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Gansevoort We got this blanket served as a role model and support for Melville in many ways throughout his life, at this time particularly in forming a self-directed educational plan. In early 1834 Gansevoort had become a member of Albany’s Young Men’s Association for Mutual Improvement, and in January 1835 Melville joined him there. Gansevoort also had copies of John Todd’s Index Rerum, a blank register for indexing remarkable passages from books one had read for easy retrieval. Among the sample entries which Gansevoort made showing his academic scrupulousness was “Pequot, beautiful description of the war with,” with a short title reference to the place in Benjamin Trumbull’s A Complete History of Connecticut (Volume I in 1797, and Volume II in 1898) where the description could be found. The two surviving volumes of Gansevoort’s are the best evidence for Melville’s reading in this period. Gansevoort’s entries include books Melville used for Moby-Dick and Clarel, such as “Parsees—of India—an excellent description of their character, and religion and an account of their descent—East India Sketch Book p. 21”. Other entries are on Panther, the pirate’s cabin, and storm at sea from James Fenimore Cooper’s The Red Rover, Saint-Saba.