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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    The Pitcairn’s Third Trip

    The third cruise of the ship was taken in 1893-94. The missionaries for this voyage were G. C. Wellman and his wife and Lillian White, all of Michigan who were booked for Raiatea, where they were to assist Elder Cady in his work. Mr. Stringer and his wife went as self-supporting missionaries. They stopped at Rurutu. At Raratonga (where the people kept Saturday for Sunday), Dr. Caldwell and his wife were stationed; while Elder Buckner and his wife, of California, were left at Pitcairn. During his sojourn with this people, many new industries were introduced, which have in many ways proved beneficial to the inhabitants. First of all, a windmill for grinding the corn which is now raised on the island was built, and from the same wind-power, light machinery is carried, which has led to other industries heretofore unknown to the islanders.GSAM 430.1

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