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Puritanism, and the Salem Witch Trials

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Parris, who saw it as a blasphemous act. The events in Salem in 1692 were but one chapter in a long story of witch hunts that began in Europe between 13ended in the late 18th century (with the last known execution for witchcraft taking place in, switzerland in 1782). There were the ordinary stresses of 17th-century life in Massachusetts Bay Colony. The abuses of the Salem witch trials would contribute to changes.S. During the trials, many were executed. This meant for a severe punishment, such as hanging. Reading was a popular pastime during the winter months. I do not hurt them. Martha Corey, Mary Easty, Alice Parker, Ann Pudeater, Margaret Scott, Wilmott Reed, Samuel Wardwell, and Mary Parker were hanged on Gallows Hill September 22, 1692.

puritanism, and the Salem Witch Trials

Rebecca Nurse, along with the other four convicted women, were hanged July 19, 1692, on Gallows Hill. Puritan Society as a Theocracy, a theocracy is a society ruled by religious authority. As the trials progressed, accusations spread to individuals from other communities, among them, Beverly, Malden, Gloucester, Andover, Lynn, Marblehead, Charlestown, and Boston. It was also the last of the religious witch hunts. The cases of Sarah Good, Sarah Wilds, Elizabeth How, Susannah Martin, and Rebecca Nurse were heard next by the court on June 29, 1692. Since Puritans were expected to live by a rigid moral code, they believed that all sins from sleeping in church to stealing food should be punished. Now that three Salem Village residents stood accused of witchcraft, an investigation of the charges was in order. However, some historians and scientists argue that the girls continued with their accusations because they suffered from hysteria. In 1706 Ann Putnam,., apologized for her role as an accuser. During the questioning of the three accused, Betty, Abigail, and six other girls would often scream and tumble on the floor of the meetinghouse.

The notorious witch trials of Salem, Massachusetts occurred from June through September. Tags: Witches, American history, puritanism. Salem witch trialsSalem witch trials, illustration from Pioneers in the Settlement of America by William. On June 2 Bridget Bishopwho had been accused and found innocent of witchery some 12 years earlierwas the first. In Protestantism: Massachusetts Bay.

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