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the slaves of Saint Domingue rose in revolt and plunged the colony into civil war on
the slaves of Saint Domingue rose in revolt and plunged the colony into civil war in August 1791.
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The slaves of Saint-Domingue rose in revolt and plunged the colony into civil war on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, resulting in the declaration of the country's independence as the Republic of Haiti.

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