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Salem-village witchcraft : a documentary record of local conflict in colonial New England

Author: Paul S Boyer; Stephen Nissenbaum
Publisher: Boston : Northeastern University Press, ©1993.
Series: American history research series.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Drawing on extensive primary documents, this book allows the reader to participate in historical analysis of this explosive period in history

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Genre/Form: History
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul S Boyer; Stephen Nissenbaum
ISBN: 1555531644 9781555531645 1555531652 9781555531652
OCLC Number: 28112206
Notes: Originally published: Belmont, Calif. : Wadsworth Pub. Co., 1972, in series: American history research series.
Description: xxv, 416 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Pt. 1. The Trials: Records of Five Witchcraft Cases. Ch. 1. Sara Good. Ch. 2. Rebecca Nurse. Ch. 3. Bridget Bishop. Ch. 4. John Willard. Ch. 5. George Burroughs. Ch. 6. Additional Testimony. Ch. 7. Contemporary Accounts and Reactions. Ch. 8. Comment by Outside Authorities: Civil and Ecclesiastical. Ch. 9. Three Sermons on Salem-Village Witchcraft --
Pt. 2. The Accused. Ch. 10. Sarah Good. Ch. 11. Rebecca Nurse. Ch. 12. Bridget Bishop. Ch. 13. John Willard. Ch. 14. George Burroughs --
Pt. 3. The Accusers. Ch. 15. Samuel Parris. Ch. 16. The Wilkins Family. Ch. 17. The Putnam Family --
Pt. 4. The Community: Salem Village. Ch. 18. The Village Forms. Ch. 19. The Village Defines Itself. Ch. 20. The Village and Its Ministers. Ch. 21. The Salem-Village Book of Record, 1672-1697 --
Epilogue: Salem Village Becomes a Town (1752) --
App. List of Accused Witches Who Lived in or Around Salem Village --
App. List of All Persons Accused of Witchcraft in 1692 --
App. Selected List of Accusers and Persons Against Whom They Testified --
App. List of Defenders Connected with Salem Village --
App. Places of Residence of the "Afflicted Girls" --
App. Census of Salem Village in January 1692 --
Map: Salem Village in 1692 --
Numerical Index to Upham's Map --
Map: Alphabetical Index to Upham's Map --
Map: Guide to Grants of Land in Salem Village --
Map: Guide to the Farms of Salem Village --
Map: Nine Sectional Maps of Salem Village in 1700 --
Additional Genealogies of Some Salem-Village Families.
Series Title: American history research series.
Responsibility: edited by Paul Boyer and Stephen Nissenbaum ; with a new preface by the editors.
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