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  1. 1. Information Regarding Formal Education of James White, J. N. Andrews, Joseph Bates, Uriah Smith, S. N. Haskell and J. N. Loughborough (18-D)

    Information Regarding Formal Education of James White, J. N. Andrews, Joseph Bates, Uriah Smith, S. N. Haskell and J. N. Loughborough (18-D) ...
    10. April 1968
  2. 2. James E. White

    (1849-1928). Second son of James and Ellen White. At the age of 15 Edson was employed at the Review and Herald office, of which his father was founder and president. ...
  3. 3. James White

    (1821-1881). Co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He was born in Palmyra, Maine, Aug. 4, 1821, in a family of pioneer New England stock. ...
  4. 4. Ellen G. White at Oakwood School, Huntsville, Alabama, June 1904

    Ellen G. White at Oakwood School, Huntsville, Alabama, June 1904 ... Front row beginning at right: (1) Eld. N. W. Allee, (2) Prof. J. E. Tenney, (3) Eld. Smith Sharp, (4) Eld. W. C. White, (5) Mrs. E. G. White, (6) Eld. J. E. WhiteSecond row: (7) John Macmillan, (8) A. F. Harrison, (9) Eld. R. M. Kilgore, (10) Eld. S. B. Horton, (11) Eld. W. F. McNeely
    June 1904
  5. 5. Ellen G. White at the Hornellsville, New York, camp meeting, September 1880

    Ellen G. White at the Hornellsville, New York, camp meeting, September 1880 ... Front row: (4) Mrs. W. C. White, (5) Ellen G. White; Backrow: (1) J. Q. Foy, (2) Blies, (4) E. W. Whitney, (6) Wilcox, (7) Goodrich, (8) W. C. White, (11) James White, (12) C. B. Reynolds, (14) S. B. Whitney ...
    September 1880
  6. 6. Ellen G. White at the Swiss Conference meeting, Basel, Switzerland, September 1885

    Ellen G. White at the Swiss Conference meeting, Basel, Switzerland, September 1885 ... 1. M. C. Wilcox; 2. S. H. Lane; 3. R. F. Andrews; 4. J. Curdy; 5. Emile Dietschy; 6. Charles ... Vuilleumier; 11. R. H. Coggshall; 12. J. E . Dietschy; 13. Ella May White (later Mrs. D. E. Robinson); 14. W. ... Erzberger; 27. Sara McEnterfe r ; 28. Mrs. W. C. White; 29. Mrs. Edward Andrews (mother of J. N. Andrews); ...
    September 1885
  7. 7. Ellen G. White addressing the 1901 General Conference Session, Battle Creek, Michigan, April 12, 1901

    Ellen G. White addressing the 1901 General Conference Session, Battle Creek, Michigan, April 12, 1901 ... Notes by W. H. Williams: J. N. Loughborough; Dr. David Paulson; S. N. Haskell; W. C. White; S. H.Lane; O. A. Olsen; Mrs. E. G. White; G. A. Irwin; P. T. Magan; B. F. Staremann; L. A. Hoopes; H. E. Rogers; (J. E. White near piano on stairs) (Meeting in which Mrs. White discusses the Relief of the ...
    12. April 1901
  8. 8. Ellen G. White addressing the 1901 General Conference Session, Battle Creek, Michigan, April 12, 1901

    Ellen G. White addressing the 1901 General Conference Session, Battle Creek, Michigan, April 12, 1901 ... Notes by W. H. Williams: J. N. Loughborough; Dr. David Paulson; S. N. Haskell; W. C. White; S. H.Lane; O. A. Olsen; Mrs. E. G. White; G. A. Irwin; P. T. Magan; B. F. Staremann; L. A. Hoopes; H. E. Rogers; (J. E. White near piano on stairs) (Meeting in which Mrs. White discusses the Relief of the ...
    12. April 1901
  9. 9. E. G. White aadressing 1901 GC Session, Battle Creek, Michigan | Notes by W. H....

    E. G. White aadressing 1901 GC Session, Battle Creek, Michigan | Notes by W. H.... ... E. G. White aadressing 1901 GC Session, Battle Creek, Michigan | Notes by W. H. ... ... E. G. White aadressing 1901 GC Session, Battle Creek, Michigan | Notes by W. H. Williams: J. N. LoughboroughDr. David PawlsonS. N. HaskellW. C. WhiteE. B. Lane, S. H.O. A. OlsenMrs. E. G. WhiteG. A. IrwinP. T. MaganB. F. StaremannL. A. HoopesH. E. Rogers(J. E. White near ...
    1901
  10. 10. EGW at Swiss Conference meeting, 1885 | The Swiss Conference meeting of 1885 hel...

    C. Wilcox; 2. S. H. Lane; 3. R. F. Andrews; 4. J. Curdy; 5. Emile Dietschy; 6. Charles Vuilleumier; ... Vuilleumier; 11. R. H. Coggshall; 12. J. E . Dietschy; 13. Ella May White (later Mrs. D. E. Robinson); 14. W. ... Sara McEnterfer ; 28. Mrs. W. C. White; 29. Mrs. Edward Andrews (mother of J. N. Andrews); 30. Mrs. J. ...
    1885
  11. 11. EGW at Swiss Conference meeting, 1885 | The Swiss Conference meeting of 1885 hel...

