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  • American Fanaticism and Witch Hunts - "During difficult times in the Massachusetts Colony in 1692, the devil seemed to be getting the upper hand in recruiting young souls to enlist in a covenant with hell..." This is the Petition of Mary Eastick, accused witch in 1682.
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  • Bloodlines of Salem - Bloodlines of Salem is the place where visitors share ideas and information about the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, its participants and their families.
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  • Famous American Trials: Salem Witchcraft Trials - Account of events, by Douglas Linder.
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  • Justice at Salem - free e-book - A free e-book (licensed under the Creative Commons) and a paperback about the Salem witch trials. The author argues that some of the convicted were guilty.
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  • Notable Women Ancestors - Witches - Biographies and genealogical information about the women of Salem accused of Witchcraft, as told by their descendants.
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  • The Salem Witch Trials - A history of the trials, with related links.
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  • Salem Witch Trials - Information about the trials, as well as upcoming events and attractions from the official site of Salem, MA.
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  • Salem Witch Trials - Archived documents, maps, and biographies. From the University of Virginia Electronic Text Center.
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  • Salem Witch Trials 1692 - Chronology of the examination of Sarah Good, accused witch, from The Salem Witchcraft Papers.
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  • Salem Witch Trials Page - Trial transcripts plus profiles of the afflicted, the accused and the victims. Provides timeline, chat room and recommended reading list.
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  • Salem Witchcraft Hysteria - From National Geographic, a narrative about the Salem MA witch trials.
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  • Witch City - Documentary film about the consequences of using the town's history for profit. Includes a list of screenings, ordering information, reviews, a flipbook, and filmmaker biographies.
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  • Witchcraft in Salem Village: Intersection of Religion and Society - Essay with teaching suggestions from a scholar in American religious history. In "Divining America: Religion and the National Culture" from the National Humanities Center.
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  • Early American Horror Show - Commentary on the witch trials and their lasting legacy, with reviews of books on the topic. [Salon] (October 29, 2002)
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