Shedding Light on a Dark Era: Baroque, Cavalier, and Puritan Fashions
Shedding Light on a Dark Era: Baroque, Cavalier, and Puritan Fashions | The Pragmatic Costumer
June 10, 1692: The Salem witch trials: Bridget Bishop is hanged at Gallows Hill near Salem, Massachusetts for "certaine Detestable Arts called Witchcraft & Sorceries." Witch Hill (The Salem Martyr), 1869, oil on canvas, by Thomas Satterwhite Noble, Gift of the Children of Thomas S. Noble and Mary C. Noble, in their memory. NYHS Object Number 1939.251.
[Madame Blavatsky with two Indian (?) men.]
Costume Historian: Portrait of a “puritan” – Dutch Mennonite