Though technically not Halloween, this "Eclectic Primary History of The United States" published in 1884 covers (if very briefly) the Salem Witch Trials.
I thought the engraving warranted a closer look.
It's signed "Farny". That would be Henry François Farny, a French artist better known for his period paintings of Native Americans.
H. F. Farny (right) sitting with portrait artist Frank Deveneck. Image courtesy wikiwand.com
There's another signature on the lower left of the engraving.
It appears to say "R.M.S Sc". Apparently, "Sc" is short for "sculpsit" which is Latin for "He carved it", so R.M.S. was the engraver of the piece which was done from an illustration by Farny. I didn't have any luck identifying R.M.S. There was a Robert Scot who was an 19th century engraver, but he died 6 years before H.F. Farny was born, so it wouldn't be possible for him to have engraved Farny's work unless...WITCHES!!!!