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Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather

$12.95

After the publishing of Charles Upham’s two-volume work Salem Witchcraft, in 1867, there was a substantial article or articles in the magazine North American Review which harshly criticized Upham’s work in great detail, but apparently without any research. This book is a reprint of the 1869 edition which answers those criticisms, in grave detail, and even sheds more light on the characters associated with the Salem Witchcraft Trials of the 1690s in Massachusetts. Chapters include describing the connection of the Mathers (Cotton and his father Increase) with the superstitions of that time; the Goodwin Children; John Bailey; John Hale; the relation of the Mathers to the government of Massachusetts; Sir William Phips; the Special Court of Oyer and Terminer; spectral evidence; John Proctor; George Burroughs; the Executions; Cotton Mather’s writings including his Wonders of the Invisible World and his account of the trials. Other chapters include materials on Thomas Brattle, John Higginson, Michael Wigglesworth, Francis Hutchinson, Daniel Neal, Isaac Watts, William Bentley, Thomas Hutchinson, John Eliot and Josiah Quincy, and much more. 6x9, soft cover, 208 total pages, indexed. ISBN: 9781935573319.