Revolutionary War Haitian Soldiers Monument, Savannah

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    Revolutionary War Haitian Soldiers Monument

    by TexasDave Updated Jun 29, 2009

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    Erected in 2007, this monument commemorates the participation of some 700 Haitian soldiers in the American Revolutionary War in 1779. They were the largest unit of Black soldiers in the whole war.

    It is in Franklin Square, which is also in front of the oldest African-American Baptist church.

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    • Historical Travel

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