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Salam Witch Trialss

Information about Tituba, Accusations, and the court

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Why was Salem a perfect place for accusation? Because of how extreme their religion was and the place was nearby woods.
Who was Tituba? How did she make accusations worse? Told tales about magic and power. Admitted to being a witch. Blames people for her religion.
What were the reasons given to certain people to be accused? Poor self image, doesn't attend church, and the poor accused the rich.
What unique evidence evidence was allowed in court? Specter evidence.
What stopped the accusations? Accusations were towards upperclassmen, ministers, and children.
Created by: JennySzabo