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Haiti - Pitching Tents at the Presidential Palace

Haiti - Pitching Tents at the Presidential Palace Disasters Famous Historical Events Geography Social Studies World History

Following the quake, people pitched tents, or created makeshift shelters, throughout Port-au-Prince.  On 14 January 2010, this mother joined an encampment in front of the nearly collapsed National (Presidential) Palace.

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