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by Suzanne Jurmain


It is the extraordinary true story of the only successful slave revolt in American history.

Freedom's Sons: The True Story of the Amistad Mutiny. by. Suzanne Tripp Jurmain. It is the extraordinary true story of the only successful slave revolt in American history. In 1839, fifty-three Africans aboard the Cuban slave ship Amistad broke out of their chains and took over the ship.

AMISTAD CAPTIVES VICTORY JUSTICE TRIUMPHANT trumpeted the March 13, 1841

AMISTAD CAPTIVES VICTORY JUSTICE TRIUMPHANT trumpeted the March 13, 1841. She places the event in the historical context of a pre-Civil War United States.

AMISTAD CAPTIVES VICTORY JUSTICE TRIUMPHANT trumpeted the March 13,1841, headline of The Colored American,one of the first . The cause for this jubilation was an unprecedented event. At a time when most black Americans had no legal rights, a group of captive Africans had challenged the .

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Freedom's Sons : The True Story of the Amistad Mutiny by Suzanne Jurmain (Lothrop Lee & Shepard, due January 1998). Freedom's Sons" tells the incredible true story of the only successful slave revolt in American history. The Amistad Affair : A Thirst for Freedom by Walter Dean Myers (Dutton Childrens Books, due February 1998). Amistad by Veronica Chambers and illustrated by Paul Lee (Harcourt Brace, due April 1998).

Suzanne Jurmain, Freedom's Sons: The True Story of the Amistad Mutiny. New York : Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1998. Particularly vivid and appropriate for middle grades. Colin A. Palmer, The First Passage: Blacks in the Americas, 1502-1617.

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Here is the true story of how four Americans and one Cuban tracked down a killer, one of the word’s most vicious plagues: yellow fever. Journeying to fever-stricken Cuba in the company of Walter Reed and his colleagues, the reader feels the heavy air, smells the stench of disease, hears the whine of mosquitoes biting human volunteers during surreal experiments. powerful exploration of a disease that killed 100,000 .

AMISTAD CAPTIVES VICTORY JUSTICE TRIUMPHANT

trumpeted the March 13,1841, headline of The Colored American,one of the first U.S. newspapers published and edited by African Americans. The cause for this jubilation was an unprecedented event. At a time when most black Americans had no legal rights, a group of captive Africans had challenged the U.S. government before the Supreme Court -- and won!

Freedom's Sons is a tale of unbending courage and moral integrity in the face of incredible odds. It is the extraordinary true story of the only successful slave revolt in American history. In 1839, fifty-three Africans aboard the Cuban slave ship Amistad broke out of their chains and took over the ship. Attempting to return to Sierra Leone, they landed instead on the northeast coast of the United States, where they were captured and put on trial. A year and a half later, former president John Quincy Adams argued the Supreme Court case that ultimately set them free.

Freedom's Sons: The True Story of the Amistad Mutiny ebook
Author:
Suzanne Jurmain
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Collins (January 20, 1998)
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128 pages
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