By Myrl Shireman
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Com (background). com/Adam Korzekwa (square frame). A. WAS LIFE BACK IN EARLY WHAT AMERICA REALLY LIKE? Let’s take a look at some of the gross things from the past—including smells, bugs, diseases, clothing, and hair. These alone will make you realize . . you couldn’t stand to be there.
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Life in the Tropical Rain Forest by Myrl Shireman