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Witchcraft Bibliography Project - DB22 std.

Adler, Margot.  Drawing down the Mon:  Witches, Druids, Goddess-
 Worshippers and Other Pagans in America Today.  Boston:  n.p., 1979.

Allen, Neal W., Jr.  "A Maine Witch."  Old-Time New England 61 (1971): 75-81.

Beard, George M.  Psychology of the Salem Witchcraft Excitement of 
 1692. New York:  n.p., 1882.

Beatty, John D.  Satan in Massachusetts: Genealogies of Salem's 
 Witches. Fort Wayne, IN: Allen City Public Library, 1987.

Benes, Peter and Jane Montague Benes, eds. Wonders of the Invisible
        World, 1600-1800: Seventh Dublin Seminar for New England
        Folklife, 1992.  Boston: Boston University, 1995.

Black, George. "List of Works Relating to Witchcraft in the United
 States." Bulletin of the New York Public Library 12 (1908): 658-75.

Boas, Ralph and Louise.  Cotton Mather, Keeper of  Puritan Conscience.
        New York:  n.p., 1928.

Booth, Sally S.  The Witches of Early America. New York: Hastings
 House, 1975.

Boyer, Paul.  Puritan Village in Crisis: A Documentary Record of
 Salem Village in the Time of the Witchcraft Trials. 3 vols.
 Amherst, MA: University of Massachussetts, 1970.

__________ and Stephen Nissenbaum.  Salem Possessed: The Social
 Origins of Witchcraft. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University
 Press, 1974.

__________, ed.  Salem-Village Witchcraft: A Documentary Record of
 Local Conflict in Colonial New England.  Belmont, MA:
 Wadsworth, 1972.

Breslaw, Elaine G. "The Salem Witch from Barbados: In Search of
 Tituba's Roots." Essex Institute Historical Collections 128
 (1992): 217-38.

__________.  Tituba, Reluctant Witch of Salem: Devilish
 Indians and Puritan Fantasies. New York: New York University
 Press, 1996.

Briggs, Katherine.  "Some Seventeenth-Century Books on Magic."
        British Journal of Folklore 64 (1953):  445-62.

Brown, David. "The Case of Giles Cory."  Essex Institute Historical
 Collections. 121 (1985):_____.

__________. "The Forfeitures at Salem, 1692." William and Mary
       Quarterly Series 3 50 (1993): 85-111.

Burr, George Lincoln, ed. Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases,
 1648-1706. New York: C. Scribner, 1914.

__________. "New England's Place in the History of Witchcraft."
 American Antiquarian Society Proceedings. 21 (1911): 185-217.

Butler, J. "Magic, Astrology, and the Early American Religious
 Heritage." American Historical Review 84 (1979): ?

Calef, Robert.  More Wonders of the Invisible World.  London:  Nath.
        Hillar and Joseph Collyer, 1700.  Salem, MA: William Carlton,
        Also in Salem Witchcraft, edited by Samuel Page Fowler, page#.
        Salem:  H. P. Ives and A. A. Smith, 1861.  Reprint.  Bowie, MD:
        Heritage Books, 1992.  Also in The Witchcraft Delusion in New 
 England: Its Rise, Progress, and Termination, as Exhibited by 
        Dr. Cotton Mather in "The Wonders of the Invisible World" and 
 by Mr. Robert Calef in his "More Wonders of the Invisible 

 World," with a Preface, Introduction, and Notes, edited by 
        Samuel Gardner Drake.  3 vols.  Roxbury, Mass.: W. Elliot 
        Woodward, 1866.  Reprint.  New York:  Burt Franklin, 1970.

Caporael, L. R. "Ergotism: The Satan Loosed in Salem?"  Science
 192 (1976): 121-26.

Cardoza, A. Rebecca.  "A Modern American Witch-craze."  In Witchcraft
        and Sorcery, edited by Max Marwick, page#.  London:  n.p., 

Chevedden, Paul E.  "Ushering in the Millennium, Or How an
 American City Reversed the Past and Single-Handedly
 Inaugurated the End-Time," in Prospects: An Annual of
 American Cultural Studies, 22.  1997.  35-67.

Clark, James William. "The Tradition of Salem Witchcraft in
 American Literature." Durham, NC: Unpublished Ph.D.
 dissertation, Duke University, 1970.

