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You might take a look at Neal Elizabeth Millikan's 2008 University of South Carolina dissertation, "'Willing to be in Fortune's Way': Lotteries in the Eighteenth-Century British North American Empire." It was since published by Routledge as Lotteries in Colonial America, though I haven't seen that version and do not know whether the publisher kept Millikan's very helpful appendices.
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There's the famous Seneca witchcraft case of 1821, where a Seneca man was indicted and tried for killing a member of the tribe accused of witchcraft.