Pacific Press Publishing Association (Nampa, Idaho, US)

A denominationally owned and operated publishing house producing books and magazines in English and other languages, also high-fidelity tapes and compact discs. Headquarters: 1350 North Kings Road, Nampa, Idaho. History. Seventh-day Adventist publishing in the West began in 1874, when James White, who had begun to print the little paper Present Truth in New England 25 years earlier, founded Signs of the Times (not to be confused with a Millerite paper of the same name founded in 1840 in Boston). The early numbers, beginning June 4, 1874, were issued irregularly for several months, and carried the name of James White as editor and founder. These were printed in a second-floor commercial print shop in Oakland, California. Then an appeal was made at a camp meeting held in Yountville, Californ...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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