THE MAKING AND THE DESTRUCTION OF HAITI by Frank Senauth

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Haiti is the world’s oldest black republic and the second-oldest republic in the Western Hemisphere, after the United States. Although Haiti
actively assisted the independence movement of many Latin American countries and securing a promise from the great liberator, Simon Bolivar, that he
would free their slaves after winning independence from Spain.



Haiti is the only African Republic in the Caribbean, and it was the Spanish, the French, and the British that made it what it is to day. The African
people from Africa were slaves when they entered Haiti as plantation workers, and in those great days of their lives, they were treated badly. Their
blood and sweat was left on the land and about one million people had to be sacrificed to make Haiti – Haiti. Now they live freely and poorly of what
their ancestors had to endure. Once upon a time Haiti was the richest country in the Caribbean. They flourished in many ways. They were able to grow
their own food and they made money from that, but they were always unfortunate in many ways, and their rulers made it that way.



The people of Haiti are still poor and they are longing for some one to love them and some one to take care of them and hold them tightly in their
arms. That is their great wish! Bless them!


 

About Frank Senauth

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Frank Senauth was born in Guyana, South America.  He worked and studied in London, England.  Then in 1973 he emigrated to Canada.  He felt that Canada held better prospects for him.  He worked at several jobs until he was able to start his own business.   In 1986 he retired from his business and return to his boyhood dream of becoming a writer. Having the leisure to pursue a writing career, he took up several creative writing courses in Canada and in the United States.  He had no idea it would have taken him ten long years of hard work and dedication to bring his creative writing to life.  He really wanted to write to entertain his audience, to make them feel they were part of the story; without an audience, there would be no story to tell.   Creative writing has changed Frank Senauth through the years, as he has learnt to write for an audience rather than for himself.  After many years of developing his pose, he felt ready to take on the world with his fascinating writing.  His first novel, A Wish to Die - A Will to Live, was published in the United Kingdom in October 1997.  Senauth lives in Winnipeg with his family.  The author hopes you enjoy reading his work as much as he has enjoyed writing it.   Senauth's last book was Day of the Dinosaur, published by AuthorHouse in the United States of America.
 
Published May 10, 2011 by Authorhouse. 148 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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