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Witchcraft

from the editor

Enchanting Students in the Twenty-First Century, by Elizabeth Reis
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articles

Witchcraft in the Anglo-American Colonies,
by Mary Beth Norton
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Confess or Deny: What is a “Witch” to Do?,
by Elizabeth Reis
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New England’s Other Witch-Hunt: The Hartford Witch-hunt of the 1660s and Changing Patterns in Witchcraft Prosecution,
by Walter W. Woodward
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American Indians, Witchcraft, and Witch-hunting,
by Matthew Dennis
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The Specter of Salem in American Culture,
by Gretchen A. Adams
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“How Could They Believe That?”: Explaining to Students Why Accusations of Witchcraft Made Good Sense in Seventeenth-Century New England,
by Richard Godbeer
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lesson plans

Salem Witch Trials,
by Benjamin Ray
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The Trial of Katherine Harrison,
by Walter W. Woodward
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Witches in the Atlantic World,
by Elaine Breslaw
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personality profiles

Tituba,
by Bernard Rosenthal
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Matilda Josyln Gage: A Nineteenth-Century Women’s Rights Historian Looks at Witchcraft,
by Mary E. Corey
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on teaching

Do We “Fire Them Up?”: Students Helping Teachers Evaluate Teaching,
by Merrill Watrous
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bringing history alive

Objects in the Classroom,
by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
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internet resources

Elusive or Illuminating: Using the Web to Explore the Salem Witchcraft Trials,
by Stephanie Hurter
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The 2003 OAH Tachau Award Winner,
by Gwen Moore
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history headlines

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