"Oh Lord, help me! It is false. I am clear. For my life now lies in your hands...."
--Rebecca Nurse

County of Hampden, Mass. (USDA-NRCS Photo)
County of Hampden, Mass.

17th Century Colonial New England: RootsWeb.com SALEM-WITCH -- Concord, N.H.

Margo Burns, M.A., is the project director and an associate editor of "Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt," a scholarly edition of new transcriptions of the legal records of the trials, which was published in 2009 by the Cambridge University Press. She is a descendant of Rebecca Nurse who was executed during the trials, and owns the 17th Century Colonial New England web site which examines the Essex County, Mass., witch hunt of 1692. Burns also owns and moderates the RootsWeb.com SALEM-WITCH mailing list which is published for trials descendants. There is a digest mode as well as regular mail mode.

Common-place Interactive Journal of Early American Life: Coffeeshop -- Worcester, Mass.

The Common-place Coffeeshop is an archive of the 2000-2006 electronic discussion of the contents of "Common-place." A bit friendlier than a scholarly journal, a bit more scholarly than a popular magazine, Common-place is a common place for exploring and exchanging all sorts of ideas about early American history and culture. And, it's a place to find insightful analysis of early American history as it is discussed not only in scholarly literature but also on the evening news; in museums, big and small; in documentary and dramatic films; and in popular culture. Readers may reply to the articles and participate in an ongoing discussion.

Historum -- History Forums: Historum.com Salem Witch Trials -- Littleton, Mass.

Historum.com Salem Witch Trials is a forum which is focused on the trials of 1692 and 1693. The forum is the place to discuss significant events and influential people of the past. If you haven't done so already, please register for a free account. By registering, you will be able to access additional content and features including the ability to interact with other users.

Classicals & JollyRoger.com LLC: JollyRoger.com Salem Witch Trials Forum Frigate -- Chapel Hill, N.C.

JollyRoger.com Salem Witch Trials is a forum which is focused on the trials of 1692 and 1693. The site was originally launched in 1995 to publish contemporary poetry and prose in the rich context of the classics, and has since evolved into The World's Classical Portal. Today, the site brings classical literature, music and art to life for over 500,000 unique visitors each month, as sailors and scholars from all over the world voyage here to read our branded poetry and prose, conduct research and partake in "The World's Greatest Conversation."

NW Productions: PoliticalForum.com Salem Witch Trials 1692-93 why? -- Louisville, Ky.

PoliticalForum.com Salem Witch Trials 1692-93 why? is a forum which is focused on the trials of 1692 and 1693. The site functions as a public forum to all individuals of all political persuasions that is centered on the discussion of politics in general. All walks of life are welcome to join the discussions in the tradition of vigorous respectful debate. In a world often filled with intense political turmoil and polarization of beliefs, the site attempts to bring opposites together to relate their views and learn from one another.


Amazon.com: Salem Witch Trials Forum -- Seattle
TVTropes.org: Salem Witch Trials -- Rice Lake, Wisc.
Unexplained-Mysteries.com: A Brief History of the Salem Witch Trials -- Pompano Beach, Fla.


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