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Accession Number AVA21094-VNB1
Title Amistad-The Federal Courts and the Challenge to Slavery.
Publication Date 2002
Media Count 1one VHS videocassette
Personal Author N/A
Abstract 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 Amistad forced the judiciary to address issues related to the slave ...
Keywords Amistad
Audiovisual aids
Blacks
Claims
Federal courts
History
Judges and the judiciary
Slavery
Video tapes
West Africa
 
Source Agency Federal Judicial Center - Audiovisual
NTIS Subject Category 91C - Fire Services, Law Enforcement, & Criminal Justice
92C - Social Concerns
92D - Education, Law, & Humanities
Corporate Author Federal Judicial Center, Washington, DC.
Document Type Audiovisual
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 0217
Contract Number N/A

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