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John Proctor stern, harsh, religious man; married to Elizabeth Proctor, but has affair with Abigail Williams
Abigail Williams young, smart, a good liar; works as servant for Elizabeth Proctor, but has affair with John Proctor
Elizabeth Proctor religious; John Proctor's wife; fired Abigail
Reverend Hale young minister who hates witchcraft, comes to Salem to examine Rev. Parris' daughter
Reverend Parris the minister of Salem's church; also a paranoid, power hungry man
Thomas Putnam wealthy citizen of Salem; husband to Ann and father to Ruth; holds a grudge against Francis Nurse
Francis Nurse wealthy, respected man of Salem; enemy to Thomas Putnam
Judge Danforth Governor of Massachusetts and judge of Salem Witch Trials
Giles Corey elderly farmer whose wife Martha is accused of witchcraft; he himself is eventually held in contempt of court and pressed to death with large stones
Martha Corey Giles' wife, who is accused, arrested, and convicted of witchcraft
Created by: Literature1