The Amistad Colouring Book

The Amistad Colouring Book

ISBN 13:  9780486423753

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Author  Peter Copeland
Format  A4 Paperback
No. of Pages  32
Brand:  Dover Publications

The story of the Amistad Africans - captured and condemned to a life of slavery - is shown in 28 meticulously rendered, ready-to-colour illustrations. Drawing show the capture of Africans in their homeland, their revolt aboard ship in Havana, imprisonment in a New Haven jail, and their successful defense before the Supreme Court by former U.S. President John Quincy Adams. Historically accurate captions.

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