Clark, Michael. "'Like Images Made Black With the Lightning': Dis-
 course and the Body in Colonial Witchcraft." The Eighteenth
 Century 34 (1993): 199-220.

Cohen, P. C.  A Calculating People:  The Spread of Numeracy in
        Early America.  Chicago:  n.p., 1982.

Collier, Christopher and Bonnie B. Collier.  The Literature
 of Connecticut History.  Middletown, CT: Connecticut
 Humanities Council, 1983.

Condon, David F.  "Witchcraft Trials in the Seventeenth Century."  In
        Legal Record and Historical Reality.  Publication data.

Cook, Albert B. "Damaging the Mathers: London Receives the News
 from Salem." New England Quarterly 65 (1992): 302-08.

 Cotton Mather on Witchcraft. New York, 1991.

Craker, Wendel D. "Spectral Evidence, Non-Spectral Acts of Witch-
 craft and Confession at Salem in 1692." Historical Journal
 40 (1997): ?

Crété, Liliane.  Les Sorcières de Salem. Paris: Julliard, 1995.

Cross. Tom Pete.  "Witchcraft in North Carolina."  Studies in Philology
        16 (1919):  217-87.

Danforth, Florence. New England Witchcraft. New York: Pageant,

Davis, Patricia Henry.  "Siding with the Judges: A Psychohistorical
        Analysis of Cotton Mather's Role in the Salem Witch Trials."
        Princeton, NJ: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton
        Theological Seminary, 1992.

Davis, Richard Beale.  "The Devil in Virginia in the 17th Century."  In
         Literature and Society in Early Virginia (1608-1840), edited by
        Name, page#.  Baton Rouge:  n.p., 1973.  Originally published 
        in Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 65 (1957):  131-49.

Demos, John.  Entertaining Satan: Witchcraft and the Culture of
 Early New England. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1982.

__________. "John Godfrey and His Neighbors: Witchcraft and the
 Social Web in Colonial Massachusetts."  William and Mary Quarterly. 23 (1976): 242-65.

__________. "Underlying Themes in the Witchcraft of Seventeenth-Century 
        New England."  American Historical Review 75 (1970): 1311-26.

Drake, Frederick. "Witchcraft in the American Colonies, 1647-1662."
 American Quarterly 20 (1968): 694-725. 

Drake, Samuel Gardner, ed.  Annals of Witchcraft in New England and
 Elsewhere in the United States, From Their First Settlement.
 Boston: W. Elliot Woodward, 1865.

__________."Perspectives on Witchcraft: Rethinking the
 Seventeenth-Century New England Experience." Essex Institute
 Historical Collections 128/4 (1992) and 129/1 (1993). 

__________.  The Witchcraft Delusion in New England: Its Rise,
 Progress, and Termination, as Exhibited by Dr. Cotton Mather
 in "The Wonders of the Invisible World" and by Mr. Robert
 Mather in his "More Wonders of the Invisible World". 3 vols.
 Roxbury, MA: W. Elliot Woodward, 1866.

Ellard, Timothy D.  "Salem Witchcraft, a Socio-Anthropological Study."
        Senior thesis, Harvard College, 1956.

Erikson, Kai.  Wayward Puritans: A Study in the Sociology of
 Deviance. New York: Macmillan, 1966.

        Essex Institute, ed.  Perspectives on Witchcraft: Rethinking 
 the Seventeenth Century New England Experience: A Selection of
 Papers from the Tenth Salem Conference. Salem: Essex Insti-
 tute, 1993.

Ferguson, Helen Myatt. "Nathaniel Hawthorne and Charles Wentworth
        Upham: The Witchcraft Connection." College Park, MD:
 Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Maryland, 1980.

Fowler, Samuel Page, ed.  Salem Witchcraft.  Salem:  H. P. Ives
        and A. A. Smith, 1861.  Reprint.  Bowie, MD:  Heritage Books, 
        1992. Includes Cotton Mather's Wonders of the Invisible World 
        and Robert Calef's More Wonders of the Invisibile World.

Fox, Sanford.  Science and Justice: The Massachusetts Witchcraft
 Trials. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1968.

Friday, Sue. "Witchcraft and Quaker Convincements: Lynn, Massachussetts, 1692." Quaker History 84 (1995): 89-115.

Fuess, Charles M.  "Witches at Andover."  Proceedings of the 
 Massachusetts Historical Society 70 (1953):  14.

