Tituba

Ca ption : "Tituba Teaching the First Act of Witchcraft."

Description: Shows Tituba in the household of the Rev. Samuel Parris with Betty Parris, Abigail Williams, and other children looking on.

Source: Witchcraft Illustrated, by Henrietta D. Kimball, Geo. A. Kimball, Publisher, Boston, 1892. Artist unknown
Caption: "I am Tituba the Witch."

Description: Scene in Longfellow's play "Giles Corey of Salem Farms" showing Rev. Cotton Mather encountering Tituba in the woods, as Mather travels to Salem Village to investigate the witchcraft accusations.

Source: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "Giles Corey of Salem Farms," in The Poetical Works of Longfellow. Houghton Mifflin Boston, 1902. Artist John W. Ehninger, 1880, p. 723.
Caption: "Look into this Glass."

Description: Scene showing Tituba holding up a mirror for Mary Warren and commanding her to gaze into it. When she does she sees Tituba's father, said to be an "Obi man" in San Salvador, who practices harmful witchcraft upon people by melting a wax figure representing the person. Tituba tells Mary "That is the way someone is wasting and consuming you.".

Source: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "Giles Corey of Salem Farms," in The Poetical Works of Longfellow. Houghton Mifflin Boston, 1902. Artist John W. Ehninger, 1880, p. 727.

Caption: "Tituba and the Children."

Description: Scene showing Tituba performing acts of sorcery acts for Betty Parris, Abigrail Williams, and other children in the kitchen of the Rev. Samuel Parris household.

Source: A Popular History of the United States. Vol. 2. By William Cullen Bryant, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1878, p. 457. Artist A. Fredericks
Caption: "Tituba, the accused witch, telling the children of Salem Village mysterious tales of the Devil."

Description: This postcard shows one of the dioramas in the Salem Witch Museum. It depicts the scene of Betty Parris and Betty Williams in the kitchen of the Rev. Samuel Parris house, listening to Tituba.

Source: Postcard -- Salem Witch Museum. © Salem witch Museum (1999)
Caption: "Tituba, the Witch! Tituba, accused of witchcraft, waits outside while the afflicted girls make their accusations."

Description: Wax figures in a diorama titled "Tituba, the Witch!" at the Salem Wax Museum of Witches and Seafarers, Salem

Source: Photo by Benjamin Ray, 2001.
Description: Diorama in which Tituba is on trial at The Witch History Museum, Salem. Tituba is shown holding a wax doll, or "poppet," that Puritans believed was used to cause harm to the person represented by the image.

Source: Photograph by Benjamin Ray, 2001
Description: Diorama in The Witch History Museum, Salem. Tituba is shown with her husband, John Indian, Betty Parris, and Abigail Williams in the kitchen of the Rev. Samuel Parris household.

Source: Photograph by Benjamin Ray, 2001