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The Salem Witch Trials: An Unsolved Mystery from History

The Salem Witch Trials An Unsolved Mystery from History, Jane Yolen, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers; First Printing edition

Bridget Bishop was the first person executed for witchcraft during the Salem witch trials in 1692. All together about 72 people were accused and tried. 20 were executed.

Bridget Bishop was the first person executed for witchcraft during the Salem witch trials in About 72 people were accused and tried. 20 were executed.

Learn about The Trial of Rebecca Nurse at the Salem Witch Museum in Salem, Massachusetts

The Salem witch trial of Rebecca Nurse who was told to be a witch. She agreed that she was a witch and was executed. By: Darby Davis

1692) - A resident of Salem Towne, Alice was executed on September 22, 1692 during the Salem Witch Trials. She was married to a fisherman named John Parker ...

- A resident of Salem Towne, Alice was executed on September 1692 during the Salem Witch Trials. She was married to a fisherman named John Parker .

City on a Hill/Salem Witch Trials Primary Source Worksheet teaches students about the meaning and significance of the John Winthrops sermon, City on a Hill. In addition, students also learn about the unfair accusations of the accused through an excerpt of a court transcript on the trial of Sarah Good.

City on a Hill/Salem Witch Trials Worksheet - Primary Source (American Colonies)

In 1692, Salem was divided into two distinct parts: Salem Town and Salem Village. Salem Village (also referred to as Salem Farms) was actually part of Salem Town but was set apart by its economy, class, and character. Residents of Salem Village were mostly poor farmers who made their living cultivating crops in the rocky terrain. Salem Town, on the other hand, was a prosperous port town at the center of trade with London. Most of those living in Salem Town were wealthy merchants.

In Salem was divided into two distinct parts: Salem Town and Salem Village. Salem Village (also referred to as Salem Farms) was actually part of Salem .

The Salem Witch Trials - The True Story of Rebecca Nurse

The Salem Witch Trials - The True Story of Rebecca Nurse

In English immigrants William Towne and Joanna Blessing Towne settled their large family in Salem, Massachusetts, where three of their daughters would later be accused of witchcraft, and inspire the famous play "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller.

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