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  1. 8. James White Article (DF 330)

    20. September 1845
  2. 9. James White Article (DF 330)

    11. October 1845
  3. 10. James White Article (DF 330)

    29. November 1845
  4. 12. The Law of Moses (DF 203)

    07. February 1846
  5. 17. Portland 1848

    1848
  6. 23. Portland 1850

    1850

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David Laceys Mother - b. c. 1786

Original Documentation About John White by the Justice of Pease (DF 701)

Baptist church, Dresden, New York. Miller preached first here, 1831

Letter of W. Miller to his Son Contemplating Marriage (DF 414)

A Tract, Showing That the Seventh Day Should Be Observed as the Sabbath, Instead of the First "According to the Commandment" (DF 390)

The Christian Experience of William E. Foy Together With the Two Visions He Received in the Months of January and February 1842 (DF 231)

Has not the Savior Come as the Bridegroom? (DF 158-C)

James White Article (DF 330)

James White Article (DF 330)

James White Article (DF 330)

The Opening Heavens or a Connected View of the Testimony of the Prophets and Apostles Concerning the Opening Heavens Compared with Astronomical Observations, and of the Present and Future Location of the New Jerusalem, the Paradise of God (DF 323)

The Law of Moses (DF 203)

To the Little Remnant Scattered Abroad (DF 68)

Second Advent, Way Marks and High Heaps or a Connected View, of the Fulfillment of Prophecy, by God's Peculiar People, from the Year 1840 to 1847. (DF 323)

The Seventh-day Sabbath, a Perpetual Sign, from the Beginning, to the Entering Into the Gates of the Holy City, According to the Commandment. (DF 323)

Home of Otis Nichols - In this Home St. White had her like Strams of ligh...

Portland 1848

A Vindication of the Seventh-Day Sabbath, and the Commandments of God: With a Further History of God's Peculiar People, from 1847 to 1848 (DF 323)

The Sabbath Conferences of 1848 (DF 465)

1848 Time to Commence the Sabbath (25-J-3)

Hymns for God's Peculiar People, That Keep the Commandments of God and the Faith of Jesus (DF 245)

A Seal of the Living God, A Hundred Forty-Four Thousand, of the Servants of God Being Sealed, in 1849 (DF 323)

Portland 1850

An Explanation of the Typical and Anti-Typical Sanctuary, by the Scriptures. With a Chart. (DF 323)

Funerals on Sabbath (25-J-6)

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