Salem: Cornerstones of a Historic City

Salem: Cornerstones of a Historic City

by Joseph Flibbert, Jim McAllister, David Goss
     
 

"Salem Cortnerstones is an all-in-one history, photo album, and guidebook to one of America's great centers of history and culture. This indispensable guide to historic Salem includes chapters on: maritime trade, the witchcraft trials, exceptional architecture, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. Five leading historians explain it all, including the story of Salem since

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"Salem Cortnerstones is an all-in-one history, photo album, and guidebook to one of America's great centers of history and culture. This indispensable guide to historic Salem includes chapters on: maritime trade, the witchcraft trials, exceptional architecture, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. Five leading historians explain it all, including the story of Salem since Hawthorne's death, with over seventy illustrations and six maps."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781889833088
Publisher:
Commonwealth Editions
Publication date:
07/28/1999
Pages:
138
Product dimensions:
10.78(w) x 8.76(h) x 0.72(d)

Meet the Author

Joseph Flibbert is an English professor at Salem State College. The author of a book on Herman Melville, he has lectured locally and internationally and has published extensively on Hawthorne, Melville, American sea literature, and other topics. He is a former president of the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society, a national organization devoted to the study of Hawthorne.

K. David Goss is the excutive director of the Beverly Historical Society and former museum director of the House of the Seven Gables, where he was instrumental in the revitalization of Pioneer Village in South Salem. He is the author of Salem: Maritime Salem in the Age of Sail (1987) and coauthor of Treasures of a Seaport Town (1998).

Bryant F. Tolles, Jr., is a director of the museum studies program and associate prfessor of history and art history at the University of Delaware. From 1974 to 1984 he was executive director of the Essex Institute in Salem, now part of the Peabody Essex Museum. He is the author of Architecture in Salem (1983).

Richard B. Trask is the town archivist of Danvers, Massachusetts (formerly known as Salem Village). He is the author of several works on the witchcraft trials, including The Devil Hath Been Raised: A Documentary History of the Salem Village Witchcraft Outbreak of March 1692 (1997). He is also an internationally recognized authority on the asassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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