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Un très long parcours sillonné de multiples obstacles. Voilà notre mère Patrie, ses enfants, ses vilains, ses héros, ses serviteurs, ses martyrs et son histoire. Avec notre tenacité, que cette traversée parfois périlleuse, aboutisse à bon port.
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Président Daniel Fignolé & Boyer

Coup d'état; President Fignolé being escorted out of the country by Lt. John Beauvoir and Officer Boyer

A Very Famous picture: The famous comment to Président Fignole from Lt. Jonh Beauvoir : "Ti Coq Ou Caca". President Fignole is escorted by members of the rebellious army to exile. The officer in charge and, overseeing the departure is Lt. John Beauvoir.

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  • alix (Private)
    6 years 2 months ago
    What a language addressing the commander-in-chief! This useless foreign creation should have been abolished long ago.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 10 months ago
    please try to print a picture of "major of the
    de haitian army ". his name was jean evalds bernier.
  • 11 years 11 months ago
    En fait, John Beauvoir a été, principalement, un opportuniste, mais, il a finalement échoué, pour le melleur et pour le pire de la pauvre nation.
  • E Boucicaut (Private)
    12 years 1 month ago
    A Very Famous picture: The famous comment to President Fignole from Lt. Jonh Beauvoir : "Ti Coq Ou Caca", was at this moment in Haiti's history.President Fignole was leaving for exile
  • E Boucicaut (Private)
    12 years 1 month ago
    Officer behind Pres. Fignole: Lt. John Beauvoir