Salem Witch Hunt
Mr. Vogel and Mrs. Ritter
Students will be able to locate, utilize, and apply
technology from online resources in order to complete a teacher made outline on
the Salem Witch Hunt.
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Salem Witch Hunt - Vogel & Ritter
Salem Witch Trials:
website is organized by a Table of Contents
- The Table of Contents is broken down into the
following categories: The beginning
of the Salem Witch Hunt, The ending of the Salem Witch Hunt, Reasons for
the Hysteria, Participants, Clerical Participants and Commentators,
Presiding Officials, Associate Magistrates, Afflicted, Accused, Killed and
Died in Jail
Salem Witchcraft Trials 1962
website includes the following great resources: A chronology section, Biographies of the
important people in the Salem Witch Trials, A copy of an original Arrest
Warrant, Pictures from the Salem Witch Trials, Examinations and Evidence,
Petitions of the Accused Witches, Death Warrant & List of the Dead,
Complete Witchcraft Papers
website has a list of facts about the Salem Witch Trials
website also includes a map of Salem
during the Salem Witch Trials
website is organized by Introduction to the Salem Witch Trials, Prologue
(opening) , Epilogue (ending) and Ask an Expert
Salem Witch Trials: Documentary Archive and Transcription Project
- The Salem Witch Trials Documentary
Archive and Transcription Project consists of an electronic
collection of primary source materials relating to the Salem witch trials
of 1692 and a new transcription of the court records
websites includes Documents & Transcriptions, Historical Maps, Archival Collections.
1. Dates/time period of the Salem Witch Trials
2. Background info. on Salem at that time
3. How the witch hunts began
4. Tituba- who is she?
5. Abigail Williams and Betty Parris (What behaviors were they
exhibiting when they were
affected by witchcraft)
6. Who were the first people arrested for afflicting Abigail
Williams and Betty Parris?
7. How many people were accused of practicing witchcraft?
8. How many were convicted?
9. How many were hanged?
10. How many died in prison?
11. What did they do with the convicted women who were
12. What types of torture was inflicted upon the accused in
order to make them confess?
13. Did anyone die from the torture?
by P. Ritter and R. Wagner 11/2007 Created for: B. Ritter and M. Vogel