AP World Unit 1,Unit 2, Unit 3 and Unit 4 Summary

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What is important from Unit 1? AR ----- (neolithia Rev) 10,000—8,000BCE Hunter-gather to settled community Small nomadic, gender equality ////domesticate plants animals, gender inequity, specialization (lead to c classes’ innovation/tech)
Unit 1 Key concepts: Migrations of hunting-foraging bands of humans during the Paleolithic era, from East Africa to Eurasia, Australia and the Americas. The Neolithic Revolution (AR) domestication of plants and animals (pastoralism)
Impact on: - social structure - demographics - economics - technologies

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