25:203-215.
325.26/J86

505. 1943. Traditional Tales from Northern Haiti. Journal
of American Folklore 56:255-265.
398.05/J86

506. Simpson, George E., and J. B. Cineas. 1941. Folktales of Haitian
Heroes. Journal of American Folklore 54:176-185.
398.05/J86

507. Sylvain, Georges. 1929. Cric? Crac! Port-au-Prince: Bibliotheque
Haltienne.
LacPQ3949/.S9C7; fables of La Fontaine in Creole

508. Thoby-Marcelin, Philippe, and Pierre Marcelin. 1954. Three Haitian
Folk Tales. Americas 6(3):24-26.
Lac905/A512; two of these reappear in 1971

509. .1959. Two Haitian Folk Tales. Americas 11(9):22-24.
Lac905/A512







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510. 1971. The Singing Turtle and Other Tales from Haiti.
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

511. Toro. 1979. Mini-Diaz. Sel 43:21-26.
Lac261.83/S464

512. Urfit, Jan-lv. 1979. Mizik LUgliz apr# Konsil Vatikan 2. Sl6
43:27-30.
Lac261.83/S464

513. V4dad, Elifb. 1979. Sa-k Pas4 nan Mizik Ayiti. Sel
43:14-15,17-20,30.
Lac261.83/S464

514. Wakefield, Edward. 1891. Wisdom of Gombo. Nineteenth Century
30:575-582.
Stor051/N714; non-Haitian French creole proverbs


515. 1954. The Whistle and the Whip. Tomorrow
133.07/T661h


516. White, Clarence Cameron. 1929.
Island of Beauty, Mystery and Rhythm.
MusLib780.5/E83


3(1):91-94.


A Musical Pilgrimage to Haiti:
Etude 47:505-506.


The


517. Wolkstein, Diane. 1978. The Magic Orange Tree and Other Haitian
Folktales. New York: Knopf.
LacPZ8.1/.W84, EduLib

518. Yarborough, Lavinia Williams. 1956. Haiti: Where I Teach Dance.
Dance Magazine 30(10):42-44,76-79.
792.805/D173m

519. 1959. Haiti-Dance. Frankfurt am Main: Br6nners
Druckerei.
Lac793.31972/Y26h; partially repeats 1956






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12. Haiti: Independence

520. Alexis, Stephen. 1949. Black Liberator: The Life of Toussaint
Louverture. New York: Macmillan.
LacB/T734; much shortened from the French

521. Anon. 1792. A Particular Account of the Commencement and Progress
of the Insurrection of the Negroes in St. Domingo, 2nd ed. London:
Sewell.
Lac(Spec)F1923/.S23; French planters' version

522. Baur, John E. 1970. International Repercussions of the Haitian
Revolution. Americas 26:394-418.
Lac970.05/A512

523. Beard, John R. 1970. The Life of Toussaint L'Ouverture: The Negro
Patriot of Hayti. Westport, Connecticut: Negro Universities Press (first
published 1853).
LacFI923/.T7

524. 1971. Toussaint L'Ouverture: A Biography and
Autobiography. Freeport, New York: Books for Libraries (first published
1863).
LacFI923/.T7; same as 1970 with Louverture's autobiography added

525. Bell, Howard H., ed. 1970. Black Separatism and the Caribbean 1860.
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Lac301.45373/B433b, IbcLib; contains Harris 1860 and Holly 1857

526. Bellegarde, Dantes. 1943. Alexandre Potion: A Pioneer of Pan
Americanism. Bulletin of the Pan American Union 77:245-252.
Lac905/P187; repeated in 1953; by the famous historian, anti-American, and
Francophile

527. 1953. Alexandre Potion: The Founder of Rural Democracy
in Haiti. Caribbean Quarterly 3:167-173.
Lac972.9005/C277; same as 1943

528. Bird, M. B. 1971. The Black Man: Or Haytian Independence Deduced
from Historical Notes. Freeport, New York: Books for Libraries (first
published 1896).
LacF1921/.B622; by Methodist missionary in Haiti for 30 years; published in
London as The Republic of Haiti, and Its Struggles

529. Blanchet, Jules. 1953. Haiti's Battle for Freedom. Americas
5(11):6-7.
Lac905/A512

530. Breathett, George. 1967. Haiti in the French Revolution, First
Phase: Rights of Property versus Rights of Man. Journal of Human
Relations 15:190-200.
305/J866







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531. Brown, George W. 1922. The Origins of Abolition in Santo Domingo.
Journal of Negro History 7:365-376.
325.26/J86

532. Charles, Joseph D. 1949. Toussaint Louverture. Americas
1(2):28-32,40.
Lac905/A512

533. Chazotte, Peter S. 1840. Historical Sketches of the Revolutions,
and the Foreign and Civil Wars in the Island of St. Domingo. New York:
Applegate.
Lac972.9403/C513h; much on the killing of whites

534. Clark, George P., and Donald Purcell. 1969. Winds of Change in the
Haitian Revolution. Negro History Bulletin 22(6):7-16.
909.097496/N393

535. Cole, Hubert. 1967. Christophe: King of Haiti. New York: Viking.
Lac972.4904/C689c; probably the best on Christophe

536. Curtin, Philip D. 1950. The Declaration of the Rights of Man in
Saint-Domingue, 1788-1791. Hispanic American Historical Review 30:157-175.
Lac980.5/H673

537. Daley, Guilbert A. 1979. A Trilogy of the Haitian Revolutionary
Triumbirate. Plays. Ph.D. dissertation, Southern Illinois University.
Lac(Micro); three original plays about Louverture, Dessalines, and
Christophe, with essay

538. DeHopp, Herman Rauke. 1965. General Rochambeau and the French
Expedition to Haiti in 1802. M.A. thesis, University of Florida.
Lac972.9403/D323g

539. Dubroca, Louis. 1802. The Life of Toussaint Louverture. London:
Symonds.
Lac(Micro)F1923/.D7913; treats Louverture as a criminal and tyrant

540. Edwards, Bryan. 1797. An Historical Survey of the French Colony in
the Island of St. Domingo. London: Stockdale.
Lac(Spec)972.94/E26h, Lac(Micro)F1921/.885, Micro810.8/E12; by eyewitness
of 1791 revolt

541. Fouchard, Jean. 1981. The Haitian Maroons: Liberty or Death. New
York: Blyden (first published 1972).
LacHT108.1/.F6813

542. Gaimari, Francis Anthony, Jr. 1977. Historiographical and
Bibliographical Survey of Primary and Secondary Source Materials Relevant
to the Study of the Haitian Revolution. M.A. thesis, University of
Florida.
Lac378/FO/1977/6141h

543. Garrett, Mitchell Bennett. 1970. The French Colonial Question,
1789-1791. Westport, Connecticut: Negro Universities Press (first
published 1917).
Lac972.94/G239f






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544. Geggus, David Patrick. 1978a. From His Most Catholic Majesty to the
Godless Republic: The "Volte-Face" of Toussaint Louverture and the Ending
of Slavery in Saint Domingue. Revue Frangaise d'Histoire d'Outre-Mer
65:481-499.
LacFI923/.G441

545. 1978b. Two British Soldiers in Revolutionary Saint
Domingue: The Journals of Captain Colville and Lieutenant Howard.
Caribbean Archives 9:3-8.
Lac025.171/C277

546. 1979. Yellow Fever in the 1790s: The British Army in
Occupied Saint Domingue. Medical History 23(1):38-58.
LacRC212/.H31G41

547. 1980. Slave, Soldier, Rebel: The Strange Career of
Jean Kina. Jamaican Historical Review 12:33-51.
Lac972.92/J27

548. 1981a. The British Government and the Santo Domingue
Slave Revolt, 1791-1793. English Historical Review 96:285-305
Lac942.005/E58

549. 1981b. Jamaica and the Saint Domingue Slave Revolt,
1791-1793. Americas 38:219-233.
Lac970.05/A512

550. 1982a. British Opinion and the Emergence of Haiti,
1791-1805. In Slavery and British Society, 1776-1846. James Walvin, ed.
Pp. 123-149. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University.
HT1162/.S58

551. 1982b. Slavery, War, and Revolution: The British
Occupation of Saint Domingue 1793-1798. New York: Oxford University
Press.
LacFI923/.G37

552. 1983. Unexploited Sources for the History of the
Haitian Revolution. Latin American Research Review 18(1):95-103.
Lac980.0072/L357

553. Griffiths, Ann. 1970. Black Patriot and Martyr: Toussaint of
Haiti. New York: Messner.
Fictionalized and apparently juvenile

554. Griggs, Earl Leslie, and Clifford H. Prator, eds. 1952. Henry
Christophe and Thomas Clarkson: A Correspondence. Berkeley: University
of California Press.
Lac972.94/C556h; Part I is succinct summary of 1492-1820

555. Hamshere, C. E. 1967. Henri Christophe: King of Haiti. History
Today 17:181-188.
905/H6732







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556. Harris, J. Dennis. 1969. A Summer on the Borders of the Caribbean
Sea. Westport, Connecticut: Negro Universities Press (first published
1860).
Lac972.94/H314s; also found in Bell, ed., 1970

557. Harvey, W. W. 1971. Sketches of Hayti: From the Expulsion of the
French to the Death of Christophe. London: Cass (first published 1827).
Lac972.94/H342s; sympathetic view by an English adviser

558. Hassal, Mary. 1808. Secret History: Or the Horrors of St. Domingo.
Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep.
Lac(Micro)F1923/.D7913; gossipy and unreliable

559. Heatter, Basil. 1972. A King in Haiti: The Story of Henri
Christophe. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Lac972.9404/H442k; juvenile

560. Hill, Adelaide C. 1958. Revolution in Haiti, 1791-1820. Presence
Africaine 20:5-24.
572.96/P933

561. Holly, Jas. Theo. 1857. A Vindication of the Capacity of the Negro
Race for Self-Government, and Civilized Progress, as Demonstrated by
Historical Events of the Haitian Revolution. New Haven, Connecticut:
Afric-American.
Found in Bell, ed., 1970; by American black Episcopal priest

562. Hughes, H. B. L. 1974. British Policy towards Haiti, 1801-1805.
Canadian Historical Review 25:397-408.
971.005/C212

563. James, C. L. R. 1963. The Black Jacobins: Toussaint L'Ouverture
and the San Domingo Revolution, 2nd ed. New York: Vintage.
Lac972.9403/Jk27b2, IbcLibFI923/.T85; very little changed from 1938
edition; by black Marxist historian

