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The Other Toussaint A Post-Revolutionary Black. Cardinal Terrence Cooke had encouraged Ms. Tarry to write this book several years before he died. Ellen Tarry has in this "modern biography", captured the essence of Pierre's black roots. By Ellen Tarry Printed in USA by Daughters of St. Paul 50 St. Paul's Ave. Boston, Mass. She expresses vividly, Pierre's human dignity, his innermost thoughts, desires, and prayers which I hope to illustrate in these following excerpts from her biography of THE OTHER TOUSSAINT.
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Toussaint and others suspected this would mean the return of slavery. He was careful not to declare full independence and professed himself a Frenchman to convince Napoleon of his loyalty. Napoleon confirmed Toussaint’s position as colonial governor and promised not to reinstate slavery.