. title Eastern Union Conference journal Review and Herald volume 78 issue 52 pages 11, 12 publisher Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association location Battle Creek, Michigan date December 24, 1901 url http: www.adventistarchives.org docs RH RH19011224-V78-52__B.pdf#view fit accessdate July 10, 2011 Daniells mentions that the co-founder of the SDA Church, Ellen G. White, was present at this gathering in Massachusetts. He also
. A. title Organization of the Canadian Union Conference journal Review and Herald volume 78 issue 51 pages 12, 13 publisher Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association location Battle Creek, Michigan date December 17, 1901 url http: www.adventistarchives.org docs RH RH19011217-V78-51__B.pdf#view fit accessdate July 10, 2011 Early Adventist work in the western part of Canada first came under Union organizations located
in the United States. Early in 1902, at the organizational meeting for the Pacific Union Conference, it was recommended that the believers in British Columbia be organized into their own separate conference within the Pacific Union.
. The company offered to take over the operations in Summerside, but backed down after citizens rejected various offers. The Summerside distribution grid has had an inter-connection with the Maritime Electric transmission grid since 1961.
into that school's Hall of Fame. He attended college at Brooklyn Polytechnic and Columbia University, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. He began his college career at Oberlin College, Ohio. He was asked to leave after an incident where he climbed to the top of the Service Building, and after
of the American Anthropological Association location Oxford Arlington, VA accessdate 2008-12-19 : :
crashes into hotel author Press Association location United Kingdom date 2010-01-04 accessdate 2010-01-04 publisher Google News causing extensive damage to the room.
publisher Glens Falls Historical Association location Glens Falls, NY isbn 0-8081-3885-5 The population of Queensbury has exceeded that of Glens Falls since the 1980 Census. In 2003, with permission from Queensbury,
in Penn's Woods journal Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies volume 19 issue 4 pages 397–412 publisher Pennsylvania Historical Association location University Park, Pa. date October 1952 url http: dpubs.libraries.psu.edu DPubS?service Repository&version 1.0&verb Disseminate&handle psu.ph 1142888412&view body&content-type pdf_1# format PDF id psu.ph 1133209642 accessdate February 3, 2008 In 1874
beyond the end of the platform and those in the Holiday Inn hotel above the platforms all escaped without injury. The first carriage then struck the hotel's conference room, causing extensive