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“Amistad Rising: A Story of Freedom” Vocabulary
nightfall At nightfall, Joseph Cinque watched the last rays of sun disappear.
nightfall the beginning of night
navigate He worried that he could not navigate the ship in the right direction toward Africa.
navigate to steer a ship
escorted Escorted by a friend, Cinque went to speak to the Spanish sailors.
escorted accompanied; went along with
coax He tried to coax them with gentle gestures and soothing tones to steer the ship to Africa.
coax to persuade gently
perished But the sailors weren’t eager to help since many Africans had perished in the past.
ushered In disgust, Cinque had the sailors ushered from the deck of the ship to a small cabin.
ushered led to a place by another person
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