The Amistad case and the federal courts [electronic resource].

In 1839 the Federal courts became the stage for a drama involving enslaved Africans who led a revolt against their captors and sought to return to their homeland in West Africa. The case of the Amistad became the occasion for the judiciary to address issues related to the slave trade, the property c...

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Corporate Author: United States. Federal Judicial History Office
Other title:Court historian.
HeinOnline Congress and the courts.
HeinOnline Slavery in America and the world: history, culture & law.
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: Washington, D.C. : Federal Judicial History Office, 1998.


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Call Number: KF223.C48 A55 1998i