Alexander Mcqueen, Witches, Salem, Salem Witch Trials: Reckoning And Reclaiming

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This US exhibition aims to rehabilitate the witches of Salem | Malay Mail

This US exhibition aims to rehabilitate the witches of Salem | Malay Mail

16/9/2021 11:07:00 PM

This US exhibition aims to rehabilitate the witches of Salem | Malay Mail

SALEM , Sept 16 — More than three centuries after their trial, a dark episode in the history of the United States, the witches of Salem are still being talked about. The Peabody Essex Museum has even decided to dedicate an entire exhibition to them. The programme presents a mix of historical...

channel for the latest updates.SALEM, Sept 16 — More than three centuries after their trial, a dark episode in the history of the United States, the witches of Salem are still being talked about. The Peabody Essex Museum has even decided to dedicate an entire exhibition to them. The programme presents a mix of historical documents and couture outfits by Alexander McQueen.

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“The Salem Witch Trials: Reckoning and Reclaiming” revisits one of the most significant events in American history: the Salem witch trials. Five men and 16 women living in the small Massachusetts town were hanged in 1692, following a series of biased and hasty trials for witchcraft. The victims were not rehabilitated until two and a half centuries later, and a memorial has since been erected in Salem.

This new exhibition offers visitors to the Peabody Essex Museum a look back at the unique circumstances that led to the Salem Witch Trials through a variety of historical documents. The museum, located in the town of Salem, Massachusetts, holds the world’s largest collection of documents related to this episode of history, including more than 500 original documents filed by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Among them are furnishings and personal items that belonged to some of the town’s victims and notables, such as one of Magistrate Jonathan Corwin’s trunks. headtopics.com

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