Tituba Exile Court Case Study

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An arrest warrant was issued out against for Tituba Indian in Salem Village on February 29, 1692. There were also arrest warrants out for Sarah Good and Sarah Osborne. All three of these women were accused of witch craft and examined the day after they were captured. They were examined at Nathaniel Ingersoll’s tavern in the Salem Town. This examination was performed by Jonathan Corwin and John Hathorne. During the examination Tituba confessed and named both Sarah Good and Sarah Osborne. She said that they both performed witch craft alongside her. Tituba described their unearthly actions. She also included that they met with the devil.
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