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Beliefs

Evan Haefeli, “Dutch New York and the Salem Witch Trials: Some New Evidence,” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society volume 110 Part 2 (2003): 277-308 and John Murrin, “Coming to Terms with the Salem Witch Trials,” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society volume 110 Part 2 (2003): 309-348. both here

Evan Haefeli, “Toleration and Empire: The Origins of American Religious Pluralism” forthcoming in Stephen Foster, ed. The American Colonies in the British Empire, a supplemental volume of the Oxford History of the British Empire. here

Douglas L. Winiarski, “‘Pale Blewish Lights’ and a Dead Man’s Groan: Tales of the Supernatural from Eighteenth Century Plymouth, Massachusetts,” The William and Mary Quarterly 55:4 (1998): 497-530. here

Ned Landsman, “Roots, Routes, and Rootedness: Diversity, Migration, and Toleration in Mid-Atlantic Pluralism,” Early American Studies 2, no. 2 (2004): 267-309. here