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John Nevins Andrews, M.D., and Dorothy Spicer Andrews pioneered Adventist mission to the people of Tibet. John was the namesake of his grandfather, John Nevins Andrews (1829-1883), Adventist scholar and first missionary to Europe.
The Battle Creek Sanitarium was a world-renowned Adventist health resort in Battle Creek, Michigan, United States.
Josiah Litch, a Methodist minister and a physician, was a leading figure in the Millerite or Second Advent movement of the 1830s and 1840s.
Washington Morse was a pioneering Adventist evangelist, colporteur, minister, author, and conference president.
George Storrs was a Second Advent preacher, abolitionist, editor, and writer, whose radical views on immortality and organization impacted the early development of Seventh-day Adventist belief and practice.
Henry Dana Ward, a Harvard-educated Episcopalian clergyman, authored numerous works on biblical prophecy and became a leading figure in the Millerite movement.