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Soon the others from the rest of US, Europe, Australia and China followed and since they mainly arrived during 1849 they were called the “forty-niners”.
Louise Smith was then a delicate, bright, golden-haired 20-year-old student. As her literary mentor, he advised, on October 31, 1839: ‘If you were to add to the love of reading the habit of writing you would find a new and inexhaustible source of comfort and satisfaction opening upon you.’ She accepted his advice, rejected his love.Louise may have met Amherst residents Emily Dickinson and Helen Hunt (Jackson), but Louise, as historian Rodman Wilson Paul notes, was 11 years older than her literary neighbors.Someone with whom Louise did exchange letters was Alexander Hill Everett.He also hoped that good mining investment opportunities existed at the camp, and that there was a shortage of doctors.In many other places in California, doctors and lawyers were already in abundance. Clapp, prospects at Rich Bar were good on all counts.
‘Really, everybody ought to go to the mines just to see how little it takes to make people comfortable in the world,’ Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clapp wrote from the mines in California, to her sister Molly in New England.