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How much is 1957 The American Peoples Encyclopedia worth excellent condition?

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What is the value of the American peoples encyclopedia yearbook of 1953 events of 1952?

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Who was Jim Jones?

the American founder of the Peoples Temple


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An Americanoid is a person who is characteristic of or resembling Native American peoples.


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