Lorenzo Dow

Lorenzo Dow (October 16, 1777 – February 2, 1834) was an eccentric itinerant American preacher, said to have preached to more people than any other preacher of his era. He was an important figure in the Second Great Awakening. He was also a successful writer. His autobiography at one time was the second best-selling book in the United States, exceeded only by the Bible.

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Lorenzo Dow - Selected Works
... The Stranger in Charleston, or the Trial and Confession of Lorenzo Dow (1822) A Short Account of a Long Travel with Beauties of Wesley (1823) History of a Cosmopolite or the Four ... Lorenzo Dow's Journal, concentrated in One, containing his Experience and Travels from Childhood to 1814 (1814 many later editions) this volume also contains "All ...

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