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Blue Coat or Powdered Wig: Free People of Color in Pre-Revolutionary Saint Domingue

Blue Coat or Powdered Wig: Free People of Color in Pre-Revolutionary Saint Domingue

By the late 1700s, half the free population of Saint Domingue was black. The French Caribbean colony offered a high degree of social, economic, and physical mobility to free people of color. Covering the period 1776-1791, this study offers the most comprehensive portrait to date of Saint Domingue’s free black elites on the eve of the colony's transformation into the republic of Haiti.Stewart R. King identifies two distinctive groups that shared Saint Domingue’s free black upper stratum, one

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Is That a Wig?: 100 phrases that real people need translated

Is That a Wig?: 100 phrases that real people need translated

This book is a humorous translation manual to help people travel the globe by providing translations to such important and useful questions such as, "Is that a wig?", "What happened to your nose?" and "Have you ever eaten an insect?"

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Blue Coat or Powdered Wig: Free People of Color in Pre-Revolutionary Saint Domingue

By the late 1700s, half the free population of Saint Domingue was black. The French Caribbean colony offered a high degree of social, economic, and physical mobility to free people of color. Covering the period 1776-1791, this study offers the most comprehensive portrait to date of Saint Domingue’s free black elites on the eve of the colony's transformation into the republic of Haiti.Stewart R. King identifies two distinctive groups that shared Saint Domingue’s free black upper stratum, one

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Blue Coat or Powdered Wig: Free People of Color in Pre-Revolutionary Saint Domingue

Blue Coat or Powdered Wig: Free People of Color in Pre-Revolutionary Saint Domingue

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By the late 1700s, half the free population of Saint Domingue was black. The French Caribbean colony offered a high degree of social, economic, and physical mobility to free people of color. Covering the period 1776-1791, this study offers the most comprehensive portrait to date of Saint Domingue’s free black elites on the eve of the colony's transformation into the republic of Haiti.Stewart R. King identifies two distinctive groups that shared Saint Domingue’s free black upper stratum, one

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Q&A: Should I get a wig?

Question by Heron By The Sea: Should I get a wig?
I’m so disgusted with my hair. I just hate it. I hate the texture and the way it lays. It’s unhealthy and I don’t know how to fix it.

I’m seriously thinking of getting a wig. Can people tell? If I get a really good, human hair one, the same color as my own, will people know that I have a wig?

And how do you get a really good one? Our local wig shop only sells synthetic ones, and I don’t think they are that high quality. If I order one online, how would I know that it was going to fit right? How do you buy a wig? How do you take care of them, and how do you wear them right?

Thanks.

Best answer:

Answer by Gilbert C.
I know this sounds mean but pull a Britney, shave your head.
Wear the wig till your hair grows back, meanwhile let your hair grow naturally. It’ll look good once its done growing

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