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  • Ellen G. White: Volume 2—The Progressive Years: 1862-1876
  • Chapter 1—(1863) A Year to Be Remembered
  • Chapter 2—(1863) The Continuing Struggle to Establish Church Order
  • Chapter 3—(1863) Seventh-day Adventists and the Civil War in the United States
  • Chapter 4—(1863) Meeting Two Major Problems
  • Chapter 5—(1863) The White Family Escapes to the East
  • Chapter 6—(1864) Learning to Practice Health Reform
  • Chapter 7—(1864) An Intensive Course in Methods of Reform
  • Chapter 8—(1864-1865) The War and Its Unexpected Close
  • Chapter 9—(1865) Health—How to Keep It, How to Lose It
  • Chapter 10—(1866) The Agonizing Year of Captivity
  • Chapter 11—(1866) Rebellion in Iowa
  • Chapter 12—(1867) Liberated at Last—The Sweet and the Bitter
  • Chapter 13—(1867) Advancement in Health Reform
  • Chapter 14—(1867) Battle Creek and the Health Institute
  • Chapter 15—(1867-1868) Dreams, Testimony No. 13, and the Tour East
  • Chapter 16—(1868) Bearing Testimony by Voice and Pen
  • Chapter 17—(1868) The First Annual Camp Meetings
  • Chapter 18—(1869) A Year to Regroup and Prepare to Advance
  • Chapter 19—(1870) At Last the Tide Turns
  • Chapter 20—(1870-1871) Further Steps Toward Health Reform
  • Chapter 21—(1871) Restructuring for a Sound Future—1
  • Chapter 22—(1871-1872) Restructuring for a Sound Future—2
  • Chapter 23—(1872) A Surprise Vacation in the Rocky Mountains
  • Chapter 24—(1872-1873) James and Ellen White Discover California
  • Chapter 25—(1873) The Call for a School
  • Chapter 26—(1873) Colorado Interlude
  • Chapter 27—(1874) Progressive Steps in Evangelism in the Far West
  • Chapter 28—(1874) Publishing and Preaching in Oakland
  • Chapter 29—(1874) The Prophet-Apostle Relationship
  • Chapter 30—(1874) James White Again in the Saddle
  • Chapter 31—(1875) Leading in Significant Advances
  • Chapter 32—(1875) Finishing a Successful Year
  • Appendix A
  • Appendix B
  • Appendix C