Salem Witch Trials - 1692 : Mary Beth Norton
Mary Beth Norton
Mary Beth Norton is Mary Donlon Alger
Professor of American History at Cornell University. She is the author
of "The British-Americans: The Loyalist Exiles in England, 1774—1789"
(1972); "Liberty’s Daughters: The Revolutionary Experience of
American Women, 1750—1800" (1980); "Founding Mothers &
Fathers: Gendered Power and the Forming of American Society"
(1996), which was a Pulitzer Prize finalist; and (with five others)
"A People and a Nation" (6th ed., 2001). She has also edited
several works on women’s history and served as the general editor of
"The AHA Guide to Historical Literature" (3rd ed., 1995).
- (c) 2003 Mary Beth Norton, used with the permission of Vintage Books, a division of the Knopf Group, Random House,
Inc., New York.
SALEM WITCH TRIALS - 1692 | FRONTIER WARS 1675 TO 1759 |
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