Birth of Sarah Good, First of Three Women Accused of Witchcraft in Salem Hot

Birth of Sarah Good, First of Three Women Accused of Witchcraft in Salem

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Sarah Good is born in Salem Village (now Danvers), Massachusetts. She will become one of the first three women accused of witchcraft as part of the Salem Witch Trials in 1692.

Sarah Good will be a homeless beggar who survives on the charity of neighbors. Good's reputation among the Puritans will be terrible, and she ends up being accused of witchcraft because she fails to uphold the Puritan values of self-control and discipline.

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