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Special thanks to: Candice Dawes of the Rebecca Nurse Homestead; Elizabeth Peterson of the Witch House; Everett Philbrook of The House of the Seven Gables; Libby Potter of the Samuel Holten House; Marilynne Roach; Richard Trask of the Danvers Archival Center