History About Ouanaminthe
Sometimes the weather can be hot too. Ouanaminthe is common has this name since the year of 1800, an arrondissement of a subdivided five (5) local sections. It has at list fourteen (14) localities and ninety three (93) counties.
However the town is limited to the north by, another town close call Ferrier. Ouanaminthe is also close to the Dominican Republic, to the south by the town of Mont-Organise, on the East by the town of Capotille and the Dominican Republic, on the west we have Fort-liberte.
The people who live in Ouanaminthe use to be called Ouanaminthais. Ouanamintaises, the people are mostly Catholics The celebrate August, 15th as for Lady of assumption. A Catholic Holiday founded in 1731; which would give them the day off if employed.
This town use to be under the tribe of Haiti Indian called caciquat of Magua. In the 17th century, the town already carried the name of Ouanaminthe following the linguistic distortions by the French and their colonies. By this time there was a Spanish man named “Juan Mendez” with the presence of other color men in the town that also fight in the French revolution, which proved that Ouanaminthe had an active part in the struggle against the Colonials Oppressive systems. However during the period of Roi Christophe in 1807, Ouanaminthe had an astonishing prosperity that made the Northeast Attic department to recognized its constitution as an important Improvement source for the inhabitants of the Cibao. Later that year the town had some regrettable evens that ruined things.
In 1855 the government sent Soldiers was ran by President Faustin the first who oppose the local Militia. Later in 1911 President Antoine Simeon was not successful on gathering the people to build up the population for a new era. The city was made grow the Agriculture plantations to help the people in the town.
The history of this town is also marked by rebellion against the American occupation which was fought by Juria in 1915. The Revolutionary “Cacoses” obliged to setup service men to and others to take refuge in Dajabon where they let the Dominican to use Lassaut and demolishes the historic places of the town of Ouanaminthe.
Cependant the urban part of the town represented the most important center on the Haitian-Dominican border line. Generally the Northeast of the town is recognized today as the most economic department in the history of Ouanaminthe.