Datura stramonium

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Da·tu·ra stra·mo·'ni·um

a species that is the main source of stramonium.

Datura stramonium,

n See jimsonweed.
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The hustle of activity in Salem Town associated with the trials is described in Norton, Devil's Snare, 194-204.
For Andover, see Hansen, "Andover Witchcraft and the Causes of the Salem Witchcraft Trials," 38 57; Sarah Loring Bailey, Historical Sketches of Andover, Comprising the Present Towns of North Andover and Andover (1880; North Andover, 1990); Norton, Devil's Snare, 232-65; and Starkey, Devil in Massachusetts, 177-87.
See Richard Weisman, Witchcraft, Magic, and Religion in 17th-Century Massachusetts (Amherst, 1984), 143; Norton, Devil's Snare, 8; Gragg, The Salem Witch Crisis, 142.
Lincoln (New York, 1913), 243-47; Norton, Devil's Snare.
Does this mean that In the Devil's Snare has nothing to do with gender?
In the Devil's Snare captures historical process--the day-to-dayness of events as they unfolded--far better than any other account of the trials.