Africans Taken in the Amistad

Africans Taken in the Amistad

Book - 1840
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This document contains correspondence between Secretary of State John Forsyth and Spanish authorities discussing the fate of the Amistad, its crew, and the African men who were in bondage aboard the ship.  Also included are letters between Mr. Forsyth and W.S. Holabird, the U.S. District Attorney for Connecticut, and a variety of other correspondence related to the Amistad case.
Publisher: [s.l.] : [s.n.], 1840.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (52 p.)

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