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Salem witch trials in fiction
Overview Two historical fiction books based of the Salem Witch Trials. Lois the Witch , a novella by Elizabeth Gaskell — , is based on the Salem witch hunts and depicts how jealousy and sexual desire can lead to hysteria. She was inspired by the story of Rebecca Nurse whose accusation, trial and execution are described in Lectures on Witchcraft, by Charles W. Upham, the Unitarian minister in Salem in the s.
The Salem Belle: A Tale of 1692 (1842)
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Jonathan Corwin 's House, Essex St. Erected , by Cap't. Corwin", circa , Library of Congress, Ira J. Patch, Salem, Mass. This building, as the "Old Witch House", is open to the public, and is the only building left standing in Salem with ties to the witch trials.
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Darley or Granville Perkins not specifically attributed. Collection of the New York Historical Society.
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Kimball, Geo. Kimball, publisher, Boston, Collection of the Dallas Museum of Art. Baker, published by Geo. Winston, Although a few of the houses that belonged to the participants in the Salem witch trials are still standing, many of these buildings have been lost. This gallery includes photographs take in the 19th century and early 20th century that preserve the visual record of these homes.
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Cultural depictions of the Salem Witch Trials
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