7 edition of The Creole Mutiny found in the catalog.
February 25, 2004 by Ivan R. Dee, Publisher .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
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The Creole Mutiny: A Tale of Revolt Aboard a Slave Ship by George Hendrick (Author)/5(3). The Creole Mutiny book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
A tale of revolt aboard a nineteenth-century slave ship and the st /5. The Creole Mutiny is a compelling, fascinating retelling of a lesser-known story of slave revolt A lively read that will hopefully encourage futher consideration of the late antebellum slave trade among serious students of : $ THE CREOLE MUTINY: A Tale of Revolt Aboard a Slave Ship George Hendrick, Author, Willene Hendrick, Joint Author.
Ivan R. Dee $ (p) ISBN THE CREOLE MUTINY: A Tale of Revolt Aboard a Slave Ship User Review - Kirkus Two independent scholars attempt with only moderate success to flesh out the skeletal story of an mutiny by slaves.
Two independent scholars attempt with only moderate success to flesh out the skeletal story of an mutiny by slaves aboard a ship headed from Richmond to New Orleans. The authors set themselves a daunting task: to reconstruct from minimal documentary evidence both the life of Madison Washington, leader of the revolt, and the mutiny itself.
The Creole mutiny: a tale of revolt aboard a slave ship by Hendrick, George; Hendrick, Willene, Pages: This book was originally published as an Amazon eBook under the title, Madison Washington and The Creole Mutiny.
This new, updated tale of courage and daring is based on the actual Creole mutiny, November 7, It is perhaps the largest and only successful slave revolt in the history of that vile system/5(6). Themes: Slavery and Resistance Depiction of the Creole slave revolt. On Nov. 7,Madison Washington and 18 other enslaved people aboard the Creole rebelled, overwhelming the crew and killing John R.
Hewell, one of the slave traders. They were among enslaved people being transported from Richmond to New Orleans. - This Pin was discovered by Melissa Eugene-Duplantier.
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A tale of revolt aboard a nineteenth-century slave ship and the story of the slaves' heroic leader. In the noted abolitionist Frederick Douglass published a novella called The Heroic Slave, featuring Washington and inspired by the Creole revolt. He stressed the personal aspects of the slaves' rebellion, placing it firmly within American revolutionary tradition.
Crew, passengers, and slaves on the Creole. Officers. The Caine Mutiny is the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Herman novel grew out of Wouk's personal experiences aboard a destroyer-minesweeper in the Pacific Theater in World War its themes, it deals with the moral and ethical decisions made at sea by ship captains.
The mutiny of the title is legalistic, not violent, and takes place during Typhoon Author: Herman Wouk. Buy The Creole Mutiny: A Tale of Revolt Aboard a Slave Ship nd ed. by George Hendrick, Willene Hendrick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Creole mutiny a tale of revolt aboard a slave ship by George Hendrick Published by Ivan R. Dee in by: 5. Because of the number of people eventually freed, the Creole mutiny was the most successful slave revolt in US history.
In the fall ofthe brig Creole, which was owned by the Johnson and Eperson Company of Richmond, Virginia, transported slaves from Richmond for sale in New Orleans, Louisiana. The British took Washington and eighteen conspirators into custody under charges of mutiny, while the rest of the enslaved were allowed to live as free people.
Five people, which included three women, a girl, and a boy, decided to stay aboard the Creole and sailed with the ship to New Orleans, returning to slavery.
HENDRICK, George & HENDRICK, Willene. The Creole Mutiny; a tale of revolt aboard a slave ship. Ivan R. Dee. illus. notes. bibliog. index. c $ SA On Octo the Creole, a ton brig loaded with tobacco and slaves, sailed from Richmond, Virginia for New Orleans.
It arrived in December with no slaves aboard. Over the next several days they forced the Creole to sail into Nassua harbor, where the British authorities offered freedom to the slaves aboard, touching off a diplomatic squabble and continuing legal ramifications.A tale of revolt aboard a nineteenth-century slave ship and the story of the slaves' heroic leader, Madison : George Hendrick; Willene Hendrick.
Page from the log book of the brig "Creole," concerning mutiny of slaves on board. Louis Moreau Gottschalk () Gottschalk, Louis Moreau, Portraits. The Creole mutiny: a tale of revolt aboard a slave ship.
A band of slaves led by Madison Washington seized the crew, and forced the ship to sail into Nassau harbour, where the. The Creole Slave Ship Revolt The Creole revolt took place in November,on an American ship carrying slaves from Virginia to Louisiana.
