Edmond Mangonès Collection
Scope and Content
The collection is comprised of a selection of historical Haitian documents from the private collection of Edmond Mangonès. The documents are on 17 reels of microfilm that were filmed in Petionville, Haiti. The documents include letters, reports, speeches, and miscellaneous manuscripts and writings. Although the collection spans from 1655 to 1843, the bulk of the documents are dated between 1790 and 1843, covering the revolution. Included are several letters and ledgers of Henri Christophe (1767-1820; Haitian general, president and king), documents pertaining to the Ministry of Finance during the 1830s, a few issues of Nouvelles de St. Domingue, and a number of registres de pariosses.
- Creation: 1655-1843
- Creation: Majority of material found within 1790-1843
The collection is open for research.
Edmond Mangonès (1884-1967) was a Haitian public servant and a collector of historical materials pertaining to the history of Haiti and the Caribbean.
17 Microfilm Reels
Language of Materials
A selection of documents (on microfilm) from the private library of Edmond Mangonès, a Haitian collector and historian of the early 20th Century. Most of the documents date from before and after the Haitian revolution.
University of Florida Smathers Library Building
- A Guide to the Edmond Mangonès Collection
- Finding aid created by Dept. Staff
- February 2008
- Description rules
- Finding Aid Prepared Using Dacs
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- Description is written in English.
Part of the Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida Repository
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