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Published: 10.12.2014.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 4 units
References: Not used
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However, in cases where food is abundant and reliable, a hunter-gatherer group may become sedentary. In such cases, a combination of hunting and gathering with agriculture or horticulture, animal husbandry, or herding is common. Moving from the subsistence level to creating surplus provides support for societal development. The existence of surplus relieves individuals, or family units, from the burden of having to procure sufficient food for their needs every day. This frees them to develop skills and talents in ways that benefit others, who in return can share surplus food or other products. In this way, using flour from acorns and smoke-dried salmon for food, natives of the American Pacific Northwest, such as the Haida, were able to become skilled artisans, famous for their woven clothing and elaborately carved items.…

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