Details
Image number
EVB2937309
Title
Rev. Samuel Parris, was the most notorious villain in Salem Witch Trials of 1692. An Illustration shows him shortly before his fall, interrogating a prisoner, Charles Stevens, he was conspiring to frame for murder. c. 1692
Medium
black and white photograph
Description
Rev. Samuel Parris, was the most notorious villain in Salem Witch Trials of 1692. An Illustration shows him shortly before his fall, interrogating a prisoner, Charles Stevens, he was conspiring to frame for murder. Ca. 1692
Photo credit
Everett Collection / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
superstition / puritans / massachusetts colony / witch trials / guards / witchcraft / historical / prison / victims / ministers / 17th century / colonial / american / 1690s / history / religion / salem / samuel / parris / Photograph / Photography / Mzphoto
Availability
Dimension [pixels] Dimension in 300dpi [mm] File size [MB]
Large 1694 × 2550 px 143 × 216 mm 0.6 MB
Medium 681 × 1024 px 58 × 87 mm 0.6 MB
Small 399 × 600 px 34 × 51 mm 0.3 MB
Copyright
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JAPANESE RIGHTS NOT AVAILABLE

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