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References to the Jim Jones and Latter Rain Research Material

The list of references below are used in the research of Jim Jones, William Branham, Latter Rain, and Pentecostal history, and other topics used in the Jim Jones historical research section of our website. They are further examined in the book, Jim Jones: The Malachi 4 Elijah Prophecy.


REV. FRANK SANDFORD

Holy Ghost and Us Society:

1899, Jul 12. New Religious Sect Started – Holy Ghost and Us Society Established Down East. The Times (Richmond Virginia).

1910, Oct 22. “Elijah” Sued For Loan. Washington Herald.

Effects on cult victims:

1906, August 13. Holy Ghost and Us Follower Crazed. Fairbanks Daily Times.

1906, October 14. Famine and Insanity In ‘Elijah’s’ Colony. Minneapolis Journal.

1910, June 15. Hypnotized A Pretty Girl. Gret Falls Tribune.

1900, November 17. “Holy Ghost And Us,” A Society At Shiloh. Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

1906, October 15. Starvation Cleaning Out “Holy Ghost and Us” Band. Spokane Press.

1909, May 24. “Elijah” Is Returning. Burlington Free Press.

1910, May 10. Holy Ghost Colony. Chillicothe Constitution Tribune.

1910, November 6. Frank Sandford is “Elijah”. Evening Statesman.

1911, December 9. “Holy Ghost” Leader Guilty of Starving Members of His Sect. Oregon Daily Journal.

1911, December 13. Hoodwinked Him. Seattle Star.

Elijah Ministry:

1906, November 16. Sandford Is A Sure Prophet. Reno Gazette.

1909, July 14. Earth’s Last Throne. Point Pleasant Register.

1910, July 28. Holy Ghosters All At Sea; No Place on Earth To Land. Evansville Press.

1911, December 20. The Religious Grafter. Allentown Democrat.

Doomsday Prediction

1909, July 9. Believe They Know That the Judgement Day Will Come Next September. Daily Republican.

1909, July 9. Earth To Be Destroyed At 10:20 A.M. Sept. 15. Vicksburg Evening Post.

1909, July 12. “Holy Ghost and Us” Society Prepares for the Ascension. Arkansas City Daily Traveler

1909, July 13. Earth Ends on September 15. Evening Star.

1909, September 14. Misc. news. The Eugene Guard.

1909, September 14. End Due Tomorrow. Webb City Register.

1909, September 15. Maine Man Said World Would Come to End Today. Iola Register.

Floating Commune:

1910, May 23. Gospel Ship is Back In Port. Leavenworth Post.

1910, July 28. Holy Ghosters All At Sea; No Place on Earth To Land. Evansville Press.

1910, July 16. Misc news. Manitoba Morning Free Press.

1910, August 2. “Holy Ghosters” All At Sea; No Place on Earth To Land!” Wichita Beacon.

1910, August 10. “Holy Ghosters” Are All Out At Sea. Ohio County News.

1910, September 16. Holy Ghosters on Ship Get Nothing, Says Deserter. Washington Herald.

1911, October 22. Endure Privations On Religious Craft. Anaconda Standard.

Indictment, Prison:

1910, Oct 26. Arrest Holy Ghost Leader. Indianapolis Star.

1911, December 11. “Elijah” Sandford Was Indicted. Evening Star.

1911, December 8. Evangelist Indicted. Salina Daily Union.

1911, December 9. Says “Lord Will Protect Me”. Seattle Star.

1911, December 9. “Holy Ghoster” Found Guilty. Iowa City Press Citizen. 

1911, December 9. Sandford Has Refused To Have Legal Help. Scranton Truth.

1911, December 18. Holy Ghost and Us Leader Sentenced To Pen. East Oregonian.

1911, December 18. Elijah Gets 10 Years In Cell. La Grande Observer.

1918, September 8. “Elijah II” Out of Penitentiary. Daily Arkansas Gazette.

1918, November 25. Leader of Peculiar Sect Released From Government Prison. Oregon Daily Journal.

Faith Healing:

1900, Jan 7. Raised From Dead – Remarkable Case in a Religious Community in Maine. Wichita Daily Eagle.

1900, Feb 6. Doubts Resurrection Story. Inter Ocean.

1900, November 17. “Holy Ghost And Us,” A Society At Shiloh. Brooklyn Daily Eagle.



JOHN ALEXANDER DOWIE

Freemason:

  1. J. Franklin, Catholics versus Masons, Journal of the Australian Catholic Historical Society 20 (1999), 1-15.

1876, October 18. A Lecture. Sydney Morning Herald.

Spiritualism:

1880, August 28. Free Christian Addresses. Sydney Morning Herald.

1882, June 20. A Curious Action For Libel. The Age (Melbourne)

Divine Healing:

1888, June 14. Healing By Faith – The Ministry of John A. Dowie. San Francisco Chronicle.

1888, July 14. A Healer. Oakland Tribute.

1888, July 19. No Miracles Yet. Oakland Tribune.

1888, July 31. Methodist Clergy. Oakland Tribune.

1888, July 31. Miracles Galore. Oakland Tribune.

1889, January 11. Not “Invited.” Oakland Tribune.

1890, July 28. Preached In A Big Tent. Chicago Tribune.

1891, May 25. Did Not Forget The Collection. Chicago Daily Tribune.

1891, September 17. Claims He Raised the Dead. Central Times (Dunn, NC).

1891, November 10. Dowie Winds Up. Pittsburgh Daily Post.

1891, November 10. A Medial View. Pittsburg Daily Post.

1892, February 1. Mr. Dowie Again. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

1892, October 17. Had A Very Small Audience. Pittsburgh Dispatch.

1894, April 8. Latter Day Miracles. Inter Ocean (Chicago).

1894, December 4. A Divine Healing Home. San Francisco Chronicle.

1895, January 6. John Alexander Dowie, the “Faith Healer,” Is Arrested. The Inter Ocean. (Chicago)

1895, January 23. Dowie Heard In His Own Defense. The Inter Ocean (Chicago).

Australia:

1880, September 1. Parliamentary Elections. Sydney Morning Herald.

1880, June 23. News of the Day. Syndey Morning Herald.

1882, June 20. The Case of Mr. J. A. Dowie. The Age (Melbourne)

Los Angeles / San Francisco:

1890, June 11. A Suit For Slander. San Francisco Cronicle.

1890, June 18. Crazed by Dowie’s Meetings. Oakland Tribune.

Chicago:

1891, May 23. Just Lays On Hands. Chicago Tribune.

1894, June 25. “Healing Hand” Dowie Turned Out. Chicago Daily Tribune.

Zion City And Business Enterprise:

1895, June 7. He Will Call It Zion. The Inter Ocean.

1895, July 23. The Cop Took The Healer. Los Angeles Herald.

1895, August 15. “Dr.” Dowie Rejoices. The Inter Ocean.

