Most of these materials are written or edited by Bryant Freeman, the founder and director of the University of Kansas Institute of Haitian Studies, one of the few such institutes in a major university in the United States.  A number of the stories were first published by Carrié Paultre, editor and chief writer of the Creole magazine Boukan (Bonfire) which included articles on crops, animal raising, infant care, construction, news, poems, proverbs, riddles and a series of short, original novels, published in serial form.

These materials are important  because there are not many stories written in Creole, these are written in what has come to be the accepted wrtten form of Creole, and they are the work of Creole educational pioneers.

These materials may be reproduced and shared for non-commercial purposes.

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