564. Jerome, Yves J. 1978. Toussaint L'Ouverture. New York: Vantage.
Quite abbreviated

565. Korngold, Ralph. 1944. Citizen Toussaint. Boston: Little, Brown.
Lac972.9403/K84c

566. Lacerta, Robert K. 1975. The First Land Reform in Latin America:
The Reforms of Alexander P4tion, 1809-1814. Inter-American Economic
Affairs 28:77-85.
Lac330.627/1614

567. 1978. The Evolution of Land and Labor in the Haitian
Revolution, 1791-1820. Americas 34:449-459.
Lac970.05/A512

568. Laleau, Lion. 1953. Makers of a Nation. Americas 5(11):8-9,27-28.
Lac905/A512; on Louverture, Dessalines, Petion, Christophe






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569. Leyburn, James G. 1966. The Haitian People, rev. ed. New Haven,
Connecticut: Yale University Press.
Lac972.94/L682h; Chapter 5; text identical to 1941 edition, with Mintz's
41-page introduction added

570. Lokke, Carl Ludwig. 1925. The Leclerc Instructions. Journal of
Negro History 10:80-98.
325.26/J86

571. Matthewson, Tim. 1982. Abraham Bishop, "The Rights of Black Men,"
and the American Reaction to the Haitian Revolution. Journal of Negro
History 47:148-154.
325.26/J86

572. Moran, Charles. 1951. Black Triumvirate: A Study of Louverture,
Dessalines, Christophe--The Men Who Made Haiti. New York: Exposition.
Lac972.9401/M829B

573. Mossell, C. W. 1896. Toussaint L'Ouverture: The Hero of Saint
Domingo, Soldier, Statesman, Martyr. Lockport, New York: Ward and Cobb.
LacF1923/.M91; by missionary with African Methodist Episcopal Church

574. Ott, Thomas 0. 1973. The Haitian Revolution, 1789-1804. Knoxville:
University of Tennessee Press.
Lac972.9403/089h

575. Parham, Lathda de Puech, ed. 1959. My Odyssey: Experiences of a
Young Refugee from Two Revolutions. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State
University Press.
Lac972.9403/M995

576. Parkinson, Wenda. 1978. "This Gilded African": Toussaint
L'Ouverture. London: Quartet.
LacF1923/.T69P371

577. Rainsford, Marcus. 1805. An Historical Account of the Black Empire
of Hayti. London: Cundee.
Lac(Spec)972.94/R158h; by unusually sympathetic British adventurer and
historian

578. Shannon, Magdaline W., comp. 1973. Bibliography of Saint Dominique:
Especially for the Period of 1700-1804. Iowa City: University of Iowa.
LacRO16.9729403/S528b

579. Staff. 1910. Letters of Toussaint Louverture and of Edward Stevens,
1798-1800. American Historical Review 16:64-101.
973.05/A512

580. Stephen, James. 1814. The History of Toussaint Louverture, new ed.
London: (N.P.).
LacF1923/.T73; previously published as Buonaparte in the West Indies

581. 1969. Crisis of the Sugar Colonies. Westport,
Connecticut: Negro Universities Press (first published 1802).
LacF1923/.S82







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582. Steward, T. G. 1914. The Haitian Revolution, 1791 to 1804: Or Side
Lights on the French Revolution. New York: Crowell.
972.94/S849h

583. Stoddard, T. Lothrop. 1914. The French Revolution in San Domingo.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
972.94/S869f; by the infamous white supremist

584. Syme, Ronald. 1971. Toussaint: The Black Liberator. New York:
Morrow.
PkyLibB/Tou; juvenile

585. Tyson, George F., Jr., ed. 1973. Toussaint L'Ouverture. Englewood
Cliffs: Prentice-Hall.
Lac972.9403/T994t; collection of writings by and about Louverture

586. Vandercook, John W. 1928. Black Majesty. New York: Harper and
Brothers.
LacB/C5557v; fictionalized account of Christophe

587. Vastey, Baron de. 1969. An Essay on the Causes of the Revolution
and Civil Wars of Hayti. Westport, Connecticut: Negro Universities Press
(first published 1823).
LacF1923/.V313; by Christophe's secretary

588. Vinogradov, Anatolii. 1935. The Black Consul. New York: Viking.
LacF1923/.V55; fiction presented as fact

589. Waxman, Percy. 1931. The Black Napoleon: The Story of Toussaint
Louverture. New York: Harcourt, Brace.
LacB/T734w

590. Wimpffen, Francis Alexander Stanislaus Baron de. 1797. A Voyage to
Santo Domingo in the Years 1788, 1789, and 1790. London: Cadell and
Davies.
In UF Library only in Spanish; by a keen observer

591. Young, Maurice de. 1960. Jean-Jacques Dessalines and Charles
Belair. Journal of Inter-American Studies 2:449-456.
Lac980.05/J86

592. Zendegui, Guillermo de. 1970. The Great Haitian Epic. Amnricas
22(6):2-11.
Lac905/A512; mostly on the Citadel







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13 Haiti: Languages

593. Anon. 1975. Bbn Nouvbl pou Tout Moun: Nouvo TCstaman ak S6m yo an
Kreybl Ayisyin. Port-au-Prince: Soci4et Biblique Haitienne.

594. Baker, Philip. 1972. Kreol: A Description of Mauritian Creole.
London: Hurst.

595. Baker, Philip, and Chris Corne. 1982. Isle de France Creole:
Affinities and Origins. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Karoma.
PM7854/.M51

596. Berry, Paul C. 1962. Introductory Exercises in Haitian Creole.
Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee.

597. 1975. Literacy and the Question of Creole. In The
Haitian Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti. Vera Rubin and
Richard P. Schaedel, eds. Pp. 83-113. New York: Teachers College Press.
Lac309.17294/C748

598. Bigelow, John. 1875. The Wit and Wisdom of the Haytians. Harper's
New Monthly Magazine 51:130-136,288-291,438-441,583-587.
051/H294

599. 1877. The Wit and Wisdom of the Haytians. New York:
Scribner and Armstrong.
Lac(Spec)398.9/B592w; expansion of 1875

600. Bon Nouvel
LacBR9/.C64B448; monthly Roman Catholic magazine in Creole from
Port-au-Prince

601. Bowman, Laura, and LeRoy Antoine, eds. 1938. The Voice of Haiti.
New York: Williams.
Lac784.497294/B787v; songs with Creole lyrics

602. Broussard, James Francis. 1972. Louisiana Creole Dialect. Port
Washington, New York: Kennikat (first published 1942).
447.9763/88751

603. Brown, Oral Carl, Jr. 1972. Haitian Vodou in Relation to Negritude
and Christianity: A Study of Acculturation and Applied Anthropology.
Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University.
Lac(Micro); some years as missionary in northwest; three case studies in
Creole

604. Buchanan, Susan Huelsebusch. 1979. Language and Identity: Haitians
in New York City. International Migration Review 13:298-313.
325.05/1612; expanded in 1980

605. 1980. Scattered Seeds: The Meaning of the Migration
for Haitians in New York City. Ph.D. dissertation, New York University.
Largely on the French-Creole problem of New York City Haitians







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606. Clotaire, Max. 1955. Liv. Port-au-Prince: Seksion de l'Edukasion
d& Zadult, Direksion Jeneral de l'Educasion Nasional.
447.9/H1531; textbook for adult education in Creole

607. Comhaire-Sylvain, Suzanne. 1937-1938. Creole Tales from Haiti.
Journal of American Folklore 50:207-295 and 51:219-346.
398.05/J86

608. Confiant, Raphael, and Fl6ix L. Prudent. 1983. Creole--Language of
the Caribbean. UNESCO Courier 36(7):14-16.
341.1305/U487

609. Come, Chris. 1977. Seychelles Creole Grammar: Elements for
Indian Ocean Proto-Creole Reconstruction. Tubingen: TBL.
PM7854/.S4C6

610. Courlander, Harold. 1960. The Drum and the Hoe: Life and Lore of
the Haitian People. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Lac398.097294/C861d

611. Cuevas, Lolita, singer, and Frantz Casseus, guitarist. 1953.
Haitian Folk Songs. Phonograph Record. New York: Folkways Records and
Service.
MusLibLP263

612. Dejean, Yves (Iv Dejan). 1974. Ti Liv Otograf KrCybl. Montreal:
Agence de Presse Libre du Quebec.
Lac447.97294/D326t

613. 1980a. Ann Kase Koub Otograf la. Sel 48/49:4-5.
Lac261.83/S464; marks a change in Sel toward IPN orthography

614. 1980b. Ap Reponn Keksyon SWl sou Nouvo Otograf Kreybl
la. Sl6 48/49:25-33.
Lac261.83/S464

615. 1980c. Ki W61 Kreybl la nan Tout Pwoblem Ayiti? Sel
48/49:6-13.
Lac261.83/S464

616. 1983. Sa Ki nan Entere Moun Ki Pale Kreybl? Sel
54/55:32-39.
Lac261.83/S464

617. D4roche, F. Louis (F. Lwi Dewoch). c.1968. AbrejC Istoua Daiti,
1492-1945. Port-au-Prince: Comite Protestant d'Alphab4tisation.
Lac920.07294/D437a; secondary-level history textbook

618. 1981. Kout Flach sou Istwa Peyi Ayiti: Depi nan Tan
Lontan Rive Jouk 1804, Primye Pati. [Port-au-Prince): Komite Liv
CPAL la.






