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2 Are you a witch? By Polina Solovyeva ID4

3 -W-Warts or moles -P-Pets, but mostly cats (black cats were considered to be evil) -I-If the person knew how to tell fortunes -I-If the person knew how to use herbs for healing

4 Witches were believed to: -Cause storms -Kill animals -Sink ships -Work for the devil

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6 In January 1692, in a little village called Salem, lived Reverend Samuel Parris and his daughter, Betty, age 6, and adopted niece, Abigail Williams, age 9. One day they started having “symptoms." They screamed, threw things, and had seizures. Two other girls, Ann Putnam and Elizabeth Hubbard had similar symptoms. These were the first “victims” of witchcraft in the colony.

7 The Doctor Decides What The Problem Is The doctor, William Griggs, said that the girls were bewitched.

8 The Solution

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12 What happened next… W hen the dog ate Mary’s Witch Cake, it immediately ran outside. Tituba, the Reverend's slave, also went outside because of the strong odor and the smoke.  (Tituba and the bewitched girls)

13 What happened next… W hen the dog ate Mary’s Witch Cake, it immediately ran outside. Tituba, the Reverend's slave, also went outside because of the strong odor and the smoke. There, she met Sarah Good who came to complain about Tituba’s bad fortune-telling.  Salem Witch Trials

14 What happened next… When the dog ate Mary’s Witch Cake, it immediately ran outside. Tituba, the Reverend's slave, also went outside because of the strong odor and the smoke. There, she met Sarah Good who came to complain about Tituba’s bad fortune-telling. A moment later Gammer Osburne walked up to Tituba and asked her if she can make her tea from iris roots so that the pain would go away.

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16 Watch what happens next… So Tituba invites Sarah Osburne and Sarah Good to come in the house.

17 What happens next… So Tituba invites Sarah Good and Sarah Osburne to come in the house. When they come in……

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19 Remember what I told you earlier?

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21 These were the FIRST accused people for practicing Witchcraft.

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23 S O WHAT HAPPENED TO THE THREE WOMEN ? Sarah Good was accused and hanged on Gallows Hill in Sarah Osburne was also accused and died in prison. Tituba confessed. Reverend Samuel Parris told Tituba that if she confessed he would give her freedom. But instead, when all the prisoners were let go in 1693, he refused to pay her debt to the jail. During Spring, Samuel Conklin came to the prison and paid off Tituba’s debt. She worked for him when she was let go.

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25 It all starts… because of those four little girls

26 After the first Salem Witch Trial, more and more people were accused and arrested for “practicing” witchcraft.

27 After the first Salem Witch Trial, more and more people were accused and arrested for “practicing” witchcraft. From June through September of 1692, nineteen men and women all having been charged of witchcraft, were hanged on Gallows Hill. Hundreds were accused and dozens were imprisoned.

28  After the first Salem Witch Trial, more and more people were accused and arrested for “practicing” witchcraft. From June through September of 1692, nineteen men and women all having been charged of witchcraft, were hanged on Gallows Hill. Hundreds were accused and dozens were imprisoned. A man over eighty was pressed to death by heavy stones for refusing to go to a trial.

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30 Governor Phips created the Court of Oyer and Terminer on May 27,1692 because of the amount of accused witches that needed to be tried. This court had the ability to order an execution for a witch immediately. The court was made up of six judges, who were all Governor Phips’s advisors. William Stoughton, the lieutenant governor of Massachusetts, became the Chief Judge of the court. Samuel Sewall, recorded all of the trials and was also one of the judges. Oyer and Terminer means “hear and determine”. The court hanged nineteen people and found twenty seven guilty. On October 29 the court closed because the governor's wife was accused of witchcraft.

31 Governor Phips

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35 Book: Tituba of Salem Village by Ann Petry Information: salem-witch-trials-of em/SAL_ACCT.HTM


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