The Devil in the Shape of a Woman: Witchcraft in Colonial New England

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Tables
i.
Sex of Witches in Non-outbreak Witchcraft Cases, New England, 1620-172548
2.
Sex of Witches, in Outbreak Witchcraft Cases, New England, 1620-172549
3.
Sex of Witches, by Individual Outbreak, New England, 1620-172551
4.
Age of Female Witches, New England, 1620-172564
5.
Female Witches under Forty, New England, 1620-172565
6.
Female Witches over Forty, New England, 1620-172566
7.
Age Groups, Female Witches over Forty, New England, 1620-172567
8.
Proportionate Representation among Female Witches of Women between Forty and Fifty-nine and Women over Sixty by Community Age Structure, New England, 1620-172570
9.
Marital Status of Female Witches, New England, 1620-172572
10.
Proportionate Representation among Female Witches of Married Women over Thirty and Women Alone over Thirty, New England, 1620-172574

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  • The Devil in the Shape of a Woman - Witchcraft in Colonial New England *
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Preface xi
  • One New England's Witchcraft Beliefs 1
  • Two the Demographic Basis of Witchcraft 46
  • Three the Economic Basis of Witchcraft 77
  • Four Handmaidens of the Devil 117
  • Five Handmaidens of the Lord 153
  • Six New England's Well-Ordered Society 182
  • Seven Brands Plucked Out of the Burning 222
  • Epilogue 253
  • Afterword to the Norton Paperback Edition 259
  • Appendix 267
  • Notes 273
  • Index 353
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