On June 30, Cinqué led a revolt, killing the captain and the cook of the ship; two slaves also died, and two sailors escaped.
Joseph Cinque (ca. 1813-ca. 1879) was a West African who led a slave mutiny on the Cuban Amistad ship in 1839. It led to a celebrated trial in United States ...
The Spanish, who gave him the name Joseph Cinque, took him to Cuba where he ... white people, who he apprehended would doom them to a life of slavery.
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 ...
Led by Joseph Cinqué, they killed the captain and the cook but spared the life of a Spanish navigator, so that he could sail them home to Sierra Leone.
Nov 25, 2013 ... RELATED: Amistad Leader Joseph Cinque Tried For Mutiny Today In ... Despite the conflicting record of Cinque's life after Amistad, the story is ...
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Sep 14, 2017 ... Sengbe Pieh (also known as Joseph Cinque) was born in Mani in ... by missionaries charged with helping them readjust to life in Africa. It is not ...
There is one man that would do anything to become free and he was Joseph Cinque. Cinque would risk his life to help others and himself become free. He was ...