Library | Ellen G. White Estate

Events

  1. 176. Ellen Returns to Battle Creek

    After she attended various meetings in Oregon and Washington, Ellen White ministered in northern California for a few weeks, speaking several times in the tent in Chico. ...
    26. July 1880
  2. 177. Camp Meetings

    Through the rest of August and September James and Ellen went from camp meeting to camp meeting, spending three to five days at each, but always including Sabbath and Sunday: Waterville, Maine; W ...
    02. October 1881
  3. 178. At the Publishing House

    Morning came as they entered Basel. They were met at the train station by B. L. Whitney, president of the Swiss Mission, accompanied by R. F. Andrews andAlbert Vuilleumier. ...
    03. January 1875
  4. 179. The Family Bound for Boston

    James was now 42, and Ellen, 35. Henry was almost 16, Edson, 14, and Willie, nearly 9. Adelia Patten was 24. ...
    19. August 1863
  5. 180. On the Way to Oswego

    Of the visions given to Ellen White, one of those most remembered was that of June 6, 1863, (*the vision was on Friday night, June 5, but inasmuch as the sun had gone down, the pioneers gave it t ...
    06. June 1863
  6. 181. Meetings in Convis

    They drove the 15 miles (24 kilometers) to Convis Sabbath morning and took services both morning and afternoon, meeting with new converts to the Adventist message. ...
    07. February 1863
  7. 182. Going to Dansville

    For five weeks James was tenderly cared for by Ellen, joined by the Uriah Smiths, the George Amadons, and the M. J. Cornells (ibid., Nov. 7, 1865). ...
    18. August 1865
  8. 183. Calling for Adelia Van Horn

    He wrote of the arduous labors of Ellen White in caring for her husband, and felt she should have some help and several months' treatment. He called for Adelia Patten, now Mrs. ...
    07. November 1865
  9. 184. Attending Camp Meetings in Indiana, Kansas and Missouri

    These were brave words of good intentions, but they were soon forgotten. After the Whites had caught their breath at the Ohio meeting, they were ready to go on. Wrote James: ...
    September 1870
  10. 185. The School Opens

    Appropriate actions were taken toward an early opening of the school. Professor Sidney Brownsberger, now recovered from illness, was invited to take charge, and his wife was asked to become one o ...
    11. April 1882
  11. 186. Building a School Home

    The first 20-week term closed in mid-June with an enrollment of 38 (ibid., July 13, 1882). By this time an Adventist woman of some means had made a gift of $5,000, and work could begin on the sch ...
    15. June 1882
  12. 187. A Miraculous Healing

    In late August 1882, while in Oakland, Ellen suffered a severe chill followed by fever. This serious illness lasted several weeks. ...
    August 1882
  13. 188. Ellen Attends the Camp Meeting at Healdsburg

    Camp meeting opened in early October in a grove about a half mile (one kilometer) from her home. ...
    October 1882
  14. 189. Ellen Speaks at the Camp Meeting and is Miraculously Healed

    J. H. Waggoner, editor of the Signs of the Times, spoke that Sabbath afternoon "on the rise and early work of the message, and its progress and present state" (ST, Oct. 26, 1882). ...
    October 1882
  15. 190. The Decision to Go

    As the time for the final decision was at hand, W. C. White slipped away from Oakland for a few days at Healdsburg. He spoke courage to his mother. ...
    July 1885
  16. 191. Ellen Seriously Ill

    In late August, while in Oakland, Ellen suffered a severe chill followed by fever. This serious illness lasted several weeks. As she began to recover, she was taken to the health retreat at St. ...
    August 1882
  17. 192. Carriage Trip to Healdsburg

     strong enough to bear her testimony at the camp meeting and to work for the support of the new school. ...
    September 1882
  18. 193. The Whites in Oakland

    Ellen White had called for something to be done "now." Her appeal set the workers on fire for God. ...
    01. May 1874
  19. 194. The First Issue of the Signs of the Times

    James White had a double interest in moving to Oakland in late April. The idea of a weekly paper published on the Pacific Coast had been conceived by James White while he was in the Rocky Mountai ...
    04. June 1874
  20. 195. A Publishing House is Needed

    The paper was to be evangelistic in nature but also a means of communication among Seventh-day Adventists in the West. ...
    June 1874
  21. 196. "Go and Solicit Money"

    But how could James gain both the moral and financial support of the constituency east of the Plains? He felt he could not go east and leave the newly started journal unattended. ...
    June 1874
  22. 197. Responsibilities are Calling James White to Go 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.
    March 1876
  23. 198. Ellen Remains in Oakland to Write on the Life of Christ

    When James White left for Battle Creek, Ellen remained in their Oakland home. With the help of Mary Clough, she was looking forward to making great strides in writing on the life of Christ. ...
    22. March 1876
  24. 199. Discussing the School Project at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific SDA Publishing Association

    On Monday, April 24, the annual meeting of the Pacific SDA Publishing Association was held in Oakland, bringing together a good representation from the churches. ...
    24. April 1882
  25. 200. Ministry in the Bay Area

    In January, February, and March 1876, James and Ellen White ministered to the churches in the Bay areaóOakland, with 80 members, and San Francisco, with somewhat fewer. ...
    January 1876

Events

Ellen Returns to Battle Creek

Camp Meetings

At the Publishing House

The Family Bound for Boston

On the Way to Oswego

Meetings in Convis

Going to Dansville

Calling for Adelia Van Horn

Attending Camp Meetings in Indiana, Kansas and Missouri

The School Opens

Building a School Home

A Miraculous Healing

Ellen Attends the Camp Meeting at Healdsburg

Ellen Speaks at the Camp Meeting and is Miraculously Healed

The Decision to Go

Ellen Seriously Ill

Carriage Trip to Healdsburg

The Whites in Oakland

The First Issue of the Signs of the Times

A Publishing House is Needed

"Go and Solicit Money"

Responsibilities are Calling James White to Go to Battle Creek

Ellen Remains in Oakland to Write on the Life of Christ

Discussing the School Project at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific SDA Publishing Association

Ministry in the Bay Area

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