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  • The Salem Witch Trialsby K. David Goss

    Greenwood Publishing Group 2007; US$ 55.00

    Part of the enduring fascination of the Salem witch trials is the fact that, to date, no one theory has been able to fully explain the events that ravaged Salem in 1692. Countless causes, from ergot-infected rye to actual demonic posession, have been offered to explain why the accusations and erratic behavior of seven village girls left hundreds accused,... more...

  • Daily Life During the Salem Witch Trialsby K. David Goss

    ABC-CLIO 2012; US$ 58.00

    Though few know it, the horror of the Salem Witch Trials caused a profound change in American jurisprudence, one with repercussions that still affect those charged with crimes today. It was as a result of these infamous trials that the legal system shifted from the British perspective of presumed guilt of the accused to the celebrated American presumption... more...

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