Was The Crucible Historically Accurate

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Was The Crucible historically accurate? It was loosely accurate. A lot of the stories were definitely over dramatized. There were outrageous accusations on almost everyone. Here is how it all started. First, there were accusations on three women. Those three women were Tituba, a West Indian slave and two other women, Sarah Osborne and Sarah Good.These women were accused of witchcraft by teenage girls in 1692. There were up to 19 people hanged in Salem for witchcraft and one man was pressed to death for the suspicion of witchcraft. Accusing people for witchcraft was very dangerous in the 16th century. Everyone took it seriously, you died if anyone suspected you were involved in

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