Rebecca Nurse

Caption: "The sheriff brought the witch up the broad aisle, her chains clanking as she stepped."
Description: This drawing illustrates a scene in John Musick's book The Witch of Salem in which Rebecca Nurse is brought in chains to the meeting house where the Rev. Nicholas Noyes pronounces her excommunication before the congregation.
Source: The Witch of Salem or Credulity Run Mad. By John R. Musick. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1893: 275. Artist: F. A. Carter.
Caption: "Trial of Rebecca Nurse"
Description: Diorama depicting the trial of Rebecca Nurse, shown seated in the dock at the right, the magistrates in the center, and the "afflicted" girls at the left.
Source: 35mm slide © Salem Witch Museum, 1999.
Caption: "The Towne Sisters"
Description: Plaster statue depicting Rebecca Towne Nurse, Mary Towne Esty, and Sarah Towne Cloyse, wearing shackles. The statue is located in the Salem Wax Museum of Witches and Seafarers, Salem. Artist: Yiannis Stefinarkis, ca. 1970.
Source: Photograph by Benjamin C. Ray, 2001.
Description: Photograph of Vanessa Redgrave (center), as Sarah Cloyce; Phyllis Thaxter (right), as Rebecca Nurse; and Kim Hunter (left), as Mary Easty.
Source: Video Cassette cover. Three sovereigns for Sarah. Videorecording. Night Owl Productions. Producer, writer, Victor Pisano. Director, Philip Leacock. Publication info: Alexandria, VA : PBS Video, [1990].
Description: Rebecca Nurse Homestead, Danvers, Massachusetts.
Source: Photograph by Benjamin C. Ray, 2001.
Description: Rebecca Nurse Memorial, erected 1885. Located in the Rebecca Nurse Homestead cemetery, Danvers, Massachusetts. The inscription on the monument reads: Rebecca Nurse, Yarmouth, England 1621. Salem, Mass., 1692. "O Christian Martyr/who for Truth could die/When all about thee/owned the hideous lie!/The world redeemed/from Superstition's sway/Is breathing freer for thy sake today." From the poem "Christian Martyr," by John Greenleaf Whittier.
Source: Photograph by Benjamin C.. Ray, 2001
Description: Nurse Family Association, dedication of the Rebecca Nurse Memorial, erected July, 1885. The tall granite memorial is located in the cemetery of Rebecca Nurse Homestead, Danvers, Massachusetts
Source: Photograph, courtesy of the Danvers Archive Collection.