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619. Desir, Roger. 1980. L4kbl Radio Soley. In Creole et Enseignement
Pimaire en Haite. Albert Valdman, ed. Pp. 107-125. Bloomington: Indiana
University.
LacLB1511/.C741

620. Dillard, J. L. 1962. Purism and Prescriptivism as Applied to the
Caribbean Creole--A Tentative Classification. Caribbean Studies 1(4):3-10.
Lac972.9005/C2774

621. 1963. Toward a Bibliography of Works Dealing with the
Creole Language of the Caribbean Area, Louisiana, and the Guianas.
Caribbean Studies 3(1):84-95.
Lac972.9005/C2774

622. 1964. The Writings of Herskovits and the Study of the
Language of the Negro in the New World. Caribbean Studies 4(2):35-41.
Lac972.9005/C2774

623. Efron, Edith. 1954. French and Creole Patios in Haiti. Caribbean
Quarterly 3:199-213.
Lac972.9005/C277; by a journalist

624. 1955. The "New Movement" in Haiti. Caribbean Quarterly
4:14-31.
Lac972.9005/C277

625. Fayo. c.1980. 3333 Proverbs in Haitian Creole. Port-au-Prince:
Fardin.
Much more than just proverbs

626. F4erre, Gerard Alphonse. 1974. Haitian Creole Sound-System,
Form-Class, Texts. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.
Lac447.97294/F349h

627. 1977. Diglossia in Haiti: A Comparison with Paraguayan
Bilingualism. Caribbean Studies 23(1):50-60.
Lac972.9005/C2774

628. Fleischmann, Ulrich. 1984. Language, Literacy, and
Underdevelopment. In Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary
Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 101-117. Lanham,
Maryland: University Press of America.
Lac

629. Fontaine, Pierre-Michel. 1981. Language, Society, and Development:
Dialectic of French and Creole Use in Haiti. Latin American Perspectives
8(1):28-46.
Lac320.98/L3572

630. Foster, Charles R. 1980. Creole in Conflict. Migration Today
8(5):8-13.
JV6001/.M63

631. FrankCtienne. 1975. Dczafi. Novel. Port-au-Prince: Fardin.
Lac843.914/F829d; the best-known work in modern Creole







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632. 1978a. P6lin-Tet. Play. Port-au-Prince:
Port-au-Princiennes.
LacPM7854/.H3F726; Haiti's leading Creole writer

633. 1978b. Troufoban. Play. Port-au-Prince:
Port-au-Princiennes.
LacPM7854/.H3F73

634. Goodman, Morris F. 1958. On the Phonemics of the French Creole of
Trinidad. Word 14:208-212.
405/W924

635. 1964. A Comparative Study of Creole French Dialects.
The Hague: Mouton.
408.2/J353/v.4

636. Hall, R. M. R., and Beatrice L. Hall. 1971. A Contrastive Haitian
Creole-English Checklist. English Record 21(4):136-147.

637. Hall, Robert A., Jr. 1950a. Further English Borrowings in Haitian
Creole. American Speech 25:150-151.
420.5/A512; addendum to Schwartz 1949

638. 1950b. The Genetic Relationships of Haitian Creole.
Ricerche Linguistiche 1:194-203.
450.8/R497; expanded in 1953

639. 1950c. Nasalization in Haitian Creole. Modern Language
Notes. 65:474-478.
405/M689

640. 1952. Aspect and Tense in Haitian Creole. Romance
Philology 5:312-316.
479.105/R7582

641. 1953. Haitian Creole: Grammar, Texts, Vocabulary.
Philadelphia: Memoirs of the American Folklore Society, Vol. 43.
572.05/A512m/n.74, Lac398.306/A512m; the full linguistic treatment with 150
pages of texts

642. Hull, Alexander. 1968. The Origins of New World French Phonology.
Word 24:255-269.
405/W924

643. Ifye, Jan-lv. 1980. Ak Ki Lang Legliz d-Ayiti Dw6 Sevi. Sel
48/49:21.
Lac261.83/S464

644. Jean-Baptiste, Pauris. 1975a. Chouichoui Gran Chimin. Poems.
Port-au-Prince: Bon Nouvl.
LacPM7854/.H3J422

645. 1975b. DUziCm Kout Flach sou 300 Proveb Dayiti.
Port-au-Prince: Bon Nouvel.
LacPM7854/.H3J423







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646. 1979. Sogo nan Kwazman Granchimin. Novel.
Port-au-Prince: Bon Nouvl.
LacPM7854/.H3J4241

647. Jeanty, Edner A., and 0. Carl Brown. 1976. Parbl Granmoun: Haitian
Popular Wisdom. Port-au-Prince: Learning Center.
LacPN6519/.H3J42581

648. 1977. Let's Learn Creole. Port-au-Prince:
Evangelique.
LacPM7854/.H3J4

649. Jones, Stanley. 1952. The French Patois of the Seychelles. African
Affairs 51:237-247.
960.05/A2583; some language information but non-linguistic and terribly
snotty and racist

650. Jourdain, Elodie. 1954. Creole--a Folk Language. Caribbean
Quarterly 3:24-30.
Lac972.9005/C277

651. Komite Liv CPAL la. 1984. Kout Flach sou Jewografi Dayiti.
[Port-au-Prince]: Boukan.

652. Koopman, Hilda, and Claire Lefebvre. 1981. Haitian Creole Pu. In
Generative Studies on Creole Languages. Pieter Muysken, ed. Pp. 201-221.
Dordrecht: Foris.
PM7831/.G4

653. Labuchin, Rassoul. 1980. Ki Jan M Komans6 Ekri an Krbybl. In
Creole et Enseignement Pimaire en Haite. Albert Valdman, ed. Pp. 201-203.
Bloomington: Indiana University.
LacLB1511/.C741

654. Laguerre, Michel S. 1980. Voodoo Heritage. Beverly Hills,
California: Sage.
LacBL2490/.L27; Voodoo songs in Creole and English

655. Leonidas, Jean-Robert. 1982. Depression a la Haitian: A Linguistic
Misinterpretation. New York State Journal of Medicine 82:754-755.
HeaLib; on misunderstanding of Creole by French- and English-speaking
physicians

656. Levy, Marie Jocelyne Trouillot. 1980. Preparasion Zouti ki Nesese
pou Anseyman an Byin Fet. In Creole et Enseignement Pimaire en Haite.
Albert Valdman, ed. Pp. 138-143. Bloomington: Indiana University.
LacLB1511/.C741

657. Leyburn, James G. 1966. The Haitian People, rev. ed. New Haven,
Connecticut: Yale University Press.
Lac972.94/L682h; Chapter 18; text identical to 1941 edition, with Mintz's
41-page introduction added







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658. McConnell, H. Ormonde, and Eugene Swan. 1957. You Can Learn Creole:
A Simple Introduction to Haitian Creole for English Speaking People, 3rd
ed. Petit Goave, Haiti: Sauveur.
Lac447.9/M129y3

659. Mapou, Jan. 1981. Pwezigram. Poems. New York: Sosyete-Koukouy.
Lac

660. Matelye, Jbj. 1980. Ki W6l Legliz nan Pwogr6 Kreybl la? S6l
48/49:22-24.
Lac261.83/S464

661. Mathelier, Georges. 1980. Kreybl-la ap Vanst pi DOvan, L ap Month
pi Wo. In Creole et Enseignement Pimaire en Haite. Albert Valdman, ed.
Pp. 14-16. Bloomington: Indiana University.
LacLB1511/.C741

662. Megie, Emile Celestin. 1980. Riches ak Blte Lang Ayisyin an. In
Creole et Enseignement Pimaire en Haite. Albert Valdman, ed. Pp. 190-200.
Bloomington: Indiana University.
LacLB1511/.C741

663. Mirville, Ernst. 1980. Kijan Yo Fb Mo N6f an Krbybl. In Creole et
Enseignement Pimaire en Haite. Albert Valdman, ed. Pp. 182-189.
Bloomington: Indiana University.
LacLB1511/.C741

664. 1982. Kreybl Lessons for English Speaking People.
Pbtoprens: Enstiti Lengistik Aplike Pbtoprens.

665. Mondesir, Luxembourg. 1948. Cauzemen Payzan: Souveni, Conte,
Provbbe ak gnou Roman Dramatik. Port-au-Prince: Commerce.
Lac848.91./M741c

666. Morgan, Raleigh, Jr. 1959. Structural Sketch of Saint Martin
Creole. Anthropological Linguistics 1(8):20-24.
572.05/A6288; Louisiana Creole

667. 1960. The Lexicon of Saint Martin Creole.
Anthropological Linguistics 2(1):7-29.
572.05/A6288; Louisiana Creole

668. 1970. African Linguistic Features in Creolized
Languages. CLA Journal 14:42-56.
805/C697c; Louisiana Creole

669. Morisseau-Leroy, Felix (Feliks Moriso-Lewa). 1978. Roua Kreon ak
Pep-la. Two Plays. Dakar: Jadinkreyol.
LacPM7854/.H3M6751; one of the best known contemporary Creole writers

670. 1982. Vilbone: Kont Chante. Poems. Miami:
Jadenkreybl.
Lac

671. 1983a. Dyakout 1,2,3 ak Twa Lbt Poem. Poems. Miami:
Jaden Kreybl.
Lac







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672. 1983b. Haiti: The Awakening of Creole Consciousness.
UNESCO Courier 36(4):18-20.
341.1305/U587; on adaptation of Antigone

673. Narcisse, Pierre-Richard. 1979. Dey ak Lespoua. Poems.
Port-au-Prince: Choucoune.
LacPM7854/.H3N373

674. Narcisse, Pierre-Richard, and Lyonel Prouillot. 1979. Db-Palo.
Poems. Port-au-Prince: Ateliers Fardin.
LacPM7854/.H3N7371

675. Nemours, Aurelie. 1975. Haiti 6 Erzulie. Faverolles: Editions
de la Tour.
LacPM7854/.H3H28; Creole, French, English text with photographs

676. Numa, Nono. 1975. Jne6ral Rodrig. Play. Port-au-Prince: Bon
Nouvl.
LacPM7854/.H3N84

677. Orjala, Paul Richard. 1970. A Dialect Survey of Haitian Creole.
Ph.D. dissertation, Hartford Seminary.
Lac447.97294/069d; by missionary 12 years in Haiti

678. Papen, Robert Antoine. 1978. The French-Based Creoles of the Indian
Ocean: An Analysis and Comparison. Ph.D. dissertation, University of
California, San Diego.

679. Parsons, Elsie Clews. 1933,1936,1943. Folklore of the Antilles,
French and English. Memoirs of the American Folklore Society, Vol. 26,
Pts. 1,2,3.
398.306/A512m, Lac; Haiti is in Pt. 2, pp. 470-596

680. Paultre, Carrie. 1970. Ti Jak. Novel. Port-au-Prince: Comite
Protestant d'Alphabetisation et de Litterature (first published 1965).
Lac843.914/P332t

681. 1982. Tonton Libin. Port-au-Prince: Editions Boukan
(first published 1976).

682. PayO, Madlen. c.1978. Inselbadje: Kont Chant#. Stories.
Port-au-Prince: La Phalange.
LacPM7854/.H3P39

683. Pradines, Emerante de, singer, and the Michele Dejean Group. 1954.
Creole Songs of Haiti. Phonograph Record. New York: Folkways Records and
Service.
MusLibLP264

684. Racine, Marie M. Buteau (Mari-Masel Bite Rasin). 1970. French and
Creole Lexico-semantic Conflicts: A Contribution to the Study of Language
in Contact in the Haitian Diglossic Situation. Ph.D. dissertation,
Georgetown University.







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685. 1975. French Creole in the Caribbean. CLA Journal
18:491-500.
805/C697c

686. 1980. Lang Kreybl la ap Pran Plas Li an Ayiti. SOl
48/49:14-17.
Lac261.83/S464

687. Roumer, Emile. 1964. Rosaire: Couronne Sonnets. Poems.
Port-au-Prince: Panorama.
Lac841.914/R859r; by the "dean" of Creole poets

688. Saint-Hubert, Nirvah J.-J. 1980. Kisa Sa Vie Di: Moun Konn Li? In
Cr6ole et Enseignement Pimaire en Haite. Albert Valdman, ed. Pp. 131-137.
Bloomington: Indiana University.
LacLB1511/.C741

689. Schwartz, William Leonard. 1949. American Speech and Haitian
French. American Speech 24:282-285.
420.5/A512

690. Sl6
Lac261.83/S464; monthly magazine in Creole from Brooklyn

691. The Service Medical, Gendarmerie d'Haiti. 1923. Lessons in Haitian
Creole: With Some Information Regarding the Republic of Haiti.
Port-au-Prince: Cheney.
447.9/h15321; chapter on history written by H. P. Davis

692. Simpson, George Eaton. 1940. The Vodun Service in Northern Haiti.
American Anthropologist 42;236-254.
572.05/A512

693. 1946. Four Vodun Ceremonies. Journal of American
Folklore 59:154-167.
398.05/J86

694. 1954. Peasant Children's Games in Northern Haiti.
Folklore 65:65-73.
398.06/F6663

695. Smat, Wilyam. 1980. You Moso nan Istwa Lang Kreyl6 an Ayiti. Sl6
48/49:17-20.
Lac261.83/S464

696. Staff. 1959-1960. Krebl, 3 vols. Port-au-Prince: Division du
developpement Rural.
Lac447.97294/K92; elementary textbook

697. 1953. M-ap Aprann Li. Port-au-Prince: Section de
l'Education des Adultes, Direction Generale de l'Education Nationale.
447.9/H153m3; elementary textbooks







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698. Swan, Eugene, and H. Ormonde McConnell. 1953. You Can Learn Creole:
A Simple Introduction to Haitian Creole for English Speaking People, 2nd
ed. Port-au-Prince: Imprimerie de l'Etat.
447.9/M129y2; see McConnell and Swan 1957

699. Sylvain, Georges. 1929. Cric? Crac! Port-au-Prince: Bibliothbque
Hattienne.
LacPQ3949/.S9C7; fables of La Fontaine in Creole with almost unreadable
Frenchified spelling

700. Targete, Jean. 1972. Advanced Grammar of Haitian Creole.
Washington, DC.: (N.P.).

701. Thomas, J. J. 1969. The Theory and Practice of Creole Grammar.
London: New Beacon (first published 1869).
Lac447.972983/T458t; on the French Creole of Trinidad

702. Tinelli, Henri. 1970. Generative Phonology of Haitian Creole.
Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan.

703. 1974. Generative and Creolization Processes: Nasality
in Haitian Creole. Lingua 33:343-366.
405/L755

704. 1981. Creole Phonology. The Hague: Mouton.
Lac408.2/J353/v.117

705. Toynbee, Mary W. 1969. A Visitor's Guide to St. Lucia Patois.
Castries: St. Lucia Tourist Board.
Lac447.9729843/T756v

706. Trouillot, Michel-Rolph. 1977. Ti DifO BoulO sou Istoua Ayiti. New
York: Koleksion Lakansiel.
LacF1921/.T76

707. Valdman, Albert. 1968. Language Standardization in a Diglossia
Situation: Haiti. In Language Problems of Developing Nations. Joshua A.
Fishman, Charles A. Ferguson, Jyotirindra Das Gupta, eds. Pp. 313-326.
New York: Wiley.

708. 1970. Basic Course in Haitian Creole. Bloomington:
Creole Institute, Indiana University.
By the "dean" of Haitian Creole studies

709. 1971. The Language Situation in Haiti. In
Pidginization and Creolization of Languages. Dell Hymes, ed. Pp. 61-62.
London: Cambridge University Press.
410/P612

710. 1973. Some Aspects of Decreolization in Creole French.
In Current Trends in Linguistics, Vol. II. Thomas A. Sebeok, ed. Pp.
507-536. The Hague: Mouton.
410.82/S443c







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711. 1975. The Language Situation in Haiti. In The Haitian
Potential: Research and Resources of Haiti. Vera Rubin and Richard P.
Schaedel, eds. Pp. 62-83. New York: Teacher's College Press.
Lac308.17294/C748

712. 1977. Creolization: Elaboration in the Development of
Creole French Dialects. In Pidgin and Creole Linguistics. Albert Valdman,
ed. Pp. 155-189. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
PM7802/.P48

713. 1981. Haitian-Creole-English-French Dictionary, 2 vols.
Bloomington: Creole Institute, Indiana University.
LacPM7854/.H3V3421

714. 1982. Educational Reform and the Instrumentalization of
the Vernacular in Haiti. In Issues in International Bilingual Education:
The Role of the Vernacular. Beverly Hartford, Albert Valdman, and Charles
R. Little Haiti. Occasional Papers Series, Dialogue No. 32. Miami: Latin
American and Caribbean Center, Florida International University.

715. 1984. The Linguistic Situation of Haiti. In
Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster
and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp. 77-79. Lanham, Maryland: University Press
of America.
Lac

716. Wakefield, Edward. 1891. Wisdom of Gombo. Nineteenth Century
30:575-582.
Stor051/N714; non-Haitian French Creole proverbs

717. Wingerd, Judy. 1977. Serial Verbs in Haitian Creole. In Language
and Linguistic Problems in Africa. Paul F. A. Kotey and Haig
Der-Houssikian, eds. Pp. 452-466. Columbia, South Carolina: Hornbeam.
P381/.A3C6







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14. Haiti: Literature


718. Arnold, A. James. 1981. Modernism and Negritude: The Poetry and
Poetics of Aimn Cesaire. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University
Press.
LacP03949/.C44Z53

719. Bostick, Herman F. 1956. Toward Literary Freedom: A Study of
Contemporary Haitian Literature. Phylon 17:250-256.
325.2605/P578

720. Charles, Asselin. 1980. Voodoo Myths in Haitian Literature.
Comparative Literature Studies 17(4):391-398.
805/C7374


721. Cobb, Martha K. 1973. French Romanticism in a Haitian Setting:
Poetry of Oswald Duran. CLA Journal 16:302-311.
805/C697


The


722. 1974. Concepts of Blackness in the Poetry of Nicolas
Guillen, Jacques Roumain, and Langston Hughes. CLA Journal 18:262-272.
805/C697; elaborated in 1978

723. 1978. Harlem, Haiti, and Havana: A Comparative
Critical Study of Langston Hughes, Jacques Roumain, and Nicolas Guillen.
Washington, D.C.: Three Continents.
LacPS3515/.U274Z661

724. Collins, Marie. 1972. Black Poets in French. New York:
Scribner's.
Contains Jacques Roumaine, Jean-F. Brierre, Rent Depestre, and Anthony
Phelps


725. Cond4, Maryse. 1968.
American and the Caribbean:
New York: Praeger.
Lac918.03/V4561


Literature of the French Caribbean. In Latin
A Handbook. Claudio Vdliz, ed. Pp. 786-789.


726. Cook, Mercer. 1946. The Haitian Novel. French Review 19:406-412.
440.705/F873

727. 1947. Trends in Recent Haitian Literature. Journal of
Negro History 32:220-231.
325.26/J86


728.
3(9):13-16,36.
Lac905/A512


1951. Mountains and Manuscripts. Americas


729. Cook, Mercer, and Dantcs Bellegarde, eds. 1944. The
Haitian-American Anthology: Haitian Readings from American Authors.
Port-au-Prince: Imprimerie de 1'Etat.
428.6/C771h; for advanced English classes in Haiti; pp. 73-96







Page 68


730. Coulthard, G. R. 1961a. The Coloured Woman in Caribbean Poetry
(1800-1960). Race 2(2):53-61.
301.4505/RI18

731. 1961b. The French West Indian Background of
"Negritude." Caribbean Quarterly 7:128-136.
Lac972.9005/C277


732.
Studies 10(1):41-51
Lac972.9005/C2774

733. Dash, J. Mich
Savacou 5:81-94.
Lac917.29005/S263

734.
1930's to 1940's.

735.
Haiti. Bim 15:117-
Lac820.5/B611

736.
9:77-90.


1970.



ael.


N6gritude--Reality and Mystification. Caribbean



1971. Haitian Literature--A Search for Identity.


1973. The Marxist Counterpoint--Jacques Roumain:
Black Images 2(1):25-29.

1975. The Way Through Africa--A Study of Africanism in
134.


1978. Peasant Novel in Haiti. African Literature Today


820.5/A258/n.9; mostly on Roumain, the Marcelins, and Alexis

737. 1981. Literature and Ideology in Haiti, 1915-1961.
Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes and Noble.
LacPQ3941/.D37


738. Depestre, Rend. 1973. Problems of Identity for
Caribbean Literatures. Caribbean Quarterly 19:51-61.
Lac972.9005/C277; by politically active leftist poet


the Black Man in


739. 1977. A Rainbow for the Christian West. Amherst:
University of Massachusetts Press.
LacPQ3949/.D46A813

740. Efron, Edith. 1955. The "New Movement" in Haiti. Caribbean
Quarterly 4:14-31.
Lac972.9005/C277

741. Filostrat, Christian. 1978. The Search for an African Identity in
the Caribbean: Genesis and Rise of Haitianism and Negritude. Ph.D.
dissertation, Howard University

742. Fowler, Carolyn. 1980. A Knot in the Thread: The Life and Work of
Jacques Roumain. Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press.
LacPC3949/.R73Z66

743. Fowlie, Wallace. 1959. Letter from Haiti. Poetry 94:398-404.
805/P745







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744. Freeman, Bryant C. 1983. Carrie Paultre and Tonton Libin: The
Emergence of the Haitian-Creole Peasant Novel. Journal of Caribbean
Studies 3:266-281.
LacF2155/.J72

745. Garret, Naomi M. 1963. The Renaissance of Haitian Poetry. Paris:
Presence Africaine.
Lac841.009/6239r

746. Gindine, Yvette. 1974. Images of the American in Haitian Literature
During the Occupation, 1915-1934. Caribbean Studies 14(3):37-52.
Lac972.9005/C774

747. 1975. Satire and the Birth of Haitian Fiction
(1901-1905). Caribbean Quarterly 21:30-37.
Lac972.9005/C277

748. Herdeck, Donald E. 1979. Caribbean Writers: A
Bio-Bibliographical-Critical Encyclopedia. Washington, D.C.: Three
Continents.
21595/.C364, Lac; by founder of Three Continents Press; Haitian writers on
pp. 261-547

