Pro-Parris/Salem Village

Mean Ratios: 1681-1700

1681-1700 Pro-Village Mean Ratios

Scatter Plot of 1681-1700 Mean Tax Ratios

Comparing the average taxes of the pro-Parris faction with those of Salem Village adds additional evidence for the economic rebound of pro-Parris petitioners after 1695. By 1700, their average tax was once again higher than the average tax of a Salem Villager. Although somewhat lower than in 1681, it was higher than in the year just prior to the outbreak of witchcraft.

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