1899, August 9. Divine Healers in Jail.  Montgomery Adviser. 

1899, August 20. Faith Healing In Chicago. New York Times.

1899, August 22. Dr. Dowie Fears Assassination. New York Times.

1899, November 25. Wants Only A Million. Lawrence Daily World (Lawrence, KS).

1899, December 11. Dowie Attacks Editors. The Inter Ocean.

1899, December 28. Dowie to be Guarded. Montgomery Adviser.

1900, January 3. A Good Thing in Zion. Inter Ocean.

1900, May 1. Misc. News. Indianapolis Journal

1901, May 22. Misc. News. The Decatur Herald.

1902, November 30. A Record $15,000,000 Profit Makes John Alexander Dowie, Alias Elijah III, The Merchant Prince of Faith Healers. Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

1903, December 17. Zion City In Receivers’ Hands. Cheyenne County Rustler. (St. Francis, KS).

1902, January 6. A Prophet for Profit. Honolulu Adviser

1902, Feb 21. A Dowie Dupe On Trial. Perry Daily Chief.

1902, March 19. Labor Outbreak. Star Gazette.

1902, April 8. Smallpox Routs Healers. Leavenworth Times.

1902, May 15. Prayers Could Not Save Dowie’s Daugher. Coffeeville Daily Journal.

1902, June 8. Dowie Would Buy Jerusalem. The Times (Pennsylvania).

1902, September 23. Does Dowie Need Money. Abilene Daily Chronicle.

1903, October 8. Dowie Plans More “Zion” Cities. Lebo Enterprise.

1903, October 21. Lame, Halt, and Blind Rushed. Xenia Daily.

1903, November 10. Dowie At White House. Los Angeles Times.

1903, December 2. His Ready Money About Exhausted. The Tennessean.

End of Life

1905, September 30. Dowie Is Stricken. Spokane Press.

1905, December 18. Dowie Surrenders Leadership of his Church. San Francisco Call.



Charles Fox Parham:

Methodist Church:

Goff, James R. Jr. (1988). Fields White Unto Harvest: Charles F. Parham and the Missionary Origins of Pentecostalism. University of Arkansas Press. ISBN 1-55728-025-8.

Bethel:

Healing and Pentecost. Accessed 2017, April 17 http://healingandrevival.com/BioCFParham.htm.

2000, December 31. A.P. Pentecostal Movement Is About To Turn 100. St. Louis Dispatch.

1901, January 27. In Tower of Babel. The Inter Ocean.

1901, March 16. They Pray Ceaselessly. Lawrence Daily Journal.

1901, May 17. “Stone’s Folly” for a Pest House. Topeka Daily Capital

1901, August 17. Misc. News. Evening Star (Independence, KS)

1901, December 13. Misc. News. Hoisington Dispatch.

1901, January 22. Missionary Work. Topeka Daily Capital

1901, June 9. The Gift of Tongues. Anaconda Standard.

Sanford:

Goff, James R. Jr. (1988). Fields White Unto Harvest: Charles F. Parham and the Missionary Origins of Pentecostalism. University of Arkansas Press. ISBN 1-55728-025-8.

1900, November 3. How Parham Rode. The Topeka Daily Capital.

Nelson, Shirley. The Story of Shiloh. Accessed 2017, April 17 from http://www.christianity.com/church/church-history/timeline/1901-2000/the-story-of-shiloh-11630697.html.

Dowie:

Healing and Pentecost. Accessed 2017, April 17 from http://healingandrevival.com/BioCFParham.htm.

Ark of the Covenant:

1902, February 3. Wants the Ark of the Covenant. Pittsburg Daily Headlight. (Pittsburg, KS).

Chemical Gold:

1902, November 6. Alchemist In Prison. The Wilkes-Barre Record.

1902, November 7. Could Make Gold. Sedalia Democrat.

Zion:

1907, July 27. Dowie’s Right-Hand Gets Pinched For Misuse of Mails. Oregon Daily Journal.

1906, November 3. Kansas Faith Cure Worker Loses Out. Topeka Daily Capital.

1906, September 29. Want “Elijah’s Robes.” The Tennessean.

1907, September 24. Devil Dance at Zion City. Vancouver Daily.

Elijah the Prophet:

1906, November 3. Kansas Faith Cure Worker Loses Out. Topeka Daily Capital.

Sodomy:

MacArthur, John. Tongue Tied Part 2. Accessed 2017, April 19 from https://www.gty.org/library/Print/Blog/B131010.

Bunker, Michael. 2002. Swarm of Locusts – The Jesuit Attack on the Faith. Writers Club Press.

1925 Doomsday:

Charles Fox Parham Facts. Accessed 2017, April 17. from http://biography.yourdictionary.com/charles-fox-parham.

Houston:

Synan, Vinson. 1971. The Holiness-Pentecostal Tradition: Charismatic Movements in the Twentieth Century. Wm. B. Erdmans Publishing Co.

Ku Klux Klan:

Goff, J.R., Fields White unto Harvest, Fayetteville, University of Arkansas Press, 1988.



William Joseph Seymour

Early Life:

Borlase, Craig. William Seymour: A Biography. Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2006. Print.

Robeck, Cecil M. 2006. The Azusa Street Mission and Revival. Thomas Nelson, Inc.

Houston, TX:

Espinosa. William J. Seymour and the Origins of Global Pentecostalism: A Biography and Documentary History.

Alma White Encounter:

White, Alma. 1949. Demons and Tongues. 

Azusa Street Revival:

Robeck, Cecil M. 2006. The Azusa Street Mission and Revival. Thomas Nelson, Inc.

Lucy F. Farrow:

Robeck, Cecil (2010). "Lucy F. Farrow". In Burgess, S.M.; van der Maas, E. M. The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements. Zondervan. pp. 632–633. ISBN 9780310873358.

The Apostolic Faith vol.1 Nos 1-2, 4-6, 12-13, 1906-1908; C. M. Robeck Jr, art. “Lucy F. Farrow,” The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements, Ed. Stanley M. Burgess, 2002.



Fred Francis Bosworth

Fleeing Zion City:

Perkins, Eunice M. (1927). Fred Francis (Joybringer) Bosworth - His Life Story (2 ed.). Bosworth.

1906, April 27. Against Dowie Individually. Bismarck Tribune.

Goff, James R. (1988). Fields White Unto Harvest. University of Arkansas Press. ISBN 1-55728-025-8.

Barnes III, Roscoe. 2009. F. F. Bosworth: The Man behind “Christ the Healer.” Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Azusa Street Revival Attendance:

 “Christ the Healer.” Accessed 2017, April 22 from http://healingandrevival.com/BioBosworth.htm.

British Israelism:

Southwick, George W. Controversy in Zion. Truth in History Ministries.

King, Paul L. (2006). Genuine Gold. Word & Spirit Press.

