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Educational Work in the Northwest


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George W. Bailey became pastor of the Spokane CHOG upon his return from India in 1905.

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Bailey, while pastoring, began classes in music, Bible geography, and history, as well as other classes.

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The first meeting of the new campground at Edmonds in 1914. Gospel workers' institute hel, and other institutes followed.

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A. F. Gray conducted an institute at Charleston.

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Spokane Bible Institute was established in 1913. It was supported by the Inland Empire district. Some correspondence work was offered. The Institute was taken over by the ministers of the northwest.

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School was reorganized in 1920 and moved to Boise, Idaho and was named to Pacific Bible Institute with A. F. Gray named the principal. After the second year, the school was moved to Seattle. Because of inadequate facilities and small enrollment, the school closed. But because there were was a desire for the school to continue, the Pacific Bible College was organized in 1937 at Spokane where it operated for three years. After that time, it was moved to Portland in 1940.

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School is not a liberal arts school, but a theological one.


  • From the Series: Creation: 1949 - 1950
  • From the Series: Event: Describing events from 1881 - 1948



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Language of Materials

From the Series: English

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