Free and French in the Caribbean: Toussaint Louverture, Aimé Césaire, and Narratives of Loyal Opposition

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Index
Page numbers in italic refer to illustrations.
abolition: Britain, 76–77; Césaire and, 113–14, 177n16; commemorations of, 6, 18; emancipation and, 17, 76, 115–16; French decree of, 117, 153–54; French Revolution and, 43, 166n48; Law of 1848, 117, 153–54; narratives of, 19, 128, 154; second movement of, 139; Sonthonax and, 37, 71; Toussaint and, 26, 28, 46, 68, 72–73, 77–79, 168n28; universal freedom and, 8, 26, 78
Adet, 38–39
Affaire du 30 ventôse, 38–39
Agency: literacy as, 54–55, 156; Toussaint and, 55– 56, 63–64, 99, 102, 104
agent particulier, 52, 55, 60, 62
Alexis, Jacques stephen, 107
ancien Libre, 28, 40. See also gens de couleur libre
ancien régime, 12, 20, 43, 88, 128, 160n36, 166n46
Andigné, General d’, 65–66, 169nn4–5
Anglas, Boissy d’, 116–17, 122, 167n63
anticolonialism. See Colonialism
Aravamudan, Srinivas, 55–56, 64, 103, 168n30
archives: Research of, 8–9, 11–12, 112, 156; Archives Nationales, 82; Archives Nationales d’OutreMer, 82
Ardouin, Beaubrun, 8, 163n17, 175n25
Ardouin, Céligny, 8
armes miraculeuses, Les, 125, 176n1
Arnold, A. James, 110–11, 119, 144, 146, 175n23, 175n34, 176n1, 177n27
assimilation: Boissy d’Anglas and, 116–17; Caribbean autonomy and, 2–3, 5, 7, 15, 72; Césaire and, 20, 99–100, 117–18; critique of, 120, 122–23; Toussaint and, 72.
Augereau, General, 57
Baptiste, Pierre, 27
Bauvais, Louis-Jacques, 37
bell, Madison Smartt, 12, 48–49, 106, 164n23, 166n48, 167n4, 169n8, 171n3
Berthier, General, 65
Biassou, 28–29
Bino Accord, 3–4
Black Jacobins, The, 16, 20, 100–103, 105–6, 113, 175n25. See also James, C. L. R.
Blanchelande, Governor, 28
bloncourt, Gérald, 107
Bonaparte, Napoleon: French sovereignty and, 68, 78, 89; memoir of, 54, 96; slavery and, 15, 65–68; Toussaint and, 19–20, 25, 63–71, 73–92, 96, 115, 132, 156, 165n31, 169n2, 169n11
Bongie, Chris, 127–30, 161n58
Borgella, J.-M., 70, 73
Boromé, Joseph, 25–26, 31, 81–82, 162nn1–2, 164n24, 164n29, 171n6, 171n7
bourbon restoration, 139, 145
Boyer, 134, 147
Bréda plantation, 27–29, 47–48
Brest, 65
Breton, André, 7, 107–8, 125, 174n9
Britain: Césaire and, 112, 118; Hispaniola and, 6, 40, 42, 166n58; Imperialism, 100–101; Toussaint and, 19, 37, 58–59, 68, 76, 79
Bruix, 9, 27
Brunet, General, 103
Cafarelli, General, 66–67, 82, 126
Cahier d’un retour au pays natal (Césaire), 7, 13, 99, 106, 109–10, 118–19, 125
camp Boiro, 152
cap, Le, 27–29, 37–41, 47–48, 59–60, 68, 70, 144
Carpen tier, Alejo, 107
Cauna, Jacques de, 81–82, 171n7, 171n9
Chanlatte, 134, 147
Christophe, 15, 21, 45, 48, 75–76, 118, 123. See also Tragédie du roi Christophe, La
citadel, 21, 75–76, 130, 133, 136, 138, 140–41, 147, 151– 52, 170n23
citizens of color. See gens de couleur libre
Code Henry, 138
Code Noir, 18, 114
Coisnon, abbé, 33
cold War, 101–2
collège de la Marche. See Institution Nationale des Colonies
colonial aphAsia, 95
Colonial Assembly, 28–29
Colonial Problem, 7, 106, 116, 119
colonialism: anti-, 16–17, 99, 101–4, 131, 177n27; Césaire’s critique, 14, 119–22, 141; discourse of, 7–8, 31, 34–35, 63, 69, 165n38; French law on (2005), 154–55; neo/new, 4, 43–44, 54, 64, 101, 122;

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