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Southern Publishing Association, Nashville, Tennessee

In the 1890s, James Edson White, son of James and Ellen White, piloted the riverboat Morning Star on the Mississippi and Yazoo Rivers. Through an onboard printing press he published a journal called Gospel Herald, which encouraged and evangelized blacks in the South.  Moving to Nashville, he set his press up in a former barn chicken house.

1901 the Gospel Herald Publishing Company became the Southern Publishing Association. The Gospel Herald magazine led the way to two great magazines, These Times, and the award-winning Message magazine, which is still published today.

1980 the Southern Publishing Association merged with the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

1983 the Review and Herald Publishing Association moved to its current home at Hagerstown, Maryland.


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