The Devil in Massachusetts: A Modern Inquiry into the Salem Witch Trials

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Contents xvii
  • Chapter I - The Easiest Room in Hell 3
  • Chapter II - Young People's Circle 9
  • Chapter III - The Possessed 21
  • Chapter IV - Tituba 33
  • Chapter V - Gospel Witch 48
  • Chapter VI - What Sin Unrepented Of? 64
  • Chapter VII - John Procter's Jade 77
  • Chapter VIII - The Weird Sisters 95
  • Chapter IX - Small Black Mnister 108
  • Chapter X - Puritan Knight 123
  • Chapter XI - Democracy for Witches 133
  • Chapter XII - Village Circe 146
  • Chapter XIII - Damned for the Glory of God 158
  • Chapter XIV - Blood to Drink 166
  • Chapter XV - The Devil in Andover 178
  • Chapter XVI - On Gallows Hill 191
  • Chapter XVII - Eight Firebrands of Hell 203
  • Chapter XVIII - The Ghost of Mary Esty 216
  • Chapter XIX - Jail Delivery 231
  • Chapter XX - The Devil and Cotton Mather 240
  • Chapter XXI - Village Purge 258
  • Chapter XXII - We Walked in Clouds 269
  • Notes 283
  • Selected Bibliography 301
  • Index i
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