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global 9 review

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social scientist the people who study the world in which humans live
historians study written records of the past
geographers study the earths surface and its impact on humans.
topography physical land features
climate weather
human migrations (movement), and the way in which humans adapt to (learn to live in)
political maps show countries, their boarders, and capital cities
physical maps show topography (land features such as mountains, rivers,deserts,lakes,etc)
economists study how societies use available resources
anthropologists study past and present human cultures
primary source a firsthand record of a historical event created by an eyewitness who actually experienced the event
secondary source a second hand record of a historical event created by a person who did not actually experienced the event
neolithic age new stone age
key development of neolithic age humans first discovered how to perform agriculture and domesticate animals for food and drink
key development of neolithic age humans switched from being nomads
key development of neolithic age farming created a steady food supply
key development of neolithic age the permanent villages created during the neolithic age eventually turned into civilizations
key development of neolithic age the development of farming g during this period was so important for humans that it is often called the neolithic revolution
civilization a civilization is a complex and highly organized society that includes a government social classes job specialization a food surplus writing and religious beliefs
Created by: msa1999