Events

  1. 251. Seasons of Prayer in Rochester

    On December 6 they took the train to Rochester. James had proposed that they call some of their trusted friends in that vicinity to come to Rochester to engage in seasons of prayeróJ. N. ...
    06. December 1865
  2. 252. Criticism and Illness

    At the Waterbury conference they ran into distressing criticism. A whispering campaign had been started against James White in which many joined, even the venerable Joseph Bates. ...
  3. 253. Organization of the Maine Conference

    Their next appointments were in Maine. The first was for Norridgewock, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north of Portland. ...
    01. November 1867
  4. 254. The Carriage Trip to Charlotte

    An invitation to spend the weekend at Charlotte, 30 miles (50 kilometers) northeast of Battle Creek, had come to the Whites. A. O. Burrill was holding evangelistic tent meetings there. ...
    22. July 1881
  5. 255. Robert Harmon Goes to Georgia

    So one day in the winter of 1837-1838 he decided to take his supply of hats to Georgia in hope of a more ready sale. ...
    1837
  6. 256. Ministering in Wright, Michigan

    At long last they were turning a corner, with the promise of better days ahead. But the battle was not fully won. ...
    12. January 1866
  7. 257. The Move to Greenville

    False report and criticism had done their work among the church members in Battle Creek. James and Ellen White were terribly disappointed at the cold reception. ...
    02. May 1867
  8. 258. The Camp Meeting at Wright, Michigan

    From September 1 to 6, 1868, the first annual Adventist Camp Meeting was conducted at Wright, Michigan. ...
    01. September 1868
  9. 259. Preparations for the Camp Meeting at Wright, Michigan

    When plans for an annual camp meeting were considered seriously in mid-July, 1868, the first thought was that there was not enough time to arrange for such a meeting that year. ...
    18. August 1868
  10. 260. The Camp Layout

    After about a week in Battle Creek the Whites returned to Greenville to get ready for the camp meeting at Wright (RH, Aug. 25, 1868). ...
  11. 261. The Journey to Wright, Michigan

    So, in a snowstorm, on December 19, 1866, they left Battle Creek with the team and Brother Rogers for northern Michigan, planning to make Wright, Ottawa County, their first stop. ...
    19. December 1866
  12. 262. The Publishing House Family

    William White remembers the publishing house family in Rochester: At first there were James and Ellen White; little Edson, and his nurse Clarissa Bonfoey; Stephen and Sara ...
    March 1852
  13. 263. The Responsbilities

    At age 34 James White was putting all his life, health, and strength into the publishing of the Review. ...
    February 1855
  14. 264. The Publishing Office in Rochester, New York

    Steps were taken immediately to carry out the actions of the conference held on March 12. A printing press was purchased in New York City, and the stocks of papers and pamphlets, along with the W ...
    March 1852
  15. 265. The First Issue of the Review Published in Rochester

    The Washington hand press, other needed equipment, and the type purchased in New York cost more than $600. ...
    May 1852
  16. 266. Establishing the Publishing Office

    Steps were taken immediately to carry out the actions of the conference held on March 12. A printing press was purchased in New York City, and the stocks of papers and pamphlets, along with the W ...
    16. April 1852
  17. 267. Arriving Back in Rochester

    With faithful Charlie pulling their carriage, James and Ellen White drove into their yard in Rochester on the afternoon of Wednesday, October 6, returning from their 1852 trip east.
    06. October 1852
  18. 268. The 48-Page Special of the Advent Review

    Four issues of the Advent Review were published at Oswego during August and September 1850. ...
    August 1850
  19. 269. Publishing near Saratoga Springs

    With the end of volume 1, James thought it would be well to find a more central place from which to send out the paper and other printed materials. ...
    July 1851
  20. 270. The Issuance of an Extra of the Review

    He defended the proposition of the gift of prophecy in the church, but he did not mention Ellen White. ...
    July 1852
  21. 271. Planning a Trip East

    Soon after the Whites had settled in Rochester, a letter from Ellen's mother informed them that her brother Robert was dying of tuberculosis at the family home in Gorham, Maine. ...
    24. June 1852
  22. 272. Publishing Work from May to Novmber

    In late October 1850 the Whites took up residence in Paris, Maine, for the purpose of publishing the three angels' messages. ...
    May 1850
  23. 273. Mental Labor and Privation

    Very early in his many years of publishing James White demonstrated a selfless generosity and commitment that was not always realistic. ...
    October 1850
  24. 274. Vision: James Must Continue to Publish

    The situation finally came to the point where James declared, "Wife, it is no use to try to struggle on any longer. These things are crushing me, and will soon carry me to the grave. ...
    09. June 1851
  25. 275. The Two Papers Combined

    Within a few days publishing plans changed. At the conference in Paris on Sabbath and Sunday, November 16 and 17, 1850, it was decided to combine Present Truth and the Advent Review< ...
    16. November 1850

Events

Seasons of Prayer in Rochester

Criticism and Illness

Organization of the Maine Conference

The Carriage Trip to Charlotte

Robert Harmon Goes to Georgia

Ministering in Wright, Michigan

The Move to Greenville

The Camp Meeting at Wright, Michigan

Preparations for the Camp Meeting at Wright, Michigan

The Camp Layout

The Journey to Wright, Michigan

The Publishing House Family

The Responsbilities

The Publishing Office in Rochester, New York

The First Issue of the Review Published in Rochester

Establishing the Publishing Office

Arriving Back in Rochester

The 48-Page Special of the Advent Review

Publishing near Saratoga Springs

The Issuance of an Extra of the Review

Planning a Trip East

Publishing Work from May to Novmber

Mental Labor and Privation

Vision: James Must Continue to Publish

The Two Papers Combined

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