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Further notes on the history of witchcraft in Massachusetts

Abner Cheney Goodell

Further notes on the history of witchcraft in Massachusetts

containing additional evidence of the passage of the Act of 1711, for reversing the attainders of the witches ; also, affirming the legality of the Special Court of Oyer and Terminer of 1692

by Abner Cheney Goodell

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Published by J. Wilson and Son in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Witchcraft -- Massachusetts.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWith ... an appendix of documents, etc.
    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 40044.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination52 p.
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17575351M

    Who Were the Accused Witches of Salem? And Other Questions About the Witchcraft Trials (Book): Waxman, Laura Hamilton: In June , a jury in Salem, Massachusetts, found Bridget Bishop guilty of performing witchcraft. The only evidence against her was villagers' testimony. As punishment she was publicly hanged. Meanwhile, local girls had been behaving oddly for months. John Proctor (Ma – Aug ) was a landowner in the Massachusetts Bay was the son of John Proctor, Sr. (–) and Martha Harper (–). He was hanged on Aug in Salem Village, Massachusetts Bay Colony during the Salem Witch Trials after being falsely accused and convicted for : 30 March , Suffolk, England.

    Witchcraft — Massachusetts — Salem — History — 17th Century — Juvenile Literature Trials (Witchcraft) — Massachusetts — Salem Salem (Mass.) — History — . Further, women were constantly appearing as the strong, daring, wily heroines of the Indian captivity and escape narratives that became, as Schiff suggests, templates for stories of .

    One of Windsor: The Untold Story of Americas First Witch Hanging is a book I was keen to read ever since discovering it. Ever since I was young, I have been fascinated with witches, and this stems from the fact that I am a redhead and during the Witch trials that occurred in places all over the world, redheads were frequently hanged just for /5.   In the book, Mather states that New England is under attack by the Devil and argues these instances of witchcraft are proof of that claim. Mather goes on to explain that a witch who had been executed 40 years prior had warned the Massachusetts Bay Colony of a “horrible plot against the country by witchcraft” which Mather states finally seems to have been .


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