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Joseph Cinquez or Sengbe Pieh
It was the 1 st human rights case to be heard, fought & won in the US Supreme Court.
It weakened Spanish (Cuban) & American ties. Queen Isabella II argued the case with 7 other presidents.
It was a cause of the American Civil War.
It strengthened the abolition movement and American & British antislavery groups grew in #’s.
It showed how a president could authorize actions that interfered with judicial process; thus, they strengthened the court systems.
Van Buren was not re-elected.
The slave fortress in Lomboko was found and destroyed.
Missionaries went to Africa to teach Christianity and to educate them.
Text of the court case.
53 Africans were transferred to La Amistad, a ship chartered by two Spaniards who had “purchased” the captives at auction in Havana, Cuba.
On the Teccora
Letter to John Quincy Adams Kali's January 4, 1841 letter pleaded: "All we want is make us free."Kali's
Slaver Montes points at Cinque
1789 – The U.S. Constitution ratified with clause equating slaves to 3/5ths of a white citizen and provision that international slave trade would end.
Background President: Martin Van Buren Economy: 2 nd US National Bank closed by President Jackson. Economy very tenuous. 2 million African Slaves in.
The Amistad. Film: 1997 Background: Atlantic Slave Trade The Atlantic slave trade, also known as the transatlantic slave trade, was the trade of African.
L. Herrington This PowerPoint tells the story of Sengbe Pieh and his fellow captives aboard the the ship Amistad. Use the arrow keys in the lower.
BY:TYLER. Born: 1811 Birthplace: Sierra Leone, Africa “BIRTH”
The Amistad Case. How the Mutiny Happened Africans are kidnapped and sold into slavery by warring tribes. Treated like animals, slaves are kept tightly.
T HE A MISTAD Belly/DeGraw. D O N OW Answer the following question in your notebook: What can we learn about freedom by studying slavery? Objective: SWBAT.
The Amistad Incident Nick Books ED Unit/Grade Level/Lesson This unit covers some events that help explain the pre-Civil War mentality Eighth.
Van Buren & Harrison & Tyler too. Martin Van Buren 8 th President ( ) Founding Father of Democratic Party Jackson’s Secretary of State, VP Hand-picked.
Why do we study history? Mrs. Almonte. The Mende African tribe of Sierra Leone (30%) Mostly farmers and hunters. Hundreds of thousands were stolen and.
The Amistad a movie by Steven Spielberg By Franklin Benson.
Warm Up: What is slavery? Write down as many words as you can!
Unit I – An Industrial Nation Chapter 5 Section 3 – Segregation and Discrimination African American Culture and Life.
1 st 10 Presidents of the United States of America.
The period of time in U.S. history before the Civil War is known as the Antebellum Era ( )
John Quincy Adams The Sixth President of the United States of America
History Test # 3. Chapter 9 Question 1 How have American-Canadian relations have been since our Revolution from Great Britain? Mixed, while the U.S.
Key Figures in 1800s U.S. History (This political cartoon shows the huge debate over slavery).
An overview of Slave Rebellion. The deadliest revolt in Colonial America takes place in Stono, SC. Armed slaves start marching to Florida and towards.
Chapter 8, Section 2 The Fight Against Slavery p Abolitionists seek an end to slavery in the United States.
Abolitionism HIS 265. Gradual Emancipation American Colonization Society ( ) favored gradual, compensated manumission & “returning” freed blacks.
Introduction to Slavery in America. Slavery Introduced to the Colonies Tribal warfare in Africa Africans kidnapped forced into slavery either by other.
REPUBLICAN PARTY – a political party formed in the mid 1850’s, majority supported the end to slavery.
Chapter 5 The Era of Thomas Jefferson The Louisiana Purchase of 1803 doubles the size of the United States. At the same time, the U.S. struggles.
Movies are entertainment that usually have a happy ending. This story has a tragic ending. When Francis Ford Coppola was asked why his movie “The Godfather.
The African Slave Trade. Beginnings The African slave trade is believed to have started in 1441 when a ship sailing for Prince Henry of Portugal returned.
Announcements 1. TEST Friday April If you are going to be gone for the band trip the remainder of the week you need to keep up with your notebook.
Jefferson Becomes President Chapter 8, Section 1 Pages
A Long Way Gone: Sierra Leone Background Write the information in GREEN!
Which European country ruled Cuba in the late 1800’s? Spain.
Let Your Motto Be Resistance ( )- Part 2 Aggressive Abolitionism The Amistad The Underground Railroad & Black Nationalism.
John Adams was a???? Federalist! Thomas Jefferson became Vice-President Why? Because the second top vote-getter became V.P.
Slavery & the West Sectionalism: An exaggerated loyalty to a particular region of the country.
Industrial Revolution. James Monroe 5 th president of the United States, elected in 1820 Monroe Doctrine – Future colonization by Europeans in the area.
CHAPTER 11 Panic and Boom, Web. Economic Crisis and Innovation Martin van Buren elected president in 1836 Panic of 1837 created by foreign.
Holly Roberto. Terms President; limited to be elected to a total of two 4-year terms Vice president; unlimited 4- year terms House of Representatives;
Declared To Be Free: Teaching About The Amistad Trial Tiffany Middleton & Howard Kaplan, American Bar Association Division for Public Education Michigan.
Unit Twelve: “A House Divided” Abolition Movement: Part Two.
Supreme Court Cases: The Marshall Court- Establishing Federal Supremacy l Marbury v Madison (1803) l McCulloch v Maryland (1819) l Gibbons v Ogden (1824)
TRANSATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE The Door of No Return. Transatlantic Slave Trade Why? European colonization of Americas Spain Portugal England Europeans thirst.
Jefferson Adams/ Madison Monroe Sorry Mr. Jackson.
Abolition and Women’s Rights Chapter 14 – Section 4.
Chapter 9, Section 2 Nationalism and Sectionalism.
4/24/13 Warm-up: Who debated Lincoln during the 1858 senate race? Objective: Students will display the results of the 1860 election and analyze the sectionalism.
Famous People & Dates Famous Documents AmendmentPrinciples of the Constitution Key EventsGovernment Terms Main page (home)
XI Election - Jefferson v. Adams – Probably the ugliest election in US history – Thomas Jefferson - Republican Federalists felt he was a dangerous.
The Civil War The Connecticut Adventure Chapter 8.
Aim #26: To what extent was Jackson responsible for the Trail of Tears? Do now! Read “The Cherokee Nation’s Appeal to the American people” and the excerpt.
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 38 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
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