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The Haitian-American Historical Society (HAHS) was founded in 2001 and is now the only voice promoting and preserving the intellectual studies of Haiti’s past. This website provides detailed access to the Society’s activities. We welcome all visitors and invite all to become members, sponsors and or donors.
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At this morning’s ceremony the Haitian American Historical Society representatives had another opportunity to visit the burial site of General Jorge Biassou. The delegation of Historical Society representatives is looking at various sites in St. Augustine to display a historical marker, head stone, and monument in honor of Biassou.
The Haitian American Historical Society (HAHS) under the leadership of Daniel Fils-Aime has been developing plans for the last several years to bring the legacy of Haitian affairs to the community, and on Aug. 23 his dreams came true by opening up the Haitian Historical Museum & Archives (HHM&A) located at 645 N. E. 127 St. in Miami.
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The Haitian delegation and dignitaries along with Mayor Edna Jackson and Alderman Clifton Jones celebrate the 5th anniversary of the Haitian Memorial Monument The Haitian American Historical Society (HAHS) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fully investigating and marking any past instances where Haitian contributions have been identified. The organization seeks to establish truth and accuracy in historical events pertaining to Haitian heritage.