Salem, Massachusetts


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Salem, Massachusetts

locale of frenzied assault on supposed witches (1692). [Am. Hist.: Jameson, 442; Am. Lit.: The Crucible]
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Set in 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, at the height of the witchhunts, the script is a popular choice for academic study and performance because of its unpicking of people's deepest weaknesses and fears.
Newspaper USA Today awarded the city the accolade ahead of spooky locations such as Transylvania, Sleepy Hollow and Salem, Massachusetts.
Iberdrola Engineering and Construction has been awarded a contract, by Footprint Power, to build a 674-MW combined-cycle gas turbine (CCGT) electric generating plant in Salem, Massachusetts.
Our recent groundbreaking settlement in our case against Footprint Power in Salem, Massachusetts, with its first-in-the-nation agreement for a power plant to curb its emissions year over year and commit to a retirement date, is just one example of the kind of leading-edge work that only CLF can do.
If they're a fraud, then we're all frauds, and all religion is a fraud," charged self-proclaimed warlock Christian Day, who owns two witchcraft stores in Salem, Massachusetts.
Synopsis: Struggling to move on with her life after she loses her husband in World War II, Caroline Hunt brings her two daughters back to her childhood home in Salem, Massachusetts.
As if Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts isn't already spooky enough, local author and illustrator, Lisa Graves just gave us another reason to scream.
LaPlante Raffman was born in 1919 in Salem, Massachusetts to Joseph and Olivia Caron LaPlante.
Of a teenager's driving lessons with her grandfather to a mystical trip with a boyfriend to Salem, Massachusetts.
There's information about his parents, wife, and the first appearance of his name as a home owner in the records of Salem, Massachusetts.
Commemorating the Past--Embracing the Future" is the theme for a daylong bicentennial missions celebration to be held February 6, 2012, at Tabernacle Church, Salem, Massachusetts, and Park Street Church, Boston, to honor Adoniram Judson and the seven other missionaries who traveled with him in 1812 from Salem to Burma.
The flag's name, "Old Glory," purportedly came from Captain William Driver, a shipmaster from Salem, Massachusetts.