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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    J. P. Kellogg and Henry Lyon Sell Their Farms

    It was during this period that J. P. Kellogg, of Tyrone, and Henry Lyon, who lived near Plymouth, Mich., sold their farms, each worth about $3,500, for the sole purpose of having means to use in advancing the work; and thus did two more Michigan brethren step forward at an opportune time, with ready means and willing hearts to lift where help was most needed. The former engaged in the manufacture of brooms in Jackson, Mich., while the latter moved to Battle Creek, and labored at the carpenter’s trade to sustain his family.GSAM 287.1

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