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|Title||Letter From James Bancker in China to His Sister Anne E Bancker|
|Library||American Philosophical Society|
|Collection||James A Bancker Papers, 1842-1849|
|Date||28 Oct 1843|
|Description||On social life and James' anxiety for his mother's health. Including information on an attack on the foreign factories at Guangzhou.|
|Document Type||Manuscript, Correspondence|
|Theme(s)||Social Life; Race Relations; Politics, War and Diplomacy|
|Keywords||attack, conflict, culture, factory, family, fire, health, personal correspondence, politics, prayer, religion|
|People||James Bancker; Anne E Bancker|
James Bancker, Charles Nicoll Bancker's son, was educated at the University of Pennsylvania. He later assisted his father at the Franklin Insurance company, working from their offices on Wall Street in New York City. In the 1840s, he left for China to explore trading opportunities. He returned to the United States in 1850 and continued working as a merchant. He died in 1897 in New York City.
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|Copyright||American Philosophical Society|