    C. Wilcox; 2. S. H. Lane; 3. R. F. Andrews; 4. J. Curdy; 5. Emile Dietschy; 6. Charles Vuilleumier; ... Vuilleumier; 11. R. H. Coggshall; 12. J. E . Dietschy; 13. Ella May White (later Mrs. D. E. Robinson); 14. W. ... Sara McEnterfe r ; 28. Mrs. W. C. White; 29. Mrs. Edward Andrews (mother of J. N. Andrews); 30. Mrs. J. ...
    1885
  12. 12. Good Health / Health Reformer

    devoted to health education. It was lost to the denomination with the separation of Dr. J. H. Kellogg from the church. It was last listed in the Yearbook in 1906. Editors: H. S. Lay, 1866–1868; editorial committee, 1868–1871; James White, 1871–1874; J. H. Kellogg, 1874–1906. ...
  13. 13. The Organization of the Publishing Work

    adopted. Officers for the association were chosen as follows: President, James White Vice President, G. W. Amadon Secretary, E. S. Walker Treasurer, Uriah Smith Auditor, J. N. Loughborough James White was elected editor of the ...
    23. May 1861
  14. 14. Organization of the California Conference

    a membership of 238. J. N. Loughborough was elected president; S. B. Bresee, also of Santa Rosa, secretary; and ... The California state meeting was held February 14-18, in Bloomfield, and of course the Whites ... we were favored in our deliberations and meetings with the presence of Brother and Sister White ...
    14. February 1873
  15. 15. Going to Dansville

    persons: Elder James White and wife, Elder J. N. Loughborough, Sr., M. F. Maxson, and the editor of the ... Amadons, and the M. J. Cornells (ibid., Nov. 7, 1865). Having spent a few weeks at "Our Home" in Dansville, New York, during the past year, Ellen White was convinced of the value of water as one of God's ...
    18. August 1865
  16. 16. A Desperate Need

    White was incapacitated by illness. But he was not the only one. Because of their poor health, Elders J. N. Loughborough, D. T. Bourdeau, A. S. Hutchins, J. B. Frisbie, and John Byington had been doing ... As early as the Whites' first visit to Dansville, Ellen had been impressed with the ...
    17. April 1866
  17. 17. The Conference

    and E. S. Walker, treasurer. James White was first unanimously elected to the presidency, but he thought it best to let another carry that responsibility. Byington would be joined by J. N. Andrews and G. ...
    20. May 1863
  18. 18. The Two Papers Combined

    masthead carried four names as the Publishing Committee (Joseph Bates, S. W. Rhodes, J. N. Andrews, and James White), and the subscription terms were "gratis, except the reader desires to aid in its ...
    16. November 1850
  19. 19. Berean Library

    S. H. Lane; (11) Religious Liberty in America , by C. M. Snow; and (12) The Coming King , by J. Edson ... discontinued. The library as listed in 1905 included: (1) Steps to Christ , by Ellen G. White; (2) Thoughts on ... Henry; (5) Looking Unto Jesus , by Uriah Smith; (6) History of the Sabbath , by J. N. Andrews; (7) Great ...
  20. 20. The 1880 General Conference

    General Conference session with its election of officers and committees, the White household experienced ... General Conference, James White was in the chair. Twenty delegates were present, and by vote of the ... Butler For secretary, Uriah Smith For treasurer, Mrs. M. J. Chapman For ...
    28. September 1880
  21. 21. Publishing Work

    Sabbath Not Abolished (Review of J. Marsh). 36 pp. The Third Angel’s Message. 16 pp. James White, ed. ... organ); this was followed in 1852 by the Youth’s Instructor. James White was the first editor of these. ... periodicals. From the beginning, James White published tracts (many of them reprinted from periodical ...
  22. 22. International Health and Temperance Association

    1983–1985; W. O. Coe, 1985–1989; R. J. Kloosterhuis, 1989–1990; L. S. Ranzolin, 1990– . Executive Directors: W. A. Scharffenberg, 1948–1964; E. J. Folkenberg, 1964–1968; E.H.J. Steed, 1968–1982; Albert S. Whiting, 1983–1985; DeWitt S. Williams, 1985–1987; Thomas R. Neslund, 1987– . ...
  23. 23. Roswell Cottrell

    (1814-1892). One of the early Adventists; writer, poet, minister. He descended from the Huguenots and was born in a Seventh Day Baptist family in the state of New York. ...
  24. 24. David Kalaka

    ( c. 1844-1904). Pioneer preacher, colporteur, translator, the first African Seventh-day Adventist in Basutoland, South Africa. ...
  25. 25. Maud Boyd

    (1851-1937). Pioneer Bible instructor, colporteur, and the first Seventh-day Adventist woman missionary sent to Europe. ...

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Information Regarding Formal Education of James White, J. N. Andrews, Joseph Bates, Uriah Smith, S. N. Haskell and J. N. Loughborough (18-D)

James E. White

James White

Ellen G. White at Oakwood School, Huntsville, Alabama, June 1904

Ellen G. White at the Hornellsville, New York, camp meeting, September 1880

Ellen G. White at the Swiss Conference meeting, Basel, Switzerland, September 1885

Ellen G. White addressing the 1901 General Conference Session, Battle Creek, Michigan, April 12, 1901

Ellen G. White addressing the 1901 General Conference Session, Battle Creek, Michigan, April 12, 1901

E. G. White aadressing 1901 GC Session, Battle Creek, Michigan | Notes by W. H. ...

EGW at Swiss Conference meeting, 1885 | The Swiss Conference meeting of 1885 hel...

EGW at Swiss Conference meeting, 1885 | The Swiss Conference meeting of 1885 hel...

Good Health / Health Reformer

The Organization of the Publishing Work

Organization of the California Conference

Going to Dansville

A Desperate Need

The Conference

The Two Papers Combined

Berean Library

The 1880 General Conference

Publishing Work

International Health and Temperance Association

Roswell Cottrell

David Kalaka

Maud Boyd

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