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Drawing by Wenceslaus Hollar, circa 1645, illustrating women's fashion history, 17th century, from life subjects.  Digital image © 2003 Jone Johnson Lewis. Licensed to About.com.

Women's Fashions of the 17th Century

Women's Fashions of the Century: Drawing 28 - Country Woman, Drawing by Wenceslaus Hollar, circa 1645

Salem Witch Trials. Convicted Artist:Everett

Salem Witch Trials. Convicted Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Marched from jail for the last time, illustration by Howard Pyle published in Dulcibel: A Tale of Old Salem, circa 1907

puritan religion | Puritan Costumes | ClipArt ETC

The puritans moved to America to seek religious freedom. They wanted to establish a "holy commonwealth" and preserve a "pure" Christian faith.

Clothing: The clothing of the male was very simple and modest. The wore knew length breeches and peasant shirts and a long vest. They also wore long white socks with black shoes.

Clothing: The clothing of the male was very simple and modest. The wore knee length breeches and peasant shirts and a long vest. They also wore long white socks with black shoes.

The Trial of a Witch    An embarrassing and tragic time in American history…

How can God Fearing people be so stupid!The Trial of a Witch An embarrassing and tragic time in American history, the Salem witch trials of 1692 saw spectral evidence, accusation of neighbors, and executions before authorities ended the trials.

Rev. George Burroughs was accused- This Day in History: Aug 19: 1692 The Salem witch trials

George Burroughs was the only minister accused, tried and convicted of witchcraft in the Salem witch trials. Burroughs was most likely innocent.

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