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6th period social studies project

Janyssa Chavez

on 31 January 2013

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Transcript of Haiti

In Haiti they do not eat much meat as it is really scarce and expensive. They eat fruit such as pineapples, mangos, bananas, and oranges. They also eat, rice, and beans. Haiti has a population of 9,801,664 (July 2012 est.) Haiti By: Janyssa C. and Naomi G. This is the capital Port-Au- Prince Land features:
Has two very large mountains named Chaine Dela Selle and Pic de Macoys. Haiti is know for being rough and mountainous.
Large cities:
The capital, Port-Au-Prince, is a large city with the population of 704,776 people and Carrefour is also a big city and a home to 442,156 people. Haiti is also the neighbor of the Domincan Republic Haiti's offical languages are French and Creole. Language: Economy: Haiti is one of the most densely populated least developed countries in the western hemisphere. The GDP(2011 est.) is 1,200. They have a low standard of living.
Their currency is Gourde. Goverment : The type of goverment is Republic Their current president is Michel Martelly. Was elected in May of 2011. Election is every five years. Culture: The religion is Roman Catholic 80%, Protest 16%, Baptist 10%, Pentecostal 4%, Adventist 1%, other 1%, none 1%.
The World Book Encyclopedia of People and Places
World Book Encyclopedia

Resources: Fruit ! Haitian flag Political map Physical map Fun Facts: Haiti was discovered in 1492 by Christopher Columbus.
US troops occupied the Republic of Haiti between 1915 and 1934.
Hibiscus is Haiti's National Flower
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