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Blanqui's funeral at Père-Lachaise. Ilustrated by Dick de Lonlay (1846–1893) and Frédéric de Haenen (1853–1929). Public Domain.

1805

"Death of Capt. Ferrer, the Captain of the Amistad, July 1839." Caption: "Don Jose Ruiz and Don Pedro Montez of the Island of Cuba, having purchased fifty-three slaves at Havana, recently imported from Africa, put them on board the Amistad, Capt. Ferrer, in order to transport them to Principe, another port on the Island of Cuba. After being out from Havana about four days, the African captives on board, in order to obtain their freedom, and return to Africa, armed themselves with cane knives, and rose upon the Captain and crew of the vessel. Capt. Ferrer and the cook of the vessel were killed; two of the crew escaped; Ruiz and Montez were made prisoners." Date: 1840. Color Engraving and Frontispiece from John Warner Barber (1840). A History of the Amistad Captives. New Haven, Connecticut: E.L. and J.W. Barber, Hitchcock & Stafford, Printers. Public Domain. See below 1 Juli 1839.

1839

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