Awakenings in North America


1679 Solomon Stoddard’s “harvests” of 1679, 1683,and 1696 at Northampton, Massachusetts

1705 Taunton, MA

1712 & 1718 Solomon Stoddard’s “harvests” at Northampton, MA

Early 1720s Windham, Connecticut

1729 Solomon Stoddard dies (born 1643)

1734 Jonathan Edwards in Northampton, MA

Mid 1740s Indian Awakenings under David Brainerd

1758 Jonathan Edwards dies (born 1703)

1763–1764 General Awakenings throughout New England

1767 Norfolk, CT

1770 George Whitefield dies (born 1714)

1776 Killingly, CT

1781 Lebanon, CT

1784 New Britain, CT

1790–1810 General Awakenings throughout New England

1792 Lyme & East Haddam, CT

1792–1793 Lee, MA

1795 Farmington New Hartford, & Milford, CT

1800 & 1805 Lee, MA

1800s-1815 Collegiate Awakenings Dartmouth, Bennington, etc.

1802, 1808, 1813, 1815 Awakenings at New Haven, CT (Yale)

1810 American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions founded

1817 Timothy Dwight dies (born 1752)

1844 Asahel Nettleton dies (born 7783)

1857 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

1858 Nathaniel Taylor dies (born 1786)

1863 Lyman Beecher dies (born 1775)


1720s–1730s Theodore Frelinghuysen Raritan, New Jersey

1725–1740 Johann Conrad Beissel and German Awakenings at Ephrata, Pennsylvania

1736–1740s New Jersey Awakening under the Tennents

1739 Whitefield first preaches in Philadelphia

1748 Theodore Frelinghuysen dies (Born, 1691)

1764 Gilbert Tennent dies (born 1703)

1790–1810s Methodist awakenings in North, South, & West

1816 Francis Asbury dies (born 1745)

1810–1840s The “Burned-over district” of upper New York State

1825–1827 Finney in Oneida Co. New York

Later 1820s–Mid 1830s Finney’s Awakenings in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Ohio, etc.

1830–1831 Finney’s great Rochester Revival

1831–Mid 1840s General Northeast ...

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