749. Hoffmann, Leon-Francois. 1961. The Climate of Haitian Poetry.
Phylon 22:59-67.
325.2605/P578

750. 1979. The Originality of the Haitian Novel. Caribbean
Review 8(1):44-50.
LacR016.98/C277

751. 1980. Slavery and Race in Haitian Letters. Caribbean
Review 9(2):28-32.
LacR016.98/C277; appears in 1984

752. 1984. Essays on Haitian Literature. Washington, D.C.:
Three Continents.
LacPQ3945/.H6331

753. Hughes, Langston, and Arna Bontemps, eds. 1970. The Poetry of the
Negro, 1746-1970. New York: Doubleday.
811.08/H893p, IbcLib; carries William Wordsworth's "To Toussaint
L'Ouverture"

754. Jean-Baptiste, Pauris. 1975. Chouichoui Gran Chimin. Poems.
Port-au-Prince: Bon Nouvel.
LacPM7854/.H3J422

755. Jonassaint, Jean. 1931. Haitian Writers in Exile: A Survey of
North America. Caribbean Quarterly 27(4):13-20.
Lac972.9005/C277

756. Kennedy, Ellen Conroy, ed. 1975. The Negritude Poets: An Anthology
of Translations from the French. New York: Viking.
Lac841.008/N392, IbcLibPQ3986/.Z5E55; 7 of the 13 Caribbean poets are
Haitian







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757. Koshland, Miriam. 1960a. Development of the Literary Idiom in
Haiti. Black Orpheus 7:46-56.
820.5/B627

758. 1960b. Six Poems from Haiti. Black Orpheus 7:57-60.
820.5/B627

759. Lubin, Maurice A. 1965. Five Haitian Poets. Americas 17(1):16-21.
Lac905/A512

760. 1973. Jean F. Brierre and His Work. Black World
22(3):36-48.
Micro051/N393

761. 1974. Jean Brierre, Haitian Poet. Americas
26(10):34-40.
Lac905/A512

762. MacLeod, Murdo J. 1962. The Haitian Novel of Social Protest.
Journal of Inter-American Studies 4:207-221.
Lac980.05/J86

763. Mapou, Jan. 1981. Pwezigram. Poems. New York: Sosyete-Koukouy.
Lac

764. Morisseau-Leroy, F4lix (Feliks Moriso-Lewa). 1982. Vilbone: Kont
Chante. Poems. Miami: Jadenkreybl.
Lac

765. 1983. Dyakout 1,2,3 ak Twa Lbt Poem. Poems. Miami:
Jaden Krey6l.
Lac

766. Narcisse, Pierre-Richard. 1979. Dey ak Lespoua. Poems.
Port-au-Prince: Choucoune.
LacPM7854/.H3N373

767. Narcisse, Pierre-Richard, and Lyonel Prouillot. 1979. De-Pal#.
Poems. Port-au-Prince: Ateliers Fardin.
LacPM7854/.H3N7371

768. Paye, Madlen. 1978. Insebadjo: Kont Chante. Stories. Potoprins:
La Phalange.
LacPM7854/.H3P39

769. Primus, Wilma. 1973. A Bibliography of Haitian Literature:
1900-1972. Black Images 2(1):44-59,43.

770. Roumer, Emile. 1964. Rosaire: Couronne Sonnets. Poems.
Port-au-Prince: Panorama.
Lac841.914/R859r; by the "dean" of Creole poets

771. Smith, William Jay. 1953. Land of Poets. Am6ricas
5(11):13-15,41-42.
Lac905/A512







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772. Thoby-Marcelin, Philippe. 1949. Haiti's Writers Find the People.
Americas 1(4):38-40.
Lac905/A512

773. Underwood, Edna Worthley. 1934. The Poets of Haiti, 1782-1934.
Portland, Maine: Mosher.
Lac841.08/U56p; woodcuts by P4tion Savain

774. Wilson, Edmund. 1950. The Marcelins--Novelists of Haiti. Nation
171:341-344.
051/N277

775. 1954. Voodoo in Literature. Tomorrow 3(1):95-102.
133.07/T661h; introduction to the Marcelins' Pencil of God

776. 1956. Red, Black, Blond and Olive: Studies in Four
Civilizations: Zufli, Haiti, Soviet Russia, Israel. New York: Oxford
University Press.
910.4/W747r; pp. 69-146; mainly from his Reporter articles







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15. Haiti: Migration

777. Adriyin, Antouan. 1973. Problem Ltvt Ti Ayisyin Nouyok. S61
10:31-37.
Lac261.83/S464

778. Ahlers, Theodore. 1979. A Microeconomic Analysis of Rural-Urban
Migration in Haiti. Ph.D. dissertation, Tufts University.

779. Allman, James. 1982. Haitian Migration: 30 Years Assessed.
Migration Today 10(1):6-12.
JV6001/.M63

780. Anderson, Jervis. 1975. The Haitians of New York. New Yorker
51(6):50,52-54,58-60,62-75.
051/N5678

781. Anon. 1974. Up from Haiti: Another Diaspora. Migration Today
2(2):1,6.
JV6001/.M63

782. Baji, Jan Klod. 1980. Ayisyin nan "Batey" Dominikani. Sel
45/46:54-61.
Lac261.83/S464

783. Berggren, Gretchen G., Warren L. Berggren, and Douglas C. Ewbank.
1980. Haiti's Artibonite Valley: Migration and Instability. Migration
Today 8(1):13-21.
JV6001/.M63

784. Bogre, Michelle. 1979. Haitian Refugees: (Haiti's) Missing
Persons. Migration Today 7(4):9-11.
JV6001/.M63

785. Boswell, Thomas D. 1982. The New Haitian Diaspora: Florida's Most
Recent Residents. Caribbean Review 11(1):18-21.
LacR016.98/C277

786. Brana-Shute, Rosemary, comp. 1983. A Bibliography of Caribbean
Migration and Caribbean Immigration Communities. Gainesville: Reference
and Bibliographic Department, University of Florida Libraries.
Lac(Ref)Z7164/.13B7

787. Bruck, Connie. 1982. Spring the Haitians. American Lawyer
4(9):35-40.
LawLib

788. Buchanan, Susan Huelsebusch. 1979a. Haitian Women in New York City.
Migration Today 7(4):19-25,39.
JV6001/.M63; expanded in 1980

789. 1979b. Language and Identity: Haitians in New York
City. International Migration Review 13:298-313.
325.05/1612; expanded in 1980







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790. 1980. Scattered Seeds: The Meaning of the Migration
for Haitians in New York City. Ph.D. dissertation, New York University.

791. 1983. The Cultural Meaning of Social Class for Haitians
in New York City. Ethnic Groups 5:7-30.
GN495.4/.E84; excerpted from 1980

792. Cassidy, Hugh J. B., and Edward Wakin. 1978. Saturday Night Voodoo;
Sunday Morning Mass. U.S. Catholic 43(7):35-38.
282.05/U106; Voodoo in Brooklyn

793. Cook, Mercer. 1952. Chicago's Haitian Ancestor. Americas
4(2):24-27,41.
Lac905/A512

794. Corten, Andre. 1981. The Migration of Haitian Workers to the Sugar
Factories of the Dominican Republic. In Contemporary Caribbean: A
Sociological Reader, Vol. 1. Susan Craig, ed. Pp. 349-366. Maracas,
Trinidad and Tobago: College Press.
LacF1621/.C661

795. Dejean, Paul. 1974. Haitian Mass Immigration to Montreal.
Migration Today 2(4):4.
JV6001/.M63

796. Dempsey, Patricia Ann, and Theresa Gesse. 1983. The Childbearing
Haitian Refugee--Cultural Applications to Clinical Nursing. Public Health
Reports 98:261-267.
614.0973/U5p, HeaLib

797. Dernis, Martin M. 1976. Haitian Immigrants: Political Refugees or
Economic Escapees? University of Miami Law Review 31:27-41.
LawLibU621

798. Douge, Daniel. 1982. Caribbean Pilgrims: The Plight of the Haitian
Refugees. Smithtown, New York: Exposition.
Lac1921/.D6841; almost nothing on refugees

799. Elwell, Patricia J., Charles B. Keeley, Austin T. Fragomen, Jr., and
Silvano M. Tomasi. 1977. Haitian and Dominican Undocumented Aliens in New
York City: A Preliminary Report. Migration Today 5(5):5-9.
JV6001/.M63

800. Fink, Marcy. 1979. A Dominican Harvest of Shame. Caribbean Review
8(1):34-38.
LacR016.98/C277

801. Fouron, Georges E. 1983. The Black Immigration Dilemma in the U.S.:
The Haitian Experience. Journal of Caribbean Studies 3:242-265.
LacF2155/.J72

802. Glick, Nina Barnett (see Schiller). 1975. The Formation of a
Haitian Ethnic Group. Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University.
MicroF128.9/.H25G45, Lac(Micro); fieldwork in New York City







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803. Gollobin, Ira. 1979. Haitian "Boat People" and Equal Justice Under
Law: Background and Perspective. Migration Today 7(4):40-41.
JV6001/.M63

804. Gordon, Antonio M., Jr.
1982. Caribbean Basin Refugees: The Impact of Cubans and Haitians on
Health in South Florida. Journal of the Florida Medical Association
69:523-527.
HeaLib

805. Graham, Shirley. 1953. Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable: Founder of
Chicago. New York: Messner.

806. Grasmuck, Sherri. 1982. Migration Within the Periphery: Haitian
Labor in the Dominican Sugar and Coffee Industries. International
Migration Review 16:365-377.
325.05/1612

807. Jadotte, Herard. 1977. Haitian Immigration to Quebec. Journal of
Black Studies 7:485-500.
301.45196005/J86

808. Jean-Bart, Rulx. 1983. Af& Refijye yo Se Batay Pep Ayisyen an. Sl6
54/55:27-31.
Lac261.83/S464

809. Joseph, Carole Berotte. 1984. The Child, the Family, and the School
in English-Haitian Education. In Haiti--Today and Tomorrow: An
Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert Valdman, eds. Pp.
351-358. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.
Lac

810. Joseph, Raymond A. 1976. Haitian Peons and Dominican Sugar: Border
Strife in Hispaniola. Nation 233:558-562.
051/.N277

811. Keeley, Charles B., Patricia J. Elwell, Austin T. Fragomen, Jr., and
Silvano M. Tomasi. 1978. Profiles of Undocumented Aliens in New York
City: Haitians and Dominicans. Occasional Paper No. 5. Staten Island,
New York: Center for Migration Studies.

