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Italian Haitian

Italian Haitian
Regions with significant populations
Port-au-Prince, Pétionville
Languages
French, Haitian Creole, Italian
Religion
Roman Catholicism
Related ethnic groups
Italian people, White Latin Americans, White Haitians

An Italian Haitian is a Haitian of Italian descent or an Italian with Haitian citizenship.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Notable Italian Haitians 2
  • References 3
  • Links 4
  • Bibliography 5

History

The business sector of Haiti, was controlled in the mid-19th century by German and Italian immigrants.[1]

In 1908 there were 160 Italians resident in Haiti, according to the Italian consul De Matteis, of whom 128 lived in the capital Port-au-Prince [2]

Haitians of Italian descent and their mixed-race descendants today are actually numbered to be around 97,803.

During the 2010 earthquake in Port-au-Prince, the first Italian recorded dead was 70-year-old Gigliola Martino, who was born in Haiti to Italian parents who emigrated to the country in the early 20th century.[3]

Notable Italian Haitians

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ Emigrazione e Colonie; volume 3: "Italiani in Haiti" (1908)
  3. ^ Gigliola Martino death

Links

  • Hossary, Nagia (Archive article)

Bibliography

  • Commissariato dellemigrazione. Emigrazione e colonie, Volume 3: Raccolta di rapporti dei RR. agenti diplomatici e consolari.Tipografia nazionale di G. Bertero & comp. Roma, 1908


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