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  • The Naumkeag

    Like many New World natives, the Naumkeag suffered greatly at the mere presence of the colonists. Small pox and other diseases brought with the newcomers ravaged the native populations. Disease and hostile neighboring tribes eventually sapped all of …

  • Salem, MA

    Salem (short for “Jerusalem”) is 20 miles northeast of [[Boston]], up along the coast. Many of the events of the American witch hunts that took place in the summer of 1692 actually took place in Salem Village, the site of modern Danvers. Salem revels in …

  • The Stone Assembly

    The Stone Assembly was, for nearly 300 years, the ironclad patriarchy of Boston’s awakened society; the city’s founding Consilium.


    Boston’s first cabal of recognized merit was established in 1633 by a handful of mages from Cambridge University …