Cultural Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology - Intro To Cultural Anthropology...

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Intro To Cultural Anthropology Spring Break and Onwards Final Notes [Type the document subtitle]
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I. Hunter and Gatherers A. First were nomads that followed the seasonal food, food production had not yet been invented B. Villages began to become connected when civilization realized that both plants and animals could be domesticated C. In this system there is still a caste system II. Chiefdom A. Although each individual Native American village had a Chief or leader, the villages were still connected into a tribe. 1. The chiefs were a group of nobles in most cases that ran the tribe together. III. Agricultural Revolution A. Domestication in plants began to change hunting and gathering villages. B. Began to see those that changed lived on because they found how to work with Mother Nature rather than be ruled by it. C. This revolution allowed more and more people in a village which eventually led to cities. 1.
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