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Davis, H.P. Papers on Haiti
Collection Number: MC006
- Secretary of the American Chamber of Commerce for Haiti, author of Black democracy: the story of Haiti (1928) and Gold Rush days in Nevada City (1948).
Davis' writings about Haiti including a memorandum with his thoughts on the American occupation of Haiti and his suggestions for future policy, as well as manuscripts on Port Au Prince, and the Citadel and the Sans-Souci Palace. Several of the works also include photographs.
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- Political Science
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