Hattie Andre

(1865-1952). Missionary, teacher, dean of women. She entered Battle Creek College (1884), but left soon to become a Bible instructor in Ohio. Returning to the college five years later, she was graduated in 1892 and spent the following summer studying hydrotherapy and cooking. In company with seven other Seventh-day Adventist missionaries she sailed from San Francisco to Pitcairn Island (1893) on the second voyage of the ship Pitcairn . She remained on the island while the other missionaries went to various parts of the South Pacific. There she organized and conducted a school, remaining until June 1896, when she returned to America. For one year Miss André worked as a Bible instructor in Kentucky, and then was appointed to the faculty of Oakwood College. In 1899 Ellen G. White invited her...

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

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