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The Salem Witch Trials


Word Count: 1258Approx Pages: 5Has Bibliography

The Salem Witch Trials During the late sixteen hundreds some of the most atrocious and controversial events took place in Salem, Massachusetts. ... This was the perfect setup for the Salem Witch Trials to begin. ... The...

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Salem Witch Trials


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The True Cause of the Salem Witch Trials When one speaks of the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 most people think of the massive tragedy in which many innocent women were embarrassed, jailed, and worst of all killed. ... Many believe that the girls and women of the trials were victims of ergot poisoning. ... " A very...

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Salem Witch Trials


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Salem Witch Trials I chose to do my project on the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. The Salem Witch trials in Masachusets in 1692 resulted in 19 innocent men and women being hanged, one man pressed to death, more than 17 deaths in jail. ... Each of these three women was examined by local Salem officials before they were sent o...

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Salem Witch Trials


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The Salem Witch Trials What caused the Salem witch trials? ... The trials were intended to control hysteria over witches, but instead had the opposite effect. ... "œIt wasn"t so much her "œsundry acts of witchcraft "œ that caused her to be the first witch hanged in Salem, as it was her flamboyant life style and exotic ...

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Salem Witch Trials


Word Count: 1873Approx Pages: 7Has Bibliography

The Salem Witch Trials What caused the Salem witch trials? ... The trials were intended to control hysteria over witches, but instead had the opposite effect. ... "œIt wasn"t so much her "œsundry acts of witchcraft "œ that caused her to be the first witch hanged in Salem, as it was her flamboyant life style and exotic ...

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Salem Witch Trials


Word Count: 1498Approx Pages: 6Has Bibliography

Salem Witch Trials What was the cause of the Salem Witch Trials? In the 300 hundred years since the Witch Trials in Salem, there has been much speculation concerning whether those accused of witchcraft in 1692, were in fact witches or merely the object of the hysteria that raged through New England at the time. ... The Salem Witch Trials...

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Salem Witch Trials


Word Count: 1498Approx Pages: 6

Salem Witch Trials What was the cause of the Salem Witch Trials? In the 300 hundred years since the Witch Trials in Salem, there has been much speculation concerning whether those accused of witchcraft in 1692, were in fact witches or merely the object of the hysteria that raged through New England at the time. ... The Salem Witch Trials...

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American Freedom


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Lori Lee Wilson is a historian that has studied many books that describe the history of the Salem Witch Trials. Fifty percent of the book, How History is Invented: The Salem Witch Trials tells what happened during the Salem Witch Trials. ... Mathers gathered his information from borrowed court records to write about the history of the Salem Wit...

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McCarthy Trials and Salem Witch Trials


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McCarthy Trials Similar to Salem Witch Trials There are many similarities between the McCarthy Trials and the Salem Witch Trials. The McCarthy Trials consisted of victims being accused for communist acts and many were arrested for suspicion of communism. ... One of the most famous trials was about Ethel Rosenberg, Julius Rosenberg, and Alger Hiss....

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Salem Witch Trials


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Salem Witch Trials The Salem witch hunt began in January of 1692 when a group of girls started acting really weird. ... Throughout the Salem Witch Trials, many men and women were accused of being witches. ... The Salem Witch Trials are one of the many black marks on the US"s history. ... Modugno, Hawthorne in Salem, 10...

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The Actual Salem Witch Trials


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The Actual Salem Witch Trials vs. The Crucible The Salem Witch trials of 1692, was a time in American history that portrayed how unstable society could be. ... The events described in The Crucible and the actual Salem Witch Trial events are closely related in that both portray the reasons for the start and end of the hysteria. &#...

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Salem Witch Trials


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Salem Witch Trials The Salem Witch Trials all began on January 20,1962, with nine year old Elizabeth "œBetty" Parris and eleven year old Abigail Williams, daughter and niece of the village reverend Samuel Parris. ... Parris, as witches. ... " Furthermore, Tituba certified that there was a collaboration of ...

