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    The Elmshaven Years, 1900-1915

    When Ellen White settled at Elmshaven, her new home near St. Helena in northern California, she hoped to give most of her time to writing her books. She was 72 and still had a number of volumes that she wished to complete. She little realized how much traveling, counseling, and speaking she would also be called upon to do. The crisis created by the controversies in Battle Creek would also make heavy demands on her time and strength. Even so, by writing early in the morning, she was able to produce nine books during her Elmshaven years.LHU 12.1

    1900, October Settled at Elmshaven.
    1901, April Attended the General Conference session at Battle Creek.
    1902, February 18 Battle Creek Sanitarium fire.
    1902, December 30 Review and Herald fire.
    1903, October Met the pantheism crisis.
    1904, April-September Journeyed east to assist in the beginning of the work in Washington, D.C., to visit her son Edson in Nashville, and to attend important meetings.
    1904, November-December Involved in securing and establishing Paradise Valley Sanitarium.
    1905, May Attended General Conference session in Washington, D.C.
    1905 The Ministry of Healing published.
    1905, June-December Involved in securing and starting Loma Linda Sanitarium.
    1906-1908 Busy at Elmshaven with literary work.
    1909, April-September At the age of 81 traveled to Washington, D.C., to attend the General Conference session. This was her last trip east.
    1910, January Took a prominent part in the establishment of the College of Medical Evangelists at Loma Linda.
    1910 Gave attention to finishing The Acts of the Apostles and the reissuance of The Great Controversy, a work extending into 1911.
    1911-1915 With advancing age, made only a few trips to southern California. At Elmshaven engaged in her book work, finishing Prophets and Kings and Counsels to Parents and Teachers.
    1915, February 13 Fell in her Elmshaven home and broke her hip.
    1915, July 16 Closed her fruitful life at the age of 87. Her last words were “I know in whom I have believed.” Testimonies, volumes 6-9, were also published in the Elmshaven years.
    January Lift Him Up as the Son of God
    February Lift Him Up as the Creator
    March Lift Him Up as the Son of Man
    April Lift Him Up as the Bread of Life
    May Lift Him Up as the Divine Lawgiver
    June Lift Him Up as the Master Teacher
    July Lift Him Up as the Chief Shepherd
    August Lift Him Up as the Crucified One
    September Lift Him Up as the Healer of Body and Soul
    October Lift Him Up as the Head of the Church
    November Lift Him Up as Our Advocate and Infallible Judge
    December Lift Him Up as the Coming King
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