The Story of the Amistad
Gripping tale of the epic 1839 voyage of the schooner Amistad and her cargo of Africans bound for slavery in the New World. The Africans revolt, seize the ship, and start for home. Are the rebellious slaves mutineers or honest men and women who sought to regain their freedom?
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