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History: Witchcraft

Resources for research in history.

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Oboler Library Databases

The databases listed below contain primary sources pertaining to the subject of witchcraft and are available for use to current ISU students, faculty, and staff through the Eli M. Oboler Library. 

Early English Books Online

Eighteenth Century Collections Online 

Eighteenth Century Journals

Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Religion, Reform, and Society

Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Burney Newspapers Collection

Witchcraft in Europe and America 

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