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It was the 1st human rights case to be heard, fought & won in the US Supreme Court.
It weakened Spanish (Cuban) & American tiesIt 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 AdamsKali's January 4, 1841 letter pleaded: "All we want is make us free."
Slaver Montes points at Cinque
Why do we study history? Mrs. Almonte.
McCulloch v Maryland (1819)
Let Your Motto Be Resistance ( )- Part 2
Declared To Be Free: Teaching About The Amistad Trial Tiffany Middleton & Howard Kaplan, American Bar Association Division for Public Education Michigan.
Jeopardy Jefferson Louisiana Purchase Supreme Court War of 1812 Wild Card Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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.
Transatlantic slave trade
Introduction to Slavery in America. Slavery Introduced to the Colonies Tribal warfare in Africa Africans kidnapped forced into slavery either by other.
Social Studies Quiz Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge Why did the Pilgrims come to America? They wanted religious freedom.
Abolition and Women’s Rights
The presidents of the United states of America
The Amistad Incident Nick Books ED Unit/Grade Level/Lesson This unit covers some events that help explain the pre-Civil War mentality Eighth.
War on U.S. Postage Stamps
An overview of Slave Rebellion
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.
1 st 10 Presidents of the United States of America.
John Quincy Adams The Sixth President of the United States of America
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 38 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
Van Buren & Harrison & Tyler too. Martin Van Buren 8 th President ( ) Founding Father of Democratic Party Jackson’s Secretary of State, VP Hand-picked.
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