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This memorial commemorates the plight of those aboard the Amistad, a ship where a slave rebellion occurred in 1839. A man called Joseph Cinque overtook the ship and killed the Americans who had captured his people and planned to sell them into slavery. After two years in the courts, the trial final from 10best.com
Fourteen-foot, three-dimensional bronze statue portraying Sengbe Pieh (Joseph Cinque), leader of the Amistad Revolt. Situated on the exact site of the jail where the captives were held. from ctvisit.com
A great summer day out for a corporate gathering or family fun is on either the Amistad or Quinnipiack schooners, both from mytravelguide.com