What exactly is Kita Nago? And why is it being removed from...

Cairline - January 16 2013, 12:48 PM

What exactly is Kita Nago?

And why is it being removed from port-au-prince?

Please enlighten me briefly on the history...Do you know of any good Haitian history books that is written in english?

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