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La Amistad

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La Amistad was a 19th-century two-masted schooner built in the United States ... The ship carried 53 Mende captives (49 adults and 4 children), who had been captured from Sierra Leone to be sold int...

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

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Jul 2, 2014 ... On July 2, 1839, 53 captive Africans aboard the Amistad, a slave ... captives were loaded onto the Tecora, a Brazilian or Portuguese slave ship.

Slave Mutiny on the Amistad | HistoryNet

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Cinqué, the acknowledged leader of the mutineers, recalled that the slave ship that he and the others had traveled on during their passage from Africa to Cuba ...

5 Slave Ship Uprisings Other Than Amistad - Atlanta Black Star

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Feb 7, 2014 ... With Black people all over the world getting majority of their education from European and American-centered institutions, many may think that ...

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Apr 15, 2010 ... The First Scene of the movie, will the slaves rebel against the Slavers of the Ship "Amistad" while on route to the caribbean. Disclaimer: I do not ...

Amistad Story Essay-Amistad: Seeking Freedom in Connecticut - A ...

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[graphic] Amistad: Seeking Freedom in Connecticut: A National Register of Historic ... colony at Havana, Cuba, on the notorious Portuguese slave ship Tecora.

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

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(July 2, 1839), slave rebellion that took place on the slave ship Amistad near the coast of Cuba and had important political and legal repercussions in the ...

The African slave revolt on La Amistad , a ship - History Engine ...

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On July 2, 1839, fifty-two Africans took over La Amistad, a ship embarking from Havana on a journey to bring valuables and slaves to trade, killing the captain, ...

The Amistad Case - National Archives and Records Administration

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In February of 1839, Portuguese slave hunters abducted a large group of ... On July 1, 1839, the Africans seized the ship, killed the captain and the cook, and ...

The Amistad Case, 1839 - Office of the Historian

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Officers of the United States survey ship Washington found the Amistad in a state of ... The district court judge ruled that the Africans were not Spanish slaves, ...

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Amistad Case - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

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In 1839, fifty-three illegally purchased African slaves being transported from Cuba on the ship Amistad managed to seize control of the vessel. They killed two  ...

The Amistad revolt

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They were then placed aboard a Spanish slave ship bound for Havana, Cuba. ... The slaves were shackled and loaded aboard the cargo schooler Amistad ...

La Amistad Slave Ship *** - US American History

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Find a summary, definition and facts about the Amistad Slave Ship for kids. John Quincy Adamas and the Amistad Slave Ship. Information about the Amistad ...