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Salem Witch Trials


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Similar to these two events, the Salem Witch Trials involved the persecution of the female scapegoats during the late seventeenth century. ... Prior to the Salem witch trials, events such as small pox epidemic, Indian attacks, and young people profaning the Sabbath left Salem very vulnerable. ... Another factor that influenced the Salem witch trials wa...

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Salem Witch Trials


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THE SALEM WITCH TRIALS The Salem Witch Trials were a series of events that occurred during 1692 in Salem, a Puritan colony in North America. ... The event that followed was even stranger: even though two of the women accused denied having anything to do with witchcraft, Tituba confessed, claiming that she had been working for the devil and&...

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salem witch trials


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Salem Witch Trials The Salem Witchcraft trials in Massachusetts during 1692 resulted in nineteen innocent men and women being hanged, one man pressed to death, and in the deaths of more than seventeen who died in jail. ... Local Salem officials examined each of these three women before they were sent off to await trial in a Boston jail. ......

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witches


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The Salem witch trials were held in Salem Town (a port town to the southeast) and Salem Village (a farming community to the west). ... The first accused witch to be brought to trial was Bridget Bishop. ... Many people believed in the witch trials, but the few that weren't would pay some way for it. ... The...

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Salem Witch Trials


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In the Salem Witch Trial, there were many innocent civilians who were wrongfully accused of witchcraft, all because of innocent child"s play. ... The horrific event that occurred in Salem Village should never have happened, but it did, for that, numerous amounts of people died. ... Not even the well respected people of Salem Village were b...

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Salem Witch Trials


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The Salem Witch Trials: Justifiable or unnecessary punishment? ... " This occurred when the accused witches would touch the afflicted and if a "œwitch mark" would appear the accused was hanged. ... Gallows Hill is also known as Witches Hill and is the only hill in Salem. ... He called a moratorium on all wi...

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Salem witch trials


Word Count: 656Approx Pages: 3Has Bibliography

The Salem Witch Trials were a major event for colonial American times and for it"s self. ... The trails were held in the village of Salem about eight miles outside of Salem town in the state of Massachusetts. ... Tituba was beaten until she confessed to being a witch. ... Ann Putnam was the only girl to come back and make public apology to&#...

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salem witch trials


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The Salem Witch Trials were a major event for colonial American times and for it"s self. ... The trails were held in the village of Salem about eight miles outside of Salem town in the state of Massachusetts. ... Tituba was beaten until she confessed to being a witch. ... Ann Putnam was the only girl to come back and make public apology to&#...

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Salem Witchcraft Trials


Word Count: 544Approx Pages: 2Has Bibliography

Salem Witch Trials In 1692, the witchhunt was the event that took place during a difficult and confusing period for Salem Village, however the social tensions in colonial help the witchhunt motivated. ... However, as in document K, there were twenty-nine villagers who publicly showed their skepticism about the trials or came to defense o...

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The Salem Witch Trials


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In Salem, the witch trials left few survivors. ... During the trials against the witches there were many false accusations against them. ... The people in Salem were afraid of the witches and that is why they tried to cleanse Salem. ... Here is a list of those who were hanged during the witch trials. ... Now I will talk about two t...

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Ulterior Motives of the Salem Witch Trials


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The Salem witchcraft accusations of 1692, was a period of hysteria, where ordinary citizens from an ordinary village became hell-bent on ridding their community from the influence of witches. ... It is important to note that there was a strong divide within the community of Salem Village due to the proximity of Salem Town. ... Bridget Bishop) were mo...

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Salem Witchcraft Trials


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Salem Witchcraft Trials During the Salem Witchcraft Trials if one person believes something, all the rest will follow. Modern day people learned this in Salem, Massachusetts during the witchcraft trials. ... People in Salem believed that there were witches in Salem, and he/she were not going to think anything different. ... That...

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Witch Trials


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A Witch trial at Mount Holly" By Katie Levent In this paper, I will talk about the events and emotions about the Salem witch trials, which occurred at Mount Holly. ... This paragraph will explain what I feel really happened during the Salem witch trials. ... By religious beliefs, they said that if a person was a ...

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