Witchcraft Panic in Colonial CT

The Ancient Burying Ground - Hartford's Oldest Historic Site

Witchcraft Panic in Colonial Connecticut
Guided Tours led by Richard Ross III, Author of “Before Salem.
Saturday, October 21, 11am & 2pm and October 28, 11am

Tickets: $15 for ABGA Members; $25 for admission (includes an ABGA membership)  

Justice Meets Myth & Magic
Guided Tours led by Christine Jewell, Educator & ABGA Coordinator
Sundays, October 22 and 29
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11am & 1pm
Tickets: Free for ABGA members; $10 for admission.

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Richard S. Ross III is the author of Before Salem Witch Hunting in the CT River Valley, 1647-1663 and contributed his scholarship for the ABG brochure, Connecticut Colony Seventeeth-Century Witch Panic, which will be available at the tour. Dr. Ross holds a PhD in European history and is professor emeritus and former College Librarian from Trinity College. His research interests include European demonology and witchcraft in England and colonial America. Other scholarly interests include 19th and 20th century medical and administrative German history. He lives in East Windsor, Connecticut.