Two Cane Ridge Revival items, 1852 and 1889

A few days ago I blogged James Trader’s want-list for the archives at Cane Ridge.  Two items on the list are available on Google Books.  I am pleased to learn of them as I do not recall seeing reference to either.  Here are two points in the history of memory of this momentous event.

First, the Magazine of Western History, December 1889 issue has this long article by Isaac Smucker:

Second, Henry Howe, Historical Collections of the Great West in 2 vols.  Vol. 1 notes the exercises; vol. 2 notes Cane Ridge in particular.

From vol. 1, pp. 189-190:

Volume 2, pages 215ff

Pictures of Cane Ridge 1: Selected stained glass windows in the Shrine

Cane Ridge meeting house:

Barton Stone preaching to the crowds at Cane Ridge:

Signing of the Last Will and Testament of the Springfield Presbytery, 1804:

Barton stone and Raccoon John Smith shaking hands, New Year’s Day 1832, Lexington, Kentucky:

Barton Stone printing the Christian messenger in Georgetown Kentucky: