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Early People & Agriculture-Vocabulary Lessons 1&2

technology the use of skills and tools to meet practical needs.
Old Stone Age period of time, until 12,000 years ago, when stone tools were the most common technology.
hunter-gatherers people who met their needs by hunting animals and gathering plants.
agriculture the raising of crops and animals for human use.
New Stone Age period of time, beginning about 12,000 years ago and ending 6,000 years ago when people still depended on stone tools but they began experimenting with agriculture.
domesticate to train something to be useful to people.
surplus an extra supply of something.
specialization people training to do particular kinds of work.
civilization a culture that has developed systems of specialization, religion, learning, and government.
trade the exchange of goods.
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