Brown Bag Lecture Series: Trading in the Revolutionary Atlantic: North American Merchants in Saint Domingue, 1791 – 1804

FREE! Lord Baltimore Fellow, Carrie Glenn will examine the effects of the Haitian Revolution on North Americans traveling to and trading with Saint Domingue. She will discuss the following questions: in what ways did revolutionary turmoil alter trade? And, how did those merchants in Saint Domingue’s port cities adjust to war and revolution?

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Trading in the Revolutionary Atlantic: North American Merchants in Saint Domingue, 1791 – 1804
Presented by: Carrie Glenn, University of Delaware, Lord Baltimore Fellow

Lord Baltimore Fellow, Carrie Glenn will examine the effects of the Haitian Revolution on North Americans traveling to and trading with Saint Domingue. She will discuss the following questions: in what ways did revolutionary turmoil alter trade? And, how did those merchants in Saint Domingue’s port cities adjust to war and revolution?

Brown Bag Lecture Series
3rd Tuesdays at noon, FREE programs, bring your lunch!

No registration required. Call 410-685-3750 x399 or e-mail AGalloway@mdhs.org for more information

March 20, 2018 12:00 PM
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