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Jul 5, 2024

[Answer] 5. Who was the woman found not guilty of witchcraft (for a change) in 1674?

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...1. Emily Dickinson 2. Mary Todd Lincoln 3. Mary Bliss Parsons 4. Dolley Madison Her acquittal did not quell people's suspicions of her. Some believe she was tried again for witchcraft in 1679. Finally, she and her husband left Northampton, Massachusetts about 1680. It is important here to add that what has been called the famous Salem Witch Hysteria was later - in 1692.




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Mary Bliss Parsons:


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