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She took everything I got. Arms, bikini, legs, underarms He attended a local academy, was tutored by his mother, and planned to go to college. When he realized that the costs were too high for his parents, he left home at the age of 16 to work in his brother-in-law's bookstore in Buffalo, N. In Bancroft accompanied a consignment of his brother-in-law's books to California, where his father and brother had already gone. While there, Bancroft learned of his brother-in-law's death. After disposing of the books, he worked at odd jobs and then established a bookstore in Crescent City, Calif.
At the request of his sister, Bancroft returned to New York State. Unhappy there, he soon returned to California with another stock of books. He set up as a printer, publisher, and bookseller in San Francisco in and became an immediate business success. The collecting fever had infected him. Spending the summer of and the year of in Europe, Bancroft looked for books about the Pacific Coast as well as for representatives to send books to him.
By Bancroft was rich enough to consider retiring. Instead, he cast about for a use for his books and in , the year of his wife's death, decided to write a history of the entire western half of the North American continent. Bancroft began the writing of the history in , utilizing a staff of assistants ranging in number from 6 to 50 to do research, condensing, and writing for him. These anthropological accounts were criticized by professional scholars, so Bancroft traveled to the East Coast to solicit support but was not very successful. Undaunted, Bancroft pushed ahead with his project, which was to include political and cultural, as well as natural, history.
He put together another 28 volumes, including a 6-volume History of Mexico and a 7-volume History of California. A comprehensive edition, The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft , which included books on the Indians, was sold throughout the West by skillful promotion—some 6, sets worth over a million dollars. Bancroft failed to achieve the literary fame he desired. Use the Advanced Search option to limit the date; then click on the ADD button to add it to your search terms.
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