Table of contents for Prophetess of health : Ellen G. White and the origins of Seventh-day Adventist health reform / Ronald L. Numbers.

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List of Illustrations ix
Abbreviations x
Preface to the Third Edition xi
Preface to the Revised Edition xxvi
Preface to the First Edition xxx
Introduction: The Historian as Heretic,
by Jonathan M. Butler 1
1. A Prophetess Is Born 43
2. In Sickness and in Health 76
3. The Health Reformers 95
4. Dansville Days 127
5. The Western Health Reform Institute 156
6. Short Skirts and Sex 184
7. Whatsoever Ye Eat or Drink 219
8. Fighting the Good Fight 239
Afterword: Ellen White on the Mind and the Mind of Ellen
White, by Ronald L. Numbers and Janet S. Numbers 267
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Appendix 1: Physical and Psychological Experiences of
Ellen G. White: Related in Her Own Words 291
Appendix 2: The 1864 Dansville Visit 320
Document 1: The Trial of Elder I. Dammon 326
Document 2: The Secret 1919 Bible Conferences 344
A Note on Sources 402
Index 407

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

White, Ellen Gould Harmon, 1827-1915.
Women health reformers -- United States -- Biography.
Medicine -- Religious aspects.