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Transcript of Elizabeth Proctor
she was a noble woman
her determination Childhood Date of birth: 1652
Family Elizabeth and John Proctor 2. Accusation of
her servant What saved her from being executed? How and why did she survive? 1.Her grand-
mother Why was Elizabeth accused
of witchcraft? What happened to John? Her survival and the aftermath of the trial
Her second marriage Trial Outcome Sources http://period4-4.wikispaces.com/Elizabeth+proctor http://plays.about.com/od/plays/a/eproctor.htmhttp://thewitchhunt.tripod.com/elizabeth.htmhttp://www.houstonlibrary.org/salem-witchcraft-in-1692-a-bibliographyhttp://prezi.com/bsltvudjjhay/edit/http://chappellamericanliterature.wikispaces.com/Elizabeth+Proctorhttp://www.salemwitchtrials.com/elizabeth-proctor.htmhttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~carrier/biographies.html#eproctorhttp://jessicapomerleau.edublogs.org/2011/02/10/elizabeth-proctor-fiction-of-the-crucible-vs-historical-facts/http://www.studymode.com/essays/Character-Traits-Elizabeth-Proctor-44169.html
http://womenshistory.about.com/od/witchesamerica/ss/Salem-Witch-Trials-Timeline_14.htm Thank You! By Helene Chesnais Historical context : The Witch Trials What was happening
in Salem during 1692? Elizabeth Proctor's warrent for arrest on April 8th, 1692 Differences between the play
and Elizabeth Proctor's real life The affair between John Proctor and Abigail Williams Elizabeth and John Proctor in a
representation of the play "The Crucible"