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White, Ellen G. (visions of) - White, James

White, Ellen G. (visions of)

White, Ellen G. (visions of)

1. From 1844 to 1850

2. From 1851 to 1860

3. From 1861 to 1870

4. From 1871 to 1880

5. From 1881 to 1890

6. From 1891 to 1900

7. From 1901 to 1915

8. Of approximate dating

9. Of unknown date

10. Her condition in vision

11. Miscellaneous

1. From 1844 to 1850

1844, December: first vision given to, re travels of advent people to City of God EW 13-7; LS 64-8, 104; 2SG 30-5; 1T 58-61, 73; 1SM 62-3, 65; 5T 654-5; 8T 237 [The time of the vision is specifically given as “December, 1844”, and thus in the winter of 1844-45. In the memory statement of 1T 73 the date is incorrectly given as 1845.]

December: when 17 years old EW 20; 2SG 36; 1T 62

1844-45, winter: re trials that she must pass through in telling others what God had told her EW 20; LS 69; 2SG 35; 1T 62; 5T 655

—: telling her to make known to others what God had revealed to her LS 71; 2SG 36-7; 1T 64; 5T 655

—: showing that God would keep her from self-exaltation EW 21; LS 71-2; 2SG 37; 1T 65

[1845], —: re coming trial of her faith 2SG 40

[February]: re Bridegroom’s coming LS 104

—: re her duty to go to New Hampshire LS 77; 2SG 46

—: re Eld. W. Morse’s disappointment in 1844 LS 77-8

—: re erroneous concept of sanctification LS 83; 2SG 48

—: re persons practicing deception on God’s little flock LS 83; 2SG 48

—: re voice of God in connection with time of trouble 2SG 48

—: re ungodly course of J. T. and J. H. 2SG 49-50

—: shown aid of another angel would be given her when needed 2SG 52, 68

—: re glory of new earth EW 17-20; 2SG 52-5; 1T 67-70

—: re error of persons teaching “no-work” doctrine LS 86-8; 2SG 58; 1T 72

—: re card with 50 texts of Scripture EW 22-3, 25-31; LS 89; 2SG 59

—: re frown of Christ and company clothed in garments stained with blood EW 76-7; LS 90-1; 2SG 61-2; 1T 74; 5T 656-7

—: re her duty to meet fanaticism near Poland, Me. 2SG 62

—: re her duty to meet fanaticism in Paris, Me. 2SG 64

—: re fanatic Jesse Stevens and his work LS 86-7; 2SG 63-5

—: re her duty to go to Portsmouth, N.H. 2SG 65-6

—: re her duty to go to Massachusetts 2SG 67

—: re her duty to go to Randolph, Mass., instead of Boston 2SG 75-6

—: re errors of Robbins and Sargent 2SG 76-9

—: lasting nearly four hours 2SG 77

1846, —: re God’s protection over her EW 23-4

November: given first view of other planets LS 97; 2SG 83; 1T 79

November: re affliction and trial awaiting her at Gorham, Me. LS 98; 2SG 83

—: re need of her ministry in western part of New York State LS 108; 2SG 93

1847, [Apr. 3]: re enforcement of papal institution upon people by Sunday law 5T 137

[Apr. 3]: re heavenly sanctuary and papal attempt to change Sabbath EW 32-5; LS 95-6, 100-3; 2SG 82-3; 1T 76-7; 5T 137

[1848]: showing that God had been trying JW and her for their good LS 106; 2SG 89; 1T 83

—: re great controversy between Christ and Satan LS 161-2; 2SG 270

August: re errors of persons attending conf. LS 111; 2SG 98-9; 1T 86

August: given vision that lasted one and a half hours LS 112

August: re importance of believers in western New York laying aside their differences LS 112; 2SG 99; 1T 86

November: re Sabbath light as sealing truth and its spread LS 116 (footnote)

November: re proclamation of sealing message and need of beginning to publish light shining on our pathway LS 116 (footnote), 125; CM 1

Dec. 16: re shaking of powers of heaven and earth EW 41

1849, Jan. 5: re Christ’s intercessory work till plagues begin to fall EW 36-7; LS 116-8

Jan. 6: re sealing of God’s people EW 37-8; LS 118-9

February: re her duty to go to Dartmouth, Mass. LS 121; 2SG 108

March: re angel strengthening Sr. Hastings 2SG 112

March: two visions given to, comforting and strengthening believers LS 123

Mar. 24: re open and shut doors in Christ’s ministration in heavenly sanctuary EW 43-5, 86

Mar. 24: re believer who was wavering LS 123

Mar. 24: re mysterious knockings in New York State EW 42-3, 86

summer: re JW protected from cholera LS 124; 2SG 113-4

summer: re JW’s duty to write, write, write LS 125-6; 2SG 115; 1T 88

1850, Jan. 26: re God’s people and man with “dirt brush” EW 48-52, 93

early: re adulterous woman in Camden, N.Y. LS 129-30; 2SG 124-5

early: re secret closet filled with rubbish LS 129

spring: re her need to keep eye single to God’s glory LS 131-2; 2SG 129-30

spring: re her sacrifice of home life to follow God’s providence LS 132

—: re woman who died sealed 2SM 263-4

June 27: re seven last plagues falling on souls having mark of beast EW 64-7

Aug. 24: re mysterious rappings of spiritualism EW 59-60, 86-9

September: re falling of seven last plagues after Christ leaves sanctuary EW 52-4

Sept. 7: re need of preparing God’s people to stand in battle EW 69-71

Sept. 23: re recovery of God’s remnant people in this gathering time EW 74-6

[December]: re JW’s duty to continue publishing work LS 140-1; 2SG 148; 1T 89-90

2. From 1851 to 1860

[1851 January]: re unjust treatment received from inconsiderate brethren 2SG 146

May 14: re beauty of Christ and His closing mediatorial work EW 70-1

June 21: revealing that message must not be hung on time EW 75; 1SM 188

[June]: re disfellowshiping of members 2SG 150-1

[August]: re woman in Vermont 2SG 157

1852, [October]: re Sr. Pierce 2SG 169

[October]: re danger of her and JW assuming burdens that God did not require them to bear LS 146; 2SG 173

[October]: re need of opening way for Nathaniel and Anna White to live with JW and EGW LS 147; 2SG 173

1853, June 2: re sacrificing of property by believers at Jackson, Mich. EW 93-4

June 2: re confusion in church at Jackson, Mich. LS 149; 2SG 181

July: re need of weekly paper for God’s cause EW 95-6

1854, —: re character and outcome of Messenger party 2SG 193

1855, May 5: re lack of faith among God’s servants as well as church 4bSG 7; 1T 120

June: re God’s people weighed down with clogs 4bSG 9; 1T 122

Aug. 26: Test. written by, re JW’s health 3T 9

—: showing that God would raise up husband gradually from sickness 2SG 198-9; 1T 98

Nov. 20: re Spirit dying away from church 4bSG 1; 1T 113

[Nov. 20]: re danger of worldliness among believers moving from eastern to western part of USA 2SG 212-3; 1T 118

—: re preaching of Age-to-Come theory 1T 116

—: re interest of heaven in man’s salvation 1T 123-4

—: re angel weighing men’s thoughts 1T 124-5

1856, May 27: re two ways 4bSG 13; 1T 127

May: re some believers being food for worms, some subjects of seven last plagues, and some to be translated at second advent 2SG 208-9; 4bSG 18; 1T 131-2

[Dec. 9]: re believers at Waukon, Iowa, in need of help LS 160; 2SG 217

Dec. 9: re duty of believers moving from eastern to western part of USA 2SG 212-4; 1T 118, 149 (footnote)

—: re ministers’ wives 1T 137-40

—: re lukewarm state of church 1T 141

—: re God’s work in Eastern and Western States of USA 1T 146

—: re need of order among God’s people 1T 146

December, last part: re need of believers at Waukon, Iowa, to confess their wrongs 2SG 220

1857, July 6: re church trials in New York State 1T 164

Aug. 22: re young Sabbathkeepers lacking Christ’s spirit 2SG 250-1; 1T 154

Oct. 8: re Sabbathkeepers like rich young ruler 2SG 239-40; 1T 170-1

—: re Battle Creek church 1T 178-9

Nov. 20: re mighty shaking of God’s people 1T 179

1858, [Mar. 14]: re many things concerning church 2SG 265-70

[Mar. 14]: re great controversy between Christ and Satan LS 161-2; 2SG 265-6, 270

spring: re H and his family 1T 234-5

June: re Satan’s attempt to take her life at Jackson, Mich. LS 163; 2SG 272

August: showing that Christ did not come to abolish Decalogue 2SG 273-6

October: re errors in diet 1T 204-9

1859, —: re Laodicean church 1T 185

—: re need of JW to give himself more to study of Scriptures 3T 10

1860, Dec. 23: re Bro. and Sr. K 1T 210, 240

Dec. 23: re companies in confusion in Wisconsin 1T 229-31

Dec. 23: re God’s cause in Western States of USA 1T 250

Dec. 23: showing she and JW must still bear straight and pointed testimony 2SG 299; 1T 247-8

Dec. 23: re JW’s duty to go to Wisconsin 1T 228

Dec. 23: re wrongs of individuals which have affected God’s cause 4bSG 45; 1T 210

3. From 1861 to 1870

1861, Aug. 3: re churches and families in Wisconsin 1T 326-7

Aug. 3: re disastrous battle of Manassas, Va. 1T 264, 266-7

Aug. 3: re duty of God’s people to the poor 1T 272

Aug. 3: re opponents of church organization 1T 270

Aug. 3: re sin of slavery 1T 264

Oct. 25: re two crowns 4bSG 106; 1T 347

1862, Jan. 4: re state of USA during Civil War 1T 253

[Jan. 4]: re greater distress in land than men had witnessed hitherto 1T 260

—: re cases of various women 1T 329-32

—: re unwise course concerning visions 1T 327-8

—: re sickening corruptions of present age 1T 302

Nov. 5: re mistake of some men re their calling 1T 441

Nov. 5: re Moses Hull’s spiritual condition 1T 426

1863, June 5: re Satan working to lead ministers astray through unconsecrated wives 1T 449

June 5: re JW’s need to preserve his health and strength 1T 517

June 6: re dangers of the young 4bSG 132; 1T 390 [This vision was given at worship after sunset on Friday, June 5, civil time; but as it extended into the beginning of the Sabbath, the date is noted June 6 in this and the three succeeding cases.]

