Lest We Forget Periodical
Online Back Issues (please take advantage of these online files)
- Printed back issues are available for $1 each singly. All back issues currently total 46, with first issue free = $19.99 plus P&H. See our Feedback page.
Possible Upcoming Issues
- We hope at some point to print more issues with the following contents:
– Thumbnail sketches of the information on all the pioneers we have featured.
– Master timeline of all dates covered in the issues on the 27 pioneers.
– Human interest accounts that illustrate in the lives of the pioneers the truth of 1 Cor. 10:11-13.
– Extracts of pioneer writings on the topics of the “landmarks” of the church.
Articles on Pioneer Women
Many have interest in knowing more about the pioneer women in the Advent Movement. For ease of reference the following is a list of articles in our back issues that deal with female pioneers. (Authors of the articles are in parentheses.)
- Pioneer Wives, page 2 (Joy Radzik and Frances Foster; based on Mrs. Jennie Ayars Kellogg’s account of “Growing up with the Third Angel’s Message”, Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, Vol. 112:15-20; April 11 to May 16, 1933.)
- Mrs. William Miller, The Forgotten Pioneer, page 1 (Frances Foster)
- Mrs. Bates–A Prudent Wife, page 1 (Frances Foster)
- George Storrs’ Mother, page 1 (Joy Radzik)
- John Byington’s Family: Mary, Caroline, Catharine, Fletcher, Martha, Teresa, Luther, William, page 2 (Frances Foster)
- Zerviah Fitch, page 2 (Marlene Steinweg)
- An Undaunted Woman–Rachel Oakes Preston, 1809-1868, page 4 (timeline and biographical sketch) (Marlene Steinweg)
- Ellen G. White–Answers, from Her Writings, to Questions About Her Childhood and Experiences in the Millerite Movement, as Posed by Mrs. Frances Foster, page 4
- Her Husband’s Crown–What did James S. White Value in His Wife?, page 3 (Marlene Steinweg)
- A Messenger–Why?, page 1 (Fred Bischoff)
- Life Experiences of Ellen G. White, page 6 (Marlene Steinweg)
- Angeline–Pioneer Pattern for Today’s Pastor’s Assistant, page 7 (Marlene Steinweg) [Angeline Cornell]
- Inspiring Poems, page 8 (Angeline M. A. Lyon Cornell)
- An Extraordinary Woman: Martha Amadon–True Pioneer, and Faithful worker and Companion, page 2 (Richard Hammond)
- Determined to Overcome: Annie Smith–Pioneer Review Writer and Poetess, page 2, (adapted from Arthur W. Spalding, Footprints of the Pioneers, 1947, pp. 124-127)
Last Update: 4 December 2016