Assemblies of God:

Blumhofer, Edith. 1985. The Assemblies of God: A Popular History. Gospel Publishing House. Accessed 2017, May 25 from: http://edmundc.weebly.com/uploads/2/5/3/9/25397277/__assemblies_of_god-a_popular_history_aog.pdf.

Newman, Joe. 2007. Race and the Assemblies of God Church: The Journey from Azusa Street to the “Miracle of Memphis.”

Oliver, Jeff. 2017. Pentecost to the Present: The Holy Spirit’s Enduring Work in the Church. Bridge-Logos.

Our Story. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://www.thelakesassembly.com/our-story.html.

Early Revival Meetings:

1917, February 16. Revival Campaign. Manitoba Free Press.

1917, February 24. F. F. Bosworth. Winnipeg Tribune.

1918, January 15. Special Services at Boulevard Tabernacle.

Bosworth Brothers Campaigns:

1924, November 3. To Hold Big Revival at Cadle Tabernacle. Huntington Herald.

1920, January 24. Misc News. Courier Journal (Louisville)

2910, November 15. Misc. News. Pittsburgh Press.

1920, November 19. Misc. News. Pittsburgh Press.

1921, February 21. Texas Evangelist Opens Midway Gospel Meetings.

1921, August 20. Big Tent. Chicago Daily Tribune.

1921, October 13. Prayer Meeting Officialy Opens Valley Tabernacle. Pittsburgh Daily Post.

1921, October 17. Sick Seek Aid of Evangelist Bosworth At Valley Meet. Pittsburgh Daily Post.

1924, September 24. What Others Say. Press and Sun Bulletin (Binghampton, NY).

1927, May 11. ‘Healer’ Will Anoint Lame, Sick Tonight. Altoona Tribune.

1924, May 27. Ottawa Accords A Sendoff to the Bosworth Brothers Such As Is Rarely Seen Here. Ottawa Journal.

Death of James Buck

1927, May 28. Widow Tells of Invalid’s Strong Faith. Altoona Tribune.

1927, May 28. Bosworth Has Nothing To Say. Altoona Tribune.




Roy E. Davis

Writing Constitution, By-Laws, Ritual for 1915 Klan

1961, February 10. Ku Klux Klan Active In Shreveport, Area. The Times (Shreveport)

Links to El Paso

Musical at Young Women’s Christian Assn. (1909, June 1). El Paso Herald

About Railroad People. (1909, June 14). El Paso Herald

Local Railroad Men Are Out After Big Game. (1910, Nov 12). El Paso Herald.

Appointed Chief of the Rock Island Paying Card Department. (1911, Jan 19). El Paso Herald.

El Paso Crime

Justices’ Courts. E. B. McClintock, Presiding. (1912, September 19). El Paso Herald.

Given Two-Year Term. (1912, October 3). El Paso Herald.

Dual Life, Alias, Swindling, Womanizing, Evangelist, Eastern Texas Churches, Bank Theft:

Rev. Davis, Singer and Masher, Goes to Prison. (1917, June 29). Wise County Messenger. pp 1-2

Rev. Roy Davis Leads Dual Life. (1923, July 1). The Macon Daily Telegraph.

Dual Life, Alias, Acworth, Adairsville, Lavonia Churches, Recognized by Texas woman

Pastor Is Ousted by Acworth Church. (1921, July 15).  The Atlanta Constitution.

Dual Life, Alias, Head of Georgia Farmers Union

Head of Georgia Farmer’s Union Has Been Fired. (1923, July 1).  The Index Journal.

Associated Press. (1923, July 1). Farm Union Head Ousted by Board. The Houston Post.

Libel as Newspaper Editor

Criminal Libel Charge to Face Brickbat Editor. (1923, June 25). The Atlanta Constitution.

Klan Meetings after Church

The K. K. K. Lecture Not Held Last Night. (1922, May 30). The Hutchinson News.

Davis’ Record in Texas Aired by Ku Klux Klan. (1921, August 26). Wise County Messenger

Denied Use of Auditorium. (1923, January 12). The Nebraska State Journal.

Official Spokesman for the Ku Klux Klan

Denied Use of Auditorium. (1923, January 12).  The Nebraska State Journal.

The K. K. K. Lecture Not Held Last Night. (1922, May 30).  The Hutchinson News.

Klan Refused Hall. (1923, January 12).  Reading Times.

Klan Refused Hall. (1923, January 12).  Reading Times.

Associated Press. (1923, January 13). Says Ku Klux Not Anti-Negro, Jewish, Catholic. Times Herald.

Texas Flogging, Klan Organizer of Valdosta, Meigs, and Fitzgerald Georgia

Flog Lon Davis. (August 18, 1923). Macon Daily Telegraph.

Various Churches

Misc. Events. (1922, November 16).  Greenfield Daily Reporter


Knights of the Flaming Sword History

Wade, Wyn. (1987). The Fiery Cross: The Ku Klux Klan in America. Simon and Schuster.

Associated Press. (1925, January 23). Fraternity Attacked as Making Money Order. Lead Daily Call.

Louisville / Jeffersonville History

Evangelist Draws 10-Day Jail Term. (1930, November 3). Statesville Record and Landmark.

The Point of View. (1930, February 8). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Davis Is Released in Police Court. (1930, March 22). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Davis Jailed for Contempt. (1930, November 1). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Pastor Held in Mann Act Case. (1930, October 12). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

The Point of View. (1930, February 13). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Mission Preacher Accused of Fraud. (1930, March 20). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Davis Indicted by Grand Jury. (1930, October 14). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

A Preacher On Prohibition. (1930, February 5). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Extradition of Davis Ordered. (1931, September 25). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Wanted-To Buy. (1931, December 31). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Charge Dismissed. (1931, December 29). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Pastor Gives Up in Fraud Case. (1931, September 15). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Writ Is Issued for Evangelist. (1931, September 9). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

All-Day Meeting Held. (1931, June 9). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Real Estate Transfers. (1933, May 23). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 4). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN). 

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 18). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 25). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1934, January 6). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, January 14). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, January 20). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, January 27). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 3). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, February 10). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

First Pentecostal Baptist – Dr. Roy E. Davis. Pastor. (1933, January 14). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

On Revival Trip. (1934, March 9). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Clark Spiritualist Church List Church. Rena Pretty, Pastor (1934, March 10). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Clark Spiritualist Church List Church. Rena Pretty, Pastor (1934, March 24). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Clark Spiritualist Church List Church. Rena Pretty, Pastor (1934, March 10). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Clark Circuit Court, 1934, Roy Davis vs. Wilmer J. Fox

Rev. Roy Davis Sues to claim Eaken Estate. (1934, March 30). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Rev. Ulrey and Rev. Davis in New Albany Dispute. (1935, July 19). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Davis Case Set. (1935, August 10). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Roy Davis Loses Suit in Replevin. (1935, August 13). The Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Jeff Team Wins Tilt in Indiana Loop. (1932, July 6). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Fourteen Converted. (1933, May 27). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Hot Springs Arkansas, Murder, Auto Theft

Extradition of Preacher Is Signed. (1939, January 14). The Cincinnati Enquirer

Ussher-Davis Orphanage – Upshaw Connection

Child Problem to Mount, Says Superior Judge. (1943, September 17). The San Bernardino County Sun

Orphanage, School at Upland Slated to Open Sept. 15. (1943, August 8). The San Bernardino County Sun


Ussher-Davis Orphanage – Lily Galloway Connection

Burnett Union WCTU to Hold Lunch. (1944, May 8). Long Beach Independent

Upshaw to Wed Official of WCTU. (1946, October 5). The Post Standard.

