Foto de stock - The Amistad Mutiny survivors exercising on the New Haven town green where they attracted the curiosity seekers. During their successful revolt on the slave ship AMISTAD they killed crew members and were on trial for murder in New Haven. After long legal proceedings including a Supreme Court decision in January 1841 the thirty-five surviving Sierra Leoneans were allowed to return to the Africa as free men., Photo by: 7 Continents History/Everett Collection (SI-SLA-Amistad_BSIC-2010-10)

Imagen: The Amistad Mutiny survivors exercising on the New Haven town green where they attracted the curiosity seekers. During their successful revolt on the slave ship.

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