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10.1Lecture - Lecture o GautchaN!ore o ForagersFarming o...

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Lecture o Gautcha N!ore o Foragers Farming o Wide-spectrum Mobility o Birth spacing 3-4 Years Higher level of reproduction o Tsumkwe Reservation Going to move back to Gautcha to take up a new kind of ecology Sedentary one Involves farming instead of foraging o Sedentary Narrow Spectrum Crops o Life pretty much collapsed into a negative situation with a lot of fighting and jealously Film o Droughts o Stayed in a cave Buried their dead, and they were dug up o Adopted permanent house style, much different from bushman tribe o Shift occurred between 10-12 kya in the Hayanim Cave in Israel Middle East o Gautcha’s rain water holes never run dry o Gautcha people are always drinking and fighting Hard for the leaders to lead Also had TB and illness o NyaeNyae was split up between different people Eastern Bushmanland was the only part with water People wanted to turn it into a game reserve
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  • Fall '08
  • Boehm
  • Sedentary Narrow Spectrum, jealously Droughts Stayed, dry Gautcha people, bushman tribe  Shift, rain water holes, Middle East Gautcha

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