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Cave, Mound, and Lake Dwellers, and Other Primitive People
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Page 76 - God made all the creatures and gave them our love and our fear, To give sign, we and they are his children, one family here.
Page 13 - Professor: Right. This marks the end of the Old Stone Age and the beginning of the Middle Stone Age, or the Mesolithic Period. In fact, "Meso" means "middle." Now let's think about the changing climate and the emergence of Homo Sapiens. How would this influence the kind of tools that would be produced? Any ideas, Chuck? Well, with the more moderate climate, Homo Sapiens didn't have...