812. Koeppel, Barbara. 1982. Haitians: Latest in an Old American
Tradition: The Migrants Stoop, the Growers Conquer. Progressive
46(3):42-44.
051/P964

813. Korcok, Milan. 1980. The Haitian and Cuban Refugees: Dealing with
Imported Disease. Canadian Medical Association Journal
123:213,215,218,220.
HeaLib

814. Kurzban, Ira. 1980. Haitian Refugees: A Flight from Persecution.
Rights 26(3-4):1,13-15.
323.405/R571






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815. Laguerre, Michel S. 1978. The Impact of Migration on the Haitian
Family and Household Organization. In Family and Kinship in Middle America
and the Caribbean. Arnaud F. Marks and Rent A. Rbmer, eds. Pp.
446-481. Leiden: Department of Caribbean Studies, Royal Institute of
Linguistics and Anthropology.

816. 1979. The Haitian Niche in New York City. Migration
Today 7(4):12-18.
JV6001/.M63; revised in 1984

817. 1980. Haitians in the United States. In Harvard
Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups. Stephan Thernstrom, ed. Pp.
446-449. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
RefE184/.A1H35

818. 1981. Haitian Americans. In Ethnicity and Medical
Care. Alan Harwood, ed. Pp. 172-210. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard
University Press.
RA448.4/.E83, HeaLibWA300/E85; mostly incorporated in 1985

819. ._ 1983. Haitian Immigrants in the United States: A
Historical Overview. In White Collar Migrants in the Americas and the
Caribbean. Arnaud F. Marks and Hebe M. C. Vessuri, eds. Pp. 119-169.
Leiden: Department of Caribbean Studies, Royal Institute of Linguistics
and Anthropology.
LacJV7321/.W47; mostly incorporated in 1985

820. 1984. American Odyssey: Haitians in New York City.
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.
F128.9/.H27L34

821. Laraque, Franck. 1979. Haitian Emigration to New York. Migration
Today 7(4):23-31.
JV6001/.M63

822. Laverdiere, Michel, Jacques Tremblay, Rent Lavallee, Yvette Bonny,
Michel Lacombe, Jacques Boileau, Jacques Lachapelle, and Christian
Lamoureux. 1983. AIDS in Haitian Immigrants and in a Caucasian Woman
Closely Associated with Haitians. Canadian Medical Association Journal
129:1209-1212.
HeaLib; in Montreal

823. LeBlanc, Robert P., Marie Simard, Kenneth M. Flegel, and Norbert J.
Gilmore. 1983. Opportunistic Infections and Acquired Cellular Immune
Deficiency Among Haitian Immigrants in Montreal. Canadian Medical
Association Journal 129:1205-1209.
HeaLib

824. Lee, Hannah Farnham Sawyer. 1854. Memoir of Pierre Toussaint: Born
a Slave in St. Domingo. Boston: Crosby, Nichols.
LacB/T73441

825. Lehman, Mel. 1983. The Journey for Haitians Is Not Over Yet.
Refugees and Human Rights Newsletter (Summer):9-10.






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826. Leonidas, Jean-Robert. 1982. Depression a la Haitian: A Linguistic
Misinterpretation. New York State Journal of Medicine 82:754-755.
HeaLib; on misunderstanding of Creole by French- and English-speaking
physicians

827. Locher, Huldrych Caspar (Uli). 1978. The Fate of Migrants in Urban
Haiti--A Survey of Three Port-au-Prince Neighborhoods. Ph.D. dissertation,
Yale University.
LacHB2221/.L661

828. 1984. Migration in Haiti. In Haiti--Today and
Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert
Valdman, eds. Pp. 325-336. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of
America.
Lac

829. Loescher, Gilburt, and John Scanlan. 1984. Human Rights, U.S.
Foreign Policy, and Haitian Refugees. Journal of Interamerican Studies and
World Affairs 26:313-356.
Lac980.05/J86

830. Lundahl, Mats. 1982. A Note on Haitian Migration to Cuba,
1890-1934. Cuban Studies 12(2):21-36.
LacR016.97291/C962; in 1983 (Economics)

831. 1983. The Haitian Economy: Man, Land and Markets. New
York: St. Martin's.
LacHC153/.L86; Chapters 7,8

832. McCoy, Terry L., ed. 1984. Haitian Migration and the Haitian
Economy. Occasional Papers No. 3. Gainesville: Center for Latin American
Studies, University of Florida.
F320/.H15H31, Lac

833. Marshall, Dawn I. 1979. "The Haitian Problem': Illegal Migration
to the Bahamas. Mona, Kingston: Institute of Social and Economic
Research, University of the West Indies.
LacFI660/.H331M371; emigration from Departement du Nord-Oest

834. 1981. Haitian Migration to the Bahamas. In
Contemporary Caribbean: A Sociological Reader, Vol. 1. Susan Craig, ed.
Pp. 110-127. Maracas, Trinidad and Tobago: College Press.
LacFI621/.C661

835. Mathewson, Marie A. 1975. Is Crazy Anglo Crazy Haitian?
Psychiatric Annals 5(8):79-83.
On Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami

836. Meyers, Samuel, Philip Schweitzer, and Charles D. Gerson. 1977.
Anemia and Intestinal Disfunction in Former Residents of the Caribbean.
Archives of Internal Medicine 137:181-186
HeaLib; in New York City

837. Miller, Jake C. 1984. The Plight of Haitian Refugees. New York:
Praeger.
E184/.H27M54; based primarily on newspaper accounts







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838. Moore, 0. Ernest. 1980. Haiti: The Tragic Island. Revista/Review
Interamericana 10:305-319.
Lac980.005/R4542

839. Myers, Michael. 1982. Haitian Refugee Chronology and Update.
Refugees and Human Rights Newsletter (Summer):11-22.

840. Notkin, Deborah. 1977. Haitian Groups Protest U.S. Policy.
Migration Today 5(4):32.
JV6001/.M63

841. Paquin, Lyonel. 1983. The Haitians: Class and Color Politics.
Brooklyn: Multi-Type.
Lac; Chapters 20-23; insider's account to 1960 of politics of exiled
leaders

842. Perusek, Glenn. 1984. Haitian Emigration in the Early Twentieth
Century. International Migration Review 18:4-18.
325.05/1612; on migration to Cuba and Dominican Republic

843. Pie, Rolan. 1975. Kouman Yo L4v6 Ayisyin Nouyok. Sel 23/24:9-18.
Lac261.83/S464

844. Pitchenik, Arthur E., Margaret A. Fischl, Gordon M. Dickinson, Daniel
M. Becker, Arthur M. Fournier, Mark T. O'Connell, Robert M. Colton, and
Thomas J. Spira. 1983. Opportunistic Infections and Kaposi's Sarcoma
Among Haitians: Evidence of a New Acquired Immunodeficiency State. Annals
of Internal Medicine 98:277-284.
HeaLib; on Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami

845. Pitchenik, Arthur E., Bertrand W. Russell, Timothy Cleary, Ilija
Pejovic, Clifford Cole, and Dixie E. Snider, Jr. 1982. The Prevalence of
Tuberculosis and Drug Resistance Among Haitians. New England Journal of
Medicine 307:162-165.
HeaLib; in Miami

846. Powers, Thomas. 1976. The Scandal of U.S. Immigration: The Haitian
Example. Ms. 4(8):62-66,81-83.
301.41205/M939

847. Rey, Ketty Hippolyte. 1970. The Haitian Family: Implications for
Sex Education for Haitian Children in the United States. New York:
Community Service Society of New York.
LacHQ581/.R49

848. Richman, Karen E. 1984. From Peasant to Migratory Farmworker:
Haitian Migrants in U.S. Agriculture. In Haitian Migration and the Haitian
Economy. Occasional Papers No. 3. Terry L. McCoy, ed. Pp. 52-65.
Gainesville: Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida.
F320/.H15H31, Lac







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849. Rocheleau, Dianne. 1984. Geographic and Socioeconomic Aspects of
the Recent Haitian Migration to South Florida. In Haitian Migration and
the Haitian Economy. Occasional Papers No. 3. Terry L. McCoy, ed. Pp.
11-51. Gainesville: Center for Latin American Studies, University of
Florida.
F320/.H15H31, Lac

850. Sansaricq, Guy. 1979. The Haitian Apostolate in Brooklyn.
Migration Today 7(1):22-25.
JV6001/.M63

851. Schey, Peter A. 1981. The Black Boat People: Founder on the Shoals
of U.S. Policy. Migration Today 9(4/5):7-10.
JV6001/.M63

852. Schiller, Nina Glick (see Glick). 1977. Ethnic Groups Are Made, Not
Born: The Haitian Immigrant and American Politics. In Ethnic Encounters:
Identities and Contexts. George L. Hicks and Philip E. Leis, eds. Pp.
23-35. North Scituate, Massachusetts: Duxbury.

853. Scott, Clarissa S. 1974. Health and Healing Practices among Five
Ethnic Groups in Miami, Florida. Public Health Reports 89:524-532.
614.0973/U5p

854. 1975. The Relationship Between Beliefs about the
Menstrual Cycle and Choice of Fertility Regulating Methods Within Five
Ethnic Groups. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
13:105-109.
HeaLib

855. Seligman, Linda. 1977. Haitians: A Neglected Minority. Personnel
and Guidance Journal 55:409-411.
371.4205/015

856. Sheehan, Arthur and Elizabeth Odell. 1956. Black Pearl: The
Hairdresser from Haiti. London: Harvill.
LacB/T7344s; fictionalized account of Pierre Toussaint

857. Soboul, Jan. 1975. Timoun nan Fanmi Ayisyin. Sel 23/24:19-21.
Lac261.83/S464

858. Stecher, Mimose. 1977. Cross-Cultural Differences: Reflections of
a Paraprofessional from Haiti. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 10:191-195.
HeaLib; by a Haitian health professional in United States

859. Stepick, Alex. 1982a. Haitian Boat People: A Study in the
Conflicting Forces Shaping U.S. Refugee Policy. Law and Contemporary
Problems 45:163-196.
347.05/L416, LawLib

860. 1982b. Haitian Refugees in the U.S. Report No. 52.
London: Minority Rights Group.
HV640.5/.HI5S741







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861. 1982c. The New Haitian Exodus: The Flight from Terror
and Poverty. Caribbean Review 11(1):14-17,55-57.
LacRO16.98/C277

862. 1982d. US Refugee Policy: An Instrument of the
Continuing Cold War. Anthropology Resource Center Newsletter 6(2):4-5.

