The Problem Of Witchcraft In The 1600s

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There were many people in early times that believed in witchcraft. The Medieval people and the Romans. They all believed in it in different ways though. The biggest problems in history with witchcraft began in New England and Europe in the early 1600’s. The problems spread to the puritan colony of Massachusetts. In the late 1600’s the problem really began. The puritans were extremely religious. They believed something was completely wrong or totally evil. There was a specific family, it was the Parris’s. In their home lived; the father, Samuel Parris, his daughter Betty and his niece Abigail Williams, and the slaves, Tituba and her husband, John Indian. When the father was out hunting the girls would get bored at home. The servant, Tituba
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