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Toussaint Louverture began to craft an independent foreign policy for Saint-Domingue in 1798.
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I want to thank you for your John Graves Simcoe interlude. I have spent a fair amount of time up in the area around Toronto and it is nice to get some more background on the man who has a holiday, a lake, and more named after him. I knew a bit about his history in setting up York and the surrounding region but that he was a man constantly in the breech of history and his abolitionism is a welcome addition to my knowledge of his story.
Rob Marcus |
29 February 2016 at 10:08 AM
Hey, Mike, I think you forgot the outro music. It was a bit jarring when my player went to the next podcast without transition :)
29 February 2016 at 01:43 PM
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