George Tenney

(1847-1921). Minister and editor. According to his obituary in the Review and Herald (98:29, Dec. 22, 1921), he was college educated and was ordained to the ministry in the late 1870s. After this he worked in Wisconsin, his home state, and later in North Dakota and Minnesota. In 1887 he went to Australia, where he edited the Bible Echo and served as the first president of the Australian Conference (1888-1892). In 1893 he returned to the United States and joined the staff of the Battle Creek Sanitarium as teacher, chaplain, and editor of the Medical Missionary Magazine. With the exception of five years spent in evangelistic work in Australia (ending about 1903), he continued his association with the sanitarium until his death. From 1895 to 1897 he was coeditor of the Review and Herald with ...

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

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