Conn. teachers learn history of witchcraft trials of 1600s

07/29/2014 | Fairfield Citizen (Conn.)

About 20 teachers recently learned about Connecticut women who were put on trial in the 1600s for witchcraft. The workshop for teachers, sponsored by the Fairfield Museum and History Center, included a tour of historical sites related to the witch trials. "Fear and hysteria still exist today; we're not past that," said Fairfield Ludlowe High School teacher Lauren Marchello, who plans to include what she learned in her civics courses.

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