June 6: re God’s work and spread of truth 1T 433

June 6: re health reform CD 481; 1T 206; 2T 153; 9T 158

June 6: re use of flesh food in relation to health 4aSG 153

1864, —: re so-called dress reform by use of “American costume” 1T 465, 717

winter: re son Wm. C. sick with lung fever 4aSG 152-3; 2SM 304-5

1865, [Dec. 25]: re Bro. and Sr. D 1T 710-1

Dec. 25: re clinging vine LS 175-6; 1T 583-4

Dec. 25: re discouraging condition of God’s cause in Maine 2T 553

Dec. 25: re God’s acceptance of JW’s confession and repentance 1T 613

Dec. 25: re good commenced in Maine 1T 621

Dec. 25: re importance of health reform as great enterprise 1T 553

Dec. 25: re many professed Sabbath-keepers not right in their political views 1T 533

Dec. 25: re mistakes in Sr. O’s training from childhood up 2T 173; 1T 496

Dec. 25: re need of health institution among SDA 1T 553

Dec. 25: re need of ministers and pub.-house workers to abstain from traffic in merchandise and other separate interests 1T 585

Dec. 25: re need of parents and children to labor together 1T 558

Dec. 25: re neglect of health reform by Sabbathkeepers 1T 485

Dec. 25: re SDA woman deceived by riches 2T 281

Dec. 25: re slackness in Sabbath observance 1T 531

Dec. 25: re spiritual condition of Bro. D 1T 543

Dec. 25: re state of cause of present truth 1T 466

Dec. 25: re taking of usury by Sabbathkeepers 1T 534

Dec. 25: re JW’s condition LS 171-2, 175

Dec. 25: re wrong course of Eld. F 1T 620

—: re believers who spoke lightly of Battle Creek 1T 526

1866, —: re adversity brought by God to cleanse His people 2T 155

[1867], —: re conversations in Battle Creek homes criticizing JW and EGW 1T 573-4

[March]: re procession of people parading around her house in Battle Creek to confiscate her goods 1T 578

[spring]: re her being clothed in ragged and filthy garments 1T 579-80

—: re the small number of people professing truth who will be saved 1T 608

—: re grove of evergreens 1T 632

—: re opposing armies engaged in painful struggle 1T 646

1868, Feb. 5: re cutting out garments from white cloth LS 183-4; 2T 10-1; 5T 657

—: re certain persons in Tuscola Co., Mich. 2T 14

[February]: vision revived in dream for, re certain persons in Tuscola Co., Mich. 2T 14

June 12: re Bro. J 2T 156

June 12: re Bro. and Sr. N 2T 165

June: re Bro. L’s need to correct his ways 2T 253

June 12: re danger of God’s people in looking to JW and EGW instead of Christ 2T 118-9

[June 12]: re Bro. O and dangers facing youth 2T 288

June 12: re great work that might be done in bringing souls to knowledge of truth 2T 113

June 12: re great work to be done to prepare people for second advent 2T 116

June 12: re love of world taking place of love for God 2T 183

June 12: re Bro. H and close business dealings 2T 152

June 12: re publication of personal Testimonies 2T 112; 5T 659

June 12: re sad mental state of Sr. B 2T 323

June 12: re Sr. O 2T 179

June: re duties of Bro. and Sr. R 2T 296

June: re P’s failure to make spiritual advancement 2T 291, 293

June: re stubbornness of Sr. K 2T 247

[summer]: re selfish and grasping disposition of Bro. A and wife 2T 542, 553

August: re large body of believers traveling on narrowing way LS 190-3; 2T 594-7

Oct. 2: re great and solemn work of warning world of coming judgment 2T 334

Oct. 2: re state of God’s people 2T 439

October: re many believers doing nothing who might be accomplishing good 2T 250

[Oct. 25]: re Bro. M’s lack of unselfish spirit at Health Institute 2T 8, 411

[Oct. 25]: re Bro. P’s failure to exercise true self-government 2T 8, 424-5

Oct. 25: re Bro. R’s evil thoughts, unlawful desires, and violation of God’s commandments 2T 300

Oct. 25: re extreme course pursued by B and C re health reform 2T 377

Oct. 25: re fact that all professing to be called to teach truth were not qualified to do so 2T 498

Oct. 25: re failure of ministers to bear responsibility LS 194; 3T 13 [1869 in this and the next case is apparently in error.]

Oct. 25: re JW’s health and burdens LS 194-5; 3T 13-7

—: re man of dictatorial spirit 2T 320

—: re orphan boy’s faults 2T 307

1870, —: re God’s cause in Bordoville, Vt. 3T 116, 118

—: re ministers, especially Bro. A 2T 539

4. From 1871 to 1880

1871, Apr. 30: re Bible surrounded by “Testimonies for the Church” LS 197-202; 2T 604-9; 5T 664-8

Dec. 10: re dangers of Bro. K and his unwholesome influence 3T 212

Dec. 10: re dangerous condition of Bro. E and his sisters 3T 39

Dec. 10: re deplorable state of God’s cause in New York State 3T 48

Dec. 10: re God’s purpose for His people to accomplish a great work through truth LS 203; 3T 202

Dec. 10: re great hindrances to Sr. N’s recovery of health 3T 67

Dec. 10: re health reform as branch of God’s work to fit people for second advent 3T 161

Dec. 10: re heavy burdens borne by JW 3T 85-9

Dec. 10: re serious defects in Bro. S’s character 3T 243

December: re dangers and temptations of two sons of Bro. O 3T 221

1872, Dec. 10: re spiritual state of Bro. K’s family 4T 104

1874, [Apr. 1]: re instrumentality of press in giving third angel’s message to world LS 208-10

Apr. 1: re plans for gospel work in large cities LS 208; 7T 34

— re deficiencies of ministers 3T 459

—: re God’s work in California 3T 434

—: re signing of temperance pledge Te 200-2

1875, Jan. 3 4T 271

Jan. 3: re duty of God’s people not to relax watchfulness for one moment 3T 570

Jan. [3]: re failure of Brn. M to grow in spirituality 4T 118

Jan. 3: re failure to realize perils attending God’s people at every step 3T 560

Jan. 3: re great work to be done for God’s people in California 4T 227

Jan. [3]: re hindrances to spiritual prosperity of church 4T 247

Jan. 3: re important work of pub. house, school, and Health Institute 3T 468

Jan. 3: re printing of truth in Australia LS 283

Jan. 3: re pub. house at Basel, Switz. LS 282

Jan. 3: re wide diversity in dress reform that was injury to cause of truth 4T 637

Sept. 12: re distribution of SDA literature CH 465-6; LS 216-7

[1876], —: re beehives of industry in God’s work WM 112

1878, June: re many things concerning which silence was enjoined upon her 4T 291

[June]: impressed vividly re extent of of God’s work—while speaking in Oregon LS 232; 4T 291

[June]: re JW healthy and happy in meeting at Battle Creek church LS 232

[June or July]: re state of things in Battle Creek church, Battle Creek College, Battle Creek Sanitarium, Review and Herald Publishing House, God’s work in Europe, England, Oregon, Texas, and in other new fields 4T 321

[June or July]: re things unfavorable to prosperity of cause of truth in Texas 4T 321

[June or July]: re young churches of New England Conf. in danger of blighting influence of false sanctification LS 237; 4T 299

[July]: re remarkable manifestation of God’s power 4T 291

[Oct. 9]: re danger of God’s people becoming assimilated to world 4T 306

[Oct. 9]: re many things LS 238; 4T 302

Oct. 9: re position that Battle Creek Sanitarium should occupy 4T 545

Oct. 9: re gospel work in northern Europe Ev 419

1879, Oct. 23: re coming judgment LS 241; 4T 384

Oct. 23: impressive Test. given to, re Battle Creek church 5T 63

Oct. 23: re JW, commending his fidelity LS 242-3

Nov. 23: re SDA institutions and leading men in them MM 35; 4T 537

—: given view of rooms in pub. house 4T 453

—: re deplorable condition of God’s cause in Iowa 4T 430

—: re need of college for training SDA youth 4T 419

1880, —: re security of God’s people in this time of peril LS 324; TM 465

5. From 1881 to 1890

1881, [September]: re God’s people in Michigan 2SM 26-7; 5T 62, 63-7

[winter]: re conversations in homes in Battle Creek 5T 68

winter: re words said in councils at Battle Creek 5T 68

—: re rise and progress of cause of present truth 4T 591

1882, early: re meetings for investigation in Battle Creek 5T 59

1886, Sept. 29: re gathering berries GW 136-9

[1887, February]: re woman complaining of thorns in flower garden SC 116-7

—: re Bro. M’s desire to leave right ship and sail on worm-eaten and deceptive one 5T 571-3

[1889], —: re believers who regard Testimonies as merely her opinions 5T 687-8

1890, Nov. 3: re danger in adopting worldly policy in SDA institutions LS 319; 2SM 193; TM 460

Nov. 3: re council held in Battle Creek LS 319-30; TM 460-71

[Nov. 3]: re council meeting discussing American Sentinel CW 96-7; LS 328; TM 469

Nov. [3]: re wages and miss. spirit 2SM 193-4

6. From 1891 to 1900

1893, —: re A. T. Jones presenting subject of faith and imputed righteousness of Christ by faith 1SM 377

—: re council meeting re gospel work in large cities Ev 497-8

[1894, February]: re subject of education FE 310, 327

—: re bicycle craze in Battle Creek 8T 51

1896, [1894, February]: instructing her to write to family in Africa for funds to build school in Australia CS 264-5; LS 362-7

July 9: re seeming conversation with JW re establishment of school at Cooranbong, N.S.W. LS 360-2

