Library | Ellen G. White Estate

Events

  1. 1. Test Event with all fields

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    02. June 1875
  2. 2. Ellen Holds the Large Bible

    The Bible Ellen called for after this experience in her home in Portland was, presumably, the "big Bible" now in the White Estate vault with the names of Robert and Eunice Harmon stamped in gold ...
    1845
  3. 3. At the McDearmon Home

    On November 6, the Whites, with Steven N. Haskell and Emma White arrived in Dallas, Texas. James White reported to the readers of the Review: ...
    06. November 1878
  4. 4. Marian Davis Joins the White Forces

    On New Year's Day Miss Marian Davis, who was with the Youth's Instructor staff in Battle Creek, joined the Whites in Texas to assist them in literary work. ...
    01. January 1879
  5. 5. Texas, a Needy Field of Labor

    In writing of their mid-February visit to Dallas, Ellen White disclosed their hopes and plans: ...
    February 1879
  6. 6. Outreach in Missionary Endeavor

    As the weather mellowed, and it did quickly, James and Ellen White were eager to engage in local evangelistic ministry. On weekends they held meetings in nearby communities. ...
    13. February 1879
  7. 7. Leaving for Texas

    One action taken at the 1878 General Conference session was a recommendation that a camp meeting be held in Texas during the autumn, when James and Ellen White could attend (RH, Oct. ...
    1878
  8. 8. Some Adventists Want to Move from Texas to Colorado

    One thing that was clear to the Whites was that some Adventist families in the Dallas area, especially the McDearmons, should, for the sake of their very survival, move to a more healthful climat ...
  9. 9. A Wholesome Response to James' and Ellen's Counsel

    The days spent in Battle Creek in September, 1867, were difficult, crucial, but successful. However, the large building for the health institution was given up for the present. ...
    September 1867
  10. 10. A Gala Festival

    Almost 5 years after the opening of the health institution in Battle Creek, it was finally on a sound financial basis, under good management, and with four physicians on the staff. ...
    27. July 1871
  11. 11. James White Dies

    Treatment to relieve James's fever and pain was immediately ordered, and administered by a bath attendant from the sanitarium. ...
    04. August 1881
  12. 12. Health Institution Opened

    At the General Conference in May 1866, it was decided to build an adventist health institution. ...
    May 1866
  13. 13. The Opening

    Within days after the call for such an institution, the residence of Judge Graves was purchased. ...
    05. September 1866
  14. 14. Ellen White Advices Caution

    Denominational leaders were venturing into a new field that offered unique opportunities but was fraught with many perils. Ellen White shortly placed before them this caution: ...
  15. 15. Premature Plans for the Enlargement of the Institution

    The enthusiastic response from the general public led to premature plans for the rapid enlargement of the institution to accommodate all who applied for admission as patients. ...
  16. 16. The Crucial Weekend at Battle Creek

    Ellen and James White met with the Battle Creek church on Sabbath, September 14, 1867, and entered upon the work they dreaded, establishing restraints on the premature enlargement of the health i ...
    14. September 1867
  17. 17. James Provides for Confidence

    The days spent in Battle Creek were difficult, crucial, but successful. However, the large building was given up for the present. ...
  18. 18. The Tenth Annual Session of the General Conference

    The tenth annual session of the General Conference opened in Battle Creek, Friday morning, December 29, 1871. ...
    29. December 1871
  19. 19. Becoming Much Involved with Battle Creek Interests

    At the camp meetings in Clyde, Illinois and Pilot Grove in September and October, the Battle Creek brethren urged the Whites to return and settle in the city, that the work of the cause might be ...
  20. 20. The Need for Training Schools

    No one was more aware of the need for qualified men in the ministry of the denomination than James White. ...
    January 1869
  21. 21. Ellen Very Ill with Influenza

    But as they approached the time a cloud hung over their cherished plans. Ellen White was very ill with influenza. W. C. White tells the story: ...
    January 1875
  22. 23. James Called to be President of the GC

    Other actions taken brought an unexpected and complete change in the life of both James and Ellen White. ...
    August 1874
  23. 24. James White Goes Back to Battle Creek

    Though the Whites were fond of California, they did not intend that Oakland should be their permanent residence, for they must keep close to Battle Creek and the church's many interests there. ...
    31. March 1876
  24. 25. Ellen White aware of the Situation in Battle Creek

    Four months after the school at Healdsburg had opened, the college at Battle Creek closed. During the summer of 1882, while Ellen was immersed in writing and publication problems at Healdsburg, s ...
    December 1881

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Events

Test Event with all fields

Ellen Holds the Large Bible

At the McDearmon Home

Marian Davis Joins the White Forces

Texas, a Needy Field of Labor

Outreach in Missionary Endeavor

Leaving for Texas

Some Adventists Want to Move from Texas to Colorado

A Wholesome Response to James' and Ellen's Counsel

A Gala Festival

James White Dies

Health Institution Opened

The Opening

Ellen White Advices Caution

Premature Plans for the Enlargement of the Institution

The Crucial Weekend at Battle Creek

James Provides for Confidence

The Tenth Annual Session of the General Conference

Becoming Much Involved with Battle Creek Interests

The Need for Training Schools

Ellen Very Ill with Influenza

James has his Fourth Stroke of Paralysis

James Called to be President of the GC

James White Goes Back to Battle Creek

Ellen White aware of the Situation in Battle Creek

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