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From June through September of 1692, nineteen men and women were convicted of
witchcraft. They hanged them in Gallows Hill, a barren slope near Salem Village. Hundreds of
people were accused of witchcraft and others died in the jails without any trials until the
hysteria that swept through Puritan Massachusetts ended.
Samuel Pariss, moved to Salem Village with his wife Elizabeth, his six-year-old daughter
Betty, niece Abagail Williams, and his Indian slave Tituba, acquired by Parris in Barbados.…read more