Booth, Sally Smith, The Witches of Early America (1975).
Boyer, Paul and Nissenbaum, Stephen, eds., Salem-Village Witchcraft: A Documentary Record of Local Conflict in Colonial New England (1972).
Boyer, Paul and Nissenbaum, Stephen, eds, The Salem Witchcraft Papers (three volumes)(1976).
Breslaw, Elaine, Tituba, Reluctant Witch of Salem
Burr, George Lincoln, Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, 1648 -1706. Notable Trials Library (1992).
Coventry, William W., Demonic Possession on Trial: Cases Studies from Modern England and Colonial America, 1593-1692 (2003).
Drake, Samuel G., Annals of Witchcraft in New England (1967).
Hale, John, A Modest Enquiry Into the Nature of Witchcraft (1702).
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Hoffer, Peter Charles, The Salem Witchcraft Cases: A Legal History. Univ. Press of Kansas (1997)
Kittredge, George, Witchcraft in Old and New England (1929).
LeBeau, Bryan, The Story of the Salem Witch Trials (1997).
Mather, Cotton, Memorable Providences Relating to Witchcraft and Possessions (1689).
Mather, Cotton, The Wonders of the Invisible World (1693).
Reis, Elizabeth, Damned Women: Sinners and Witches in Puritan New England (1997).
Reis, Elizabeth, Spellbound: Women and Witchcraft in America (anthology)(1998).
Silverman, Kenneth, The Life and Times of Cotton Mather (1970).
Upham, Charles W., Salem Witchcraft, With an Account of Salem Village and a History of Opinions on Witchcraft and Kindred SubjectsVolumes I-II. Frederick Ungar Publishing Company, New York (1978)(originally published in 1867).
Weisman, Richard, Witchcraft, Magic, and Religion in 17th Century Massachusetts. University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst (1984).
Langbein, John, "The Criminal Trial Before Lawyers," Univ. of Chicago Law Review (1978).
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Discovery Channel, "The Salem Witchcraft Trials" (50 minutes)
New World Video, "The Witches of Salem: The Horror and the Hope" (35 minutes)(1972).
History Channel, "Salem Witchcraft Trials" (50 minutes)(1998).
PBS Home Video, "Three Sovereigns for Sarah" (180 minutes)(1986).
American Fanatacism: This site contains Mary Easty's petition to the court asking them it please not shed any more innocent blood. The site also contains background historical information on the trials.
The Salem Witchcraft Site: This site, by Professor Richard Latner of Tulane University, examines certain quantitative aspects of the outbreak of witchcraft accusations in Salem.
Salem Witch Museum: This site answers some commonly asked questions about the trials and witchcraft in the seventeenth century.
National Geographic: An interactive trip through the hysteria that caused the witch hunt in Salem, offered from the perspective of one of the accused.
Carey Document: Although over 500 of the original legal documents from the trials still exist, one particular death warrant, known as the Carey Document, has been exposed as a fake. Information on the discovery of the document with pictures.