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Witchcraft In Salem

Author : Steven L. Stern
ISBN : 9781936088003
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents a history of the Salem witch hunt and witch trials that occurred during the late seventeenth century.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Salem

Author : Dane Anthony Morrison
ISBN : 1555536506
Genre : History
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A superb collection of essays on Salem s rich history and cultural life over the past four centuries now with a new preface."
Category: History

The Keepers Christmas In Salem

Author : Heather Graham
ISBN : 9781460321584
Genre : Fiction
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This holiday season, armed with love and passion, can the Keepers stop the reign of Darkness? Christmas is coming to Salem, but so is an evil force that threatens all mankind. In this memorable collection led by New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham, four powerful Keepers must save their community as a strange, eternal night creeps over the town. Forced to choose between their time-honored responsibilities or the lovers their hearts desire, these four extraordinary women must risk their own happiness to save the holiday. But Christmas is a time for miracles, and as each Keeper's greatest longing is met, the Season of Light returns. Don't miss this magical holiday collection from Heather Graham, Deborah LeBlanc, Kathleen Pickering and Beth Ciotta.
Category: Fiction

Salem Witchcraft

Author : Charles W. Upham
ISBN : 9780486145457
Genre : History
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DIVPainstakingly researched history of Salem village and the notorious witchcraft trials held there in the late 17th century. Fascinating, classic account of one of the darkest episodes in early American history. /div
Category: History

Salem

Author : Jerome M. Curley
ISBN : 0738562572
Genre : History
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Salem, Massachusetts, is a little city steeped in history. Known as the Witch City for the Puritan witchcraft trials of 1692, Salem boasts a rich heritage as a major East India seaport. Trading with China made Salem the richest city in America, generating a living architectural history. As Salem developed, it preserved much of its history.
Category: History

Indian History Biography And Genealogy

Author : Ebenezer Weaver Peirce
ISBN : HARVARD:HNLI9P
Genre : BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
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A biography of Massasoit and a history of early America, this volume tells the story of how the Wampanoag Indians started helping the Plymouth settlement just three months after the Pilgrims arrived.
Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Salem Witchcraft With An Account Of Salem Village And A History Of Opinions On Witchcraft And Kindred Subjects Complete

Author : Charles Wentworth Upham
ISBN : 9781465523952
Genre : Salem (Mass.)
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IT is one of the distinguishing characteristics of the human being, that he loves to contemplate the scenes of the past, and desires to have his own history borne down to the future. This, like all the other propensities of our nature, is accompanied by faculties to secure its gratification. The gift of speech, by which the parent can convey information to the child—the old transmit intelligence to the young—is an indication that it is the design of the Author of our being that we should receive from those passing away the narrative of their experience, and communicate the results of our own to the generations that succeed us. All nations have, to a greater or less degree, been faithful to their trust in using the gift to fulfil the design of the Giver. It is impossible to name a people who do not possess cherished traditions that have descended from their early ancestors. Although it is generally considered that the invention of a system of arbitrary and external signs to communicate thought is one of the greatest and most arduous achievements of human ingenuity, yet so universal is the disposition to make future generations acquainted with our condition and history,—a disposition the efficient cause of which can only be found in a sense of the value of such knowledge,—that you can scarcely find a people on the face of the globe, who have not contrived, by some means or other, from the rude monument of shapeless rock to the most perfect alphabetical language, to communicate with posterity; thus declaring, as with the voice of Nature herself, that it is desirable and proper that all men should know as much as possible of the character, actions, and fortunes of their predecessors on the stage of life.
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