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"Amistad" is a Spanish noun meaning "friendship". It may refer to:
In arts, media, and entertainment
- Amistad (film), a 1997 Steven Spielberg movie based on the events of the book
- Amistad (publishing), an imprint of Harper Collins Publishing
- Mutiny on the Amistad: The Saga of a Slave Revolt and Its Impact on American Abolition, Law, and Diplomacy (1987), the historical account of the La Amistad mutiny by Howard Jones
- "Amistad", a working title for the song "You Found Me" by The Fray
- Amistad- Band based out of Vernon B.C.
- Amistad Gambusia, an extinct fish that lived in springs now flooded by Amistad Reservoir in Texas
- Amistad Research Center, a research center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana devoted to research about slavery, civil rights, and African Americans that commemorates the revolt of slaves on the ship by the same name
- United States v. The Amistad (1841), United States Supreme Court case deciding the fate of the captives who mutinied on the ship Amistad
- Amistad, New Mexico, a community in New Mexico, USA
- Amistad, Texas, USA (pop. 53)
- Amistad National Recreation Area, including the Amistad Reservoir, Texas
- Amistad Reservoir, a reservoir on the Rio Grande near Del Rio, Texas
- La Amistad International Park, a large International Park in Panama and Costa Rica
- Amistad/Amitie, an 18th-century schooner that transported Acadians from France to Louisiana
- La Amistad, a 19th-century Spanish schooner whereon kidnapped Africans rebelled and took control, becoming a notable incident of the slavery abolition movement
- Freedom Schooner Amistad, a 1998 recreation of the original La Amistad schooner
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