The rebels led by Madison Washington took the ship to the British port of Nassau in the Bahamas where they were declared by. Author Arthur Downey discusses the most successful slave rebellion in American history. Held against their will aboard the Creole–a slave ship on its way from Richmond to New Orleans in –the.
Soul of A Slave: Madison Washington and The Creole Mutiny: Boyle, Charles J: : Libros/5(5). This book was originally published as an Amazon eBook under the title, "Madison Washington and The Creole Mutiny. This updated tale of courage and daring is based on the Creole mutiny, November 7, It is perhaps the largest and only successful slave revolt in the history of that vile system.
Madison Washington, a slave, led this rebellion/5(5). Published to coincide with Black History Month and the opening of the new Underground Railroad Museum in Cincinnati, Fleeing for Freedom includes selected narratives from the two most important contemporary chroniclers of the Underground Railroad, Levi Coffin and William Still.
Here are firsthand descriptions of the experiences of escaped slaves making their way to. The Creole Affair is the story of the most successful slave rebellion in American history, and the effects of that rebellion on diplomacy, the domestic slave trade, and the definition of slavery itself.
Held against their will aboard the Creolea slave ship on its way from Richmond to New Pages: Twenty years before the American Civil War, the slave-led mutiny of the Creole, a slave ship, threatened to spark a military conflict between the U.S.
Log book. Date Created. Subject. Creole (Brig) Slave insurrections Slave trade--United States--History--Sources Logbooks. Description. Page from the log book of the brig "Creole," concerning mutiny of slaves on board.
Note. LSM No. T x cm. Type of Resource. still image. Media Type. jp2. Language Code. Source. Suits relating to the slave mutiny aboard the brig Creole, Louisiana.
First, Third, Fourth & Fifth District Courts (Orleans Parish) Index to Successions, Louisiana. Second District Court (Orleans Parish) Records, (With Willene Hendrick) The Creole Mutiny: A Tale of Revolt aboard a Slave Ship, Ivan R.
Dee (Chicago, IL, (Editor and author of introduction, with Willene Hendrick) Fleeing for Freedom: Stories of the Underground Railroad, as Told by Levi Coffin and William Still, Ivan R.
Dee (Chicago, IL), Rare Book and Special Collections Division. () In November the enslaved African Americans on board the ship Creole overpowered the crew, murdering one man, while sailing from Hampton Roads, Virginia, to New Orleans, Louisiana.
Led by Madison Washington, they sailed the vessel to Nassau, Bahamas, where the British declared most of. This book was originally published as an Amazon eBook under the title, Madison Washington and The Creole Mutiny.
This new, updated tale of courage and daring is based on the actual Creole mutiny, November 7, It is perhaps the largest and only successful slave revolt in the history of that vile system.
He escaped imperial slavery and fled to Canada a year earlier. But Washington returned to Virginia in search of his wife. He was re-captured, placed on the Creole, and was on his way to perpetual slavery.
Brother Washington’s fighting spirit wasn’t having it. Washington led 18 other brothers on an all-out mutiny aboard the ship.
Of the mutiny on the Creole, on which Douglass's story is based, the editors recount what can be recovered about the slave Madison Washington, who led the revolt, and reconstruct the events before and after the uprising.
The Creole Affair: The Slave Rebellion that Led the U.S. and Great Britain to the Brink of War - Duration: US National Archi views. There aren't [m]any books out there about the Creole I have to describe it from my knowledge of it all and from accounts/research.
White imperialist Thomas McCargo and the Johnson and Eperson Company were transporting enslaved Afrikans from Virginia to New Orleans aboard the Creole in November One of the ancestors onboard. In addition to these embellishments to the story, Frederick Douglass omitted and altered certain facts about the mutiny on board the Creole in order to make the story better suit his purposes.
The first of these changes is a rather significant one: in The Heroic Slave, the captain of the Creole was killed in the rebellion whereas in real life. The Creole Affair is the story of the most successful slave rebellion in American history, and the effects of that rebellion on diplomacy, the domestic slave trade, and the definition of slavery itself.
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Thanks for reading about the Mutiny of the Slave Ship Creole. I was completely unaware of this incident. I just "backed into it," so to speak during a search for Briggs that transported enslaved AMERICAN born humans to the southern slave markets in South Carolina, Natchez, Mississippi and New Orleans during Virginia and Maryland's divestment of their surplus slave .