W.C.T.U. Meet Will Attract Record Crowd. (1928, October 7). The San Bernardino County Sun.

Ussher-Davis Orphanage – Swindle

Orphanage Head Named in Grand Theft Charge. (1944, February 28). The San Bernardino County Sun

Davis Faces Charge of Mail Tampering. (1944, February 26). The San Bernardino County Sun

Orphanage Said to Be Result of Pastor’s Vision – Assertedly Came to Rev. Roy Davis After He Had Eaten Peach. (1944, April 20). The San Bernardino County Sun

Upland Evangelist Before U. S. Judge. (1944, April 19). The San Bernardino County Sun

Complaints Filed Against Orphanage Head of West End. (1944, February 22). The San Bernardino County Sun

Summons Issued for Rev. Roy E. Davis. (1944, February 1). The San Bernardino County Sun

Accused Pastor Demands Writ. (1944, April 27). The San Bernardino County Sun

Orphanage Benefactor Questioned, Pictured as ‘Disillusioned’; Funds Raising Investigation. (1944, February 20). The San Bernardino County Sun

Two Counts Are Dropped After Court Hearing. (1944, May 6). The San Bernardino County Sun

Orphanage Head Asks Reduction in $16,000 Bail. (1944, March 4). The San Bernardino County Sun

Habeas Corpus Petition Denied. (1944, April 29). The San Bernardino County Sun

Minister Charged. (1944, March 15). Nevada State Journal.

Minister, Wife Seek Damages – Rev., Mrs. Davis Ask for Sum of $25,000. (1945, February 18). The San Bernardino County Sun

Ties to The Kennedy Assassination

Caufield, Jeffrey H. (2015, September 29). General Walker and the Murder of President Kennedy – The Extensive New Evidence of a Radical-Right Conspiracy.



E Howard Cadle, Cadle Tabernacle

Cadle Tabernacle. (1920, June 5). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Life Story and Background

Misc. News: Cadle Life Story. (1922, August 17). News and Observer.

Ask Receiver for Big Cadle Tabernacle. (1924, Oct 11). The Alexandria Times.

Cadle Tabernacle. (1920, June 5). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Renounces All Party Ties. (1925, March 26). The Daily Republican.

E. Howard Cadle Will Preach at The Masonic Temple. (1939. November 22). The Decatur Daily Review.

Klan The Issue in Indiana Now. (1924, May 16). The Fairmount News.

 Indiana Klan Re-Elects Bossert Grand Dragon. (1924, September 18). The Hancock Democrat.

Charges that D. C. Stephenson, Ex-Klan Dragon, Aided Gov. Ed Jackson to Buy Car Are Reiterated by Ex-Officials of Company That Handled Deal. (1927, June 16). The Huntington Press.

Stephenson Criticized. (1924, May 9). The Indianapolis News.

The D. C. Stephenson Trial: An Account. (Saturday, April 22). Accessed 2016, December 30 from http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/stephenson/stephensonaccount.html

New Klan Chiefs to Quit. (1924, May 16). 

Klan Debate Challenge – Bemenderfer Would Meet Evans in Indianapolis. (1925, July 27). The Indianapolis News.

At Baltimore Convention. (1925, July 27). The Indianapolis News.

Large Tabernacle Meeting – Hold on Call of Klan No 3 to Consider Candidates. (1925, May 4). The Indianapolis News.

Klansmen Respond to Call by Stephenson. (1924, May 12). The Indianapolis News.

Cadle Faces Libel Suit. (1924, June 7). The Indianapolis News.

For Immigrants to Vote – Cadle Tabernacle Speaker Urges Twenty-One Years in Country. (1924, March 29). The Indianapolis News.

Plot Against Watson Seen by The Old Man. (1924, May 10). The Indianapolis News.

Resolutions Offered in A. M. E. Convention. (1924, May 10). The Indianapolis News.

Misc. News: Klan show up at Cadle Tabernacle. (1923, May 12). The Indianapolis News.

Cadle Tabernacle Ready for Dedication. (1921, October 8). The Indianapolis News.

Bossert Is Re-Elected – Officers of Indiana Klan Named at Cadle Tabernacle Meeting. (1924, September 6). The Indianapolis News.

Klan Meeting Planned – Hiram W. Evans to Speak On World Court, Orbison Says. (1926, April 15). The Indianapolis News.

  1. H. Cadle Building Expected to Be Completed by October 1. (1921, June 23). The Indianapolis News.

Wilmeth Will Seek Mayor Nomination. (1924, November 6). The Indianapolis News.

Bosworth Party to Return. (1924, December 30). The Indianapolis News.

To Speak at Cadle Tabernacle. (1924, February 12). The Indianapolis News.

Duvalis Administration. (1925, November 10). The Indianapolis News.

Tabernacle Sold by Howard Cadle. (1923, June 20). The Indianapolis News.

Cadle Company Receiver. (1924, October 1). The Indianapolis News.

No Connection with King. (1924, October 22). The Indianapolis News.

Jackson Tabernacle Head – Secretary of State Elected President at Formal Organization of Association. (1921, November 10). The Indianapolis News.

Choir Upholds Cadle in Split. (1921, November 23). The Indianapolis News.

Cadle’s Talk to Close Revival. (1936, September 28). The Journal News.

The Decatur Daily Review Wed, Nov 22, 1939

The Open Door (Jim Jones and William Branham advertisement at the Cadle Tabernacle), April 1956




William D. Upshaw

Defends Klan in Congressional Inquiry into the Ku Klux Klan:

Associated Press. (1921, October 11). Congress Has Started Klan Investigation. The New Bern Sun Journal.

House Rules Committee Ready for Klan Investigation Today. (1921, October 8). The Washington Post.

Upshaw Explains Kuklux Attitude. (1921, October 11). The Washington Post.

Associated Press (1921, October 8). Congressman Backs Klan. The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Wants Every Secret Order Investigated. (1921, October 13). The Chronicle.

Ku Klux Klan Inquiry Has Sudden, Dramatic Closing (1921, October 8).  Altoona Tribune

Urge Congress to Investigate Secret Orders. (1921, October 15). Asheville Citizen.

