Hexenprozesse von salem

Nicht nur in Europa wurden über die Jahrhunderte unschuldige Frauen als Hexen verfolgt. In den USA erreichte der Hexenwahn 1692 seinen Höhepunkt – mit den Prozessen von Salem. In dem tragisch…

Nicht nur in Europa wurden über die Jahrhunderte unschuldige Frauen als Hexen verfolgt. In den USA erreichte der Hexenwahn 1692 seinen Höhepunkt – mit den Prozessen von Salem. In dem tragisch…

Das Hexenbuch von Salem: historisch-magisches von Katherine Howe

Das Hexenbuch von Salem: historisch-magisches von Katherine Howe

In 1706, Ann Putnam Jr. offered a public apology for her participation in the witch trials at Salem. She stood in church while her apology was read: " I desire to be humbled before God. It was a great delusion of Satan that deceived me in that sad time. I did not do it out of anger, malice, or ill will." Ann was the only one of the afflicted girls to make such an apology.

In 1706, Ann Putnam Jr. offered a public apology for her participation in the witch trials at Salem. She stood in church while her apology was read: " I desire to be humbled before God. It was a great delusion of Satan that deceived me in that sad time. I did not do it out of anger, malice, or ill will." Ann was the only one of the afflicted girls to make such an apology.

Thomas Putnam 1699 was a member of the Putnam family and a resident of Salem Village (present-day Danvers, Massachusetts) and a significant accuser in the notorious 1692 Salem witch trials.

Thomas Putnam 1699 was a member of the Putnam family and a resident of Salem Village (present-day Danvers, Massachusetts) and a significant accuser in the notorious 1692 Salem witch trials.

Learn about Irish history in Salem, Massachusetts on the blog at Salem.org.

Learn about Irish history in Salem, Massachusetts on the blog at Salem.org.

Wonders of the Invisible World by Cotton Mather was the first book ever published on the Salem Witch Trials

Best Books About the Salem Witch Trials

Wonders of the Invisible World by Cotton Mather was the first book ever published on the Salem Witch Trials

David Goss ’74, assistant professor of history, wrote "The Salem Witch Trials: A Reference Guide." A comprehensive textbook analyzing witchcraft trials in medieval European history with four chapters on the Salem, Massachusetts, episodes. It includes biographies of prominent people of that time, documents, and a glossary of legal and cultural terms.

David Goss ’74, assistant professor of history, wrote "The Salem Witch Trials: A Reference Guide." A comprehensive textbook analyzing witchcraft trials in medieval European history with four chapters on the Salem, Massachusetts, episodes. It includes biographies of prominent people of that time, documents, and a glossary of legal and cultural terms.

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