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) I love music, and I am working in technology field.University of Virginia Press © 2016 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America on acid-free paper First published 2016 987654321 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data The Haitian Declaration of Independence : creation, context, and legacy/edited by Julia Gaffield. “And then, in a very sad twist of fate,” Maddow reported, “every known copy of it disappeared. This historiographical shift could be seen most explicitly in a recent exhibition at the New-York Historical Society, Revolution!

and the Violent Aftermath of the Haitian Declaration of Independence JEREMY D.

At the time, I thought this to be the only extant copy.

Thus, the two documents are distinctly different yet clearly connected in motivation, meaning, and genre. exhibit, the New-York Historical Society put the Haitian Declaration of Independence on display along with the Stamp Act (1765), John Greenwood’s Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam (1752-1758), Thomas Clarkson’s “African Box,” and other documents, paintings, and objects that symbolized the interconnected Age of Revolution.

In conjunction with the exhibit, the society hosted a symposium entitled, “The Age of Revolution: A Whole History,” on January 21, 2012.

While the US Declaration of Independence was the first of its kind, the Haitian document helped to confirm it as a genre; the Haitian Declaration of Independence, therefore, is a crucial part of the legacy of the American document.

The efforts of the ICJS to expand the scope of its research beyond continental early America reflects a series of historiographical interventions that highlight the interconnectedness of the early modern Atlantic World, particularly during the Age of Revolution.

With this in mind, on March 7-8, 2013, the Robert H.

Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies (ICJS), under the direction of Andrew O’Shaughnessy, sponsored and hosted the conference “The Haitian Declaration of Independence in an Atlantic Context.” The ICJS seeks to support the study of Thomas Jefferson and his legacy through interdisciplinary and innovative research.

The international reception of this document, however, was mixed.

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