KidsView  | The Adventist Review for kids and those who always will be kids at heart | July 2017

Snapshots of the Pioneer World

By Chantal Klingbeil

Our friend Chantal went on unique tour of historical sites that are important to Seventh-day Adventists. Read along to see what she saw!


Humble Beginnings: This is where a lot of important Adventist meetings took place--in the barn.











Not Exactly Your Usual Bible App: A circuit preacher had to ride through rain and snow to reach his scattered flock and have a Bible that could face all kinds of weather.











Tea Time at the Smith Home: Annie and Uriah Smith grew up in a fairly well-to-do home, but were prepared to leave promising careers to tell others about Jesus.

tea time










The Most Important Day of Her Life: In 1842, here in Casco Bay, Portland, Maine, 14-year-old Ellen Harmon was baptized.











A Near Miss: This is an English cannon ball like the one that exploded near William Miller during the War of 1812. William was miraculously unhurt and would go on to preach about Jesus' Second Coming.

cannon ball