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370 Years Later, Connecticut Is Exonerating Accused Witches : 1A : NPR

Centuries after they were convicted, Connecticut formally pardons men and women charged with witchcraft (CNN)

Connecticut ‘witches’ exonerated by Senate lawmakers – BBC News

Connecticut exonerates victims of 17th-century witch trials | Connecticut | The Guardian

Connecticut pardons witchcraft charges give in 1600s after executions (usatoday.com)

Activists call for exoneration of Connecticut victims of witch trials (news12.com)

CT was the home of first witch trial (45 years before Salem), activists aim to exonerate victims (CT Insider)

Descendants want a pardon for those hanged as witches in Connecticut

Effort underway to exonerate CT’s accused witches

Connecticut 1600’s Witch Trials and Exoneration – People Hidden In History Podcast

Editorial: Connecticut ‘witches’ of yore should be exonerated

Connecticut Witch Trial Exoneration Project Seeks Justice For Wrongfully Accused

Families Seeking Exoneration of Relatives Convicted of Witchcraft During 1600s

They were hanged as witches in Connecticut. Why 375 years later their descendants want these ancestors cleared

Centuries later, descendant of Wallingford witch trial victim fights for justice