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Fine. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 168 pages. "The Salem Village witchcraft outbreak of 1692 is one of the most familiar incidents of Colonial American history. Archivist Richard B. Trask has compiled this volume in the belief that the original documents themselves can give both the interested general reader as well as the avid student of history new insights into the growth and development of this world known event. For that reason, he has gathered, re-examined, newly transcribed and arranged in chronological order all of the legal documents and the ecclesiastical and other surviving sources relating to the beginnings of the witchcraft hysteria during the month of March 1692." FINE SOFTCOVER.
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