Salem Witch Trials: The Vulnerability Of Women

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Hello, Lander~~ Good post this week. Salem was the place, where infamous Witch Trials since 300 hundred years. There were 14 women and 5 men died at Gallows Hill. Witchcraft was (and is) the survival of fragmented pagan belief systems mainly collected from the folklore of Celtic Britain and Ireland. Among the groups labeled witches, most practitioners were women, and women were the primary leaders (The vulnerability of women to witchcraft Accusations- by Christian Day, 1992, n.d). Certain people to practice supernatural forces of evil that can hurt others with return - especially faith in the loyalty - had reached had appeared extensively in colonial New England in the 14th century Europe. In addition, the Salem Village (Massachusetts) War between France and England in the American colonies in the harsh realities including sequelae 1689 lives in rural Puritan society in recent smallpox epidemic, Native American tribes and Salem Village (Salem Witch Trials, n.d).…show more content…
(n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.history.com/topics/salem-witch-trials The vulnerability of women to witchcraft Accusations- by Christian Day, 1992. (n.d.). Retrieved from
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