[1897, August]: re believers planning for camp meeting 6T 35-6

—: re school in Australia 6T 181

[1898, October]: re instruction for Bible workers 6T 58

closing days of: re disposition of school lands 6T 184

[Dec. 23]: re need of receiving Spirit 1SM 109-11

[December]: re schoolroom in church basement GW 435; 6T 108-9

1900, January: re erroneous theories and methods brought into camp meeting 2SM 37

April: re amusements at Australian school CT 348, 350

7. From 1901 to 1915

1901, [Feb. 15]: re need of SDA to cultivate love, patience and true courtesy 7T 127

August: re need of establishing sanitarium outside of city limits of Los Angeles, Calif. 7T 85-6

[Sept. 25]: that at present principal efforts of SDA should not be made for China or other fields similar to China 8T 87

—: re need of evangelistic work in New York City 9T 137

winter: re need of gospel work in New York City and other cities of USA 7T 54-5

winter: re impending destruction of great cities LS 413; 9T 12

winter: re need of vegetarian restaurant in Brooklyn, N.Y., and other places 7T 54-5

[1902], —: re man holding vessel filled with beautiful fruit Ev 281-2

—: re need of health restaurants and treatment rooms in San Diego and other tourist resorts of southern California 7T 55

—: re plans for med. work discussed by council meetings CS 281

winter: re properties suitable for med. work near Los Angeles, Calif. CH 231-2

—: re San Fernando Academy CT 212

—: re sanitarium located in country 7T 78

—: re SDA restaurant in San Francisco, Calif. 7T 121

[1903], —: re crisis caused by Living Temple 1SM 202, 204-5

[summer]: re ship meeting iceberg in fog 1SM 205-6

autumn: re property for sanitarium at Loma Linda, Calif. LS 405; 9T 173

1904, [February]: re company filled with vanity and conceit 1SM 81

[July 2]: re balls of fire destroying supposedly fireproof buildings 9T 28

[July 2]: re two maps of world 9T 28-9

September: re growth and unity in Christ 9T 184

[September]: received message re gospel work among Germans and Scandinavians in USA 9T 195

—: re meeting discussing circulation of The Watchman CW 135

—: re young men singing “Almost Persuaded” Ev 503

1905, [July 1]: re unwise investment in worldly speculation CS 242-3

1906, Apr. 16: re buildings, pleasure resorts, theaters, hotels, and wealthy homes shaken and shattered to ruins LS 407-9; 1SM 24; 9T 92-3

Apr. 17: re importance of obeying God’s law LS 408-9; 9T 93-4

Aug. 24: re balls of fire destroying supposedly fireproof buildings Ev 29; WM 136-7

—: re present truth and present duty 1SM 31

1907, Mar. 2: re council meetings in which SDA book work was discussed 9T 66-7

Mar. 2: re SDA publications on present truth and small effort made to circulate them 9T 65-7

Mar. 2: re singing of angels 9T 66

1908, —: re Bro. and Sr. L reaching wrong conclusions in studying Scriptures and Testimonies 2SM 44-6

1911, Aug. 26: re mammoth tent packed with people CG 555

1913, —: great work of revival in many places ChS 42; 2SM 402; TM 515

8. Of approximate dating

circa 1848: given view of other worlds EW 39-40

circa 1848: re world with seven moons EW 40

circa 1854: re train of cars traveling with lightning speed EW 88, 263

circa 1868: re Nathan Fuller’s licentiousness 2T 439, 449; 5T 138

circa 1868: re three men guilty of immorality 5T 138

circa 1869: re Bro. O’s spiritual danger 2T 687

circa 1875: re man with unruly temper 4T 93

circa 1875: re Bro. N’s defects of character and self-exaltation 4T 125

circa 1875: re woman whose trials at home were caused by her freedom of speech 4T 134

circa 1876: re things past, present, and future 4T 371

circa 1879: re sad spiritual condition of Battle Creek Sanitarium CH 412

circa 1882: re dwellings erected in Battle Creek 5T 188

circa 1885: re worldly-mindedness of Bro. and Sr. P 5T 430

circa 1888: re believers in Oakland, Calif. 5T 532

circa 1888: re Sr. C and her wayward daughter 5T 505

circa 1888: re spiritual condition of Bro. and Sr. B and their being ashamed of their SDA affiliations 5T 501

circa 1900: re company of SDA advising SDA to hide their banner in their institutions 6T 144

circa 1900: re One speaking to brethren in meeting 6T 56-7

circa 1900: re workmen about to leave building unfinished 6T 72

circa 1901: re work to be done for God in cities of Southern States of USA 7T 231

circa 1901: re confessions in assembly in Battle Creek Tabernacle 8T 104-5

circa 1902: re need of keeping ministers free from business matters 7T 246

circa 1904: re neglect of gospel work in Southern States of USA 8T 60-1

circa 1904: re two armies in terrible conflict 8T 41-2

circa 1908: re world perishing while God’s people are asleep Ev 32

circa 1909: re Christ’s sufferings for man 9T 101-2

circa 1909: re great reformatory movement among God’s people 9T 126

9. Of unknown date

very early in her ministry: re jets of light illuminating world 1SM 76

before 1860: re lack of judgment in case of Sr. Prior’s need of med. aid 2SG 134-5

before 1861: re wrongdoing of H and I in State of New York 1T 233-4

before 1864: re history of holy men of old 3SG 5

before 1867: re John Matteson’s case 1T 599

before 1869: re sinful man who sought healing by prayer 2T 350

before 1870; re Bro. N’s interest in gathering earthly treasure 2T 678, 686

before 1873: re Bro. B’s unfortunate stamp of character 3T 304

before 1873: re words spoken by young minister 3T 307

before 1888: re conflict between good and evil GC 10

before 1892: re judgment day CG 560-1

before 1896: re two Bible workers connected with tent effort Ev 457-8

before 1896: re unsuccessful evangelistic effort Ev 457-8

before 1899: re assembly discussing textbooks used in SDA schools CT 458

before 1900: re large company discussing education 6T 162

before 1902: re free use of nuts in health foods 7T 126

before 1902: re God’s work for Negroes in Southern States of USA 7T 223-4

before 1903: re angel with fiery sword stretched over Battle Creek 8T 97

before 1904: re indifference of remnant church to world’s needs 8T 24

before 1909: re destruction of supposedly fireproof buildings in New York City 9T 12-3

—: re danger that follies of Israel in Samuel’s time will be repeated among God’s people today TM 464

10. Her condition in vision 2SG 292-3; 1SM 36-7

did not breathe LS 112

inquiries re, answer to 1SM 36-7

lost to everything around her LS 320

taken out of and away from herself to other places LS 319

wept aloud while dreaming 1T 578

wings given her EW 39

11. Miscellaneous

angel attended her in EW 14, 20, 32, 37, 45, 76-7, 88; LS 64, 91, 100, 118-9; 2SG 37, 55; 1T 70, 346, 584, 616; 5T 68

as dependent on Spirit in relating or writing vision as in having it 2SG 292-3; 1SM 36-7

attitude of many believers toward 1T 328

careless and erroneous reports re, warning against 5T 692

families and individuals seen in LS 177

fanatics spiritualized away 2SG 73

first: corrected error of shut-door doctrine held by Millerite Adventists 1SM 63

given in December of 1844 EW 13

not given until after passing of time in 1844 LS 64, 104; 1T 58, 73; 5T 654; 8T 237

when she was 17 years old EW 20; 2SG 36; 1T 62

given her from God 1SM 33

God communicated with her through 5T 685-6

God spoke through 1SM 40

God’s cause protected by, from dangers threatening it 5T 685

have no weight with unbelievers 1T 119-20

history of hundreds of cases of individuals presented in 5T 685

human faces seen in, that she had never beheld before 1SM 27; 2T 540; 5T 65, 671

which she recognized in public later 1SM 27; 2T 540; 3T 123; 5T 65, 671

interesting scenes passed before her in 1T 659

joined in singing of angels in, in 1850 EW 66

life and character of different persons shown in 5T 20, 678

light is given by GW 302-3

many Millerite Adventists reluctant to accept 1T 71

many people ascribed, to mesmerism EW 21-2

matter shown in, 20 different times Ev 684

music of heaven heard in 1T 146; 9T 66

no setting of definite time seen in 1T 72-3

noble young man often seen in CH 465; LS 208

not at liberty at times to relate certain things seen in 5T 68

past, present, and future opened in 1SM 27; 5T 64-5, 671

perils shown in, thickening about remnant in last days TM 464

professed belief in, that acts contrary to them 1T 234

scope of things shown in 1SM 36

singing of angels heard in 1T 146; 9T 66

some, to be kept secret until events foreshown have developed 5T 68

some messages given in, several times 5T 688

Spirit brought clearly before, things previously shown her in vision LS 175-6; 1SM 37; 1T 659; 2T 14, 103; 5T 685

Spirit fell upon, when she had her first vision EW 14

Spirit frequently came upon, while she was speaking to people 5T 20, 677-8

Spirit later recalled or revived for her things shown in 1SM 36; 2T 103; 5T 685

in dream 2T 14

like flash of lightning later LS 175-6; 1SM 37

while she was writing Great Controversy CM 128

while she wrote them out 2SG 292-3; 1SM 37

Spirit opened to mind of, great truths of God’s word GC 11

tall young man of noble appearance often seen in, instructed her CH 465; LS 208; Te 200

things of private nature seen in LS 177

things opened in, as to no other person then living LS 202

unfounded reports re, beware of 5T 692-4

unguarded statements re 2SM 21, 96

view of needs and errors of God’s people was shown in 5T 661

while in private prayer 2SG 57

why, had not been frequent in 1855 1T 119

workings of powers of darkness laid open clearly in 5T 573

wrong use made of 1T 382-4

White, Emma L.

