From the author: A dirty book, a dirty life and a dirty family.
William Williamson was a pioneer of the American literary genre, writing on subjects like the American frontier, the war of 1812 and slavery, and the life of Abraham Lincoln.
Williamson was born in 1816, in the small town of Dyersburg, Virginia, where he lived with his family.
He attended the University of Virginia, graduating in 1821 with a degree in history.
He lived in Philadelphia, where his family later moved.
He spent the next decade working as a lawyer, and after the Civil War he moved to Texas, where Williamson started writing.
He died in 1887.
William, like many American authors, wrote a lot of history and biography, often in the form of short stories.
He published a number of short novels and collected short stories, mostly from his own personal collection, the “The Diary of William Williamson,” or the “Williamson Collection.”
He was also the author of a number other books, including “The Life of Abraham Lee, Sr.,” which was published in 1893 and “The Autobiography of James A. Garfield, Jr.” in 1905.
William is one of the most well-known American writers of the 20th century, and his “Dirty” and “Dirt” series, which became a staple of popular culture, is perhaps the most famous American book about a single family.
In “Doorways to Dicks,” a biography of William, the author interviews him and his family for several hours.
The book, published in 2001, is a celebration of Williamson’s life, from his family to the lives of the young Lincoln and his son, Abraham.
It’s a wonderful thing to read about a man, an American man, in his prime, when he was at his most interesting, when his whole career was in progress, when everything was so new.
And when I first read the book I was so thrilled to read it, because it was so very well done.
The man is a great American writer, and I love the way he tells it.
He has such a beautiful life story.
His wife, Mary, is the first woman to marry the president of the United States, which is the highest honor that a woman can be given in this country.
She was also his second wife.
In a lot to do with the birth of their children, and about the nature of the relationship, I think that there are two parts to it.
Mary, and they were very close, but there was a lot going on in the home, because he was a very private man.
But there was this other, very important aspect of it.
She is the mother of his children, Lincoln and Lincoln Jr.
He was a great family man.
He had this family that was very, very rich, and he was very good at organizing things.
He was a good business man, and also he was always a great friend to his children.
There were a lot that he could do for them.
And he was not shy about his politics.
He wrote about his experiences with the Civil Rights Movement, which he covered very extensively in the “Diary of William W. Williamson.”
He did write a very personal story about his own childhood.
He grew up in a house that had no furniture.
He used to have to stand up and look up at the ceiling and his wife would have to put on the blinds.
It was a hard life.
He did very well.
He didn’t have a lot in the way of material possessions, but he did have this great family and he had a very good life.
William was married to his second mistress, Elizabeth, from 1826 to 1829, and when he died, he left her a large inheritance, about $25,000.
William also had a large family, including a brother-in-law and his two daughters, Sarah and Lydia.
He left a widow, Elizabeth Anne, in 1870.
In the early 20th Century, William wrote about the Civil-War era and the lives and times of his family, and in a biography, “The Lincoln Letters,” published in 1971, he discussed his own relationship with Lincoln.
In it, he talked about his time in Washington, and talked about the impact of Lincoln’s assassination on his family life.
It became an enormous, almost personal experience for him.
He really felt that he was in Lincoln’s life.
In his last years, when Lincoln was gone, he was still in the middle of it, and William was writing about his family at the time.
But it was still a very emotional time for him, because his wife and daughters had just been married, and now they were divorced.
He wanted to tell their stories, so he wrote a memoir.
I read it in the late ’70s, and it was wonderful.
He talked about how it changed his life.
It was the same