300+ years later, the terrifying events of 1692-93 that became known as the Salem Witch trials still haunts American history…

Learn more about this violent injustice at The New York Historical Society’s exhibit The Salem Witch Trials: Reckoning & Reclaiming.

Contemporary 17th Century accounts of the trials as well as personal items act as a guide to 21st Century viewers’ comprehension of events that led to the deaths of 25 innocent people, the vast majority of whom were women. 

And, here at The New York Law Institute, some primary and secondary sources of the Salem witch trials are available to members..

For primary sources… try LLMC…

For contemporary and scholarly viewpoints on the trials….. there’s our eBook collection …

Just 3 from our $15M eBook collection!

For Federal legislative materials — there’s NYLI access to ProQuest Congressional….

Hearings on Tourism – including Salem Witch Trials as an attraction – discussed — available via ProQuest Congressional

And let’s not forget good old reliable print !

This Autumn… make a plan to visit The New York Historical Society and learn more about the infamous Salem Witch trials….

…. And for expert research assistance & access to extensive print, eBooks, ProQuest Congressional, & LLMC ..

Consider joining The NY Law Institute today!!