White, Emma L., wife of James Edson White LS 235, 239-40, 255; 4T 296, 303-5; 8T 131

parents of, afflicted with fever in 1878 LS 240; 4T 305

EGW’s daughter-in-law LS 235, 239; 4T 296, 303-4

White, Henry

White, Henry, quoted GC 273

White, Henry Nichols

White, Henry Nichols

1. Biographical data

2. Miscellaneous

1. Biographical data

born at Gorham, Maine, on August 26, 1847 LS 105; 2SG 87; 1T 82

healed of sickness in answer to prayer in winter of 1847-8 LS 106-7; 2SG 89-90; 1T 84

with parents at home of Stockbridge Howland at Topsham, Me., in 1847 2SG 90

with Clarissa Bonfoey at Middletown, Conn., in summer of 1848 LS 110; 2SG 96, 104

when ten months old 2SG 96

healed of sickness in answer to prayer in summer of 1848 2SG 104-6

traveled with parents in 1848 2SG 106-7

left with Howland family at Topsham, Me., in 1848 2SG 107-8

when one year old 2SG 107

at Topsham, Me., in spring of 1850 LS 131; 2SG 128

when two years and eight months old 2SG 128

died at Topsham, Me., on Dec. 8, 1863 LS 165-6, 252-3; 2SM 258-9; 1T 103

at age of 16 LS 165-6; 2SM 258; 1T 103

2. Miscellaneous

dying words of 2SM 258, 274

five years with Howland family LS 120, 165; 2SG 3, 108, 211; 1T 102

gift of 10 cents by, to needy person WM 325

sweet singer LS 165-6; 1T 103

White, James

White, James

1. From 1845 to 1850

2. From 1851 to 1860

3. From 1861 to 1870

4. From 1871 to 1880

5. 1881

6. Miscellaneous

Supplement

1. From 1845 to 1850

[1845], —: Ellen Gould Harmon first met, at Orrington, Me. LS 73; 2SG 38; 1T 65

spring: visited Stockbridge Howland at Topsham, Me. LS 74-5; 2SG 42-3

—: fanaticism met by, at Claremont, N.H. LS 77-84, 133; 2SG 46-7

—: at Portsmouth, N.H. 2SG 65-6

1846, Aug. 30: married to Ellen G. Harmon LS 97; 2SG 83; 1T 75

autumn: Sabbath observance begun by 1T 75

November: attended conf. at Topsham, Me. LS 97-8; 2SG 83; 1T 79

—: with EGW’s parents at Gorham, Me. LS 98-9; 2SG 83-4; 1T 80

—: at Topsham Me. 2SG 85; 1T 80

1847, February: at Portland, Me. LS 99; 2SG 85; 1T 80

February and March: attended meetings New Bedford and Fairhaven, Mass. LS 99-100

February: at Boston, Mass. LS 99; 2SG 85; 1T 80

Mar. 14: at Gorham, Me. LS 99

Mar. 14: letter written by, at Gorham, Me. LS 99

Apr. 3: at meeting in Topsham, Me. LS 100

Aug. 26: son Henry Nichols born to, at Gorham, Me. LS 105; 2SG 87; 1T 82

October: set up housekeeping in Stockbridge Howland’s home in Topsham, Me. LS 105, 107; 2SG 87-8; 1T 82

—: hauled stone on railroad but could not collect wages CS 303; LS 105; 2SG 87; 1T 82

—: chopped wood at 50 cents a day LS 105; 2SG 88; 1T 82

—: suffered severe pain in his side constantly LS 105; 2SG 88; 1T 82

—: poverty and trials endured by CS 303; LS 105-8; 2SG 87-90; 1T 82-4

—: decided to follow wherever God would lead LS 107; 2SG 90; 1T 84

1848, [early]: lived at Topsham, Me. LS 107; 2SG 91; 1T 84

April: visited Otis Nichols at Dorchester, Mass. LS 107; 2SG 91; 1T 84

Apr. 20: at Middletown and Rocky Hill, Conn. LS 107-8; 2SG 91-3; 1T 84-5

[April]: letter of, to Stockbridge Howland LS 108; 2SG 93

Apr. 20-21: attended conf. in Stephen Belden’s unfinished house at Rocky Hill, Conn. LS 107-8; 2SG 91-4; 1T 84-6

—: suffered from dyspepsia LS 109; 2SG 94; 1T 85; 3T 318

[June-July]: mowed grass at 87½ cents an acre LS 109-10; 2SG 94, 96, 115; 1T 85-6, 88; 3T 318

July 2: at Rocky Hill, Conn. LS 108-10; 2SG 93-4; 1T 85-6

July 2: letter of, to Stockbridge Howland LS 109-10; 2SG 94; 1T 85-6

July 23: at Rocky Hill, Conn. 2SG 94-5

July 23: letter of, to Stockbridge Howland 2SG 94-5

Aug. 13-14: visited D. Moody at New York City LS 110; 2SG 96-7

Aug. 18, attended conf. in David Arnold’s barn at Volney, N.Y. LS 108, 110-1; 2SG 93-4, 97-9; 1T 85-6

August: visited Bro. Snow at Hannibal, N.Y. LS 112

Aug. 26: letter of, to Bro. Hastings LS 112

Aug. 27-30: attended conf. in Hiram Edson’s barn and stayed at Port Gibson, N.Y. LS 111-2; 2SG 99; 1T 86

August: visited Bro. Harris at Centerport, N.Y. LS 112-3; 2SG 99-100

August: in Madison Co., N.Y. LS 114-5; 2SG 101

[Sept. 1-2]: visited Bro. Ira Abbey at Brookfield, N.Y. LS 114-5; 2SG 101-2

September: attended meetings in home of D. Moody at Brooklyn, N.Y. 2SG 103

[September]: returned to Middletown and Rocky Hill, Conn. LS 116 (footnote); 2SG 104; 1T 86-7

October: at Hartford, Conn. 2SG 106

[Oct. 20-22]: attended conf. at Topsham, Me. LS 116 (footnote)

[October]: at Portland, Me. 2SG 107

November: at Dorchester, Mass. LS 116 (footnote), 125; 2SG 106

November: instructed to begin to publish little paper LS 116 (footnote), 125; 2SG 115; 1T 88

1849, Jan. 5: at home of Albert Belden at Rocky Hill, Conn. EW 36; LS 116

February: visited Stockbridge Howland at Topsham, Me. LS 120-1; 2SG 108

February: visited Philip Collins at Dartmouth, Mass. LS 121; 2SG 108-9

—: visited Otis Nichols at Dorchester, Mass. LS 121; 2SG 109

March: visited Sr. Temple at Boston, Mass. LS 121-3; 2SG 109-10; 4T 300

March: visited Leonard Hastings at New Ipswich, N.H. LS 121-2; 2SG 109-13

March: visited Sr. Temple at Boston, Mass. LS 122-3; 2SG 113; 4T 300

March: returned to Dartmouth, Mass. LS 121; 2SG 109

Mar. 21-24: attended meeting at Topsham, Me. EW 42; LS 123

spring: attended meetings at Paris, Me. LS 123

spring: at Topsham, Me. LS 123

June: set up housekeeping in home of Albert Belden at Rocky Hill, Conn. LS 123; 2SG 113; 1T 87

early: attended meetings in New Hampshire and Maine LS 124; 2SG 113

summer: vision re, protected from cholera LS 124; 2SG 113-4

summer: at Rocky Hill and Middletown, Conn. LS 125-7; 2SG 114-6; 1T 87-8

summer: impressed to write and publish present truth 2SG 114-5; 1T 87-8

July: began to publish Present Truth at Middletown, Conn., eight miles from Rocky Hill LS 125-6; 2SG 114-6; 1T 88-9

July-September: Present Truth (Nos. 1-4) published by, at Middletown, Conn. LS 126

July 28: son James Edson born to, at Middletown, Conn. LS 127; 2SG 116; 1T 87

Sept. 14: attended meeting at Paris, Me. LS 127; 2SG 116-7

October-November: publishing work suspended by, while traveling LS 128

autumn: visited EGW’s parents at Gorham, Me. 2SG 117-8

autumn: attended meetings at Topsham, Me. LS 128; 2SG 118

October-November: attended meetings in New York State LS 128-9; 2SG 118-9

Nov. 3: attended conf. at Oswego, N.Y. 2SG 119

Nov. 13: attended meeting at Volney, N.Y. 2SG 119

Nov. 13: letter of, to Stockbridge Howland 2SG 119-20

winter: attended meeting at Lorraine, N.Y. 2SG 121-2

winter: at Volney, N.Y. 2SG 122

December: set up housekeeping at Oswego, N.Y. LS 128; 2SG 122

December: Present Truth (Nos. 5, 6) published by, at Oswego, N.Y. LS 128

1850, early: at Oswego, N.Y. LS 128-9; 2SG 111, 124

January-February: publishing work temporarily suspended by LS 128

early: attended meetings at Camden, N.Y. LS 129-30; 2SG 124-6

March: at Oswego, N.Y. LS 128-9

March-May: Present Truth (Nos. 7-10) published by, at Oswego, N.Y. LS 128

spring: attended meetings five weeks in Vermont and Maine LS 131, 135; 2SG 127; 2SM 26-7

spring: attended conf. at Sutton, Vt. LS 131-2; 2SG 127, 130; 2SM 26

spring: attended meeting at Melbourne, Quebec (Canada East) LS 132; 2SG 130; 2SM 26

spring: visited E. P. Butler LS 133-5

spring: fanaticism met by LS 133-5; 2SG 131-2

spring: attended meeting at Johnson, Vt. LS 133-4; 2SG 131-2, 144-5

spring: at North Brookfield, N.Y. LS 135; 2SG 132

spring and early summer: attended meeting at Oswego, N.Y. LS 135-6; 2SG 111, 133, 135

June: visited Bro. Hastings at New Ipswich, N.H. 2SG 111-3; 2SM 26

June: triumphed by faith and prayer over Satan’s efforts to destroy LS 136-7; 2SG 136-8

July: at Oswego, N.Y. LS 136-7; 2SG 135-6

summer: lived three months at home of Bro. Harris at Port Byron (Centerport), N.Y. LS 136-9; 2SG 136-40

[August]: publication of Advent Review monthly begun by, at Auburn, N.Y. LS 136-9; 2SG 136-40

