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The Great Second Advent Movement: Its Rise and Progress

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    Central Africa

    In 1893 the cause of the third angel’s message had so advanced that the General Conference Committee felt justified in recommending that a mission be established in Central Africa. It was therefore voted, “That as soon as practicable a mission be opened in Matabeleland.” In harmony with this action a party of Seventh-day Adventists, in 1894, entered that country and selected a farm of 12,000 acres. At the conference in 1895, Elder C. B. Tripp and his wife, W. H. Anderson and his wife, and Dr. A. S. Carmichael were chosen as the missionaries for this distant field. They at once began preparations for the long journey, and after a prosperous voyage reached their destination July 26, 1895.GSAM 437.4

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