Early Human Life and Major Changes

Early Human Life and Major Changes

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  • The use of tools affected the way prehistoric people hunted and gathered food. In the Paleolithic era, they used stone and other materials to make these for survival and protection as well.
  • With the invention of tools, it got so much easier to protect ourselves and hunt animals for meat.
  • The discovery of agriculture (Neolithic Revolution) completely changed the way prehistoric people got food and what they ate. They could store grains for long periods of time and had more food available. The population grew due to that.
  • Agriculture really helped my tribe out because we now have food available to us that doesn't rot easily.
  • Shelter for people was a very useful thing because they could protect themselves from animals. They also weren't exposed to the elements as much.
  • With shelters in our villages, we were able to protect ourselves from nature and hide from predators.
  • With the domestication of animals, people were able to farm and plow the fields much easier. They also didn't have to hunt as much because of the ready supply of meat. Life got much easier for them.
  • Not only were these animals great company, but they also helped us out by helping plow the fields.
  • As the population started to grow and they went through changes like the Neolithic Revolution, early humans assigned each other jobs. There were many jobs like animal herders, farmers, potters, etc.
  • Out of all the jobs we were given, I chose to be a farmer. It seemed most interesting out of the rest.
  • When early humans discovered fire it was a watershed moment that changed the way they survived. It was something that was probably passed down from one culture to another. It was a trade of ideas/knowledge.
  • With the discovery of fire and other major things, we passed down our knowledge and shared our ideas with other tribes and groups. It was like a trade.
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