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Note- I used all the 1692-93 court records to construct the network graphs as well as later documents referring to past events which included about 850 of the 980 records in the book.
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A special thanks to the following people for advice and support throughout this project:
Diane Cline, C. Thomas Long, David Silverman, Richard Stott, William E. Burns, Denver Brunsman, Katrin Schultheiss, Andrea Marshall, and the GW History Department for providing a grant.
A huge thank you and acknowledgement to Emerson W. Baker for advice and donation.
Thanks also to Jay Pawlyk, Randy Reinbold, Peter Mathison, Dana Smith, and the rest of the St. John's Prep faculty where this research interest started, and a special thanks to Charlie Newhall who taught the class that started it all in 2011.
Also thanks to a large number of friends and family, especially Vincent Landers, Andrew Ramos, Lauren Lopaty, Ben Hess, Mikayla Kurland, Bridget Hughes, Vincenzo Cardi, Kevin Hamilton, and the rest of SJP Fencing and GW Fencing.
Finally thanks to the other guides at the Witch House and Elizabeth Peterson.