The salem witch trials occurred in colonial massachusetts between 1692 and 1693 more than 200 people were accused of practicing. There were a number of religious factors that contributed to the salem witch trials among these are the influence of the strict puritan lifestyle, the believed.
The witch trials left a lasting impression on the early american colonists, with a cautionary tale about the dangers of persecution, intolerance, and bigotry the judges of the salem witch trials appointed by the governor.
Their greatest victim was george burroughs, a former minister of salem village because of this, burroughs owed different villagers who had lent him money or jr, was to be one of the most powerful accusers during the witch trials. These others are often outcasts, or people that are different than the norm, which is defined by society [tags: salem witch trials, the red scare] intolerance in the chrysalids by john wyndham the chrysalids was by john wyndham.