Events

  1. 301. Active Teachers of Health Reform

    In the three weeks they spent at Dansville, James and Ellen White found what they were needing and seekingóa practical application of the principles of healthful living that would fit them ...
  2. 302. A Desperate Need

    As early as the Whites' first visit to Dansville, Ellen had been impressed with the desirability of a health institution for Sabbathkeeping Adventists. ...
    17. April 1866
  3. 303. Vision at Roosevelt, New York

    Over the weekend of August 3 and 4, 1861, a difficult meeting was held in Roosevelt, New York. During a season of special prayer, Ellen was taken off in vision and was shown, among other things, ...
    03. August 1861
  4. 304. Roosevelt, New York

    Wednesday, October 23, James and Ellen White, accompanied by D. T. Bourdeau, left for appointments with the churches in the East. Sabbath and Sunday they were at Roosevelt, New York, where J. N. ...
    23. October 1867
  5. 305. The Trip to Roosevelt

    From Eagle Harbor the Whites made their way to Rochester and then to Roosevelt, New York. A conference was to be held in the house of worship there over the weekend of August 3 and 4. ...
  6. 306. James Calls for a Standing Vote

    White then referred to the conference in Roosevelt. After a two-hour discussion on organization at which objections were removed, he called for a standing vote favoring organization. ...
  7. 307. The Growing of the Seed

    At midterm there were 25 regular students, but between 40 and 50 attended the grammar class, which was held in the evenings for the convenience of Review employees. ...
  8. 308. An Important Vision

    This was the last vision given to Ellen White accompanied by physical phenomena concerning which we have detailed information and published reports attesting to it. ...
    04. January 1875
  9. 309. Ellen White Spending two Weeks in England

    After the voyage across the Atlantic in July 1885, Ellen and her associates reached England. At Liverpool they were met by George Drew, who accompanied them to Grimsby, the city in which the miss ...
    August 1885
  10. 310. Camp Meeting in Exeter, New Hampshire

    Early in August 1844, at a camp meeting at Exeter, New Hampshire, this view was presented and accepted as the date for the fulfillment of the prophecy of the 2300 days. ...
    August 1844
  11. 311. Ellen Attends the Funeral

    On Sabbath afternoon, August 13, some 2,500 Seventh-day Adventists and Battle Creek townspeople assembled in the tabernacle for the funeral of James White. Even though very ill, Ellen attended. ...
    13. August 1881
  12. 312. Uriah Smith's Funeral Sermon

    In his funeral address Uriah Smith eulogized the deceased and spoke of his activities in connection with the origin and rise of the Seventh-day Adventist Church: ...
    13. August 1881
  13. 313. Remarks by Ellen White

    As Smith concluded his remarks, Ellen quite unexpectedly arose from her couch to speak to the large audience. She later described the experience: ...
    13. August 1881
  14. 314. Appointment in Memphis

    But it took a heavy toll on James. James and Ellen had looked forward to a little period of rest on returning from Iowa but were denied this, as they were called upon to contend with criticism an ...
  15. 315. Attending the Camp Meeting at Windsor

    The camp meeting was to be held in a grove at Windsor, a town 10 miles (16 kilometers) south, situated between Santa Rosa and Petaluma. ...
    October 1872
  16. 316. Writing more Important than Camp Meetings

    Ever since the beginning of the annual camp meetings it was generally recognized by the leaders in the church, and by James and Ellen in particular, that there was a direct relationship between t ...
    May 1876
  17. 317. Alone at the McDearmon Home

    The next Monday, August 22, with her two daughters-in-law, Emma and Mary, Ellen left for Colorado, where she expected to spend a few weeks in retirement and rest and rejuvenation. ...
    22. August 1881
  18. 318. Still on the Caravan Trail

    The group heading for the camp meeting at Emporia, Kansas, reached Okmulgee, Indian Territory, on Friday, May 9. ...
    09. May 1879
  19. 319. A Training Ground Near the White Home

    When the White family settled in the little cottage on Wood Street in Battle Creek in 1857, there was forest to the north and pastureland to the west. ...
    1857
  20. 320. The White Children Become Fascinated with the War Activities

     The activities on the fairgrounds came to be of special interest to the teenage boys. W. C. White later recalled: ...
    1857
  21. 321. Stricken with Diphtheria

    There was anxiety in every home in Battle Creek. Would the dread disease strike and lay low some of the precious children? ...
    February 1863
  22. 322. Willie's Bout with Pneumonia

    In February 1864, Willlie was stricken with pneumonia. About two months earlier his brother Henry died of this dreaded disease. ...
    07. February 1864
  23. 323. Dr. Kellogg Called for Help

    About 4:00 p.m. a message was sent to Dr. J. H. Kellogg requesting him to call on James at his home. ...
    02. August 1881
  24. 324. Ellen Back in the Home

    After the funeral Ellen was taken back to the sanitarium for the night. On Sunday she was taken on a bed out to their home, where she was joined by the members of the family who had attended the ...
    13. August 1881
  25. 325. Ellen Moves to Healdsburg

    After traveling out from Oakland to visit among the churches in northern California through the early winter months, Ellen decided that she would make Healdsburg her California headquarters. ...
    23. February 1882

Events

Active Teachers of Health Reform

A Desperate Need

Vision at Roosevelt, New York

Roosevelt, New York

The Trip to Roosevelt

James Calls for a Standing Vote

The Growing of the Seed

An Important Vision

Ellen White Spending two Weeks in England

Camp Meeting in Exeter, New Hampshire

Ellen Attends the Funeral

Uriah Smith's Funeral Sermon

Remarks by Ellen White

Appointment in Memphis

Attending the Camp Meeting at Windsor

Writing more Important than Camp Meetings

Alone at the McDearmon Home

Still on the Caravan Trail

A Training Ground Near the White Home

The White Children Become Fascinated with the War Activities

Stricken with Diphtheria

Willie's Bout with Pneumonia

Dr. Kellogg Called for Help

Ellen Back in the Home

Ellen Moves to Healdsburg

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