Haskell reproduced: http://www.centerforadventistresearch.org/photos/photographs/b1500/b15627196_e0001.jpg. As you can see, Haskell re-typeset the chart identified as the one with "the little horn disconnected from the goat."
- There are three different variants of the 1843 chart:
- One that did not have
the little horn at all (this was the first chart and the one that James
White owned and is hanging on the wall at the Ellen White Estate at the
General Conference in Maryland). There are blank spaces on the original
printing of the chart near the goat. These will be filled with an
overprinting horn in the two examples below.
- One that had the little horn disconnected from the goat. This was probably printed by those who favored the little horn coming out of the four winds. A photo of it link to a can be found in our photo database: http://www.centerforadventistresearch.org/photos/photographs/b1800/b18436298_e0001.jpg
One that had the little
horn coming out of the head of the goat. This is the copy we have here at
the Center and a picture of it can be found in our photo database at the
following link: http://www.centerforadventistresearch.org/photos/photographs/b1750/b17580377_e0001.jpg