863. 1984a. The Business Community of Little Haiti.
Occasional Papers Series, Dialogue No. 32. Miami: Latin American and
Caribbean Center, Florida International University.
HF5343/.S841

864. 1984b. Haitians Released from Krome: Their Prospects
for Adaptation and Integration in South Florida. Occasional Papers Series,
Dialogue No. 24. Miami: Latin American and Caribbean Center, Florida
International University.
F320/.H27S841

865. 1984c. The Roots of Haitian Migration. In Haiti--Today
and Tomorrow: An Interdisciplinary Study. Charles R. Foster and Albert
Valdman, eds. Pp. 337-349. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of
America.
Lac

866. Suffrant, Claude. 1974. Haitians in Chicago. Migration Today
2(2):3.
JV6001/.M63

867. Thompson, Bill. 1972. Mangoes Don't Grow in Brooklyn.
Revista/Review Interamericana 1:84-90.
Lac980.005/R4542

868. Tivnan, Edward. 1979. The Voodoo That New Yorkers Do. New York
Times Magazine (December 2):182,184,186,187-189,191.
805/N5671

869. Trabold, Robert. 1974. Brooklyn's Haitian Belt. Migration Today
2(3):3.
JV6001/.M63

870. Verdet, Paule. 1976. Trying Times: Haitian Youth in an Inner-City
High School. Social Problems 24:228-233.
306/S6782

871. Vieira, Jeffrey, Elliot Frank, Thomas J. Spira, and Sheldon H.
Landesman. 1983. Acquired Immune Deficiency in Haitians: Opportunistic
Infections in Previously Healthy Haitian Immigrants. New England Journal
of Medicine 308:125-129.
HeaLib; in Brooklyn

872. Walsh, Bryan 0. 1979. Haitians in Miami. Migration Today
7(4):42-44.
JV6001/.M63; by a monsignor of the Roman Catholic Church relief services

873. 1980. The Boat People of South Florida. America
142:420-421.
282.05/A512; by director of Catholic Charities for Archdiocese of Miami







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874. 1981. The Flight from Haiti: An American Response.
America 145:335-338.
282.05/A512

875. Woldemikael, Taklemariam. 1980. Maintenance and Change of Status in
a Migrant Community: Haitians in Evanston, Illinois. Ph.D. dissertation,
Northwestern University.

876. Wortham, Jacob. 1980. The Black Boat People. Black Enterprise
10(9):32,34-35.
338.04/B627

877. Wynne, Margaret J. 1982. An Analysis of Haitian Requests for
Political Asylum After Haitian Refugee Center v. Civiletti. Hastings Law
Journal 33:1501-1538.
LawLibH357







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16. Haiti: Occupation

878. Adriyen, Antwan. 1984a. Poukisa Ayiti te Sibi Okipasyon Etazini?
Sl1 59/60:4-6.
Lac261.83/S464

879. 1984b. Poukisa Ayiti te Sibi Okipasyon Etazini (Dezy6m
Pati)? SOl 61/62:5-13.
Lac261.83/S464

880. Allen, John H. 1930. An Inside View of Revolutions in Haiti.
Current History 32:325-329.
Stor905/C976

881. Angell, Katharine Sargeant. 1922. A Great Ditch in Haiti. New
Republic 30:107-109.
051/N532; on gap between white American military and black society

882. Anon. 1920a. The American Occupation of Haiti. Current History
13:342-348.
Stor905/C976; official responses to charges in Nation

883. 1920b. Haiti and Its Regeneration by the United States.
National Geographic Magazine 38:497-512.
910.5/N277; hilarious


884. 1920c.
051/N277

885. 1920d.
111:366-367.
051/N277

886. 1920e.
051/N277

887. 1920f.
051/N277

888. 1921.
113:546,548,550,552-555.
051/N277

889. 1922.
051/N277

890. 1927a.
051/N277

891. 1927b.
051/N277

892. 1929a.
051/N277


Murder Will Out. Nation 111:467.


"Pitiless Publicity" for Haiti. Nation



What to Do in Haiti. Nation 111:493-494.


Why Haiti Has No Budget. Nation 111:307-310.


The Rape of Haiti. Nation



Protesting Too Much. Nation 114:738.


Poor Haiti! Nation 125:51.


The Press in Haiti. Nation 125:166,168.


Failure in Haiti. Nation 129:739.







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893. 1929b. On Watch in Haiti. Nation 129:573-574.
051/N277

894. Balch, Emily Greene, ed. 1927. Occupied Haiti. New York: Writers.
Lac327.73/B174o

895. Barau, Jean L. 1969. Hayti under the Yankee Heel. In Negro:
Anthology 1931-1933. Nancy Cunard, ed. Pp. 465-467. New York: Negro
Universities Press (first published 1934).
910.0317496/C972n

896. Bausman, Frederic, et al. 1922. The Seizure of Haiti by the United
States. New York: Foreign Policy Association.
Based on U.S. Congress 1921-1922,1922 but sympathetic to Haiti

897. Bekker, L. J. de. 1928. News Are Scarce in Haiti. Nation 126:596.
051/N277

898. 1930a. Haiti--A Plan for Self-Government. Nation
130:282.
051/N277

899. 1930b. The Massacre at Aux Cayes. Nation 130:308-310.
051/N277

900. Bellegarde, Dantes. 1927. Haiti Under the Rule of the United
States. Opportunity 5:354-357.
By the famous anti-American and Francophile historian; response to
Vandercook 1927

901. Blassingame, John W. 1969. The Press and American Intervention in
Haiti and the Dominican Republic, 1904-1920. Caribbean Studies 9(2):27-43.
Lac972.9005/C2774

902. Brown, George W. 1923. Haiti and the United States. Journal of
Negro History 8:135-152.
325.26/J86

903. Buell, Raymond Leslie. 1929. The American Occupation of Haiti.
Foreign Policy Association Information Service 5:327-392.
327.05/F7145

904. Burke, E. Davis. 1962. Marine! The Life of Lt. Gen. Lewis B.
(Chesty) Puller, USMC(Ret.). Boston: Little, Brown.
Fighting the cacos on pp. 26-46

905. Carter, Purvis M. 1970. Congressional and Public Reaction to
Wilson's Caribbean Policy, 1913-1917. Ph.D. dissertation, University of
Colorado.
Lac327.729/C324c

906. Chapman, Charles E. 1927. The Development of the Intervention in
Haiti. Hispanic American Historical Review 7:299-319.
Lac980.5/H673; funny







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907. Cook, Mercer, and Danths Bellegarde, eds. 1944. The
Haitian-American Anthology: Haitian Readings from American Authors.
Port-au-Prince: Imprimerie de l'Etat.
428.6/C771h; for advanced English classes in Haiti; pp. 97-127

908. Cooper, David B. 1963. The Withdrawal of the United States from
Haiti, 1928-1934. Journal of Inter-American Studies 5:83.
Lac980.05/J86

909. Craige, John Houston. 1933. Black Bagdad. New York: Minton,
Balch.
Lac917.294/C886b; by the marine chief of police in Port-au-Prince and of
dubious veracity

910. 1934. Cannibal Cousins. New York: Minton, Balch.
Lac972.94/C886c; mendacious but amusing

911. Dalencour, Frangois. 1919. Haiti and the American Occupation.
Current History 11:542-548.
Stor905/C976; contains text of 1915-16 U.S.-Haitian convention

912. Daniel, Josephus. 1930. The Problem of Haiti. Saturday Evening
Post 203(2):32,34,36.
MicroAP2/.S2; by former Secretary of Navy

913. Department of State. 1923-1929. Annual Report of the American High
Commissioner at Port au Prince, Haiti. Washington, D.C.: Government
Printing.
Lac972.94/U585r

914. Dole, Charles F. 1915. The Haitian Protectorate. Nation
101:462-463.
051/N277

915. Dominik, Maks. 1984. Yon Mbd Rezistans devan Okipasyon Ameriken an,
nan Literati Ayisyen. S61 61/62:17-23.
Lac261.83/S464

916. Douglas, Paul H. 1927a. The American Occupation of Haiti.
Political Science Quarterly 42:228-358,368-396.
320.5/P769; by the distinguished economist and later U.S. senator

917. 1927b. Economic and Financial Aspects of the American
Occupation. In Occupied Haiti. Emily Greene Balch, ed. Pp. 15-36. New
York: Writers.
Lac327.73/B174o

918. 1927c. The National Railroad of Haiti: A Study in
Tropical Finance. Nation 124:59-61.
051/N277

919. 1927d. The Political History of the Occupation. In
Occupied Haiti. Emily Greene Balch, ed. Pp. 37-56. New York: Writers.
Lac327.73/B174o







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920. Fikes, Robert, Jr. 1982. Jean-Baptiste Belley-Mars: The Obscure
Life, the Authentic Legacy. Negro History Bulletin 45:16-18.
909.097496/N393, IbcLib

921. Fletcher, Henry Prather. 1930. Quo Vadis, Haiti? Foreign Affairs
8:533-548.
327.05/F714

922. Forbes, W. Cameron, Henry P. Fletcher, Elie Vezina, James Kerney, and
W. A. White. 1930. Report of the President's Commission for the Study and
Review of Conditions in the Republic of Haiti. Washington, D.C.:
Government Printing.
Lac917.294/U58r

923. Frankfurter, Felix. 1920. Haiti and Intervention. New Republic
25:71-72.
051/N532

924. Fuller, R. Nelson. 1930. American Achievements in Haiti. Current
History 32:86-90.
Stor905/C976

925. Gindine, Yvette. 1974. Images of the American in Haitian Literature
During the Occupation, 1915-1934. Caribbean Studies 14(3):37-52.
Lac972.9005/C774

926. Yon Gwoup Ayisyen. 1984a. Diskisyon sou Okipasyon Ameriken. Sel
59/60:20-42.
Lac261.83/S464

927. 1984b. Diskisyon sou Okipasyon Ameriken (Dezyem Pati).
Sl1 61/62:36-54.
Lac261.83/S464

928. Gruening, Earnest H. 1922a. Haiti and Santo Domingo Today--1.
Nation 114:147-149.
051/N277; by the managing editor of Nation

929. 1922b. Haiti and Santo Domingo Today--Il. Nation
114:188-190.
051/N277

930. 1922c. The Senators Visit Haiti and Santo Domingo.
Nation 114:7-10.
051/N277

931. 1922d. Conquest of Haiti and Santo Domingo. Current
History 15:887-896.
Stor905/C972

932. 1931. Haiti Marches Toward Freedom. Nation
132:362,364,366
051/N277

933. 1932. The Issue in Haiti. Foreign Affairs 11:279-289.
327.05/F714







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934. 1934a. At Last We're Getting Out of Haiti. Nation
138:700-701.
051/N277

