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Amistad Mutiny Survivors Freed


'Prince Cinqué' by Romare Bearden, 1971.

"I am resolved it is better to die than be a white man's slave," said Joseph Cinqué, leader of the Amistad mutiny, quoted in the New York Sun in 1839

CREDIT: "Prince Cinque/ Romare Bearden.," 1971(?). Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. Reproduction Number LC-USZC4-6168 DLC.

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