A 'chasseur' with bloodhounds. A uniformed 'chasseur' (a hunter in the French infantry) shows a Haitian captive to a cage of hungry bloodhounds during the Haitian Revolution (1791-1804). The conflict was fought between French colonialists and their Haitian slaves and established Haiti, then Saint Domingue, as a free republic. Haiti, circa 1800. Haiti, Caribbean, North America .
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