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Title   The Amistad revolt [electronic resource] : an historical legacy of Sierra Leone and the United States /
Internet Access  
Author   LinkAbraham, Arthur.
Publisher Info.   [Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of State, International Information Programs], 1998.
SuDoc Number   LinkS 20.2:AM 5
Item Number   Link0900-E (online)
Variation of Title   LinkHistorical legacy of Sierra Leone and the United States
Description   21 p. :  digital, PDF file
General Note   Title from title screen (viewed on Jan. 30, 2008).
  "First published in 1987 ... republished in 1998."
Bibliography   Includes bibliographical references.
Abstract   A brief factual history of how 53 slaves captured by the Spanish, principally from the African colony of Sierra Leone revolted aboard the transport ship ’Amistad, ’ were interred in the United States, and eventually won their freedom through the U.S. judicial system.
System Details   Mode of access: Internet. Address as of 1/30/08:; current access available via PURL.
Subject   LinkAmistad (Schooner)
Subject - LC   LinkSlave insurrections -- United States.
  LinkAntislavery movements -- United States.
Added Entry   LinkUnited States. Department of State. Office of International Information Programs.
Holdings   All items
Locate in a Library   (online)
OCLC Number   (OCoLC)192006786
CGP Record Link
System Number   000610427

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