Published January 1998
by Higginson Book Co .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Records of Salem Witchcraft: Copied from the Original Documents Volume of History of women Volume 2 of Records of Salem Witchcraft: Copied from the Original Documents, William Elliot Woodward: Contributor: William Elliot Woodward: Publisher: Priv. print. for W.E. Woodward, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Oct 17 Reviews: 1. W. Eliot Woodward 2 vols. in 1, +p. () MAH. SALEM, MA: RECORDS OF SALEM WITCHCRAFT Copied from the Original Documents. Records of Salem Witchcraft: Copied from the Original Documents Volume of History of women Volume 1 of Records of Salem Witchcraft: Copied from the Original Documents, William Elliot Woodward Issues of Woodward's historical series: Contributor: William Elliot Woodward: Publisher: Priv. print. for W.E. Woodward, Original from. Internet Archive BookReader Records of Salem witchcraft, copied from the original documents.
This book represents the first comprehensive record of all legal documents pertaining to the Salem witch trials, in chronological order. Numerous newly discovered manuscripts, as well as records published in earlier books that were overlooked in other editions, offer a comprehensive narrative account of the events of , with supplementary. Burns, who was the associate editor of book “Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt,” told HISTORY that of the nine original documents to have surfaced from Scott’s trial, two are in . Original Documents Related to the Salem Witchcraft Trials and "Young Goodman Brown" Excerpts from Texts Illustrations Trial Documents Maps Autographs Excerpts from Texts. In these excerpts from Cotton Mather's The Wonders of the Invisible World, , he presents his understanding and explanation of the events of Salem's witchcraft episode. Court Records Record Books Personal Letters Sermons of the Rev. Samuel Parris Diary of Samuel Sewall: by Benjamin Ray and The University of Virginia The material presented in the Salem Witch Trials Documentary Archive is provided freely for non-commercial educational purposes. All other uses require advance permission from the project.
Records of Salem witchcraft, copied from the original documents. Records Of Salem Witchcraft Copied From The Original Documents | A Witches BookShelf Evidence reported by marcus lucero for item salemwitchcraft02woodrich on ; no. In he reprinted Records of Salem Witchcraft, copied from the original documents, in two volumes. Also in , he issued a Catalogue of a Choice Collection of American and English Books. In October he held his Fifth Semi Annual Sale. In , W. Elliot had printed two volumes by Franklin Benjamin Hough (). Written in and published posthumously in , this book by John Hale, who was the pastor of the Church of Christ in Beverly, Mass, is a critique of the Salem Witch Trials. The book discusses various witchcraft cases in New England from to and includes the events that led up to the Salem Witch Trials, many of which Hale witnessed. This is Volume 2 of Records of Salem Witchcraft, privately printed for someone called W. Elliot Woodward. The book starts off with the actual records from the Trials at Salem. No Preface, no Introduction, the first thing you read is the case of Sarah Vibber against John Willard, from