A site hosted by the National Archives which has
a brief overview of the case and access to several relevant documents including
the Supreme Court decision and scans of the actual slaves' responses (through
proctors) to their accusers. The site also has a page of teaching
activities and a list of sources for further reading on the Amistad.
This site offers a summary of the events surrounding
the Amistad case, biographies of many of the people involved, discussions
of the historical correlations between Africa, Cuba and the United States,
a discussion of the themes surrounding the case, a timeline, a selection
of contemporary images, and a list of links to related web-sites.
A not-for-profit educational organization formed
to promote the project to build the Amistad replica. This
site has a brief overview of the Amistad case, a discussion of the
replica, information about the project, and a list of links.
An independent archive, library, & museum dedicated
to preserving African-American & African history and culture located
at at Tulane University. This site has sections with access to a
large manuscript collection, African-American and African art, information
about touring historical exhibits and access to Tulane University's Howard-Tilton
Library, but not much directly related to the Amistad case.
This site explores the legal issues and characters
involved in the both the original Amistad revolt in 1839 and the
copyright conflict inspired by the movie in 1997.
This site contains the full text of the 1841 US Supreme
Court Decision regarding the Amistad uprising. AMISTAD: THE AMISTAD,
40 U.S. 518 (1841).