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Toussaint Louverture Timeline

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This is a timeline of milestones and important parts of Toussaint Louverture's life.

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Toussaint Louverture Timeline

  1. 1. Toussaint Louverture
  2. 2. Toussaint Louverture Louverture was born on May 20, 1743. He was a slave on Breda Plantation.
  3. 3. Family Life Louverture married Suzanne Simone Baptiste on September 3, 1777. They raised their three boys on Breda plantation.
  4. 4. Leading the Revolution The Haitian Revolution started on the Night of Fire and continued until 1803. Louverture lead the Haitians. He then fought for the French, then went back to side with the Haitians until his death.
  5. 5. Death Louverture was captured by Charles Leclerc and was sent to Fort-de- Joux. Louverture died on April 7, 1803. He died before Haiti was freed on December 31, 1803 by Jean- Jacques Dessalines.

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