Salem-village Witchcraft: A Documentary Record of Local Conflict in Colonial New England
Few episodes in American history have aroused such intense and continued interest as the 1692 Salem witchcraft trials. This volume draws exclusively on primary documents to reveal the underlying conflicts and tensions that caused that small, agricultural settlement to explode with such dramatic force.
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The Trials Records of Five Witchcraft Cases
Extracts From Deodat Lawson A Brief and True
Comment by Outside Authorities Civil
Samuel Parris These Shall Make
Chapter Sixteen The Wilkins Family
The Village Forms
The Village Defines Itself
The SalemVillage Book
Salem Village Becomes a Town 1752
Selected List of Accusers and Persons Against Whom They
Additional Genealogies of Some SalemVillage Families
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