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The Morning Star
The Morning Star
The Morning Star
The Original Star from 1894
The Original Star from 1894
The Original Star from 1894
The Original Star from 1894
The Original Star from 1894
The Morning Star
The Morning Star chapel. The enclosed chapel on the Morning Star accommodated smaller groups for Bible studies, health lectures and worship services. Concerning this boat, Ellen White said: "It has been the means of truth in many hearts, and many souls have first seen the light of truth while on this boat. In it angel feet have trodden." (Letter 139. 1902)
Morning Star Missionaries. Edson and Emma (center) lived aboard the Morning Star with their workers during much of their time in Mississippi. Albert Green, the ship«s black cook, is in the doorway. He joined the Star as it steamed down the Illinois River on its way to the Mississippi and proved one of its most faithful workers, not only in the kitchen, but also in sharing his new-found faith.
The Morning Star
A. Hilliard house, Otsego, Mich., 1938. The first health reform vision.
Lovetts Grove, Ohio. Schoolhouse where Ellen G. White received her "Great Controversy" vision in 1858. Artist's conception
Lovetts Grove Schoolhouse; Old Church on West Erero St. in Bowling
Lovetts Grove Schoolhouse; Old Church on West Erero St. in Bowling
Lovetts Grove Schoolhouse; Old Church on West Erero St. in Bowling
February 3, 1962; L to R.: J. B. Bogle + D. A. Delafield; on exact site of old Lovetts Grove church
Lovetts grove, Ohio
Seventh-day Adventist missionary ship "Pitcairn"
Picture taken during the dedicatory prayer on the wharfs and on the deck of the "Pitcairn" in Oakland Bay Harbor. 1890
Seventh-day Adventist missionary ship "Pitcairn" crew. Top row: G. A. Anderson, sailor; H. N. Garthorner, sailor; Chas. Kahlstrom, sailor; Peter Hansen, sailor; Bottom row Chas. Turner, Steward; Christiansen; J. M. Marsh, Captain
Pitcairn Island group
Seventh-day Adventist missionary ship "Pitcairn" workers. Top row: Mrs. J. I. Tay, J. I. Tay. Bottom row: Mrs. E. H. Gates. Elder E. H. Gates, Mrs. A. J. Read, Elder A. J. Read.
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