—: sick with cholera LS 137; 2SG 138

[September]: Utica, N.Y. LS 139; 2SG 141-3

Sept. [23-29]: attended conf. at Sutton, Vt. EW 52; LS 139; 2SG 141-3

November: publishing work moved by, to Paris, Me. LS 136, 139-41; 2SG 143-4; 1T 89-90

November: lived in home of Bro. [Andrews] in Paris, Me. LS 139-41; 2SG 143-4

November: Present Truth (No. 11) published by, at Paris, Me. LS 136, 139-41; 2SG 143; 1T 89-90

November: Advent Review (No. 5) published by, at Paris, Me. LS 136, 139-41; 2SG 143-4; 1T 89-90

[November-December]: name of Present Truth was changed to Second Advent Review and Sabbath Herald by, first three issues of which were published at Paris, Me. LS 136, 139-41; 2SG 143; 1T 88-9

November: weakened by overwork LS 139-41; 2SG 143-4; 1T 89-90

November: suffered from dyspepsia 2SG 143

—: trials and sufferings of LS 140; 2SG 143-4; 1T 89-90

—: decision of, to suspend publication of Second Advent Review and Sabbath Herald LS 140; 2SG 147-8; 1T 89-90

—: Test. given to, to continue publishing paper LS 140-1; 2SG 148; 1T 89-90; 3T 9

2. From 1851 to 1860

[1851, January]: weakened by mental labor and privation 2SG 144-5

[January-June]: Review (Nos. 4-13) published by, at Paris, Me. LS 139-41; 2SG 143-4; 1T 89-90

[January]: at Boston, Mass. 2SG 144

[Jan. 8-9]: at New Ipswich, N.H. 2SG 144

[Jan. 11-12]: attended meeting at Washington, N.H. 2SG 144-5

[Jan. 18-19]: attended meetings at Waterbury, Vt. 2SG 144-5

January: suffered with severe cold in travels 2SG 144-5, 147

[January]: jealousy against 2SG 145-7

—: sick and discouraged 2SG 147-8

[January or February]: at Waitsfield, Vt. 2SG 146-7

[January or February]: at Granville, Vt. 2SG 146-7

[January or February]: attended meeting at Bethel, Vt. 2SG 147

[February-June]: at Paris, Me. LS 139-40; 2SG 147-9; 1T 89-90

—: at Topsham, Me. 2SG 149

[June 12]: attended meeting at Boston, Mass. LS 141; 2SG 149

[June 14-16]: attended meeting at Rocky Hill, Conn. LS 141; 2SG 149

[June]: at Oswego, N.Y. 2SG 149

[June]: visited Bro. Arnold at Volney, N.Y. 2SG 149

[June 18-23]: attended meeting at Camden, N.Y. LS 141; 2SG 149-50

[June]: visited Ira Abbey at Brookfield, N.Y. 2SG 150

[June]: attended meeting at Amsterdam, N.Y. 2SG 151

[June 27]: attended conf. at West Milton, N.Y. LS 141; 2SG 151-2

summer: lived several weeks at Ballston Spa, N.Y. LS 141; 2SG 152

August: set up housekeeping at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. LS 141; 2SG 151-2; 1T 90

August: at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. EW 6

August: wrote preface to first edition of Sketch of the Christian Experience and Views of Ellen G. White EW 5-6

August-December: Review (vol. 2, Nos. 1-9) published by, at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. LS 141; 2SG 152; 1T 90

[November]: attended meetings in Vergennes, Vt. 2SG 157-9

1852, January-March: Review (vol. 2, Nos. 10-14) published by, at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 1T 90

—: coughed incessantly LS 141; 2SG 152-3

Feb. 20: at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. LS 141

Feb. 20: letter of, to Stockbridge Howland re pub. work LS 141; 2SG 152

early in April: moved to Rochester, N.Y. LS 142-3; 2SG 156, 160-1; 1T 90

April: ten old chairs bought by, for $1.62 LS 142; 2SG 160; 1T 90

—: lived in house rented for $175 a year LS 142; 2SG 160; 1T 90

—: impoverished diet of LS 142; 2SG 160-1; 1T 90-1, 205

[May-December]: Review (vol. 3, Nos. 1-16) published by, at Rochester, N.Y. LS 142-3; 2SG 160-1; 1T 90

poverty of LS 142; 2SG 160; 1T 90, 205

[summer]: first printing press purchased by, for SDA pub. work LS 142; 8T 237

summer: toiled at Rochester, N.Y. LS 143-4; 2SG 165-6; 1T 205

summer: wrote articles on hat or lunch-box top for Review and Instructor while traveling LS 145; 2SG 167-8; 1T 91

—: books sold by LS 145; 2SG 167; 1T 91

—: promoted circulation of papers while preaching and traveling LS 145; 2SG 167; 1T 91

—: attended meetings in Vermont LS 145; 2SG 167-8

[Sept. 3-5]: attended meetings at Wolcott, Vt. 2SG 168, 170

[September]: visited Robert Harmon, Jr., in his last illness at Gorham, Me. LS 143; 2SG 161-2

[Sept. 25-26]: attended meetings at Bangor, Me. LS 144; 2SG 166

[Oct. 2-4]: attended meeting at Panton, Vt. 2SG 168

[Oct. 6]: returned to Rochester, N.Y. LS 146-7; 2SG 173

—: Anna and Nathaniel White came to live with LS 147; 2SG 173

1853, [January-May]: Review (vol. 3, Nos. 17-26) published by, at Rochester, N.Y. LS 146-7; 2SG 173-9

[May]: much afflicted LS 148; 2SG 179-80, 182-4

[May 20-22]: visited R. F. Cottrell at Mill Grove, N.Y. LS 148; 2SG 179-80

[May]: healed of high fever by prayer LS 148; 2SG 179; 1T 91

[May]: sustained by special prayer LS 148; 2SG 179-80; 1T 92

[May]: angel’s protection promised to, during trip to Michigan LS 148; 2SG 180; 1T 91

[May-June]: in Michigan LS 148-9; 2SG 179; 1T 91

[May 27-29]: attended meetings at Tyrone, Mich. LS 149; 2SG 182

[June 2]: attended meetings at Jackson, Mich. LS 149; 2SG 181

[June 7-9]: attended meetings at Bedford, Mich. LS 149-50; 2SG 182-3

[June]: illness of, at Bedford, Mich. LS 149; 2SG 182-3

[June 10]: lost in woods on way to Vergennes, Mich. Ev 448-9; LS 361-2

[June 11-12]: attended meetings at Vergennes, Mich. LS 149-50; 2SG 182-3

[June 18-19]: attended meetings at Sylvan, Mich. LS 149; 2SG 182

[June 21]: returned to Rochester, N.Y. LS 150; 2SG 183

—: feeble and troubled by aching head and cold feet LS 150; 2SG 183; 1T 92

—: book entitled Signs of the Times written by LS 150; 2SG 183-4; 1T 92

[Sept. 3-5]: attended conf. at Buck’s Bridge, N.Y. LS 150; 2SG 184

[Sept. 9-10]: attended conf. at Stowe, Vt. LS 150; 2SG 184

[Sept. 17-18]: attended conf. at Boston, Mass. LS 150; 2SG 184

[Oct. 7-8]: attended conf. at Dartmouth, Mass. LS 150; 2SG 184

[Oct. 15-16]: attended conf. at Springfield, Mass. LS 150; 2SG 184

[Oct. 21-23]: attended conf. at Washington, N.H. LS 150; 2SG 184

[Oct. 28-29]: attended conf. at New Haven, Vt. LS 150; 2SG 184

[November]: at Rochester, N.Y. LS 158

winter: at Rochester, N.Y. LS 151; 2SG 184; 1T 92

1853-54, winter: at Rochester, N.Y. LS 151-3; 2SG 184-8; 1T 92-4

1854, [spring]: in Michigan LS 153; 2SG 188; 1T 94

[May 10-12]: at Jackson, Mich. LS 153-4; 2SG 189-91; 1T 94-5

[May 23]: angel preserved, in train wreck near Jackson, Mich. LS 153-4; 2SG 189-91; 1T 94-5

[May]: visited Cyrenius Smith near Jackson, Mich. LS 154; 2SG 191

[May 26-June 4]: attended meetings in Wisconsin LS 153-4; 2SG 188-9, 191; 1T 94-5, 116

—: Stephenson (J. M.) and Hall (D. P.) opposed, in Wisconsin 1T 116-7

summer: in Rochester, N.Y. LS 154-5; 2SG 191-2

—: publishing workers boarded in home of LS 154; 2SG 191

—: home of, like hotel LS 165; 2SG 211

August: Messenger party attacked LS 155; 2SG 192; 1T 95

Aug. 29: son William Clarence born to, at Rochester, N.Y. LS 155; 2SG 192; 1T 95

1855, —: at Rochester, N.Y. LS 157-8, 164; 2SG 194-9, 211; 1T 97-8, 101

—: enfeebled and burdened with care LS 157-8, 164-5; 2SG 194-6; 1T 101

—: nervous system of, prostrated LS 157; 2SG 194; 1T 96

—: troubled with cough and soreness of lungs LS 157, 159; 2SG 194; 1T 96

—: proposed that pub. work be managed by pub. committee LS 164; 2SG 196

—: restoration of health of, EGW given vision re LS 158; 2SG 198-9; 1T 98

—: healed by prayer LS 158; 2SG 199, 202; 1T 98

—: experience of, in child management 2SG 212; 1T 102

[July-October]: Review (vol. 7, Nos. 1-9) published by, at Rochester, N.Y. 2SG 196

—: editor and proprietor of Review and Instructor 2SG 196

Aug. 26: Testimony warned, his health was in danger 3T 9-10

[November]: moved to Battle Creek, Mich. LS 157, 159; 2SG 197, 203; 1T 97, 100

—: owed between $2,000 and $3,000 LS 157; 2SG 197; 1T 97

—: lot acquired and house built by, with help of believers 1T 97

—: prayer three times a day for recovery of health of 1T 98

—: money loaned to, for establishing publishing work 2SG 205-6

Dec. 1: salary of, $4.09 per week 2SG 205

[December]: Review (vol. 7, Nos. 10-13) published by, at Battle Creek LS 157; 2SG 205; 1T 97

