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Our Parents told us that our great great grand father's tribe
didn't trade as much because they were most concerned about the animals.
Once the Paleolithic people settled in , trading became more common.
Sometimes, we often had to travel hundreds of miles in search of trading for materials.
We also would ride on donkeys as a source of transportation or we traveled on foot.
Traders like us would look for items like flint and obsidian because they are rare and come from volcanoes.
Crafters would use obsidian for knife blades, mirrors, and arrowheads.
The growth of trade allowed people to communicate better with each other.