A case before the circuit court in Hartford, Connecticut, was filed in September
1839, charging the Africans with mutiny and murder on La Amistad. The court ...
Amistad mutiny, (July 2, 1839), slave rebellion that took place on the slave ship
Amistad near the coast of Cuba and had important political and legal ...
An 1839 mutiny aboard the Spanish ship, Amistad, in Cuban waters raised basic
questions about freedom and slavery in the United States.
Amistad Mutiny. In 1839 a group of Africans were kidnapped from their homeland
and transported to Cuba as slaves. While being transported from one port in ...
Oct 23, 2008 ... The Amistad Mutiny occurred off the northern coast of Cuba in July 1839. The
Spanish Schooner La Amistad was seized by African captives not ...
On this day in History, Mutiny on the Amistad slave ship on Jul 02, 1839. Learn
more about what happened today on History.
In 1839, 53 illegally purchased African slaves being transported from Cuba
aboard the Spanish-built schooner Amistad staged a successful mutiny. They
The Amistad revolt. In January 1839, 53 African natives were kidnapped from
eastern Africa and sold into the Spanish slave trade. They were then placed ...
Teaching With Documents:The Amistad Case. ". . . each of them are natives of
Africa and were born free, and ever since have been and still of right are and ...
The Amistad Mutiny. A Portuguese slaver purchased Africans in West Africa.
Transported to the Caribbean, the captives found themselves in the hands of