Sentinel Library

(1889–1894; semimonthly 1889, monthly 1890–1891, quarterly 1892–1894, with occasional extras; absorbed by the Religious Liberty Library, 1894). A series of pamphlets on the then-current religious liberty issues, devoted, as stated in the pamphlets, to “the defense of American institutions, the preservation of the United States Constitution as it is . . . , and the maintenance of human rights, both civil and religious.” W. N. Glenn was chair of the editorial committee.

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