A very important part of the early success of the Israelite House of David was the print shop. Benjamin and Mary Purnell utilized printed copies of the Star of Bethlehem to attract and convert followers of the Fifth (Wroeite) and Sixth (Jezreelite) churchs. Once they moved to Benton Harbor, Michigan, in 1903, setting up a print shop was a top priority to facilitate the growth of the colony.
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