1856, May [23-27]: attended conf. in Battle Creek 2SG 207

[June 7-8]: attended tent meeting at Monterey, Mich. 2SG 210

—: returned to home in Battle Creek 2SG 211

—: debts paid by LS 159; 2SG 203; 1T 100-1

—: captivity of, turned LS 159; 2SG 203-6; 1T 100

—: pub. work turned over to pub. committee by, as property of church 2SG 205

November: attended conf. in Battle Creek LS 159; 2SG 203; 1T 100

November: healed wonderfully LS 159; 2SG 203-4; 1T 101

[Nov. 21-23]: attended meetings at Round Grove, Ill. LS 160; 2SG 214-7

Nov. 23: at Round Grove, Ill. 2SG 214

[mid-December]: attended meetings at Green Vale, Ill. 2SG 218

[Dec. 19]: crossed Mississippi River by sleigh 2SG 218-9

[Dec. 20]: spent Sabbath in hotel six miles from Dubuque, Iowa 2SG 219

[Dec. 24-Jan. 2, 1857]: attended meetings at Waukon, Iowa LS 160-1; 2SG 217, 219-22

1857, [January]: at Battle Creek LS 161; 2SG 221

spring: traveled in eastern part of USA 2SG 222

spring: attended meetings at Boston, Mass. 2SG 222

spring: returned to Battle Creek 2SG 222

Oct. 8: attended meeting at Monterey, Mich. 2SG 238-9

[October]: at Battle Creek 2SG 239

1858, spring: traveled in Ohio LS 161-2; 2SG 265; 1T 234

[Feb. 26-Mar. 3]: attended conf. at Green Springs, Ohio LS 161; 2SG 265

[Mar. 6-7]: attended conf. at Gilboa, Ohio LS 161; 2SG 265

[Mar. 13-14]: attended conf. at Lovett’s Grove, Ohio LS 161-2; 2SG 265-70

spring: took train at Freemont, Ohio 2SG 271

[Mar. 16]: at Jackson, Mich. LS 162-3; 2SG 271-2

June: attended conf. in Battle Creek, Mich. LS 163; 2SG 272

August: attended conf. at Crane’s Grove, Ill. 2SG 273, 295a

1860. Mar. [10-11]: at Tipton, Iowa 2SG 134

summer: discouragements brought upon 2SG 297-8; 1T 246-7

Sept. 20: son John Herbert born to LS 165; 2SG 294a; 1T 102-3, 244

[October]: plans of, to travel 2SG 294a; 1T 244

[October]: Spirit impressed, re plan to travel 1T 228, 244

—: fanaticism met by, at Mauston, Wis. 2SG 294a-5a; 1T 228-9, 244-5

[November]: at Mackford, Wis. 2SG 295a; 1T 245

[November]: presentiment of, that John Herbert was sick 2SG 295a; 1T 245

[November]: letter of, to EGW 2SG 295a; 1T 245

[November]: visited Bro. Wick’s near Round Grove, Ill. 2SG 295a; 1T 245

[November]: received telegram that son Herbert was seriously ill 2SG 295a; 1T 245

[December]: returned to Battle Creek, Mich. LS 165; 2SG 296

Dec. 14: son Herbert died LS 165; 2SG 296; 1T 102-3, 245-6

3. From 1861 to 1870

1861, —: at Battle Creek, Mich. LS 164; 1T 101

1861, editor and proprietor of Review [until it reached vol. 7, No. 9] LS 164; 2SG 196; 1T 101

editor of Youth’s Instructor 2SG 196

— : sole manager of pub. work until this year LS 164; 2SG 196; 1T 101

spring: led out in organizing and incorporating Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association in Michigan LS 164; 1T 101

—: restored to health 1T 101

[1862], —: sufferings of, caused by brethren 1T 319-21

1863, —: labors of, for SDA subject to military draft LS 167-8; 1T 518

—: health of, impaired by constant and excessive labor 1T 517-8

June 5: vision given to EGW indicating health and strength of, should be preserved 1T 517

June 6, heavy burdens borne by, Testimony re 3T 11-3

Dec. 8: son Henry Nichols died at age of 16 at Topsham, Me. LS 165-6; 1T 103

Dec. 8: at Topsham, Me. LS 165-6; 1T 103

1864, Dec. 13: at Battle Creek, Mich. LS 167

1865, [August]: at Battle Creek, Mich. LS 168-9

[Aug. 16]: stricken with paralysis LS 168-9; 2SM 306; 1T 103, 519, 573, 586, 595, 610; 3T 312, 501

[August-September]: sick at home five weeks LS 169

autumn: treated three months at Dansville, N.Y. LS 169-71; 1T 615-7

[autumn]: prayer three times a day for recovery of health of LS 170

Dec. 4-6: at Dansville, N.Y. LS 170-2

[Dec. 6]: at Rochester, N.Y., three weeks LS 171-2; 1T 581

December: brethren invited by, to pray for his recovery LS 171

[Dec. 25]: at Rochester, N.Y. LS 171-2, 175-6; 1T 583, 585

[Dec. 25]: vision given to EGW re condition of LS 171-2

[Dec. 25]: confession and repentance of, God had accepted 1T 613

1866, [Jan. 2]: returned to Battle Creek, Mich. LS 172

—: member of Battle Creek church 1T 570

—: sick at Brookfield, N.Y. 1T 593

Dec. 19: left Battle Creek LS 173; 2SM 306; 1T 103-4, 570, 609, 629

Dec. 19: stayed six weeks at home of Bro. E. H. Root in Wright, Mich. LS 173-4; 1T 103-4, 570-1, 610, 629

December: had been inactive 15 months LS 168-74; 1T 103-4, 570-2, 582

1867, Jan. 1-29: at home of E. H. Root in Wright, Mich. LS 173-4; 2SM 306-7; 1T 103-4, 570-2, 574-5, 610

—: health of, restored LS 174-5; 2SM 306-8; 1T 104, 568, 571; 3T 86

—: systematic benevolence promoted by 1T 572

[January]: wealthy man represented, as partially insane 1T 572

Jan. 29: left Wright and stayed several weeks at home of Bro. A. W. Maynard in Greenville, Mich. LS 174; 1T 575-6

[February]: labored at Greenville and Orleans, Mich. LS 174; 1T 575-6

[Mar. 6]: attended meetings at Orange, Mich. 1T 577

[Mar. 9-10]: attended meetings at West Windsor, Mich. 1T 578-9

[Mar. 13] : returned to Battle Creek LS 175; 2SM 308; 1T 577, 579

March: had been absent from Battle Creek three months 1T 579

Mar. 16: preached on “Sanctification” at Battle Creek LS 175; 1T 579

March: cold reception given to, at Battle Creek LS 175; 1T 579; 3T 86-7

Mar. 23: attended meeting at Newton, Mich. 1T 579

Mar. [30-31]: attended meeting at Convis, Mich. 1T 579

[Apr. 6]: attended meeting at Convis, Mich. 1T 579

[Apr. 13]: attended meeting at Convis, Mich. 1T 579

[Apr. 20-21]: attended meetings at Monterey, Mich. LS 175, 177; 1T 579, 583-4

[Apr. 23]: returned to Battle Creek, Mich. LS 175-7; 1T 579, 584-5

spring: false reports circulated against LS 175-7; 1T 573, 580-5, 595, 605

spring: confession of wrongs by 1T 583

spring: poverty caused, to sell furniture in Battle Creek 1T 582

—: attended meeting at West Windsor, Mich. 1T 592

[spring]: tried to sell home in Battle Creek 1T 595

—: built home in Greenville, Mich. 1T 592-3, 595-6, 599, 605, 675

—: attended meetings at Fairplains Mich. 1T 592-3

—: attended meetings at Orleans, Mich. 1T 592-3

[May]: observed Sabbath fast day at Orleans, Mich. 1T 593

[May 14-19]: attended Gen. Conf. at Battle Creek, Mich. 1T 593, 595-6, 605

[May]: season of prayer for, at Battle Creek 1T 596

[May 25]: at Greenville, Mich. 1T 595-6

—: teeth of, extracted because they caused him to suffer 1T 596

[June 14-16]: attended meetings at Orange Mich. 1T 596

[July 4-7]: attended meetings at Wright, Mich. 1T 572, 596

summer: attended meetings at Greenbush, Mich. 1T 596

[July 19-21, 27-28]: attended meetings at Bushnell, Mich. 1T 596

[summer]: at Greenville, Mich. 1T 596-7

July 15: letter to, from John Matteson re dream concerning him 1T 597-8

[Aug. 17-18]: attended meetings at Orange, Mich. 1T 599-600

[Aug. 21]: attended meetings at Greenbush, Mich. 1T 599-600

[Aug. 22-25]: attended meetings at Ithaca, Mich. 1T 599-600

summer: hardships endured by, in travel 1T 599-600

summer: at Ionia, Mich. 1T 600

Aug. 29: left Greenville, Mich. 1T 600

Aug. 29: attended meeting at Wright, Mich. 1T 600, 666

summer: travels of 1T 710-1

Aug. 29: letter from Hannah More to 1T 666-8

—: urged to return to Battle Creek, Mich. 1T 677

last of August: at Battle Creek, Mich. 1T 666, 675

—: efforts of, in behalf of Hannah More 1T 666-8

—: overburdened with care 1T 676

Sept. 7-8: attended meeting at Monterey, Mich. 1T 600

September: Loughborough’s (J. N.) dreams re 1T 602-4

Sept. 14-15: attended meetings at Battle Creek, Mich. 1T 604

September: attended evening meetings for first time in 20 months 1T 604

[Sept. 19-22]: attended meetings in Wisconsin 1T 604-5, 675

[Sept. 24-29]: attended meetings in Iowa 1T 606, 675, 680

Oct. 4: at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 1T 710

[October]: at Battle Creek 1T 606

[October]: called for council meeting at Battle Creek to investigate charges against him and wife 1T 606-12

