Born in Sag Harbor, Long Island, Prentice Mulford sailed to San Francisco on a clipper in 1856 and remained for 16 years. He left for a long tour of Europe in 1872 and then settled in New York City where he became known as a lecturer, author of poems and essays, and a columnist for the New York Daily Graphic (a serial). He's credited with building the body of knowledge of the philosophy known as New Thought.
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