248 pages, 6" x 9"
From the back cover:Find out more about the book on Cheryl's website, goodycole.com. Cheryl is also the author of
"It must be so, it shall be so, do what you will." So muttered Goodwife Unise Cole to her neighbor Abraham Drake as he pondered his mysteriously deceased livestock. The deaths were blamed on her familiarity with the Devil, one of many similiar accusations lodged against her- she bewitched crops; shape-shifted into a dog, a cat, an eagle; had conversations with the Devil; enticed young children; and moved at supernatural speed. Worse, she was blamed for the deaths of a man as he lay helpless in his bed and a child who had been diabolically transformed into an 'ape.' Unise Cole's childlessness, low social status, and tempestuous spirit marked her for persecution as a witch in the puritan town of Hampton, where she endured three decades of accusations, whippings, court trials, and imprisonment, all in an attempt to banish her from the town.
A Page Out of History: A Hampton Woman in the Needletrades 1859-1869,
A Meet and Suitable Person: Tavernkeeping in Old Hampton, New Hampshire, 1638-1783,
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