Annotation Topics

This page is where I’ll post the topics already claimed for annotation using Hypothes.is.

Until then, you can go to http://hypothes.is/ using the Google Chrome browser and install the Hypothes_is extension.

After you install it (and reload), then you can see some annotations I made in the sidebar that comes up at http://dohistory.org/archive/doc102/102_p1_txt.html

 

Claimed topics:

lkacoyan — 17th century — “Examination of Sarah Cloyse and Elizabeth Proctor.” http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/texts/tei/swp?div_id=n106.
18th century — page 46 of  Samuel Gregory’s book, Man-Midwifery Exposed and Corrected. http://dohistory.org/archive/doc041/041_p46_img.html

 

Shannon K. —

17th Century: Laws regulating the conduct and marriage of servants (March 1642-43)  http://www.virtualjamestown.org/servlaws.html#2

18th Century: Midwifery book, pages 5, 7-8 — http://dohistory.org/archive/doc041/041_p5_img.html

 

Nicole —

17th Century — Bridget Bishop — http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/texts/tei/swp?div_id=n13

18th Century Midwifery book, 9-14 — http://dohistory.org/archive/doc041/041_p9_img.html

 

sball4 —

Warrant for the Arrest of Elizabeth Proctor and Sarah Cloyce (April 4, 1692)

http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/salem/ASAL_WA.HTM

Foster v. North, Supreme Judicial Court, July 1790, Indictment

http://dohistory.org/archive/doc021/021_indictment_txt.html

 

jbattles–

17th Century

York County Deeds, Orders, and Wills Book 12 —  Labors Complaints

http://www.virtualjamestown.org/york%20labor%20complaints/york%20labor%20complaints–book%2012.txt

18th Century

Massachusetts Sentinel – April 14, 1790

http://www.earlyamerica.com/pages-past/massachusetts-sentinel-april-14-1790/

 

bmeeks —

Sarah Good Executed July 19, 1692 ( http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/texts/tei/swp?div_id=n63 ) ; and from the 18th century list: pages 17-20 of the Man-Midwifrey Exposed and Corrected ( http://dohistory.org/archive/doc041/041_p17_img.html ). 

mrebennack — 17th centuryBefore the Birth of One of Her Children by Anne Bradstreet 

http://www.emule.com/poetry/?page=poem&poem=4326

 18th century: Letter from Sewall to his son, in Henry Sewall’s Diary, Sewall, Henry (pages 1-3)

http://dohistory.org/archive/doc086/086_p1_txt.html

Kim M.

17th Century-
John Pory Letter 1619-
http://www.virtualjamestown.org/exist/cocoon/jamestown/fha_one?doc=/db/jamestown/fha/J1033.xml&keyword1=John%20Pory#m1

18th Century-
Midwifery book Page 50.
http://dohistory.org/archive/doc041/041_p50_img.html

bgruendl

17th Century – Candy – http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/texts/tei/swp?div_id=n23

Diary of Samuel Sewall – http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/diaries/sewall_diary.html

 

pbrown —

17th C – http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/texts/tei/swp?div_id=n24        Martha Carrier, Executed August 19, 1692

18th C – http://www.earlyamerica.com/pages-past/boston-gazette-oct-7-1776/           Boston Gazette Oct 7, 1776

jkemp

Runaway servant ad from the Virginia Gazette, Williamsburg, from Friday, September 24 to Friday October 1, 1736. 

http://www2.vcdh.virginia.edu/saxon/servlet/SaxonServlet?source=/xml_docs/slavery/ads/sg36.xml&style=/xml_docs/slavery/ads/display_ad.xsl&ad=v1736091283 

For my second source I would like to use the May 28 – June 2, 1810 entries (one page) from Martha Ballard’s Diary. http://dohistory.org/diary/1810/05/18100528_txt.html

smcgrath —

1. Page 186 of The Perpetual Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
2. Letter to John Richards IV, written during the Salem Witch Trials

lrainfor —

17th century:  The Examination of Mary Easty at http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/salem/ASA_EASX.HTM

18th century: The Death Notice for Martha Ballard http://dohistory.org/archive/doc105/105_p3_img.html

 

Natalie —

The Flesh and The Spirit

http://www.emule.com/poetry/?page=poem&poem=3454

 

Man-Midwifery Exposed and Corrected

http://www.dohistory.org/archive/doc041/ (p. 25-30)

 

adacey —

“A Letter to Her Husband” by Anne Bradstreet — http://www.emule.com/poetry/?page=poem&poem=3570

The perpetual laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts (page 187)

http://dohistory.org/archive/doc024/024_p187_img.html

mrodrig4 —

petitions of convicted witches awaiting execution in Salem at

http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/salem/SAL_E&P.HTM

and the copy of the Pennsylvania Gazette from 2 Jan 1750
http://www.earlyamerica.com/pages-past/ben-franklins-pennsylvania-gazette

cliberty — For my seventeenth century hypothesis source — PETITIONS FOR COMPENSATION AND DECISION CONCERNING COMPENSATION
http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/salem/SAL_PET.HTM
For the eighteenth century — The Perpetual Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachuessettshttp://dohistory.org/archive/doc024/thumbindex.html

koconnell — 17th century: Examination of Elizabeth How http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/texts/tei/swp?div_id=n72#n72.2

18th century: Map of the Siege of Charlestown http://www.earlyamerica.com/earlyamerica/maps/charlestownmap/

 

sdavidson–

http://dohistory.org/archive/doc041/041_p15_img.html

http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/letters/to_richards1.html

 

cdingus —

“For The Colony in Virginea Britannia.”- 1612

http://www.virtualjamestown.org/exist/cocoon/jamestown/laws/J1056

“The Perpetual Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts” – 1789

http://dohistory.org/archive/doc024/024_title_txt.html (Specific pages coming soon)

 

Cgoode —

John Rolfe’s letter explaining his marriage to Pocahontas for my 17th Century source (http://www.virtualjamestown.org/exist/cocoon/jamestown/fha/J1047) and The Female Physician by John Maubray (http://dohistory.org/archive/doc070/070_p173_txt.html) for my 18th Century Source?

 

Caburrows —

Letter with Medical Remedies, Vaughn, Benjamin,  http://dohistory.org/archive/doc102/

Examination of Martha Corey, Salem Withcraft Papers, http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/texts/tei/swp?div_id=n38

 

Mspicer —

17th century 

http://mayflowerhistory.com/letter-winslow-1621

18th C. — http://dohistory.org/diary/1785/03/17850318_txt.htmlhttp://dohistory.org/diary/1785/03/17850330_txt.htmlhttp://dohistory.org/diary/1785/04/17850409_txt.htmlhttp://dohistory.org/diary/1785/04/17850417_txt.html

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