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United States v. The Amistad

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The Amistad, also known as United States v. Libellants and Claimants of the Schooner Amistad ...... Howard Jones' published Mutiny on the Amistad: The Saga of a Slave Revolt and Its Impact on Am...

Amistad mutiny | North American-African history | Britannica.com

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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 ...

Amistad Case - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

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In 1839, 53 illegally purchased African slaves being transported from Cuba aboard the Spanish-built schooner Amistad staged a successful mutiny. They were ...

Amistad Mutiny 1839

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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 ...

The Amistad Mutiny | Stuff You Missed in History Class: The Podcast

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Apr 6, 2011 ... In 1839, Africans held captive by slavers revolted and ordered the Amistad's crew to return to Africa. However, the ship was captured in Long ...

African American Odyssey: Slavery--The Peculiar Institution (Part 2)

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The Amistad Mutiny. A Portuguese slaver purchased Africans in West Africa. Transported to the Caribbean, the captives found themselves in the hands of Cuban ...

The Amistad Case - National Archives and Records Administration

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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 - New Historian

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Jul 1, 2015 ... At around 4:00am on 2nd July, 1839, Joseph Clinque led a slave mutiny on the Spanish schooner Amistad. The event became the basis for ...

Amistad Mutiny - Spartacus Educational

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Amistad Mutiny. In 1839 Jose Ruiz purchased 49 slaves in Havana, Cuba. With his friend, Pedro Montez, who had acquired four new slaves, Ruiz hired Ramon ...

Amistad Mutiny Survivors Freed - America's Story from America's ...

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Amistad Mutiny Survivors Freed March 9, 1841. Would you rather die than lose your freedom? More than 150 years ago, a group of people from the West African  ...

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Slave Mutiny on the Amistad | HistoryNet

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Around 4:00 a.m. on July 2, 1839, Joseph Cinqué led a slave mutiny on board the Spanish schooner Amistad some 20 miles off northern Cuba. The revolt set off ...

The Amistad Slave Rebellion, 175 Years Ago - History in the ...

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Jul 2, 2014 ... On its 175th anniversary, take a look back at the mutiny that galvanized the abolitionist movement.

Amistad Mutiny legal definition of Amistad Mutiny - Legal Dictionary

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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 ...