Library | Ellen G. White Estate

Events

  1. 201. Ellen Works in the Eastern States

    After her arrival in Oakland, Ellen threw herself into the program of strengthening the church. ...
    09. June 1880
  2. 202. Arriving in San Francisco

    James and Ellen White received a most hearty reception when they arrived in California on Wednesday evening, September 25, 1872. ...
    25. September 1872
  3. 203. Back in San Francisco

    After they had spend several days in Santa Rosa and Windsor in October 1872, the Whites were again cordially received in the home of Mrs. Rowland in San Francisco. ...
    October 1872
  4. 204. Going Back to San Francisco

    After the camp meeting James and Ellen were eager to spend some time in San Francisco, having merely passed through the city. ...
    11. October 1872
  5. 205. Tent Effort in San Francisco

    Friday evening, November 8, James White opened the tent meetings in San Francisco. A good crowd attended. In early winter the weather in that area is usually pleasantly warm. ...
    December 1872
  6. 206. Back in California

    James and Ellen arrived in San Francisco on Sunday evening, December 28. They were met the next day by J. N. Loughborough, president of theCalifornia Conference, now living in Woodland. He ...
    29. December 1873
  7. 207. God Calls James and Ellen to the General Conference Session of 1873

    This decision having been made, that evening, Thursday, November 6, they took the train in Denver for Cheyenne, Wyoming, presumably to catch the train the next day for San Francisco. ...
    14. November 1873
  8. 208. Iowa Camp Meeting

    Tuesday morning the deep impression came to her distinctly, "Go to Iowa; I have work for you to do." The Iowa camp meeting would open on Thursday."I should as soon have thought of going to Europe ...
    09. June 1881
  9. 209. Visiting the Walling's in Colorado

    When the party arrived in Denver, a city of 12,000 (WCW, in YI, December 1872), Willie was sent out to find the Walling home. He soon returned to the station in a carriage with Mr. Walling. ...
    August 1872
  10. 210. Making Plans for the Snowy Range Trip

    "Mr. Walling is very earnest that we should go with him across the Snowy Mountain Range to what is called the Park, on the other side of the Snowy Range" (letter 12, 1872). ...
    22. August 1872
  11. 211. Arriving at the Walling Home

    It was 7:30 Wednesday evening, June 25, 1873, when James and Ellen White, Willie, and Lucinda Hall reached Denver. They were cordially received at the Walling home. ...
    25. June 1873
  12. 212. Andrews Sent to Washington

    The next step had to be taken in Washington. For this important mission, J. N. Andrews, armed with appropriate documents, was sent as the church'semissary. ...
    29. August 1864
  13. 213. Tent Meeting at Grand Rapids

    Of the meeting in the tent at Grand Rapids, a week later, James White wrote: On Sixth-day the brethren pitched it on a vacant lot in the city. We were much pleased with it ...
    17. June 1845
  14. 214. Ellen Accepts William Miller's Message

    About this timeóin 1842óWilliam Miller was back in Portland for another series of meetings on the Second Advent. ...
    1842
  15. 215. Baptised Into the Methodist Church

    Soon after her return to Portland from the camp meeting Ellen was taken into the Methodist Church on probation, with baptism to follow. ...
    26. June 1842
  16. 216. Hit by a Stone

    It was midafternoon. Ellen and Elizabeth, with a classmate, were crossing a park when they noticed that an older girl who also attended Portland's Brackett Street School was following them. ...
    1837
  17. 217. Ellen sees Levi F. Stockman

    In spite of her faith, Ellen's joy and confidence often were shadowed by periods of perplexity and deep concern. ...
    1842
  18. 218. Ellen's First Prayer in Public

    This was the turning point in Ellen's experience. That evening she attended a prayer meeting and offered her first prayer in public. ...
    1842
  19. 219. Revival in Portland

    In March 1840 William Miller conducted a series of revival meetings in Portland, Maine. In the series he lectured on the second coming of Christ and other Bible prophecies. ...
    March 1840
  20. 220. Ellen Visits Mrs. Haines

    While in this condition Ellen responded to an invitation from a close friend, Mrs. Elizabeth Haines, just a little older than she, to visit her in her home across the causeway in south Portland. ...
    December 1844
  21. 221. Called to Be a Messanger

    Difficult days challenged the Advent believers in Portland, Maine, following the great disappointment of October 22, 1844. ...
    December 1844
  22. 222. The Disappointed Advent Believers in Portland

    Difficult days challenged the Advent believers in Portland, Maine, following the great disappointment of October 22, 1844. ...
    22. October 1844
  23. 223. Ellen Harmon's Accident

    In 1837, an older girl hit the 9-year-old Ellen Harmon with a stone. Ellen laid in coma for three weeks and subsequently suffered from physical and mental consequences. ...
    1837
  24. 224. The Mental Consequences

    Another consequence of her accident was that she found it impossible to study. She could not retain what she learned, and her hand was too unsteady to write. ...
    1837
  25. 225. The Disappointment of April 21, 1844

    During the last few weeks leading up to April 21, 1844óthe time first thought to be the end of the 2300-day prophecyópreparations for the glorious advent of Christ intensified. ...
    February 1844

Events

Ellen Works in the Eastern States

Arriving in San Francisco

Back in San Francisco

Going Back to San Francisco

Tent Effort in San Francisco

Back in California

God Calls James and Ellen to the General Conference Session of 1873

Iowa Camp Meeting

Visiting the Walling's in Colorado

Making Plans for the Snowy Range Trip

Arriving at the Walling Home

Andrews Sent to Washington

Tent Meeting at Grand Rapids

Ellen Accepts William Miller's Message

Baptised Into the Methodist Church

Hit by a Stone

Ellen sees Levi F. Stockman

Ellen's First Prayer in Public

Revival in Portland

Ellen Visits Mrs. Haines

Called to Be a Messanger

The Disappointed Advent Believers in Portland

Ellen Harmon's Accident

The Mental Consequences

The Disappointment of April 21, 1844

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