November 1930

The Year in Haiti

Volume 15, Issue 3
Author: 

Strikes, Riots, Investigations, Elections

ON July 1, 1929, Brigadier-General John H. Russell was the American High Commissioner in Haiti. Colonel Richard M. Cutts was commanding the First Brigade, and Colonel Frank E. Evans was commanding the Garde d'Haiti as a Major General. Garde d'Haiti. Colonel Evans was succeeded on April 1, 1930, by Colonel Richard P. Williams. Both General Russell and Colonel Cutts continued on the above duty throughout the fiscal year.

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