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On June 30, Cinqué led a revolt, killing the captain and the cook of the ship; two slaves also died, and two sailors escaped.

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Joseph Cinque was born the son of a Mende headman in the village of Mani, in modern Sierra Leone. A rice farmer and trader, he was enslaved for debt and ...

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Sengbe Pieh, the son of a local chief, was born in Mendi, Sierra Leone, ... The Spanish, who gave him the name Joseph Cinque, took him to Cuba where he was ...

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Sep 2, 2011 ... c.1814-c.1879 Joseph Cinqué led an 1839 mutiny on board the Cuban schooner Amistad, initiating the first slave rebellion in history to be ...

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Explore the fact-checked online encyclopedia from Encyclopaedia Britannica with hundreds of thousands of objective articles, biographies, videos, and images  ...

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Latest news and commentary on Joseph Cinque (Joey No Socks) including photos, videos, quotations, and a biography.

www.dacb.org/stories/sierraleone/pieh_sengbe.html

Sengbe Pieh (circa 1813-1879), also known as Joseph Cinque, was the courageous ... Sengbe was born around 1813 in the town of Mani in Mende country, ...

www.history.com/news/the-amistad-slave-rebellion-175-years-ago

Jul 2, 2014 ... Led by Cinqué, a rice farmer also known as Joseph Cinqué or Sengbe Pieh, they then climbed up to the main deck, headed straight for the ...

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Joseph Cinquez was the leader of a revolt among African slaves aboard the Spanish ... This portrait was done while Cinquez (or "Cinque") awaited trial in New ...

www.infoplease.com/people/joseph-cinque

Joseph Cinqué. (Sengbe Pieh) slave leader. Born: 1811. Birthplace: Sierra Leone, Africa. Cinqué was a rice farmer in his native Sierra Leone when he was ...