Alice Ray and the Salem Witch Trials
Millbrook Press, 01.01.2011 - 48 Seiten
In 1692, four girls in Salem Village, Massachusetts, fell sick. They experienced fits and visions, and the only explanation a doctor could give was that they were bewitched. Hysteria, accusations, and unfair trials and hangings ensued. This story follows Alice Ray, a fictional character, and her internal struggle as her friend Ann Putnam accuses Sarah Good (both real people) of witchcraft.
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