Social Studies- Agriculture Revolution

Social Studies- Agriculture Revolution
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  • In the Paleolithic Age people had obtained their food by hunting animals and gathering plants.
  • In the Neolithic Age people had learned to tame animals and grow crops.
  • In the Paleolithic Age people lived in caves or tent-like structures for shelter.
  • This meant that people had to risk their lives to hunt for the food, and had to follow the animals wherever they went.
  • In the Neolithic Age, peple lived in stronger-built houses.
  • This chage was important because this help them save food and have to travel less for the food.
  • In the Paleolithic Age, communities were small.
  • This was because the shelters were temporary, since they had to move often in order to follow the wild or find new plants to eat.
  • In the Neolithic Age, communities were larger.
  • This was because the houses gave more protection from harsh weather and wild animals, also made life more comfortable.
  • The communities were small because people wandered from place to place in search for food.
  • The communities were larger because people became better organized, so they could divide into different jobs and make their towns bigger.
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