15 Pinnacles: History's Glorious Golden Ages

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AuthorHouse, Jun 1, 2002 - History - 196 pages
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Online---- Here it all begins.

Again, I ask Shall I Take A Co-wife.

Iands: (light skinned, Indian looking, long straight waist length hair. Tennessee accent).

I know these girls better than any of you. Their mother was just like a mother to me. I know Isea, and she cannot and will not tolerate another day of foolishness. Now, I told her that these children are Inis's too, and they will have to work something out cause it wouldn't be fair for him not to see his children, but if he's going to have all these other women and their children too, well then he can't be a father to these three children. Now, I'm not going to stand for any foolishness.

I've been a big sister to all of these girls and I know...

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THOMAS A. GAINES, trained in architecture, headed a design and construction company and has written extensively on planning and architecture. He is a contributor to such periodicals as Historic Preservation Magazine, MIT's Journal of Environmental Design, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.

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