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  • The Wreck of the Wild Wave
    Thurman Petty

    …of the Pitcairn group), using Captain J. N. Knowles’s personal journal to reconstruct an incredible story of survival and rescue. Eighteen years later, this same captain would return to his one-time island prison with the first Seventh-day Adventist literature for the inhabitants of Pitcairn.

  • The Miscellany of Pitcairn's Island
    Herbert Ford

    …in the Miscellany, the Pitcairn Island newspaper. Like the log of a ship, the Miscellany recorded objectively and in detail the day-to-day voyage of Pitcairn through the good and the bad, the almost superhuman struggles, the joys, the deprivations and adventures of the Pitcairn voyager-inhabitants.…

  • John Tay, Messenger to Pitcairn
    Sadie Owen Engen

    …Seventh-day Adventists know about the Pitcairn, a sailing vessel paid for by Sabbath School offerings from around the world in 1890. The ship sailed from Oakland directly to Pitcairn island. Why did the Seventh-day Adventists build, outfit, and send the Pitcairn across the ocean? In 1886 John Tay…

  • Island of Tears
    Herbert Ford

    …how much both books would change his life. Pitcairn Island, the final port of the infamous Bounty mutineers, became Tay’s goal and passion in life. Because of this passion and his own love for God, Tay pioneered Seventh-day Adventism on Pitcairn Island and throughout the islands of the South…

  • When God Calls, Expect Adventure
    Lester Hawkes, Brad Watson

    …for crocodiles, isolation, tribal fighting and amazing cultures. From coral-fringed Papua to the incredible Highlands of New Guinea and remote Pitcairn Island, Lester and Freda worked tirelessly to cure disease, relieve superstition and share their love of God as medical missionaries. Through it…

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  • The Ellen G. White Encyclopedia
    Denis Fortin, Jerry Moon, Jerry Allen Moon

    …vision* iceberg vision* San Francisco earthquake Places* Gorham, Maine* Graysville, Tennessee* Loma Linda Sanitarium* Oakwood Industrial School* Pitcairn People* Elizabeth Harmon Bangs—the twin sister that Ellen worked to bring into the faith* Fannie Bolton—the literary assistant who was…

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