Two More Camp Meetings Planned for 1868

23 September 1868 - November 1868

So successful was the Wright camp meeting in September 1868, that before it closed, plans were laid for two moreóat Clyde, Illinois, September 23 to 30, for the Wisconsin Conference; and at Pilot Grove, Iowa, October 2 to 7, for Iowa.

At these meetings James White and his brethren worked in close common interest, and mutual confidence was restored. The Battle Creek brethren urged the Whites to return and settle in the city, that the work of the cause might be carried on more efficiently and that they might have the pleasure of closer association.

James White was quickly becoming much involved with Battle Creek interests.