With Mask Off, Klan Is Week, Congress Hears (1921, October 12). Chicago Daily Tribune.

Upshaw Describes Aftermath of Probe of the Ku Klux Klan. (1921, October 28). The Atlanta Constitution.

Klan Hearing Begins by Rules of Committee of Congress Today. (1921, October 11). The Atlanta Constitution.

Congressional Probe of K. K. Klan Blows Up. (1921, October 18). The Charlotte Observer.

Congress Drops Inquiry into Ku Klux Klan. (1921, October 18). The Decatur Herald.

Ku Klux Klan Inquiry Ends. (1921, October 22). The Washington Post.

The Secret Orders. (1921, October 8). The New Bern Sun Journal.

Searchlight to Be Thrown On Ku Klux Klan Activities by Secret Service Officials. (1921, September 9). Oxford Public Ledger

Lied to hide his Klan Membership

Associated Press (1921, October 12). Norfolk Chief of Police Said to Be Member Ku Klux. Durham Morning Herald.

Money for speeches, accident, walking

“Earnest Willie.” (1942, November 15). The Anniston Star.

“Hon. William D. Upshaw.” (1921, July 28). Wilmington News-Journal.

Running

1936, July 18. Fair Enough. Wilmington Morning News

Evangelist

Upshaw Closes Church Campaign. (1936, April 13). Alton Evening Telegraph.

Congressman Upshaw Speaks Twice Today. (1918, December 29). Asheville Citizen Times.

Anti-Saloon League and the Ku Klux Klan

Thomas R. Pegram, “Hoodwinked: The Anti-Saloon League and the Ku Klux Klan in 1920s Prohibition Enforcement,” in Journal of Gilded Age and Progressive era Vol. 7, Issue 1.

Delanceyplace. (2016, March 30). Political Alliances – The KKK and the Anti-Saloon League. Accessed 2016, December 30 from http://bigthink.com.

Hanson, David. (2016, March 30). KKK and WCTU: Partners in Prohibition.


Reporter for the Evening Graphic

Upshaw is Cub Reporter. (1929, July 27). Macon Chronicle-Herald

"Louis Sobol, 90, Dies; Broadway Columnist by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS; Published: February 10, 1986". The New York Times. 1986-02-10. Retrieved 2010-05-20.

Second Congressional Run

Upshaw Is Ruled Ineligible to Run. (1928, June 24). The Anniston Star.

Georgia Democrats May Bounce Upshaw. (1928, August 12). The Independent Record.

Upshaw Sees Prohibition Successful by Year 1940. (1927, March 5). New Castle News.

Upshaw Broomed. (1927, March 9). Kingsport Times.

Suspends Prohibition Campaigns to Fight Communism

Forum Writer Urged to Support Townsend. (1936, January 18). The Salt Lake Tribune.

Committee Gets Laugh. (1936, June 24). The Emporia Gazette.

Another Congressional Run

Russell Wins. (1942, September 10). The Hutchinson News.

First Wife Dies

Last Rites for Mrs. Upshaw. (1942, May 22). The Index-Journal


Second Wife

KKK and WCTU: Partners in Prohibition. (2016, March 31). Accessed 2017, May 25 from http://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutions.org/Controversies/KKK-and-WCTU-Partners-in-Prohibition.html.

Upshaw to Wed Official of WCTU. (1946, October 5). The Post-Standard.

Dry Leaders to Wed. (1946, October 6). Medford Mail Tribune.

Ex-Congressman Upshaw to Wed WCTU Leader. (1946, October 8). Harrisburg Telegraph.

Biography

William D. Upshaw “The Georgia Cyclone” our candidate for President in 1932.” (1942, November 15). The Anniston Star. Accessed 2016, December 30 from http://www.prohibitionists.org.

Misc.

Hon. W. D. Upshaw Endorses Sargon. (1930, Jan 28). Lincoln Evening Journal.

Upshaw to Tour State for Drys. (1933, September 23). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

WCTU Leaders, 60 and 80, To Wed. (1946, October 8). Wilkes-Barre Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Sick During Orphanage Investigation

W. D. Upshaw Reported Critically Ill. (1943, December 31). The Index-Journal.

William Branham

1926 Trip West

Branham, William. 1956, August 16. “The Working of the Holy Spirit.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org

Life Story

Branham, William. 1955, January 17. “How The Angel Came To Me, And His Commission.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, November 8. “Life Story.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, 1959, April 19. “My Life Story.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org

1934, June 22. Marriage License, William M. Branham and Hope Brumbach. Clark County Courthouse.

Branham, William. 1959, April 19. “My Life Story.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

1937, July 21. Certificate of Death (Hope Branham)

1937, November 30. Certificate of Death (Charles Branham)

The Great 1937 Flood of Louisville & Jeffersonville, IN. Accessed 2017, May 1 from http://filsonhistorical.org/galleries/the-great-1937-flood-of-louisville-southern-indiana.

1937, July 26. Infant Follows Mother to Grave. Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Billie Branham Pentecostal Tabernacle

1937, May 16. Warranty Deed, Billie Branham Pentecostal Tabernacle. Clark County Courthouse.

Mishawaka

Pentecostal History – September. Accessed 2017, May 1 from http://www.apostolicfriendsforum.com/archive/index.php/t-26307.html.

Branham, William. 63, January 21. Zacchaeus, The Businessman. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1959, April 19. “My Life Story.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1950, August 20. “My Life Story.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Vandalia Meeting:

1947, July 1. ‘Faith Healer’ Meets with 5-Hour Session. Daily Register (Harrisburg, IL).

1947, July 6. Brother Branham, the Faith Healer. St. Louis Dispatch.

Branham, William. 1945. I Was Not Disobedient To The Heavenly Vision.

1947, June 30. Quiet Illinois Town Invaded by 4,000 Ailing Persons Hoping to be Cured by ‘Faith Healer’

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Meeting

1947, July 5. Zion Church of the Original Gospel. Winnipeg Tribune.

Cloud, David. 1990. Is Healing in the Atonement?. O Timothy Magazine, Volume 7, Issue 4.

1947, August 9. Zion Church. Winnipeg Free Press

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Meeting

Pohl, Alfred H. Why I Left The Tongues Movement. Accessed 2017, May 5 Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org. from http://www.bereanresearchinstitute.com/03_Doctrines/D.0030_14_Why_I_Left_the_Tongues_Movement_-_Alfred_H._Pohl.html.

Vancouver, BC, Canada Meeting

1947, November 5. Pentecostal Tabernacle. Chilliwack Progress.

Cured of Undiagnosed Cancer

Boyd, Grace. 1951, August. Healed of Cancer. Voice of Healing.

Start of the Healing Revival

Cauchi, Tony. 2011, September. The Healing Revival 1947-1958 – An Overview. Accessed 2017, May 25 from http://www.voiceofhealing.info/03healingrevival/overview.html.

