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Nancy Hanks of "undistinguished families, second families."

Author: Adin Baber
Publisher: Bloomington, Ind., ©1959.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An essay to trace the ancestry of Abraham Lincoln on his mother's side, genealogy, 1700-1900.
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Baber, Adin.
Nancy Hanks of "undistinguished families, second families.".
Bloomington, Ind., ©1959
(OCoLC)682528778
Named Person: Nancy Hanks Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln; Hanks family.; Hanks family.; Abraham Lincoln; Nancy Hanks Lincoln; Hanks.; Lincoln.; Mitchell.; Shipley.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adin Baber
OCLC Number: 1843368
Description: 367 leaves 28 cm

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An essay to trace the ancestry of Abraham Lincoln on his mother's side, genealogy, 1700-1900.

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