October: wrongs confessed by, publicly and in Review 1T 606

October: integrity of, vindicated 1T 607-12

October: labors of, for Battle Creek church LS 178; 1T 608, 643

Oct. 21: church report vindicating, in Battle Creek 1T 609-12

October-November: attended meetings for seven weeks in Maine LS 178; 1T 643-4, 680

Oct. 26-27: attended meeting at Roosevelt, N.Y. LS 178; 1T 643-4

[Oct. 30]: attended meeting at Topsham, Me. LS 179; 1T 653

[Oct. 31-Nov. 3]: attended conf. at Norridgewock, Me. LS 178; 1T 643-4

November: fanaticism and rebellion met by LS 178; 1T 644

[Dec. 16-17]: attended meeting at Westbrook, Me. LS 179; 1T 653-4

[Dec. 19]: at Portland, Me. LS 179; 1T 653-4

[Dec. 19]: visited A. W. Smith at Manchester, N.H. 1T 654-5

[Dec. 20]: at Hillsborough, N.H. 1T 655

[Dec. 20-25]: attended meetings at Washington, N.H. LS 179-81; 1T 655-61

[Dec. 26]: at Bellows Falls, Vt. 1T 661

[Dec. 26]: at White River, Vt. 1T 662

[Dec. 26]: at St. Albans, Vt. 1T 661-2

[Dec. 27-29]: attended meeting at West Enosburgh, Vt. LS 181; 1T 653, 662-4

1868, [Jan. 2-7]: attended meeting at Adams Center, N.Y. LS 181; 1T 665-6

[Jan. 8-9]: spent several days at Rochester, N.Y. LS 182-3; 1T 666

[Jan. 11-12]: at Battle Creek, Mich. LS 182; 1T 666

Jan. 30: returned to Greenville, Mich. 1T 710

Feb. 1: at Greenville, Mich. LS 182; 1T 653, 666, 671; 2T 10, 12

Feb. 3: letter of, to Hannah More 1T 671

Feb. 5: at Greenville, Mich. 2T 10

Feb. 7: left Greenville, Mich. LS 185; 2T 12

[Feb. 7-9]: attended meeting at Alma, Mich. LS 185; 1T 689; 2T 12

—: books sold by, among churches 1T 689

Feb. 14-20: attended meetings at Tittabawassee, Mich. LS 185; 1SM 144-5; 2T 12-3

Feb. 18: report of, re Hannah More 1T 669

Feb. 20: letter to, from Hannah More 1T 671-4

[Feb. 21-24]: attended meeting at Vassar, Mich. LS 185; 1T 689; 2T 13-4

[Feb. 25]: attended meeting at St. Charles, Mich. 1T 689; 2T 14

[Feb. 26]: attended meeting at Tuscola, Mich. 1T 689; 2T 14

[Feb. 27]: attended meeting at Watrousville, Mich. 2T 14

[Feb. 29]: attended meeting at Tuscola, Mich. 2T 14-7

[Mar. 5]: at Greenville, Mich. LS 185-8; 2T 17-22

[March]: Seneca King injured and under care of LS 185-6; 2T 18

Apr. 18-19: at Greenville, Mich. LS 188; 2T 22

Apr. 25-26: attended meetings at Wright, Mich. LS 188; 2T 22

May 2: attended meeting at Monterey, Mich. LS 188-9; 2T 22-3

[May 3]: attended meetings at Allegan, Mich. LS 189; 2T 23

[May 9-10]: attended meetings at Monterey, Mich LS 189; 2T 23

[May 12-18]: attended Gen. Conf. at Battle Creek LS 189; 2T 23

[June]: special care had been given to, by EGW during 18 months since December of 1866 1SM 306-8

June 12: people of God in danger of relying too much on 2T 118-21

1869, autumn: labors of, to rescue Health Institute from debt 3T 173-6

Oct. 25: health and burdens of, Testimony re LS 194-5; 3T 13-7

1870, —: attended 12 camp meetings 3T 16

—: labors of, to improve Health Reformer, Instructor, and Review 3T 16

[June 23-27]: attended camp meeting in Minnesota 3T 16

[Sept. 1-6]: attended camp meeting in Maine 3T 16

[Oct. 13-19]: attended camp meeting in Kansas CD 495; 3T 18, 91

[Oct. 20-Nov. 5]: attended camp meeting in Missouri 3T 16

autumn: at Battle Creek 3T 18-9, 91

Nov. 8: statement by, re teaching of health reform CD 495-8

autumn: found much unfinished work in office 3T 18-9, 91

4. From 1871 to 1880

1871, [Feb. 7]: attended Gen. Conf. in Battle Creek 3T 17

[February]: pleaded for release from burdens 3T 17-9

[June]: attended camp meetings in western USA 3T 17

July: at Battle Creek 3T 17

July: found much work accumulated at Battle Creek 3T 17

August: appeal read by, at camp meeting in New Hampshire 3T 18

Dec. 10: illness prevented, from accompanying EGW to Vermont 3T 85, 124

Dec. 10: heavy burdens borne by, Testimony re 3T 85-9

Dec. 10: change of work needed by 3T 85, 94

Dec. 10: vision given to EGW re, that he should write and lecture 3T 85-6

1872, —: health of, Testimony re 3T 9-21, 575

[1874], summer: labors of, in Michigan 3T 504

[1875], —: Test. re excessive labors of 3T 492-509

[1876], May: attended camp meetings in eastern USA LS 223

1877, May: request that, come to Battle Creek LS 219; 4T 271

May 11: left Oakland, Calif., for Battle Creek LS 219; 4T 271; Te 220

May: labored at Battle Creek LS 219; 4T 271-2; Te 220

May: all children of, in California 4T 271

May: plans for rest in Colorado put aside by LS 219; 4T 272

May: supervised planning of Battle Creek Sanitarium 4T 271-2

May: in danger of physical breakdown LS 219; 4T 272

June: labors of, at Battle Creek LS 219; 4T 272-4

Aug. 9-14: labored at Battle Creek LS 221; 4T 276

Aug. 18: preached at Battle Creek 4T 276

[Aug. 19]: worked excessively LS 224; 4T 277

[Aug. 20]: giddy and threatened with paralysis LS 224-5; 4T 277

[Aug. 22]: prayer for healing of LS 225; 4T 277

[Aug. 23]: at Battle Creek 4T 278

[Aug. 24]: at Boston, Mass. 4T 278

[Aug. 25-28]: attended camp meeting at Groveland, Mass. LS 225-7; 4T 278-82

—: despondent because of his illness 4T 282

[Aug. 27-28]: prayer for healing of LS 227-8; 4T 279, 281-2

[Aug. 28-Sept. 3]: at home of S. N. Haskell at South Lancaster, Mass. LS 227; 4T 282

[Sept. 7-10]: attended camp meeting in Vermont LS 227-8; 4T 282-3

Sept. 8: fasting and prayer for healing of 4T 283

[Sept. 10-17]: attended camp meeting New York State LS 228; 4T 283

[Sept. 18]: at Battle Creek LS 228; 4T 283

[Oct. 1-8]: at Battle Creek LS 228; 4T 283

[Oct. 22-30]: attended camp meeting at Lansing, Mich. LS 228; 4T 283

[October-December]: in California LS 228-9; 4T 283

last months of: labored little in California LS 228-9; 4T 283-4

1877-78, winter: at Healdsburg, St. Helena, Vacaville, and Pacheco, Calif. 4T 284

1878, winter and spring: in California LS 229; 4T 284

spring: treated at Battle Creek Sanitarium LS 229; 4T 284

summer: recuperating at Walling’s Mills, Colo. LS 235-6; 4T 297-8

Aug. 5: EGW joined, at Walling’s Mills, Colo. LS 235; 4T 297 [“Monday Aug. 8,” appears to be a clerical error; actual date was Monday, Aug. 5.]

Aug. 11-12: at Boulder City, Colo. 4T 297-8

Aug. 13: at Walling’s Mills, Colo. 4T 297-8

summer: temporary mountain home of, at Walling’s Mills, Colo. LS 235; 4T 297

August: family of (except son Edson), together in Colorado LS 235; 4T 297-8

Aug. 19: at Walling’s Mills, Colo. 4T 298

[Aug. 19]: letter to, from S. N. Haskell LS 236; 4T 298

Oct. 2-14: attended Gen. Conf. at Battle Creek, Mich. LS 238; 4T 301-2

[Nov. 1-5]: attended camp meeting at Sherman, Kan. LS 240; 4T 304-5

Nov. 6-7: at Dallas, Tex. LS 240; 4T 305

[Nov. 7-12]: visited Bro. McDearman at Grand Prairie, Tex. LS 240; 4T 305

Nov. 12-19: attended camp meeting at Plano, Tex. LS 240; 4T 305

[November-December]: at Denison, Tex. 2SM 299

1879, Oct. 23: EGW vision re, commending his fidelity LS 242-3

5. 1881

1881, spring and early summer: at home in Battle Creek LS 247; 1T 106

—: active and vigorous at age of 60 LS 247; 1T 105

—: anxiety of, for institutions at Battle Creek LS 248; 1T 106-7

—: most devoted to publishing work LS 248-9; 1T 107

July 23-24: attended tent meeting at Charlotte, Mich. LS 249-50; 1T 107-8

July 23-24: took cold LS 250-1; 1T 107-8

[July 30]: at Battle Creek LS 250; 1T 108-9

[July 30]: prayer of, with EGW in grove near home LS 250-1; 1T 108-9

[Aug. 1]: taken ill with severe chill LS 251; 1T 109

[Aug. 1-6]: last illness of LS 251; 1T 109-10

[Aug. 2]: taken to Battle Creek Sanitarium with chill LS 251; 1T 108-9

[Aug. 5]: prayer for, by EGW and other SDA leaders LS 251; 1T 109

[Aug. 6]: pledge of EGW to, just before his death 1SM 104-5

[Aug. 6]: died at Battle Creek LS 252; 1SM 104-5; 2SM 259, 267-9; 1T 105-12; 5T 67

