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A new, nonfiction book from a Salem descendant. According to Amazon, Diane Foulds breaks participants into groups such as: The Accusers, the Victims, the Clergy…the Elite. Click here for more from Amazon.
Little Brown, the publisher of Kathleen Kent’s two novels on the Carrier family, has posted a two-minute video of our reunion in Salem. You can find it by clicking here. Also, Wolves of Andover is available in an audio book, … Continue reading
If you have a few good photos of the reunion, please post them here (insert in post using the photo button on the form), or email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll post. Here are a couple I took:
The Salem News published a nice article on our gathering Monday, Nov. 8, with a photo taken at our memorial service. Here’s a link. If you have comments about the weekend, or photos, please email or post here directly.
Updated with Saturday afternoon memorial and guided trolley tour Here are the details of the Carrier Family Reunion November 5th and 6th, 2010 in Salem, Mass. Over 250 descendents of Martha Carrier arrive in Salem this weekend for talks, tours, … Continue reading
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A new 30-minute film, available on the Web, beautifully explores the Salem witch hunt. The film features historians Richard Trask (author of “The Devil Hath Been Raised”), Marilynne K. Roach (author of “The Salem Witch Trials: A Day-by-Day Chronicle of … Continue reading
Salem, Mass. – The House of the Seven Gables will welcome Professor Benjamin C. Ray from the University of Virginia to present a talk entitled “A New Look at the Salem Witch Trials: Report on the most Recent Research” on … Continue reading
On Saturday afternoon, Nov. 6, at 1 p.m. we will gather for an informal program at the Salem Witch Trials Memorial, just a short walk from our hotel. Alison D’Amario of the Salem Witch Museum will greet us, describe the … Continue reading