peoples temple agricultural project

Peoples Temple – Wikipedia

Peoples Temple Agricultural Project (“Jonestown”, Guyana) In 1974, the Peoples Temple signed a lease to rent land in Guyana. The community created on this property was called the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project, or, informally, “Jonestown”. It had as few as 50 residents in early 1977.

Founder: Jim Jones

Peoples Temple – WRSP – wrldrels.org

The Peoples Temple Agricultural Project grew slowly at first, housing only about 50 people as late as the first months of 1977, but it expanded to more than 400 residents by April, and to 1,000 by the end of the year (Moore 2009:44).

Peoples Temple Agricultural Project | History on Air

Jonestown is the informal name for the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project in northwestern Guyana located in South America. It was led by a man named Jim Jones.

The Peoples Temple Agricultural Project (Jonestown, Guyana

Navish David was watching Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple at The Peoples Temple Agricultural Project (Jonestown, Guyana). May 31, 2018 · Kansas City, MO · Shocking Documentary !!! can’t actually believe how in the heaven is this even possibble..

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Peoples Temple Agricultural Project on Canvas

The sign said “Welcome to Jonestown Peoples Temple Agricultural Project.” For these paintings, I chose to focus on the “Agricultural Project” aspect of that sign, and on what a group of people built instead of what some of them eventually destroyed. I wanted …

Peoples Temple agricultural project : progress report

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People’s Temple Agricultural Project – YouTube

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Nov 09, 2007 · People’s Temple Agricultural Project video brought to you by the Rural People’s Party (Marxist-Leninist-Maoist.) Photographs courtesy of the Jonestown Institute. Music by People’s Temple.

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