Permanent Shelters By: Alexa Murray and Ellie Spezia
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The important features about permanent sheltersBy: Alexa Murray and Ellie Spezia
People used temporarily houses for shelter in the Paleolithic Age. They looked like caves. These shelters were temporary because they would always be migrating to look for food in their time.
Houses in the Neolithic age were built by mud and stones with sticks.
Neolithic people used their houses to store and cook food by digging a hole in the ground.
The development of permanent shelters was important because they could build and grow a better community. They could also grow a safer community.
The development of permanent shelters were also important because people wanted to make their life more comfortable. It helped people in the harsh winter and the wild animals.
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