Tuesday, May 16
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Even after 300 years, Salem’s witch trials remain a defining example of intolerance and injustice in American history. The presentation includes tangible fragments from the past that illuminate the real lives of Salem’s residents: those accused of witchcraft, their accusers, and those who defended them against legal charges, risking their own lives and reputations in the process.
Presented by: New York Historical Society and Greenburgh Public Library, Dobbs Ferry Public Library, Harrison Public Library, Putnam Valley Library, Somers Library, Yonkers Public Library, & Warner Library