Gannon, Frederick Augustus.  A Brief History of Salem Witchcraft,
 as Described by the Guide. Salem: Salem Books, 1963.

Gemmill, William Nelson.  The Salem Witch Trials: A Chapter
 of New England History.  Chicago: A. C. McGlurg, 1924.

Godbeer, Richard.  The Devil's Dominion: Magic and Religion in
 Early New England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

Gottschalk, Jack A.  "Witchcraft and other supernatural forces in 
        American justice."  University of West Los Angeles Law Review 
        24 (1993. 

Gould, Philip. "New England Witch-Hunting and the Politics of
 Reason in the Early Republic." New England Quarterly 68
 (1995): 58-82.

Gragg, Larry A.  A Quest for Security: The Life of Samuel Parris,
 1653-1720.  New York: Greenwood, 1990.

__________.  The Salem Witch Crisis.  New York: Praeger, 1992.

Graves, Thomas E.  Pennsylvania German Hex Signs: A Study in Folk 
 Process University of Pennsylvania, 1984.

Gummere, Amelia M.  Witchcraft and Quakerism:  A Study in Social 
 History. Philadelphia:  n.p., 1908.

Hale, John.  A Modest Enquiry into the nature of witchcraft. Boston:  n.p., 1702.

Hall, David. "Witchcraft and the Limits of Interpretation."
        New England Quarterly 58 (1985): 253-81.

__________.  Worlds of Wonder, Days of Judgment: Popular Religious
        Beliefs in Early New England. New York: Knopf, 1989.

__________, ed.  Witch-Hunting in Seventeenth-Century New England:
 A Documentary History, 1638-1692.  Boston: Northeastern
 University Press, 1991.

Hansen, Chadwick. "Andover Witchcraft and the Causes of the Salem
 Witchcraft Trials."  In Howard Kerr and Charles Crow, eds.
 The Occult in America: New Historical Perspectives. Urbana,
 IL: University of Illinois Press, 1983. 38-57.

__________.  Witchcraft at Salem. New York: Braziller, 1969.

Harley, David. "Explaining Salem: Calvinist Psychology and
 the Diagnosis of Possession." American Historical Review
 101 (1996): 307-30.

Hatch, J. B.  Old Witch Jail and Dungeon. Salem: Newcomb and Gauss, 1955.

Henningson, Gustav.  "The Diffusion of European Magic in Colonial 
 America." In Clashes of Culture: Essays in Honour of Niels 
 Steensgaard, edited by Name, 160-78.  Odense, Denmark:  n.p., 1992.

Herget, Winfried.  Der Salemer Hexenverfolgungen: Perspektiven,
 Kontexte, Repräsentationen. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 1994.

Heyrman, Christine L. "Specters of Subversion, Societies of
 Friends: Dissent and the Devil in Provincial Essex
 County, Massachussetts." In David M. Hall, John M.
 Murrin, and Thad W. Tate, eds. Saints and Revolutionaries:
 Essays on Early American History. New York: Norton, 1984. 38-74.

Hill, Francis.  A Delusion of Satan: The Full Story of the Salem
 Witch Trials. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1996. 

Hoadly, Charles J.  "A Case of Witchcraft in Hartford."  The 
 Connecticut Magazine 5 (1899):  557-61.

Hoffer, Peter Charles. The Devil's Disciples: Makers of the Salem
 Witchcraft Trials. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.

__________.  The Salem Witchcraft Trials: A Legal History.
        Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1997.

__________ and N. E. Hull.  Murdering Mothers:  Infanticide in England
        and New England.  New York:  n.p., 1984.

Honour, H.  The Image of the Black in Western Art.  Vol. 4: From the
        American Revolution to World War I.  Cambridge: n.p., 1989.

Hunter, Ian A.  "The shape of the devil:  the Salem Witch Trials of 
 1692." Law Society Gazette 27 (1993):  59-?.

Jackson, Shirley. The Witchcraft of Salem Village. New York:
 Random House, 1956.

Karlsen, Carol.  The Devil in the Shape of a Woman: Witchcraft in
 Colonial New England.  New York: Norton, 1987.

Keeney, Steven H. "Witchcraft in Colonial Connecticut and Massa-
 chusetts: An Annotated Bibliography." Bulletin of Bibliogra-`
 phy and Magazine Notes 33 (1976): 61-72.

Kences, James. "Some Unexplored Relationships of Essex County
 Witchcraft to the Indian Wars of 1675 and 1689."  Essex
 Institute Historical Collections 120 (1984): 179-212.