Prophecy

Branham, William. 1956, May 13. “Teaching on Moses.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

First Pentecostal Baptist Church (Roy Davis & Brothers)

1933, May 6. FIRST PENTECOSTAL BAPTIST. Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN)

1933, May 27. Fourteen Converted. Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN).

Branham, William. 1955, February 27. The Healing of Jairus’ Daughter. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1965, April 18. “It Is The Rising of the Sun.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

1934, March 20. Case 18132, Clark County Courthouse. 

Paris, Texas Connection

Branham, William. 1950, July 16. “Believest Thou This.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Charles Branham

Branham, William. 1953, December 5. “The Resurrection” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org

1924, March 14. Asks Aid For Family. Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

1924, March 18. Serves sentence At Night. Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

1924, April 11. Jeffersonville Booze Ring Jolted. The Fiery Cross.

Jeffersonville

1922, January 10. ‘Cleanup’ Is Planned For Jeffersonville. Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Otto Wathen

  1. American Medicinal Spirits Company. Digger Odell Publications. Accessed from http://www.bottlebooks.com/american%20medicinal%20spirits%20company/american_medicinal_spirits_compa.htm.

Branham, William. 1959, April 19. “My Life Story.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

1920, November 14. Dry Agents Bag Booze And Three Stills In Raids. Chicago Daily Tribune.

Rev. Ralph Rader of Jeffersonville

1900, September 26. Mayor Rader’s Son Shot. Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

1931, March 30. Rader Tabernacle Opening Set, May 5. Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN)

1931, September 25. Governor Holds Cleric Must Face Money Charge. Evening News (Jeffersonville, IN)

Rev. Paul Rader of Jeffersonville.

Branham, William. 1950, April 5. “Expectation.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Norman Bel Geddes

MacDonald, Will. 1933, July 9. Detroit Free Press.

Doordan, Dennis P. Design History. MIT Press.

Buckminster Fuller

Neil, Dan. 2017, May 1. A Test Drive of the Death-Trap Car Designed by Buckminster Fuller. Accessed from https://www.wsj.com/articles/a-test-drive-of-the-death-trap-car-designed-by-buckminster-fuller-1429890152.

Klan

Branham, William. (1963, November 10). Souls That Are in Prison Now. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Hospital Bill Rendered. (1924, March 21). The Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

Fischer, Jordan. The History of Hate in Indiana: How the Ku Klux Klan took over Indiana’s halls of power. Accessed 2017, May 1 from http://www.theindychannel.com/longform/the-ku-klux-klan-ran-indiana-once-could-it-happen-again.

George DeArk, Medium:

Branham, William. (1953, July 29). 53-0729 - Questions and Answers On Genesis. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

E. Kidson, “Angel Visitation” and “Gift of Healing” in 1945

Brother Branham, The Faith Healer. (1947, July 6). St. Louis Dispatch.

Davis and Notarized Tale of Drinking Sulphuric Acid

Branham, William. (1953, September 7). 53-0907A - Lord, Show Us the Father and It Sufficeth Us. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Kennedy Election

Branham, William. (1960, November 13). 60-1113 - Condemnation by Representation. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Television’s “Communist Spirit”

Branham, William. (1954, April 1). 54-0401 – God’s Preparation. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Describing Davis’ letter to Voice of Healing

Branham, William. (1950, August 10). 50-0810 – Expectations. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

  1. E. Kidson

Brother Branham, The Faith Healer. (1947, July 6). St. Louis Dispatch.

Presbyterians Plan Session in Vandalia. (1935, January 19). The Decatur Daily Review.

Pentecostal Church Holds Conference in Vandalia. (1939, November 24). The Decatur Daily Review.

Claimed Upshaw Came to Meeting in Wheelchair

Branham, William (1965, January 19). 65-0119 - The God Who Is Rich in Mercy. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William (1964, February 6). 64-0206E - God's Provided Way for This Day. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Claimed Upshaw Confined to Wheelchair for Sixty-Six Years

Branham, William. (1961, May 20). 61-0520 - From That Time. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Claimed Vision of Upshaw

Branham, William. (1958, February 8). 58-0208 – The Queen of the South. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Anti-Civil Rights

Branham, William. 1963, November 10. “Souls That Are In Prison Now.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1964, April 27. A Trial. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1964, August 30. “Questions and Answers #4.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1963, June 28. “O Lord, Just Once More.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1960, November 13. “Condemnation by Representation.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. (1963, July 21). 63-0721 – He Cares Do You. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. (1964, April 18). 64-0418B – A Paradox. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. (1964, August 30). 64-0830E – Questions and Answers. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Elijah, Messiah, Deity:

Liardon, Roberts. 2005. God's Generals, Volume 8: William M. Branham. Whitaker Distribution.

Herbert W. Armstrong: Cox Wade, 1977. Elijah?

 “Will The Real Elijah Please Stand Up? 2006, February 18. Accessed from http://www.apostasyalert.org/Elijah.htm

Branham, William. 1951, September 29. “Our Hope is in God.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Ex: Branham, William. 1959, April 24. “The Faith of Abraham.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, January 21. “And Thy Seed Shall Possess The Gate of His Enemy”. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, July 23. “The Ever-Present Water From The Rock” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1959, November 23. “Speak To This Mountain.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1963, June 26. “Why.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1960, July 31. “Show Us The Father And It Will Satisfy Us.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1965, November 27. “I Have Heard But Now I See.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1951, September 29. “Our Hope is in God.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1965, November 27. “Trying To Do God A Service Without It Being God’s Will.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, April 16. “Abraham and His Seed.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, November 12. A True Sign That’s Overlooked. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1951, May 5. “My Commission.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1952, February 24. “Believing in God.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Elijah Has Already Come. 2013, May 20. Accessed 2017, June 13 from http://branham.org/articles/20130520_ElijahHasAlreadyCome

Communes:

People vs. Loker 44 CAL. 4TH 691, 188 P.3D 580, 80 CAL. RPTR. 3D 630

Collins, John. 2017, May 30. Colonia Dignidad and Jonestown. Accessed from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=67352

1964, May 31. “The Oddball.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Manifested Kingdom:

Branham, William. 1960, July 31. “Show Us the Father and It Will Satisfy Us.” Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1964, May 31. “The Oddball.” Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1959, November 23. “Speak to This Mountain.” Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, July 23. “The Ever-Present Water from The Rock.” Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1958, February 2. “Escape Hither, Come Quickly.” Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 10. “Perfection.” Accessed 2017, June 14 from http://table.branham.org.

Cult Awareness:

The Message. Accessed 2017, June 13 from http://old.freedomofmind.com/Info/infoDet.php?id=883&title=The_Message.



avak hagopian

1947, May 8. Avak The Great Goes To Work. Albany Democarat-Herald (Albany, OR)

1947, May 9. Faith Healer is in Seclusion For Prayers. Harrisburg Telegraph.

1947, May 13. Armenian Faith Healer To Try Daily Prayers. Morning News. (Wilmington, DE).

