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Ellen G. White: The Later Elmshaven Years: 1905-1915 (vol. 6), Table of Contents

Table of Contents 8
Abbreviations 9
Foreword 9
Chapter 1—Loma Linda, “Hill Beautiful” 11
Chapter 2—Meeting the Payments on Loma Linda 22
Chapter 3—Meeting Crises in Colorado 33
Chapter 4—Independence or Unity? 44
Chapter 5—1905 Closes With Battle Creek Issues 56
Chapter 6—The Year of the Earthquake 74
Chapter 7—Ellen White Comes to Her Own Defense 89
Chapter 8—On the Evangelistic Trail 104
Chapter 9—1907—At Home and in the Field 118
Chapter 10—Continuing in a Varied Ministry 130
Chapter 11—Bearer of Messages of Encouragement and Reproof 139
Chapter 12—When the Test Comes 145
Chapter 13—Through the Year 1908 165
Chapter 14—Finding a Site for Pacific Union College 176
Chapter 15—Attending the General Conference of 1909 189
Chapter 16—The General Conference Address on Health Reform 198
Chapter 17—The Long Trip Home 208
Chapter 18—America's Cities—The Great Unworked Field 219
Chapter 19—The Threat of Distracting Doctrinal Controversy 246
Chapter 20—Writing, Publishing, and Speaking 262
Chapter 21—Will Seventh-day Adventists Train Physicians? 270
Chapter 22—At 82—A Very Busy Year 291
Chapter 23—The 1911 Edition of The Great Controversy 302
Chapter 24—Inspiration and the 1911 Edition of The Great Controversy 322
Chapter 25—1911—A Year of Concentrated Book Preparation 338
Chapter 26—The Other Side of 1911 350
Chapter 27—Winding Down a Busy Life Program 360
Chapter 28—1913—Concerted Drive on Book Production 378
Chapter 29—Interludes in the Drive on Book Production 387
Chapter 30—1914—Ellen White's Eighty-seventh Year 402
Chapter 31—The Last Mile 418
Chapter 32—The Messenger of the Lord at Rest 432
Appendix A 449
Appendix B 453