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1 Kim Wotherspoon March 6, 2008 HST 390 Research paper outline Red Devils: The Role of Native Americans in the Witchcraft Crises of New England I. Introduction A. Topic: The role/relationships between Native Americans and Puritans, and how this effected witchcraft trials in New England B. Argument: Puritans viewed Native Americans as a malevolent force that participated in witchcraft and were servants of Satan C. Approach: Explore the perceptions that the Indians and Puritans felt about each other Explore the patterns of Indian war and outbreaks of witchcraft accusations to see the effect they have on each other Explore the impact that Indian wars had on the Salem Witchcraft trials specifically II. Perceptions Held Between Indians and Puritans About Each Other A. Beliefs that Puritans Held About Indians Where did the Puritans beliefs come from? How did they propagate their beliefs? B. Beliefs that Indians Held About Puritans How did the Indians view the Puritans? C. Relationships Between Indians and Puritans Outside War
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