1947, May 19. Ailing Americans Are Beating Path To Door of Youthful Faith-healer. Morning Call. (Allentown, PA).

1947, May 22. Among the Sick. Courier Journal (Louisville, KY).

1947, June 2. Throng to See Faith Healer. Iola Register.

1947, June 10. Avak Leaves Palm Springs for Mountains. Los Angeles Times.

1947, June 29. AVAK - The New Prophet of Healing. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 



New Order of the LATTER RAIN

Ice, Thomas. The Latter Rain Revival Movement. Accessed 2017, May 26 from http://www.pre-trib.org/articles/view/latter-rain-revival-movement#_edn16.

Holdcraft, Thomas L. 1980. The New Order of the Latter Rain. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://www.spiritwatch.org/firelatter2.htm.

Burgess, Stanley M. van der mass, Eduard M. 2010. The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements.

Wilkinson, Michael. Althouse, Peter. 2010. Winds from the North: Canadian Contributions to the Pentecostal Movement.

Riss, Richard M. 1979. The Latter Rain Movement of 1948 and the Mid-Twentieth Century Evangelical Awakening. Vancouver, BC: Regent College, MA Thesis.

Branham, William. 1953, August 30. “Why I Am A Holy Roller.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1947, April 12. “Faith is the Substance.” Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Haas, Scott. Testimony of Scott Haas – “The Sharon Orphanage Connection. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://abc-history.blogspot.com/2008/02/before-i-was-born-my-father-ramon-haas.html,

The Branham-Baxter Evangelistic Party. 1952, August 16. Battle Creek Enquirer (Battle Creek, MI).

Baxter, Ern. Ern Baxter Teaching List by Series. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://brokenbreadteaching.org/Ernbaxterpage_files/Teaching%20List/Ern%20Baxter%20List%20BY%20SERIES.htm.

Thackeray, Archibald. 2008, December 24. The Latter Rain Movement of ’48. Accessed 2017, May 30 from https://lrm1948.blogspot.com.

Latter Rain Pentecostals. 2017, May 30. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://www.encyclopedia.com/religion/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/latter-rain-pentecostals



A. W. Rasmussen

Assemblies of God International Fellowship. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://Encyclopedia.com

IAOGI. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://areyoureadyministries.com/id5.html

1940-1944. Accessed 2017, May 30 from the wayback machine https://web.archive.org/web/20160428051535/http://pc-onclark.org/history_1940_1944

Branham, William. 1953, August 30. "WHY I AM A HOLY ROLLER." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, October 06. "THE POWER OF GOD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, April 03. "SHEPHERD OF THE SHEEPFOLD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 17. "REVELATION BOOK OF SYMBOLS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, October 01. "THE MINISTRY EXPLAINED." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, August 07. "HEAR YE HIM." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, August 09. "BLIND BARTIMAEUS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, August 11. "EXPECTATIONS AND LEADINGS OF THE SPIRIT." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, August 11. "THE GREATEST GIFT IN THE BIBLE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, July 25. "HEAR YE HIM." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, July 28. "THIRSTING FOR LIFE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, March 23. "GOD IN HIS WORD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, May 16. "WE WOULD SEE JESUS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1958, September 27. "WHY ARE WE NOT A DENOMINATION." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1959, June 10. "AS I THOUGHT ON MY WAY." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1960, August 02. "EL SHADDAI." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1960, June 06. "TO WHOM WOULD WE GO." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, January 23. "BE NOT AFRAID IT IS I." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, May 20. "FROM THAT TIME DAWSON." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, July 22. "SHOW US THE FATHER AND IT WILL SUFFICE US." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, July 28. "GOD HAS A PROVIDED WAY." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1963, January 18. "SPIRIT OF TRUTH." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.



Joseph Mattsson-Boze

1940-1944. Accessed from the wayback machine https://web.archive.org/web/20160428051535/http://pc-onclark.org/history_1940_1944

Branham, William. 1952, August 10. "I AM THE RESURRECTION AND THE LIFE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1952, August 10. "JESUS CHRIST THE SAME YESTERDAY TODAY AND FOREVER." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1952, August 16. "FAITH AFRICA TRIP REPORT BATTLE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1952, February 24. "BELIEVING GOD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, August 00. "THE TWENTIETH CENTURY PROPHET." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, August 29. "THE TESTIMONY OF JESUS CHRIST." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, August 30. "COME AND SEE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, August 31. "GOD TALKED TO MOSES." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, September 02. "TESTIMONY." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, September 03. "EXPECTANCY." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, September 05. "FAITH WITHOUT WORKS IS DEAD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, September 06. "BELIEVEST THOU THIS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org

Branham, William. 1953, September 06. "THE LIVING JESUS CHRIST." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, September 07. "LORD SHOW US THE FATHER AND IT SUFFICETH US." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, September 12. "THE INSIDE MAN." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1953, September 13. "FAITH." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org

