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World History 9 Ch1

World History 9 MWHS

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Type of map that shows natural features physical map
Type of map that shows man-made borders political map
Person who studies ARTifacts from the past archaeologist
Person who studies landforms and climate geographer
Person who studies culture anthropologist
Person who studies the scarcity of resources and availability of goods economist
Scientist who found evidence of early humans in Africa (Great Rift Valley) Louis Leakey
Original, first source (diary, autobiography, documents, eyewitness account) primary source
Collected information (textbooks, biographies, encyclopedia) secondary source
To wander from place to place in search of food nomadic
The taming of animals domestication
Making only enough food to provide for your needs subsistence farming
More than you need surplus
includes cities, specialized workers, complex institutions, religion civilization
Exchange of goods barter
Tools and skills people need to meet their basic needs technology
man-made objects artifacts
The exchange and spread of ideas among cultures cultural diffusion
The traditions and practices of people culture