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Jean-Baptiste Point du Sable, an African American from Saint-Domingue,

now Haiti, the pioneer settler of the U.S. city of Chicago.

John James Audubon, French-U.S. ornologist, artist, and naturalist

born illegitimately to a French merchant in Haiti.

Pierre Toussaint, the first Haitian-born slave to be considered for sainthood by the

Vatican, and he will be the United States' first black saint.  More on Toussaint./

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