Ann Putnam

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Ann Putnam, Jr.
... Ann Putnam (October 18, 1679 – 1716), along with Elizabeth "Betty" Parris, Mary Walcott and Abigail Williams, was an important witness at the Salem ... Village, Essex County, Massachusetts, she was the eldest child of Thomas Putnam (1652–1699) and Ann Carr (1661–1699) ... In 1706, Ann Putnam publicly apologized for the part she had played in the witch trials ...
Elizabeth Howe - Trial
... Ann Putnam added her accusations to these by saying she had been hurt three times by Howe ... Ann Putnam said she had hurt her three times ... Ann Putnam had a pin stuck in her hand What do you say to this? I cannot help it ...
The Crucible - Characters (in Order of Appearance)
... Additionally, she attempts to raise the spirits of Ann Putnam's dead children ... Ann Putnam Ann Putnam is the wife of Thomas Putnam ... Ann is accusatory and harsh to many, but also very hurt by the deaths of her babies ...

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    Even American women are not felt to be persons in the same sense as the male immigrants among the Hungarians, Poles, Russian Jews,—not to speak of Italians, Germans, and the masters of all of us—the Irish!
    —Mary Putnam Jacobi (1842–1906)

    ... blameless people are always the most exasperating!
    George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)