Branham, William. 1953, September 13. "WHAT THINK YE OF CHRIST." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, July 18. "THE GREAT COMING REVIVAL AND THE OUTPOURING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, July 18. "TO SEE JESUS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, July 19. "GOD PROVIDING HEALING FOR THIS GENERATION." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, July 20. "THE MANIAC OF GADARA." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, July 22. "WHATEVER HE SAITH UNTO YOU DO IT." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, July 23. "THE PROPHET ELISHA." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, July 24. "A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH GOD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, July 25. "DO YOU NOW BELIEVE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, June 24. "THE DEEP CALLETH TO THE DEEP." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, March 20. "FAITH COMETH BY HEARING." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, March 21. "WHAT THINK YE OF CHRIST." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, September 03. "THE LAW HAVING A SHADOW." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1954, September 19. "DIVINE HEALING." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, January 15. "LAW." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, January 16. "JESUS CHRIST THE SAME YESTERDAY TODAY AND FOREVER." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, January 16. "THE BELIEVER'S POSITION IN CHRIST." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, January 20. "THE SEVEN COMPOUND NAMES OF JEHOVAH." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, January 21. "THE WATER OF SEPARATION." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, July 24. "ENTICING SPIRITS JEFFERSONVILLE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, May 01. "THE FAITH THAT WAS ONCE DELIVERED TO THE SAINTS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, October 03. "FAITH IN ACTION." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, October 04. "COME LET US REASON TOGETHER." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, October 06. "A HIDDEN LIFE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, October 07. "THE POWER OF DECISION." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1955, October 08. "THE RESULTS OF DECISION." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, April 03. "SHEPHERD OF THE SHEEPFOLD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, April 04. "THE INFALLIBILITY OF GOD'S SPOKEN WORD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, April 06. "THE INFALLIBLE WORD OF GOD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, April 07. "BLIND BARTIMAEUS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, April 08. "THE TIME IS AT HAND." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, April 08. "WHAT IS A VISION." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, August 14. "DIVINE LOVE AND SOVEREIGN GRACE PRINCE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, August 15. "FAITH PRINCE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, August 26. "DIVINE LOVE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, February 12. "FELLOWSHIP." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, February 19. "BEING LED OF THE HOLY SPIRIT." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, February 24. "JEHOVAH JIREH SIOUX." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, January 21. "THE INTER VEIL." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 11. "HEAR YE HIM." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 12. "LIFE IS THE HEALER." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 13. "JEHOVAH JIREH." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 14. "GOD PROVIDED A LAMB." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 15. "AN EXODUS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 21. "THE LAW HAVING A SHADOW." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, March 11. "GOD USING HIS GIFT." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, October 02. "FATHER THE HOUR HAS COME." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, September 06. "A SECONDHANDED ROBE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, September 09. "GOD MAKING HIS PROMISE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, September 09. "JEHOVAH JIREH." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, September 30. "HEAR YE HIM." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, August 04. "THE GREAT COMMISSION." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, January 26. "INDIA TRIP REPORT." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, January 26. "WHEN DIVINE LOVE IS PROJECTED SOVEREIGN GRACE TAKES ITS PLACE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, June 10. "FAITH ONCE DELIVERED TO THE SAINTS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, June 23. "BELIEVE FROM THE HEART." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, June 29. "STAND STILL AND SEE THE SALVATION OF THE LORD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, June 30. "THIRSTING FOR LIFE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, September 11. "SIRS WE WOULD SEE JESUS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, September 12. "THE DOOR OF THE DOOR." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1957, September 13. "AND THEN JESUS CAME." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1958, January 07. "THE QUEEN OF SHEBA." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1958, January 08. "THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1958, January 09. "THE CALLED OUT." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1958, January 12. "THE DOOR TO THE HEART." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1958, June 18. "HANDWRITING ON THE WALL." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1958, June 20. "THE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1958, May 30. "TIME TESTED FAITH NEW." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1959, August 15. "AS THE EAGLE STIRRETH UP HER NEST." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1959, June 09. "WHAT HEAREST THOU ELIJAH." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1959, June 13. "THIRSTING FOR LIFE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1960, June 08. "HAVING CONFERENCES." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1960, June 09. "BE NOT AFRAID." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1960, June 10. "THE REJECTED KING." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1960, June 11. "FAITH IS THE SIXTH SENSE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1960, June 11. "FELLOWSHIP." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, April 25. "THE FORGOTTEN BEATITUDE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, April 26. "MICAIAH THE PROPHET." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, April 28. "GETTING IN THE SPIRIT." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, April 29. "ONE OF THE MEANEST MEN IN TOWN." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, April 30. "SUPER SIGN." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, February 08. "SIRS WE WOULD SEE JESUS LONG." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, January 01. "REVELATION CHAPTER FOUR 2." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1961, March 15. "AN UNCERTAIN SOUND." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, June 03. "THE END TIME EVANGELISM." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, June 10. "CONVINCED THEN CONCERNED." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, May 06. "POSSESSING ALL THINGS." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, May 13. "LETTING OFF THE PRESSURE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org

Branham, William. 1962, May 13. "THE WAY OF A TRUE PROPHET OF GOD." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, May 18. "LETTING OFF THE PRESSURE GREEN." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, May 19. "FELLOWSHIP GREEN." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, May 20. "PERSEVERANCE." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, May 21. "CONVINCED AND THEN CONCERNED." Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, May 27. "QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, November 04. "BLASPHEMOUS NAMES." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1962, September 30. "IS THIS THE SIGN OF THE END SIR." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1963, July 14. "HUMBLE THYSELF." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1963, June 05. "GREATER THAN SOLOMON IS HERE." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1963, June 30. "IS YOUR LIFE WORTHY OF THE GOSPEL." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org

Branham, William. 1963, November 12. "SIR WE WOULD SEE JESUS NEW." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1963, November 16. "PERSEVERANCE NEW." Accessed April from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1963, November 17. "ONCE MORE NEW." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1963, September 29. "LOOK AWAY TO JESUS." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1964, July 05. "THE MASTERPIECE." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1964, July 19. "THE FEAST OF THE TRUMPETS." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1964, June 14. "THE ODDBALL." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1964, March 20. "GOD IDENTIFYING HIMSELF BY HIS CHARACTERISTICS DENHAM." Accessed April 29 from http://table.branham.org.




Jim Jones

Elijah Ministry:

Annotated Transcript Q1032. Accessed April 29 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=27315.

Annotated Transcript Q1054-3. Accessed April 29 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=62849.

Peoples Temple Newsletter, August 1970. Accessed April 29 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=14095.

Annotated Transcript Q1056-3. Accessed April 29 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=29174.

Annotated Transcript Q929. Accessed April 29 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=27616.

Annotated Transcript Q1023. Accessed April 29 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=27309.

The Letter Killeth. Accessed April 29 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=14110.

William Branham Influence

Annotated Transcript Q612. Accessed April 29 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=27492.

Handwritten Notes of Jim Jones. Accessed 2017, April 29 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=13782.

The Open Door (Text). Accessed from 2017, April 29 http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=18588.

Jones, James. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=27492.

Certificate of Ordination. 9156, February 5. Independent Assemblies of God.

Certificate of Ordination. 1964, February 16. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/DOCord.pdf .

1956, May 19. Peoples Temple Interracial-Interdenominational. Indianapolis Recorder.

Reiterman, Tim and John Jacobs, Raven: The Untold Story of Jim Jones and His People, (USA: Dutton Adult, 1982, 622 pages).

Jonestown:

Wunrow, Rose. 2014, August 25. The psychological massacre: Jim Jones and Peoples Temple: An Investigation. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=29478.

Jonestown. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://www.history.com/topics/jonestown.

Q042 Transcript, FBI Transcription. 1978, December 13. Accessed from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=29081.

Elijah / Messia / Deity

Jones, James. Annotated Transcript Q1054-3. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=14082.

Jones, James, Annotated Transcript Q1032. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=27315.

Jones, James. Annotated Transcript Q928. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=27616.

Jones, James. Annotated Transcript Q1057-5. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=63420.

Jones, Jim. Annotated Transcript Q1053-6. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=63349.

Woman 7 in Jones’ prayer line calls Jones “Elijah”. Q1023 Transcript. Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=27309.

Joint Campaign with William Branham:

Branham, William. 1953, June 11. “Hear Ye Him.” Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 12. “Life is the Healer.” Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 13. “Jehovah Jireh” Accessed 2017, May 30  from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 14. “God Provided a Lamb.” Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://table.branham.org.

Branham, William. 1956, June 15. “An Exodus.” Accessed 2017, May 30 from http://table.branham.org.

Timeline

McGehee, Fielding. Beck, Don. 100 Events in History of Peoples Temple. Accessed 2017, June 13 from http://jonestown.sdsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Timeline100.pdf



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