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While the Latin bible was widely available for those who could afford a copy, Latin as a spoken, understood language eventually began to die out among the peoples of what had been the Roman Empire. For these "mystery" beasts, in some form or another, do exist; they prowl, they howl, they lurk, they leap, they kill. Copyright © 2004 - 2016 PaperBackSwap.com. 1637 - Samuel Lincoln from Hingham, England, settles in Hingham, Massachusetts. 1778 - Thomas Lincoln (Abraham's father), descendant of Samuel, is born in Virginia. 1782 - Thomas and family move to Kentucky. 1786 - Thomas' father is killed by Native Americans. 1806 - Thomas marries Nancy Hanks.

Pages: 498

Publisher: GMP Editions (June 24, 2010)

ISBN: 0980746906

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