Abria Jackson
Tauraus Josey
Rhe’Mechia Redding
Leroy Jordan
 Tituba was a Caribbean slave from
South America.
 She was sold from the Caribbean to be
a slave for a man named Samuel
...
 Ann Putnam, Betty, and Abigail grew sick.
 Many people believed that the girls’ sickness was
because someone was practi...
 He had recently published a popular book
“Memorable Providences,”
 The book describes a case of supposed witchcraft
tha...
 Mather played a big role in
the Salem trials.
 Just before Mather was
hanged Burroughs turned
to the crowd and perfectl...
 Ann Putnam was the leader of the circle girls
 Her and the girls are the ones who accused
many people of being witches....
 Her parents also began
accusing people of
practicing witchcraft
 Before the search was
over Ann Putnam had
accused 62 p...
 http://school.discoveryeducation.com/school
adventures/salemwitchtrials/people/
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  1. 1. Abria Jackson Tauraus Josey Rhe’Mechia Redding Leroy Jordan
  2. 2.  Tituba was a Caribbean slave from South America.  She was sold from the Caribbean to be a slave for a man named Samuel Parris.  She watched over Mr. Samuel’s 3 children.  She would often tell the children stories about magic and spirits. She also played fortune telling games with them.  Tituba later began to tell the stories to girls in the neighborhood in around a fire in secrecy. The girls she read to were known as the circle girls.
  3. 3.  Ann Putnam, Betty, and Abigail grew sick.  Many people believed that the girls’ sickness was because someone was practicing Witchcraft.  Because Tituba was a social outcast and people heard about the stories she told the girls she was believed to be a witch.  Mr. Parris beat her and told her to confess that she was a witch and he would pay for her freedom.  Tituba confessed and was imprisoned, but because she confessed she did not go on trial. However, Mr. Parris did not keep his promise.  Tituba stayed in prison until the following spring.  She was then sold and taken away from Salem.
  4. 4.  He had recently published a popular book “Memorable Providences,”  The book describes a case of supposed witchcraft that had occurred in Boston the previous year.  After Mather had examed the children, he decide that the children was innocent victims of Glover’s witchcraft.  His sermons and written works fanned the flames of the witchcraft.  He declared that the devil was at work in Salem and that witches should face the hardest punishment
  5. 5.  Mather played a big role in the Salem trials.  Just before Mather was hanged Burroughs turned to the crowd and perfectly recited the lord prayer  Robert Caleb had describe Cotton Mather’s reaction is his account.  In 1693, Mather recounted the trials in his book, “Wonders of the Invisible World.”
  6. 6.  Ann Putnam was the leader of the circle girls  Her and the girls are the ones who accused many people of being witches.  The circle girls would gather at Samuel Parris’ home to hear Tituba tell stories about magic.  Ann Putnam later got sick and was diagnosed as a victim of witchcraft.  Putnam then began making accusations towards Tituba and several other people
  7. 7.  Her parents also began accusing people of practicing witchcraft  Before the search was over Ann Putnam had accused 62 people of practicing witchcraft  In 1706 Ann Putnam wrote an apology and stood before the church as the pastor read it to the congregation.
  8. 8.  http://school.discoveryeducation.com/school adventures/salemwitchtrials/people/
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