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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    Summary of Missions, Jan. 1, 1903

    The report of the Foreign Missionary Secretary, rendered Dec. 31, 1902, presents the work of the message as carried on outside the United States as follows:—GSAM 440.2

    The Australian Union Conference, made up of the conferences of Victoria, New South Wales, New Zealand, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and West Australia.GSAM 440.3

    The European General Conference, composed of the German Union Conference, West German, East German, South German, Holland and Flemish Belgium, Austro-Hungary, and Balkan States, German Swiss, South Russian, North Russian, and Middle Russian.GSAM 440.4

    The Scandinavian Union Conference, consisting of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland.GSAM 440.5

    The British Union Conference, embracing North England, South England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.GSAM 441.1

    The French Latin Union Conference, comprising the French-Swiss, France, and Italy.GSAM 441.2

    The Oriental Mission, comprising Egypt, Syria, and Turkey.GSAM 441.3

    The South African Union Conference, comprising Cape Colony, Natal-Transvaal, Basutoland, and Matabeleland.GSAM 441.4

    Miscellaneous: Bermuda, Brazil, British and Dutch Guiana, Central America (South), China, Fiji, India, Jamaica, Japan, Lesser Antilles, Mexico, Nyassaland, Pitcairn, Porto Rico, River Plate, Raratonga, Samoa, Society Islands, Sumatra, Tonga, Trinidad, West Coast (South America), and West Coast (Africa).GSAM 441.5

    The number of active workers in these different fields, including ministers, licentiates, Bible workers, colporteurs, and canvassers, is 754.GSAM 441.6

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