By Benjamin Nicholas Lawrance
The lives of six African teenagers, a long time 9 to 16, have been ceaselessly altered by means of the insurrection aboard the Cuban schooner l. a. Amistad in 1839. Like their grownup partners, all have been captured in Africa and illegally offered as slaves. during this interesting revisionist background, Benjamin N. Lawrance reconstructs six entwined tales and brings them to the leading edge of the Amistad clash. via eyewitness stories, court docket documents, and the children's personal letters, Lawrance recounts how their lives have been inextricably interwoven through the old drama, and casts new gentle on unlawful nineteenth-century transatlantic slave smuggling.
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