Kibbey, Anne. "Mutations of the Supernatural: Witchcraft,

 Remarkable Providences, and the Powers of Puritan Men."
 American Quarterly 34 (1982): 125-48. 

Kittredge, George L.  Witchcraft in Old and New England.  Cambridge,
        Mass.:  n.p., 1929.

Konig, David.  Law and Society in Puritan Massachusetts.  Chapel Hill:
        [University of North Carolina Press], 1980.

Lawson, Deodat.  "Christ's Fidelity the Only Shield against Satan's
        Malignity Asserted in a Sermon ... 1692."  Jahrbuch für
        Amerikastudien 9 (964):  228-70.

LeBeau, Bryan F. The Story of the Salem Witch Trials: "We Walked
        in Clouds and Could not See Our Way".  Upper Saddle River, NJ:
        Prentice-Hall, 1997.

Levack, Brian, ed. Witchcraft in Colonial America.  Vol. 8 of Brian
        Levack, ed. Articles on Witchcraft, Magic, and Demonology: A
        Twelve-Volume Anthology of Scholarly Articles. 12 vols. New
        York: Garland, 1992.

Levermore, C. H.  "Witchcraft in Connecticut."  New Englander 44
        (1885):  792-812.

Levin, David.  "Did the Mathers Disagree About the Salem Witch Trials?"
        Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 95 (1985):  12-37.

__________. "Salem Witchcraft in Recent Fiction and Drama." New
 England Quarterly 28 (1955): 537-46. 

__________, ed. What Happened in Salem?: Documents Pertaining to
 the Seventeenth Century Witchcraft Trials. 2nd ed.  New York:
 Harcourt, Brace, 1960.

Lovejoy, David S.  "Between Hell and Plum Island:  Samuel Sewall and
        the Legacy of the Witches, 1692-1697."  New England Quarterly
        70 (1997):  355-67.

Mappen, Marc.  Witches and Historians: Interpretations of Salem.
 2nd ed. Malabar, FL: Krieger, 1996.

Matter, Cotton.  Wonders of the Invisible World.  Boston:  n.p., 1692.
        New York:  Bell, 1950.  Mount Vernon, N.Y.:  Peter Pauper, 
        1950.  New York:  Dorset, 1991.  ZM133.4.M42w 1950.  Also in 
 The Witchcraft Delusion in New England:  Its Rise, Progress, 
 and Termination, as Exhibited by Dr. Cotton Mather in "The 
 Wonders of the Invisible World" and by Mr. Robert Calef in his 
 "More Wonders of the Invisible World," with a Preface, 
 Introduction, and Notes, edited by Samuel Gardner Drake. 3 
        vols.  Roxbury, Mass.:  W. Elliot Woodward, 1866.  Reprint.  
        New York:  Burt\Franklin, 1970.

Mather, Increase. Cases of conscience concerning evil spirits 
 Personating Men. Boston, 1693.

Matossian, Mary.  "Ergot and the Salem Witchcraft Trials."  In
        Poisons of the Past, edited by Mary Matossian, page#.
        New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1989.

McLeod, Carol.  "Travesties of Justice:  the Salem Witch Trials."  
 Canadian Lawyer 16 (1991-2):  11-?.

McMillan, Timothy J. "Black Magic: Witchcraft, Race, and Resistance
 in Colonial New England." Journal of Black Studies 25 (1994):

McMillen, Persis W.  Currents of Malice: Mary Towne Esty and
 her Family in Salem Witchcraft.  Portsmouth, NH: P. E.
 Randall, 1990.

Middlekauff, Robert.  The Mathers: Three Generations of Puritan
 Intellectuals. New York: Oxford University Press, 1971.

Miller, Perry.  The New England Mind:  From Colony to Province.
        Cambridge, Mass.:  n.p., 1953.

Moore, George H.  "Notes on the Bibliography of Witchcraft in 
        Massachusetts." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 
        N.S. 5 (1888):249-72.

__________.  "Notes on the History of Witchcraft in Massachusetts."
        Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society N.S. 2 (1882): 

Mora, G.  "Early American Historians of Psychiatry, 1910-1960."  In
        Discovering the History of Psychiatry, edited by Mark S. Micale
        and Roy Porter, 53-80.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 

Nevins, Winfield S.  Witchcraft in Salem Village in 1692.  Salem:  
        n.p., 1916.

