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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    Summary of Educational Work, 1895

    The following report was made by the educational secretary to the General Conference in February, 1895:—GSAM 401.2

    “The educational facilities of the denomination may be summarized as follows: There are five colleges located in the following places: at Battle Creek, Mich.; College View, Neb.; Healdsburg, Cal.; College Place, Wash.; and Kenilworth, South Africa. There are four academies, or schools doing the work of the academic grades in this country, at South Lancaster, Mass.; Mt. Vernon, Ohio; Keene, Texas; and Graysville, Tenn.... Besides these there is the Australian Bible School; a school in Mexico in connection with the medical mission; school for the native children on Pitcairn Island; on Raiatea, of the Society group; in the South Pacific Ocean; on Bonacca of the Bay Islands in the Caribbean Sea; about fifteen church schools in this country and abroad; two General Conference Bible Schools; and quite a number of canvassers’ and local conference schools not regularly organized.”GSAM 401.3

    In giving a summary of the attendance at the regular colleges and schools of the denomination the secretary says: “At safe estimate there are over 3,000 pupils of all ages enrolled in Seventh-day Adventist schools at the present time.”GSAM 401.4

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