The Hunter-Gatherers are hunting deer, for their family. After they caught the animals, they bring them home to feed their families once skinned. Hunter-Gatherers ate animals such as Bison, Mammoth, and Deer. Their homes were made out of wood and shaped into a tent. Some also used animal skinned when building their temporary homes.
The Lady on the left, who we will call Sarah, is picking some crops she has grown for herself and her family. She grows crops like wheat, and multiple berries. In this time, they found out about animal domestication. Sarah has two wolves, which help out with hunting and protection. She also has two cows, cows then were used for the same purpose as today; Meat and milk.
In this slide, Sarah and Joe can finally have a permanent home. They've settled down and now are growing a family. All while they have their animals. New jobs have developed, such as Fishing and Mining. Both Joe is employed in. In the top right tab he's hanging out by the water with his fishing gear. And in the bottom, he's mining. All which are new improvements.