Authors: Rosalyn Schanzer
Tags: #Juvenile Nonfiction, #Witchcraft - Massachusetts - Salem - History, #Witchcraft, #Body; Mind & Spirit, #Puritans, #Puritans - Massachusetts - Salem - History, #Witchcraft & Wicca, #General, #United States, #Religion, #Salem, #Colonial & Revolutionary Periods, #Massachusetts, #Christian Church, #Salem (Mass.) - Church History, #Christianity, #History
THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE TALE OF DISASTER IN SALEM
Copyright © 2011 Rosalyn Schanzer.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Witches!: the absolutely true tale of disaster in Salem / by Roaslyn Schanzer.
Includes bibliographical references (p.) and index. ISBN 978-1-4263-0869-7 (hardcover)--ISBN 978-1-4263-0870-3 (library edition)--ISBN 978-1-4263-0888-8 (e-book)
1. Witchcraft--Massachusetts--Salem--History. 2. Salem (Mass.)--Church history. 3. Puritans--Massachusetts--Salem--History.
Slave of Salem Village’s Reverend Samuel Parris
Homeless beggar with two young children
Sarah Good’s 4-year-old daughter
A bedridden old woman
MARTHA & GILES CORY
Woman who has an illegitimate son and her 80-year-old husband, a farmer
ELIZABETH & JOHN PROCTOR
A successful tavern keeper and his wife
Well-loved 71-year-old grandmother
GEORGE JACOBS SR.
80-year-old farmer with rheumatism
Accused of belonging to the Devil
SARAH CLOYSE & MARY EASTY
Rebecca Nurse’s highly respectable sisters
REVEREND GEORGE BURROUGHS
Former minister of Salem Village who lives in Wells, Maine
Tavern keeper from Salem Town, wears a red bodice, married 3 times