during the Salem witch trials the people practice puritanism.
Nineteen people were hanged during the Salem witch trials.
John Proctor was accused and hanged during the Salem Witch Trials.
There were no actual, practicing witches invovled, accused or otherwise existing in Salem during the witch trials.
He was a puritan prime minster in Salem Village during the Salem Witch Trials. His family's slave, Tituba, was the first to admit to being a witch during the trials.
No witches were ever burned at Salem. In Puritan society, witchcraft was a felony and punishable by hanging. During the Salem Witch Trials, 19 people suffered that fate.
Torture was no utilized for getting confessions during the Salem Witch Trials.
outside of Salem
The year of the Salem witch trials was 1692
They would tickle the witch
the fist people to be accused during the Salem witch trials were Tibuta, Sarah good, Sarah osborne.
The American town famous for the Witch Trials (called the Salem Witch Trials) is Salem, Massachusetts.
Obviously, the Salem Witch Trials tried a very different crime. But, other than that, the Salem Trials were very much like a normal civil trial today.
During the Salem Witch Trials in Salem Massachusetts in 1692, 19 were hanged, 1 was pressed to death and as many as 13 died in prison.
20 people were hung during the trials.
The last of the Salem Witch trials ended in may 1693
Torture was not used in the Salem Witch Trials.
the Salem Witch Trials started on Feb. 20. 1692