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Haiti (i; Ayiti ); Haïti ; officially the Republic of Haiti (links=no; links=no) and formerly known as Hayti,The nation was officially founded as Hayti in its Declaration of Independence (and early prints), constitutions, and imperial declarations. Published writings of 1802–1919 in the United States commonly used the name "Hayti" (e.g. The Blue Book of Hayti (1919), a book with official standing in Haiti). By 1873 "Haiti" was common among titles of US published books as well as in US congressional publications. In all of Frederick Douglass' publications after 1890, he used "Haiti". As late as 1949, the name "Hayti" continued to be used in books published in England (e.g. Hayti: 145 Years of Independence—The Bi-Centenary of Port-au-Prince published in London, England in 1949) but by 1950, usage in England had shifted to "Haiti". is a country located on the island of Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles archipelago of the Caribbean Sea, to the east of Cuba and Jamaica and south of The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands. It occupies the western three-eighths of the island which it shares with the Dominican Republic. To its south-west lies the small island of Navassa Island, which is claimed by Haiti but is disputed as a United States territory under federal administration. Haiti is 0 in size, the third largest country in the Caribbean by area, and has an estimated population of 11.4 million,ref making it the most populous country in the Caribbean.

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