Salem Witch Trials
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Brandt, Anthony. "An Unholy Mess." American History 49.5 (2014): 34- 43. History Reference Center. Web. 16 Sept. 2015.
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Three women were arrested in what is now Danvers, Massachusetts, and charged with using witchcraft to make four girls suffer. The town was called Salem at the time, and the accusations of witchcraft which spread through the town ended in the execution of twenty "witches" between June 10 and September 22, 1692. The events made history as the Salem Witch Trials.
What's a "witch-hunt"? According to Dictionary.com:
"an intensive effort to discover and expose disloyalty, subversion,
dishonesty, or the like, usually based on slight, doubtful, or
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Ray, Benjamin. "Examination of Mary Parker." The Salem Witch Trials. The University of Virginia, 2002. Web. 17 Sept. 2015.
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