A group of Creole and African slaves gather at Bois-Caiman. They make a pact with each other and the Voodoo priest, Boukman.
Toussaint l'Overture leads a group of enslaved Africans in a rebellion against the planters.
British arrive to capture the slaves. However, the slaves manage to resist the British and French forces.
Toussaint and thousands of other Africans join the French republican forces because they are promised that if they fight against royalists they would gain freedom. The Commissioner Leger-Felicite Sonthonax ended slavery in the colony afterwards.
The British and French Forces withdraw from the battle against slave rebellions after multiple defeats.
Toussaint becomes the head of San Domingo. Napoleon feels threatened and sends Emmanuel Leclerc and 20,000 troops to capture Toussaint and re-establish slavery.
The red and blue Haitian flag is adopted at the Congress of Arcahaie.
Haiti wins it's independence from France in The Battle of Vertières. The battle is lead by Dessalines. Haiti attacked the French near Cap François and won victory over the French colonial army under General Rochambeau.
The north and south arenas defeat the French. Then Dessalines claimed the independence of Haiti and appoints himself emperor.
Haiti invades the Spanish colony of Santo Domingo and ends slavery there
The Haitian occupation of Santo Domingo ends