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Early Humans 1

Mr.Blanchette CS

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Archeoligist A scientist who examines bones, tools, structures, and other objects to learn about past peoples and cultures
Prehistory Before history; the events in the period of time before writing was invented
History The written and other recorded events of people
Oral Tradition Stories passed down through generations by word of the mouth
Fertile Land or soil that contains substances plants need in order to grow well
Domesticate To tame animals and raise them to be used by humans
Old Stone Age The early part of the stone age during which people learned to hunt in groups, discovered how to use fire, and becames nomads
Stone Age A period of time during which people made tools and weapons mainly from stone; the earliest known period of human culture
New Stone Age The later part of the Stone Age during which people began to grow their own foods and lived in the same place year after year
Social Class A group, or class, that is made up of people with simaliar backgrounds, wealth, and ways of living
Surplus More of a thing or product than is needed
Migration To relocate; to move from one place to settle in another area
Nomad A person who has no single, settled home
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