Witchcraft of New England explained by modern spiritualism.


Published by Colby and Rich, Boston, 1888
From Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books (Concord, MA, U.S.A.)

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8vo. pp. [2], 5-482. Bound in brown publisher s cloth. Some rubbing and wear present to the extremities. Rear inner hinge is professionally strengthened. A bookseller s ticket is pasted on the inside front cover. Some penciled marginalia is present on pp. 216 and 285. Pages are otherwise generally clean. Allen Putnam analyzes phenomena described during the Salem witch scare in light of 19th century spiritualism. Chapters are dedicated to the different individuals and families involved in the trials i.e. Margaret Jones, Ann Hibbins, the Morse family, the Godwin family, Tituba, Sarah Good, Rebecca Nurse etc. First published in 1880. [Cornell, Witchcraft, p. 457 listing the 1880 edition]. Bookseller Inventory # 000754

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Title: Witchcraft of New England explained by ...

Publisher: Colby and Rich, Boston

Publication Date: 1888

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: Second printing.

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Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books specializes in early printed European books (15th-18th century), early travel, history, occultism, unusual imprints etc.

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