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A similar though more barbarous fate was the portion of hisassociates, Vincent Oge and Jean Baptiste Chevanne. History nowhererecords anything more cruel and inhuman than the condemnation passedby the court upon these men. The stoutest, the hardest heart mustshudder at its words. They were to he conducted, according toLacroix, "by the public executioner to the church of Cape Francois,and there bareheaded, with a rope about theirnecks, Upon their knees, and holding in their hands a wax candle oftwo pounds weight, to declare they had wickedly, rashly, and by evilinstigation, committed the crimes of which they bad been accused andconvicted, and there and then that they repent of them, and ask theforgiveness of God, of the king, and the violated justice of therealm; that they should then be conducted to of the said town, and in the place opposite to that appropriatedto the execution of to have their arms, legs, hips,and thighs broken alive; that they should be placed upon a wheel withtheir faces toward heaven, and there remain so long as God shouldpreserve their lives. After their death their heads were to besevered from their bodies and placed upon poles; that of Oge on theroad to Dondon, that of Chevanne on the road to Grande Riviere, andthe property of both was to be confiscated to the king:'
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After enjoying a great time at Ti-Mouillage, you can go to the Fort Oge which was part of twenty Forts constructed after Haiti independence as a defensive system in the event the the French decided to return to the island to impose once again slavery. Fort Oge got its name after Vincent Oge , a leading figure of the Haitian Revolution.
The shortest account which one typically hears of the Haitian Revolution is that the ... Rich Saint-Domingue mulatto, Vincent Oge had been in Paris during the debates ...In 1849, Vashon moved to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where he spent thirty months teaching Latin, Greek, and English. In the summer of 1850 he moved to Syracuse, New York to practice law. He remained there four years during which he wrote his remarkable epic poem “Vincent Oge.” From 1854 to 1857 he was professor of belles-lettres and mathematics at New York Central College in McGrawville. Vashon was the third African American to hold a teaching post in a college or university. His predecessors were Charles L. Reason and William G. Allen who both taught at New York Central College. In 1857, Vashon married Susan Paul Smith and the couple had seven children.