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Peter Cartwright and the Circuit Riders: A Sustained Revival

[6] Peter Cartwright, The Autobiography of Peter Cartwright; The Backwoods Preacher, ed. W. P. Strickland (n.p: Jawbone Digital, 2014), 1432, Kindle.

[7] Peter Cartwright, Fifty Years as a Presiding Elder, ed. W. S. Hooper (Cincinnati: Jennings and Graham, 1871), 83.

[8] Robert Bray, Peter Cartwright: Legendary Frontier Preacher (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2005), 89.

[9] Cartwright, Autobiography, 2629, Kindle.

[10] All scripture, unless otherwise noted, is from the King James Version.

[11] Cartwright, 50 Years, 243.

[12] F. Gerald Ensley, “American Methodism: An Experiment in Secular Christianity,” in The History of American Methodism in Three Volumes, vol. 3, ed. Emory Stevens Bucke (New York: Abingdon, 1964), 616.

[13] T. M. Eddy, “The Itinerant Path-Finder,” in Fifty Years as a Presiding Elder, ed. W. S. Hooper (Cincinnati: Jennings and Graham, 1871), 259.

[14] Watters, 32.

[15] Ibid., 42-43.

[16] Ibid., 34.

[17] Cartwright, Autobiography, 452, Kindle.

[18] Ibid., 5471, Kindle.

[19] Ensley, 618.

[20] Cartwright, Autobiography, 1875, Kindle.

[21] Ibid., 1911, Kindle.

[22] Ibid., 4945, Kindle.

[23] Ensley, 623.

[24] Cartwright, 50 Years, 79.

[25] Newman, 253.

[26] Cartwright, 50 Years, 94-198.

[27] Jaroslav J. Pelikan, “Methodism’s Contribution to America” in The History of American Methodism in Three Volumes, vol. 3, ed. Emory Stevens Bucke (New York: Abingdon, 1964), 602.

[28] Ensley, 618.

[29] Ibid., 619.

[30] Pelikan, 603.

[31] Ibid.

[32] Cartwright, Autobiography, 6137, Kindle.

[33] Cartwright, 50 Years, 219.

 

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