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Middlemen for tobacco, then later cotton, known as “factors,” soon appeared. 24 < COLONIZATION AND BUSINESS IN THE NORTH The other famous settlement in North America resulted from the efforts of a group of Protestants called Puritans. After moving to Holland to escape religious intolerance, the Puritans arranged a jointstock company that was partly financed by investors. Under the arrangement, the Puritans would work on the investors’ land for five days a week and on their own land for two. The original agreement was modified several times before the adventure began.
Unable to afford a Harvard education for his younger boy, Reverend Hancock placed Thomas in an apprenticeship in Boston with a bookseller. At age 21, after a seven-year apprenticeship in which he learned printing, bookbinding, sales, and other business skills, Thomas established his own small business, importing his volumes from England and Europe. To acquire books, he purchased and resold maritime products, particularly whale oil, bone, and related products, abroad. Although he expanded from his book business, Hancock did not ignore it.
Although he expanded from his book business, Hancock did not ignore it. Instead, he solidified his place in the Boston book trade, selling a diverse mix of wares in his stores, acquiring some products on consignment and others in payment for books or other debts. One could find clothes (which constituted more than half his total sales by the 1750s), knives, buttons, and swords, as well as tea, pepper, salt, and other food items. Bins of coal sat next to reams of paper; cloth jackets were draped near leather belts or fur pelts; and ship’s compasses and bells hung above the ever-present books.