Orion, Loretta.  Never Again the Burning Times:  Paganism Revived.
        Prospect Heights, Ill.:  n.p., 1995.

Owen, Dennis E. "Spectral Evidence:  The Cosmology of Salem Village in 
        1692." In Essays in the Sociology of Perception, edited by Mary 
 Douglas, 275-301.  London:  n.p., 1982.

Parke, F. N. "Witchcraft in Maryland."  Maryland Historical Magazine 31
        (1936): 271-98.

__________.  "Witchcraft in New York."  New York Historical Society
        Collections Issue (1869):  273-6.

Parris, Samuel. The Sermon Notebook of Samuel Parris, 1689-1694.
 Ed. James Cooper and Kenneth Minkema. Boston: Colonial
 Society of Massachussetts, 1994.

Poole, William F.  Cotton Mather and Witchcraft:  Two Notices of Mr. 
        Upham, His Reply.  Boston:  n.p., 1875.

        "Recantation of Confessors of Witchcraft."  Collections of the 
 Massachusetts Historical Society 2nd ser., 3 (1815):  221-5.

 Records of Salem Witchcraft, Copied from the Original 
 Documents.  Ed. W. E. Woodward.  New York: n.p., 1969.

Reis, Elizabeth.  Damned Women: Sinners and Witches in Puritan
England. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1997.

__________. "The Devil, the Body, and the Feminine Soul in
 Puritan New England." Journal of American History 8 (1995):

__________.  Spellbound: Women and Witchcraft in America. Wilmington, 
        DE: Scholarly Resources, 1998.

Robinson, Enders A.  The Devil Discovered: Salem Witchcraft, 1692.
        New York: Hippocrene, 1991.

Rosenthal, Bernard.  Salem Story: Reading the Witch Trial of 1692.
 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Rumsey, Peter Lockwood.  Acts of God and the People, 1620-1730.
 Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press, 1986.

Sargent, Mark L. "The Witches of Salem, the Angel of Hadley,
 and the Friends of Philadelphia." American Studies 34
 (1993): 105-20.

Sewall, Samuel.  Diary.  N.l.:  n.p., 1927.

Shortt, D. "Physicians and Psychics:  The Anglo-American Medical 
        Response to Spiritualism, 1870- 1890."  Journal of the History 
 of Medicine 39 (1984):  339-55.

Stahlman, William D.  "Astrology in Colonial America:  An Extended 
 Query." William and Mary Quarterly 3rd ser. 13 (1956):  551-63.

Starkey, Marion.  The Devil in Massachusetts: A Modern Enquiry into
 the Salem Witch Trials. New York: Knopf, 1949.

Swan, Marshall. "The Bedevilment of Cape Ann, 1692." Essex
 Institute Historical Collections 117 (1981):153-77.

Taylor, John.  The Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut,
 1647-97. New York: Grafton, 1908.

Trask, Richard.  The Devil Hath Been Raised: A Documentary
 History of the Salem Village Witchcraft Outbreak of 1692.
 West Kennebunkport, ME: Phoenix, 1992.

Upham, Charles.  Salem Witchcraft: With an Account of Salem Village,
 and a History of Opinions on Witchcraft and Kindred Subjects.
 2 vols. Boston: Wiggin and Lunt, 1867.

Weisman, Richard.  Witchcraft, Magic, and Religion in Seventeenth-
        Century Massachusetts. Amherst, MA: University of Massachussetts, 1984.

Werking, Richard. "`Reformation Is Our Only Preservation;' Cotton
 Mather and Salem Witchcraft."  William and Mary Quarterly 29
 (1972): 281-90.

Willard, S.  Some Miscellany Observations on Our Present Debates 
 respecting Witchcrafts.  Philadelphia:  n.p., 1692.

Wilson, Lori Lee.  The Salem Witch Trials: How History is Invented.
        New York: Lerner, 1996.

Woodward, William, ed.  Records of Salem Witchcraft Copied from the
 Original Documents. 2 vols. Roxbury, MA: W. E. Woodward, 1864.

Yool, George Malcolm. The 1692 Witch Hunt: A Laymans Guide to the
        Salem Witchcraft Trials.  Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1992.

Young, Martha M.  "The Salem witch trials 300 years later:  how far has 
        the American legal system come?  How much further does it need 
        to go?" Tulane Law Review 64 (1989):  235-58.
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