First Civilization Storyboard
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Hunters and Gatherers were early humans who lived in a group of about 30 people, and lived in small huts or caves. The only jobs they had were either hunting or gathering.
Hunting and gathering weren't ideal. In the winter, animals would migrate to a warmer areas. With gathering, the berries and other fruits would spoil over time.
Hunters and gatherers observed how plants grew and watched as seeds were distributed by the wind. Soon enough, a plant grew where the seed was. They figured they could settle down in one spot and just grow their own food. They also built homes, domesticated and bred animals, so they did not have to rely on hunting.
When the village had lots of food, they were able to support more people. They eventually became big cities and could support a large amount of people.
Since they had more food than they needed, they could focus on other jobs, like pottery, weaving, tool making, and cloth making. These villages also had governors who controlled the way of life around the village.
Early humans advanced through that period of time, from hunting and gathering, to farming, making tools, other jobs, and creating civilization.
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