5 Burst results for "Abigail Wass"

"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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02:05 min | 9 months ago

"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Didn't come alone. William had remarried, so his new wife, Deliverance came home with them. All of this is context. It's stage dressing. If we want to understand who, Abigail Wass. These are stories that we need to hear because they help us see her experience. The one thing they don't explain is why she leaned so hard into these rumors. See these stories of satanic packs and sleeping in the woods What rumors told about her. These were things she said about herself. Abigail Hobbs was a witch. She was proud of it. Thiss is un obscured. I'm Aaron McKie. To take our next steps forward into Salem. We need to travel somewhere else. Mein. Now I know what you're thinking. I'm here for the Salem witch trials, Not the history of Maine. And I can understand. But as I've often repeated context is everything. No historical event takes place inside a vacuum. And if we're ever going to fully understand what happened in Salem, we need to cast a wider net. Believe me, we'll be better off for it. Mayne was founded decades before as a separate colony from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the two regions grew differently as well. Massachusetts expanded fast, allowing cities to form which attracted better off families and people who were less adventurous..

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"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:04 min | 9 months ago

"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"They didn't come alone. William had remarried, so his new wife, Deliverance came home with them. All of this is context. It's stage dressing. If we want to understand who, Abigail Wass. These are stories that we need to hear because they help us see her experience. The one thing they don't explain is why she leans so hard into these rumors. See these stories of satanic packs and sleeping in the woods weren't rumors told about her. These were things she said about herself. Abigail Hobbs was a witch. She was proud of it. Thiss is un obscured. I'm Aaron McKie. To take our next steps forward into Salem. We need to travel somewhere else. Mein. Now I know what you're thinking. I'm here for the Salem witch trials, Not the history of Maine. And I can understand. But as I've often repeated context is everything. No historical event takes place inside a vacuum. And if we're ever going to fully understand what happened in Salem, we need to cast a wider net. Believe me, we'll be better off for it. Mayne was founded decades before as a separate colony from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the two regions grew differently as well. Massachusetts expanded fast, allowing cities to form which attracted better off families and people who were less.

Abigail Wass Salem Abigail Hobbs Massachusetts Bay Colony Aaron McKie Massachusetts Thiss William Mayne Maine
"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:46 min | 10 months ago

"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"There were a lot of rumors about Abigail somewhere small as you might expect. She was rude. She was unseemly. She was irreverent. But there were other more specific rumors. And those were the kinds that spread like fire in dry barn. I whispered that she lay out alone in the woods at night that she was disobedient at home that she openly mocked the traditions of the Puritan faith, even going as far as to use the Lord's name in vain. That she made a pact with the devil. And all of it was true. Abigail's family lived in the village of Topsfield, roughly five miles north of Salem Village. They were part of that larger Salem community in which the same way Beverly and over when him and others were They hadn't always been in Topsfield. As far as I can tell. Abigail was born there, but at the age of 4 10 years before the events of 16 90 to her father, William packed the family up and headed north to Falmouth, Maine. Over the next seven years, though tragedy crashed against her family like ocean waves. A Native American attacks on those northern frontier communities were brutal and deadly. Abigail lost siblings. She lost her mother, and finally her father lost their land, forcing them to return to Topsfield in defeat. They didn't come alone. William had remarried, so his new wife, Deliverance came home with them. All of this is context. It's stage dressing. If we want to understand who, Abigail Wass. These are stories that we need to hear because they help us see her experience. The one thing they don't explain is why she leaned so hard into these rumors. See these stories of satanic packs and sleeping in the woods What rumors told about her. These were things she said about herself. Abigail Hobbs was a witch. She was proud of it. Thiss is un obscured. I'm Erin Maki. To take our next steps forward into Salem. We need to travel somewhere else. Mein. Now I know what you're thinking. I'm here for the Salem witch trials, Not the history of Maine. And I can understand. But as I've often repeated context is everything. No historical event takes place inside a vacuum. And if we're ever going to fully understand what happened in Salem, we need to cast a wider net. Believe me, we'll be better off for it. Mayne was founded decades before as a separate colony from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the two regions grew differently as well. Massachusetts expanded fast, allowing cities to form which attracted better off families and people who were less adventurous. Early settlements in Maine, however, tended to stick to the rocky Coast. They were less city like functioning Maura's outpost to gather materials needed in the more urban communities around Boston..

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"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Didn't come alone. William had remarried, so his new wife, Deliverance came home with them. All of this is context. It's stage dressing. If we want to understand who, Abigail Wass. These are stories that we need to hear because they help us see her experience. The one thing they don't explain is why she leaned so hard into these rumors. See these stories of satanic packs and sleeping in the woods weren't rumors told about her. These were things she said about herself. Abigail Hobbs was a witch. She was proud of it. Thiss is un obscured. I'm Aaron McKie. To take our next steps forward into Salem. We need to travel somewhere else. Mein. Now I know what you're thinking. I'm here for the Salem witch trials, Not the history of Maine. And I can understand. But as I've often repeated context is everything. No historical event takes place inside a vacuum. And if we're ever going to fully understand what happened in Salem, we need to cast a wider net. Believe me, we'll be better off for it. Mayne was founded decades before as a separate colony from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the two regions grew differently as well. Massachusetts expanded fast, allowing cities to form which attracted better off families and people who were.

Abigail Wass Salem Abigail Hobbs Massachusetts Bay Colony Aaron McKie Massachusetts Thiss William Mayne Maine
"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"abigail wass" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Didn't come alone. William had remarried, so his new wife, Deliverance came home with them. All of this is context. It's stage dressing. If we want to understand who, Abigail Wass. These are stories that we need to hear because they help us see her experience. The one thing they don't explain is why she leaned so hard into these rumors. You see these stories of satanic packs and sleeping in the woods what rumors told about her. These were things she said about herself. Abigail Hobbs was a witch. She was proud of it. Thiss is un obscured. I'm Erin Maki. To take our next steps forward into Salem. We need to travel somewhere else. Mein. Now I know what you're thinking. I'm here for the Salem witch trials, not the history of Maine. I can understand. But as I've often repeated context is everything. No historical event takes place inside a vacuum. And if we're ever going to fully understand what happened in Salem, We need to cast a wider net. Believe me, we'll be better off for it. Mayne was founded decades before as a separate colony from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the two regions grew differently as well. Massachusetts expanded fast, allowing cities to form which attracted better off families and people who were less adventurous..

Abigail Wass Salem Abigail Hobbs Massachusetts Bay Colony Erin Maki Massachusetts Thiss William Mayne Maine