[Aug. 13]: funeral of LS 253; 1T 110

[Aug. 13]: buried in Oak Hill Cemetery at Battle Creek LS 252; 1T 110

6. Miscellaneous

accusation that, influenced Testimonies given by EGW 1SM 26; 5T 63-4

accused erroneously of withholding Testimonies given by EGW 1SM 53

actions of, misconstrued 3T 509

affliction of, how SDA work was affected by LS 244

angels protected, in his travels LS 154; 2SG 190-1; 1T 95, 347

apparent severity sometimes used by 3T 86, 501

arrived once in Boston, Mass., at midnight and without means 1T 581

bold and fearless in acting and speaking LS 243

brother of See White, Nathaniel

burdens and trials of, as leader 3T 492-509

burden bearer for God since 1844 2SG 280

burdened and distressed 1T 319-20

burdened beyond his duty 2T 431

care and responsibility borne by, for publishing work 1T 320

censured fellow workers sometimes without best results 3T 86

chair bought for, at price of $15.00 1T 593-4

charged with cutting and slashing 1T 621

cherished darkness by living over unhappy past 3T 97-8

compared with Moses 3T 85

conscientious and yet independent 1T 320

consideration shown to the needy by 1T 677

constitution of, was naturally strong LS 247; 1T 75, 105

could not encircle God’s cause in his arms LS 246

course of, not perfect 3T 508

criticism by fellow workers wounded and grieved 3T 96

criticism’s effects upon 3T 92

criticized unjustly by brethren 3T 96, 501-3

dangerous protracted illness of 3T 9

despondent over his errors and mistakes 1T 614

devotion of: to building up God’s cause 3T 85

to institutional work LS 248-9

to third angel’s message 1T 246-7

discouraged and desponding at times 3T 261

discouraged by lack of support on part of brethren 1T 247

dissatisfied feelings indulged by 1T 614

doctrinal discourses given by 1T 75

duty of, to write and preach 3T 502

economy practiced by, in hotel and railway expense when traveling 4T 299

enjoyed deep experience in advent movement 1T 75

erred in dwelling on unpleasant past experiences 3T 97-8

erred in giving way to despondency 3T 292

erred sometimes in: giving too severe reproof 3T 508

murmurings 3T 508

erring mortal 2T 119

faithful in duty to widows and orphans LS 243

faithful servant of Christ 2SM 259

faithful to reprove wrong 1T 320

false accusations against 3T 89

false reports propagated against, on Pacific Coast of USA 3T 443

falsely accused of enriching himself at expense of God’s cause 3T 89

falsely charged with speculating 1T 236

favored voting for temperance men for positions of trust 2SM 337; Te 255

firm for the right regardless of consequences LS 243; 1T 320

God used, to build up His work LS 243

great light given to, on Bible subjects 3T 85

through Testimonies LS 242-3

greater mental ability of, after recovery from affliction LS 244

greatest curse that ever came upon 1T 557

grew gray in God’s service 3T 312-3

had masterly brain 2SM 306

had valuable experience and qualities 4T 609

health and life of, frequently endangered by his devotion to God’s cause 3T 85

health of, seriously impaired by close study at school and lecturing prior to marriage 1T 75

heaviest burden borne by, prior to organization of SDA 3T 501

heavy burdens borne by, in pioneer days 3T 9-10

how, rallied from paralysis three times 1T 105

inclined to: become discouraged and distrustful 3T 96

shrink from making efforts in accordance with his faith 1T 619-20

infirmity of, that displeased God 3T 97-8

interests of brethren were guarded jealously by LS 243

interests of many departments fostered by 4T 276

jealousy and faultfinding against, at Battle Creek 3T 312

judgment of, never regarded by EGW as infallible 1T 612

kept no personal accounts 1T 607

kind and helpful to the poor and needy LS 243

labors, hardships, and trials of LS 242-4; 3T 85, 501

laborer in advent movement LS 97

last public service conducted by LS 251; 1T 109

leader in early days of SDA Church 8T 237

lectured often at Brunswick, Me., in early years of his ministry LS 105; 2SG 88; 1T 82

led unenjoyable life 3T 501

lesson that, needed to learn more fully 3T 293

lessons learned by, in affliction 1T 614-5

liberal donations made by, to God’s cause LS 244; 1T 607

Life of William Miller (book) by, quoted GC 407

living as miracle of mercy LS 195; 3T 90-1

made counselor to God’s people 3T 317, 503

made timid by fear and anxiety re his own case 1T 620

man of: ardent temperament LS 243

business ability 3T 95

clear foresight 3T 95

clear thought and good judgment 1T 571

firmness and decision LS 243

ready judgment and clear discernment 3T 497

sound judgment and wisdom 1T 320

unbending integrity and noble courage LS 243

many people ready to censure 5T 46

married 35 (36) years AH 102; LS 247, 253; 2SM 259; 1T 105, 111 [Their marriage lacked 24 days of being 35 full years, but this period extended over 36 calendar years.]

means invested by, in Health Institute 1T 639-40

memory of, best way EGW could honor 1T 111

mental faculties of, God miraculously preserved LS 243

message of encouragement for LS 218

might have lived longer if other brethren had borne their part of burdens 5T 67

mistake of, in taking responsibilities others should have borne 3T 500-1

mistakes of, criticized by his brethren 3T 96

misunderstood by friends 3T 509

monument to, EGW refused to permit erection of broken shaft as 1SM 105

motives of, misunderstood 3T 509

murmuring against 3T 85-9

murmuring spirit indulged by, against brethren and God 1T 613-4

name of, listed under “Fidelity” in ledger of heaven LS 242

natural ability of leadership given to, by God 3T 89

need of, to come close to God 4T 609

nervous debility of, cause of 3T 503-4

often thrown into discouragement 3T 502

parents of See White, John

peculiar trials of 3T 95-6

pioneer pub.-house worker 2SM 225-6

pioneer SDA worker TM 24

pointed testimony borne by, against sin 1T 320; 3T 261

power given to, to form and execute plans with needed firmness LS 243

prayers of, for light and guidance 2SM 259

principle on which, labored as pub.-house worker 2SM 207

prompt in speech and action LS 244

prostrated and broken physically and mentally 1T 574

pub. work started by, in sacrifice CH 304; 2SG 204-5; 2SM 189, 191; 7T 206

under most discouraging circumstances 2SG 204

qualified by God for leadership 3T 89

qualified divinely for work of dealing faithfully with erring brethren 1T 612

quick to see and reprove wrong 1T 320

raised by God above dependence and want 2SG 282

relationship of, to God’s people was similar to that of Moses to Israel 3T 85

remarkable evidences given to, of God’s care, love, and power 3T 292, 505

responsibilities of, erroneous concept of 3T 493-4

in beginnings of SDA movement 3T 500-1

sacrificed himself for God’s cause 3T 85, 87

Satan attempted to destroy usefulness of 1T 346-7; 3T 11

seen in impressive dream 2T 596-7

sensitive and sympathetic 1T 320

sensitive to criticism by brethren 3T 97-8

severity of, brethren who criticized 3T 507

sick people given care by LS 147, 155-6, 185; 2T 18

sister of See White, Anna

62 cents paid by, for four old chairs without seating LS 142; 2SG 160; 1T 90

special qualifications given to, by God 3T 89

spirit of forgiveness needed to be learned by 3T 97

spoke impulsively sometimes 3T 501

spoke so as to give offense at times 3T 501

spoke unadvisedly sometimes under pressure of care 3T 86, 501

stood firm in defense of truth LS 242-4

stricken three times with paralysis LS 248-9; 1T 105, 107

struggle of, to make Review and Instructor meet expenses 2SG 205

successful instrument in God’s hands LS 243

temperance pledge signed by Te 202

temperance workers invited by, to his meetings Te 217

Testimonies of reproof given to, by EGW 5T 20

thought it wrong for him to spend time in social enjoyment 1T 519

three promising young men financially helped by 2SM 208

tokens of God’s love for 3T 505

too exacting toward persons who wronged him 1T 614

traits of, that often led him into difficulties LS 243

trials and burdens of, as gospel worker 2SG 280-2

unforgiving spirit of, against brethren who injured him 1T 613-4

viewed matters in exaggerated light at times 3T 502

voice of, not to be considered voice and judgment of Gen. Conf. 3T 493

wages of: $4.09 per week in December of 1855 2SG 205

$6.00 per week 2SM 189, 191

EGW helped by, in preparing matter for publication 1SM 50

EGW’s grammatical errors corrected by 1SM 50

EGW’s helper and counselor in sending out Testimonies 1SM 50

wicked crusade against, in Battle Creek 3T 311-313

willing to venture and risk something for God’s cause 1T 320

without money in Boston, Mass. 1T 581

words of, never regarded by EGW as inspired 1T 612

work of: galling sense of dependence hindered 2SG 206, 282

in building up institutions LS 244, 248; 3T 15; 4T 271-2

required closest attention, care, and mental effort 1T 320

self was mingled with, at times LS 243

work of three men done singlehanded by 1SM 105; 3T 16-7

work that God did not give to 3T 495

worked for years without wages 2SM 189

writer for Review 3T 12

writings of: God’s people helped by 3T 96-7

how people were affected by moods of 3T 96-7

tone of cheerfulness in 3T 96-7

young minister who was critical re 3T 305-6

zeal and devotion of, to God’s cause 3T 505

zeal of, led him to overwork at times to his injury 3T 88

Supplement

baptism preached about by 3SM 261:1

church paper needed more people than just PM 103:2

consolidation of institutions to be rejected by PM 141:3

counseled with responsible men when cause was young 3SM 25:3

criticism of, church paper to defend against 3SM 350:2

death and funeral of; his brother, John, present TDG 302

determination of; prayer for confidence RY 164:2

dreams of Ellen White about, after his death RY 161

editorial help from, for writings of Ellen White 3SM 90:0

interference with work of Ellen White not made by 3SM 67:1

less popular speaker than his wife VSS 399:1

publishing work begun with, in sacrifice PM 27:1

searched for truth with others after 1844 CET 192:3

sympathy of, for needy; especially ones who had helped PM 27:3

visions of Ellen White not controlled by 3SM 37:1

worked hard; Ellen White would not pray for return to life RY 164:1