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Book Title:Who Were the Accused Witches of Salem And Other Questions About the Witchcraft Trials (Six Questions of American History)
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Author:Laura Hamilton Waxman
Ebook ID:140392
Publisher:Lerner Publishing Group
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Ann Putnam, Jr., was one of afflicted girls during Salem Witch Trials and daughter of witch trials ringleader Thomas Putnam. Born October 18, 1679 Salem, Ann Putnam, Jr., was oldest of 10 children born Ann Carr Putnam and Thomas Putnam, sergeant local militia who had served King Phillip's War.. The Salem witch trials were series of hearings and prosecutions of people accused of witchcraft colonial Massachusetts between February 1692 and May 1693. The trials resulted executions of twenty people, fourteen of them women, and all but one by hanging.. It is not easy draw clear distinction between magic and witchcraft. Both are concerned with producing of effects beyond natural powers of man by agencies other than Divine (cf. OCCULT ART, OCCULTISM).. MATTHEW HOPKINS WITCH-FINDER GENERAL. Written and compiled by George Knowles Visit The George Knowles Website. Matthew Hopkins is perhaps most notorious name history of English witchcraft, more commonly he was known as “The Witch-Finder General”.. The Death Eaters was name given followers of Lord Voldemort. The group primarily consisted of wizards and witches who were radical pure blood supremacists, who practices Dark Arts with reckless abandon and without regard or fear of wizarding law.. Five women are beaten death rural India by villagers who accused them of being WITCHES after illness and poor harvest blighted area.

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