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Amistad Memorial


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Fourteen-foot, three-dimensional bronze statue portraying Senghe Pieh (Joseph Cinque), leader of the Amistad Revolt. Situated on the exact site of the jail where the captives were held.


Admission: Free.
Hours: Year-round.
Address: City Hall
Phone: (203) 387-0370

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