935. 1934b. Haiti for the Haitians. Current History
40:418-424.
Stor905/C976

936. Hackett, Charles W. 1930. Haiti's New Status. Current History
32:347-352.
Stor905/C976

937. Haseltine, Hubert Arthur. 1929. Our Haitian Policy: A Practical
American Antidote for Black Misgovernment. M.A. thesis, University of
Florida.
Lac972.94/H429o, Archives; embarrassing

938. Healy, David. 1976. Gunboat Diplomacy in the Wilson Era: The U.S.
Navy in Haiti, 1915-1916. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Lac327.7294/H434g; excellent detail

939. Heinl, Robert Debs, Jr., and Nancy Gordon Heinl. 1978. Written in
Blood: The Story of the Haitian People, 1492-1971. Boston: Houghton
Mifflin.
LacF1921/.H44; Chapter 12 is a lively defense of the occupation

940. Hinshaw, Augusta W. 1930. Haiti Takes a Day in Court. World's Work
59(July):37-41.
051/W927

941. Hughes, Langston. 1932. White Shadows in a Black Land. Crisis
41:157-158.
325.2605/C932; by the famous American black poet

942. Inman, Samuel Gay. 1919. Through Santo Domingo and Haiti: A Cruise
with the Marines. New York: Committee on Co-operation in Latin America.
Lac917.294/I57t

943. 1920. Hard Problems in Haiti. Current History
13:338-342.
Stor905/C976

944. 1924. Imperialistic America. Atlantic Monthly
134:107-116.
051/A881; covers all Latin America

945. Johnson, James Weldon. 1920a. The Truth about Haiti. Crisis
(September):
325.1205/C932; by the famous black writer and adviser to Warren G. Harding

946. 1920b. Self-Determining Haiti: I. The American
Occupation. Nation 111:236-238.
051/N277







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947. 1920c. Self-Determining Haiti: II. What the United
States Has Accomplished. Nation 111:265-267.
051/N277


948. 1920d. Self-Determining Haiti: III.
by, and for the National City Bank. Nation 111:295-297.
051/N277


Government of,


949. 1920e. Self-Determining Haiti: IV. The Haitian
People. Nation 111:345-347.
051/N277

950. 1933. Along This Way. New York: Viking.
B/J6751, F326/.J67a, IbcLibl85.97/.J692a; his trip to Haiti on pp. 344-356

951. Kastb, Sizi. 1984. Okipasyon Ameriken an Ayiti nan Kad Politik
Enperyalis la nan Tout Karayib la. Sel 59/60:7-13.
Lac261.83/S464


952. Kelsey, Carl.
Dominican Republic.
Science 100:112-202.
305/A613


1922. The American Intervention in Haiti and the
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social


953. Knight, Melvin M. 1926. Haiti's Progress under American
Protectorate. Current History 24:351-358.
Stor905/C976


954. Kuser, J. Dryden. 1921.
a Night of Revolution. Boston:
972.94/K97h


Haiti: Its Dawn of Progress after Years in
Badger.


955. La Fern, D. 1939. Haiti--Land of the Forgotten. Nation
149:608-610.
051/N277

956. Logan, Rayford W. 1927a. The Haze in Haiti. Nation 124:281-283.
051/N277

957. 1927b. "The New Haiti." Opportunity 5:101-103.
Response to Mead 1927

958. 1930. Education in Haiti. Journal of Negro History
15:401-460.
325.26/J86; pp. 440-460

959. 1961. The U.S. "Colonial Experiment" in Haiti. World
Today 17:435-446.
940.5505/W9273

960. 1971. James Weldon Johnson and Haiti. Phylon
32:396-402.
325.26:5/P578; largely a summary of Johnson's 1920 articles







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961. Lonchan, Frits. 1984. Nouvo Plan Enperyalis Ameriken pou Kontwole
Zbn Karayib la. SOl 61/62:33-35,56.
Lac261.83/S464

962. Lyle, Eugene P., Jr. 1906. What Shall Haiti's Future Be? World's
Work 11:7151-7162.
051/W927; suggests racist rationale for take-over of Haiti

963. MacCorkle, William A. 1915. The Monroe Doctrine in Its Relation to
the Republic of Haiti. New York: Neale.
327.73/M131m; frantically imperialist

964. McCormick, Medill. 1920. Our Failure in Haiti. Nation 111:615-616.
051/N277; by a semi-enlightened senator.

965. McCormick, Medill, Tasker L. Oddie, Atlee Pomerene, and Andrieus A.
Jones. 1922. American Marines in Haiti Exonerated. Current History
16:836-841.
Stor905/C976; summary of United States Congress 1922

966. McCrocklin, James H. 1956. Garde d'Haiti: Twenty Years of
Organization and Training by the United States Marine Corps. Annapolis,
Maryland: Naval Institute.
Lac972.9405/M132g

967. Mead, Elwood. 1927. The New Haiti. Review of Reviews 75:175-180.
051/R454; outrageous; see Logan 1927b

968. Millet, Richard, and G. Dale Gaddy. 1976. Administering the
Protectorates: The U.S. Occupation of Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Revista/Review Interamericana 6:383-402.
Lac980,005/R4542

969. Millspaugh, Arthur C. 1929. Our Haitian Problem. Foreign Affairs
7:556-570.
327.05/F714; by former financial adviser to Haiti

970. 1931. Haiti under American Control, 1915-1930. Boston:
World Peace Foundation.
972.94/M657h

971. Miy6, Ketli. 1984. Okipasyon Ameriken ak Abitan Ayisyen. S6l
59/60:14-19.
Lac261.83/S464

972. Montague, Ludwell Lee. 1940. Haiti and the United States,
1714-1938. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press.
Lac327.7294/M759h; very good

973. Munro, Dana G. 1964. Intervention and Dollar Diplomacy in the
Caribbean, 1900-1921. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
Lac327.73/M968i; Chapter 8 is good summary of Haiti intervention from
establishment viewpoint







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974. _. 1969. The American Withdrawal from Haiti, 1929-1934.
Hispanic American Historical Review 49:1-26.
Lac980.5/H673

975. Mygatt, Gerald. 1914. Stalking the President of Haiti. Outlook
107:971-977.
MicroAP2/.A55

976. Nicholls, David. 1974. Ideology and Political Protest in Haiti,
1930-46. Journal of Contemporary History 9(4):3-26.
905/.J861

977. An Onlooker. 1920. America's Ireland: Haiti-Santo Domingo. Nation
110:231-234.
051/N277

978. Paquin, Lyonel. 1983. The Haitians: Class and Color Politics.
Brooklyn: Multi-Type.
Lac; Chapters 11,12

979. Paterson, Thomas G. 1980. The Marine Occupation of Black Haiti.
Negro History Bulletin 43:45,50.
909.097496/N393

980. Perkins, Whitney T. 1981. Constraint of Empire: The United States
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Very good with 773 exhaustive pages

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987. Schoenrich, Otto. 1920. The Present American Intervention in Santo
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988. Seeman, Bernard. 1947. Haiti's Economic Bondage. American Mercury
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989. Seligmann, Herbert J. 1920. The Conquest of Haiti. Nation
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991. Sorenson, Eve E. 1925. The Dawn of Haiti's New Era. Current
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992. Spector, Robert M. 1961. W. Cameron Forbes and the Hoover
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997. Thomas, Lowell. 1933. Old Gimlet Eye: The Adventures of Smedley D.
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1001. United States Congress. 1921-1922. Inquiry into Occupation and
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1010. Wirkus, Faustin E. 1933-34. The Black Pope of Voodoo. Harper's
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1011. Wirkus, Faustin E., and Taney Dudley. 1931. The White King of La
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1036. Fass, Simon. 1982. Water and Politics: The Process of Meeting a
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Lac918.005/C1ll

1038. Garcia-Zamor, Jean-Claude. 1970. Papadocracy. Caribbean Review
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LacRO16.98/C277; review of Diederich and Burt 1969

1039. Gingras, Jean-Pierre 0. 1967. Duvalier, Caribbean Cyclone: The
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051/S254






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1041. 1972. Progress in Haiti--Leopards in Sneakers Instead
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805/N5671

1042. Greene, Graham. 1963. Nightmare Republic. New Republic
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051/N532; by author of The Comedians

1043. Grossberg, Lynn. 1960. Haiti: The Explosive Buffer. Nation
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051/N277

1044. Guy, Rosa. 1964. Haiti: The Enigma of the Caribbean. Freedomways
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301.45196/F853

1045. Halliday, Fred. 1973. Jean-Claude's New Black Magic. Ramparts
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051/R177

1046. Heinl, Robert Debs, Jr. 1964. Haiti: A Case Study in Freedom.
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051/R523; by chief of U.S. Military Assistance Advisory Group to 1963

1047. 1966. Are We Ready to Intervene in Haiti? Reporter
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051/R425

1048. 1967a. Bailing Out Duvalier. New Republic
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051/N532

1049. 1967b. Haiti--Next Mess in the Caribbean? Atlantic
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051/A881

1050. Heinl, Robert Debs, Jr., and Nancy Gordon Heinl. 1978. Written in
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LacF1921/.H44; Chapter 14; popularized

1051. Herring, Hubert. 1964. Dictatorship in Haiti. Current History
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905/C9761

1052. Hooper, Michael S. 1982. Haiti: The Case of 26 Political
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1054. Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. 1979. Report on the
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LacJC599/.H215713

1055. Joseph, Raymond Alcide. 1969. Haiti: Ripe for the Marines?
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051/N277

1056. 1976. Haitian Peons and Dominican Sugar: Border
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051/N277

1057. 1983. Restive Haiti: The Church Challenges Baby Doc.
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051/N277

1058. Kajbs. 1980. Koukourouy dey6 Ttyat. S6l 45/46:38-41.
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1059. Kent, Francis B. 1968. Haiti: Prison Compound. Nation
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051/N277

1060. Laguerre, Michel S. 1982. Urban Life in the Caribbean: A Study of
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1061. 1983. Republic of Haiti (Republique d'Haiti). In
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1062. Lahav, Prina. 1975. The Chef de Section: Structure and Functions
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1065. 1967. Political Crisis in Haiti. New World
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1067. 1972. Contemporary Political Development in Haiti. In
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1068. Leyburn, James G. 1966. The Haitian People, rev. ed. New Haven,
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Lac972.94/L682h; Part IV; text identical to 1941 edition, with Mintz's
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1069. Lomax, Louis E. 1958. Eight-Man Invasion. Nation 187:89-91.
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1070. Lundahl, Mats. 1979. Peasants and Poverty: A Study of Haiti. New
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Lac354.7294/M278h

1072. Maxwell, J. P. 1961. Doctor Duvalier's Plucked Chicken. Reporter
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051/R425

1073. Metraux, Rhoda. 1951. Kith and Kin: A Study of Creole Social
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301.24/1613a

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