How much is a set of 1957 The American Peoples Encyclopedia worth in excellent condition?
Old encyclopedias are virtually worthless.
D. L. Birchfield has written: 'Beginning Biographies' 'Sioux history and culture' -- subject- s -: Dakota Indians, Social life and customs, History 'Native American Peoples' 'Crazy Horse - Raintree Biographies -' 'Apache - Native American Peoples -' 'Cheyenne - Native American Peoples -' 'Sioux - Native American Peoples -' 'How Choctaws invented civilization and why Choctaws will conquer the world' 'Sacagawea' -- subject- s -: Biography, Indians of North America, Juvenile literature, Lewis and Clark…
Founded in 1968, the American Indian Movement (AIM) is an organization dedicated to the Native American civil rights movement. Its main objectives are the sovereignty of Native American lands and peoples; preservation of their culture and traditions; and enforcement of all treaties with the United States. West's Encyclopedia of American Law | 2005 | Copyright
There were and to some extent still are Native American peoples. Three that come to mind are: A. The Cherokee Nation, mostly in North America; B. The Aztec peoples, who thrived mostly in the area now called Mexico; and C. The Inca peoples, these Native Americans made their homes on the western side of the South American continent.
sadly to say it is worth nothing it is56 years out of date that's why some people visit the library for research or use our popular wikipedia. while it may have sentimental value to you others won't think it valuable. i keep a little duck pitcher that i used on my oatmeal when i was young its worthless but not to me
It's very difficult to appraise something without being able to examine it, as peoples' definitions of "good" "excellent" and so on are very different. However, it's not uncommon to see L61Rs go for anywhere between $700.00 and $1000.00 depending on condition and caliber. 300HH is not a current favorite, and ammo can be tough to come by, but it's a great cartridge, and certainly has a nostalgic appeal.
Yes, although they are considered to be Native Indians of Mexico, the term America refers to North and South American and all indigenous peoples of the hemisphere. The term 'American Indian' is not commonly used outside of the United States or among native peoples themselves. A more general term such as aboriginal peoples or First Nations (for the aboriginal peoples of North American, especially those from Canada) has broader application. Eight North American Nations and…