What I learned in History
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This year in history, I learned that it was not a good idea to show off your magic tricks in Salem, Massachusetts.
Basically, I'm talking about the Salem Witch Trials. These took place in the 1600s, and they were a series of trials in which people were accused and convicted of witchcraft, which was a serious crime. A group of teenage girls accused different people for unknown reasons. Outside of these accusations, people could often be accused because they seemed "witch-like" by wearing revealing clothing or not going to church that often.
Those who were accused were often given a guilty verdict, and their punishment was to be hanged. Their trials were very one-sided and there was almost no way they could come away with their lives.
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