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Witchcraft at Andover

Witchcraft at Andover

by Bailey, Sarah Loring

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9780615700557
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0615700551
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Excerpted from the longer volume Sketches of Andover, this volume details the accusations, tortures, trials and executions of the Andover citizens victimized by the Salem Witch Trials of the 1690s. During the Salem witch trials in 1692, more than 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft and twenty were executed. Over forty Andover citizens, mostly women and their children, were were accused and arrested for witchcraft. More than any other town in New England, including the most confessed witches, and the highest number of children arrested. Three Andover residents, Martha Carrier, Mary Parker, and Samuel Wardwell, were convicted and executed. Five others either pled guilty at arraignment or were convicted at trial: Ann Foster, Mary Lacey Sr., and Abigail Faulkner Sr. (daughter of Andover's minister, Francis Dane) in 1692 and Wardwell's wife Sarah and Rev. Dane's granddaughter, Elizabeth Johnson Jr. in 1693.   Those who were not executed were granted reprieves by… Read more
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Recollections of William Barnes

Recollections of William Barnes

by Barnes, William

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9781477478172
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1477478175
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A combined and indexed edition of "Recollections of Sixty Years in Methuen" and "Recollections of Civil War", historical addressed read before the Methuen Historical Society in 1905.
William Barnes was born on March 15, 1834, in Orford, NH; his family moved to Methuen when he was 11 years old. At 27 years old, Barnes a married man with 4 children, joined the 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery and fought in ten battles in a span of three months during the civil war. He worked in a Methuen hat factory for over thirty years, and as janitor of the new Nevins Memorial Library for eighteen years after that. He wrote these essays shortly after his retirement in 1905. William Barnes died tragically in a fall at the Odd Fellows building, on February 5, 1913. His recollections of Methuen are an integral part of all Methuen historical research.
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Living Alone: a faerie tale of wartime London

Living Alone: a faerie tale of wartime London

by Benson, Stella

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5" x 8" 180 pps. Black & White on Cream paper
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9781470178826
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1470178826
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Sarah Brown lives an uneventful little life of charity committee work in 1918 London. Magic sweeps into her life when a witch invites her, David the Dog and Humphrey the suitcase to move into 'the House of Living Alone.'
The House of Living Alone a rooming house for the magically inclined, introduces Sarah to witches, wizards, faeries, dragons and flying broomsticks.
The story climaxes with a mid air struggle between the little witch and an enemy witch who is intent of bombing London with unpleasant enchantments.
This hard to find fantasy novel is once again available in a charming edition.
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Le Crime De Vouziers
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Le Crime De Vouziers

by Bouchardon, Pierre

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Nice little copy of an obscure and hard to find true crime book. IN FRENCH.
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Secrets of New England Cooking

Secrets of New England Cooking

by Bowles, Ella Shannon and Towle, Dorothy Slemering

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9780615816920
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0615816924
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This book is so good that even someone who knows nothing about cooking can tell from these recipes how the dishes will taste. There are many recipes in it that you won't find in other cookbooks.  Daily Boston Globe, 1947.  A brand new edition, not a PDF reprint. Fully indexed.
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Up and Down the Merrimac: a Vacation Trip

Up and Down the Merrimac: a Vacation Trip

by Boyd, Pliny Steele

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9780615773131
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0615773133
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In August 1878, Rev. Pliny Steele Boyd, then of Amesbury, Mass. and his sons Wendell and Parsons took a month long sojourn up the Merrimac River from Powow River in Amesbury, Mass. to Passaconnaway Island in New Hampshire and back again.. Joined by Mrs. Boyd for the Amesbury leg of the trip, they soon were battling the Merrimac's strong current for a 50 mile journey, through Northern Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire, traveling by canal lock and portage the rapids, even once by dray wagon. A boys own adventure of camping, swimming and fishing in their own backyard.


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Soldier Boy Letters 1862-1865

Soldier Boy Letters 1862-1865

by Bradley, Leverett Jr.

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9789780615684
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9780615687
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Leverett Bradley Jr. served in the First Massachusetts Heavy Artillery for nearly 4 years and was witness to some of the most intense fighting of the Civil War. At 15 years old he had joined his father?s military unit, as did his eleven year old brother Jerry. During this time the he wrote home constantly. For a person so young his letters were wonderfully written gives the impression that he wanted to share his experiences with those he loved.  Slightly wounded on more than one occasion, Leverett, Jr. survived the war and mustered out as a first lieutenant. Turning to the church he found his calling as a minister in the Episcopal Church and died in 1902. In memoriam, his widow, Susan Hinckley Bradley, privately published these letters and some sermons written in his honor in 1905.


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