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MICHELIN, Henry Etienne (meesh-lang), West Indian historian, born in Jeremie, Hayti, in 1726; died in Cape Frangais in 1795. He received his early education in Santo Domingo, but finished his studies in Paris, and obtained an appointment in the colonial administration at Cape Francais, devoting his leisure time to historical researches. He published "Histoire des bouccaniers ou flibustiers de File de la Tortue" (2 vols., Paris, 1769); "Histoire des conquetes et de la domination des Franoais en Amerique" (2 vols., 1774)" " Histoire de l'ile de Saint Domingue" (1776); " Tableau statistique de la population, du commerce et des industries dans la pattie Francaise de l'ile de Saint Domingue, compare avec les relevds otticiels pour la partie Espagnole" (2 vols., 1785); and several less important works.
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