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Salem Witchcraft By lilangelgirl1420
Puritans were very superstitious and they believed that witches had to do with the devil. People around the seventeenth century who lived in New England believed that a witch was a person who had made a pact with Satan and therefore had strange and terrible powers. They were thought to use these powers on people they disliked or just anyone. Witches could supposedly make babies sick and die, dry up a mother's milk, cause plagues of locusts, set fire, kill cattle, sheep, and crops and call forth disease and other similar misfortunes.
The Salem witch craze began in February 1692 at the hom…
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- Salem Witchcraft By lilangelgirl1420
- The Salem Witch Trials-Report on the Salem Witch Trials describes events, people, theories, insight into the Puritan religion, and results of the trials. A bibliography is included.
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