Salem Witchcraft in Outline 1891

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Kessinger Publishing, Feb 1, 2003 - History - 188 pages
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The daughter-in-law of author Charles W. Upham, Caroline Upham presents this volume as a sketch of the history of Salem witchcraft. Contents: the witch; colonial belief in the cloven hoof; bewitched children; three arrests; a 17th century examination; colony bewitched; ministers; Giles Corey's infatuation; Giles Corey's expiation; Rebecca Nurse; a very young witch; Bridget Bishop; Mary Easty; Jacobs family; trouble in Andover; Elizabeth How; Rev. Deodat Lawson and other names; the awakening.

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