They didn't have much technology because they didn't have many people to work on it. They always got sick from the dust and stuff because it wasn't good for their health. Then they would die off and then they'd get less people. Hunter gatherers and agriculturalists population was never big. They both didn’t have a lot of people.
The financial, housing, social, clothing, diet and education situations of both of these social classes can be compared – they are complete opposites. “Peasants lived a life of working hard to get things, while nobles were given what they wanted.” [c] A peasant was not allowed to wear the colours/fabrics of what the nobles wore. If so, they would be either fined or put in jail. Nobles let the peasants do their farming work, whilst obtaining the jobs that can be considered “important”, such as judges, council workers. The noble’s houses are the complete opposite of peasants – they were large, and they did not have to share with farm animals.
They wouldn’t use African slaves because the farms were either too small or too poor. People of New England also had public buildings such as Puritan churches and a meeting house for the adult men. In the Middle Colonies most of the jobs were very hands on. The men partook in jobs such as blacksmiths, carpenters, farmers, craftsmen, fishermen, miners and others. This work would normally be very extensive.
Once the towns had food surpluses, not all civilians had to be farmers, so they branched out and did other things. They discovered new technologies, mathematics and writing, and took those and used them to their advantages and made careers out of them. Some people became artisans, scholars, artists and traders. After people had found jobs and could provide for themselves, organized religions began to develop. Places of worship, priesthood and taxes became an important part in these peoples every day lives.
Many key factors led to the transition from indentured servants to slavery. Indentured servants became less cost- efficient due to the fact that land owners owned multiple pieces of land or needed more than one indentured servant to work on their land. Even though working conditions were harsh and the servants were limited to what they can and cannot do, they still had rights as humans, which means they were not slaves. But as more jobs were needed on the farm, the more indentured servant demanded in wages. As the needs of indentured servants increased, the owners believed they were not obliged to commit to the request of their servant.
The last part of the food component is the distribution of the goods, here Natives with help Elders that are unable to get out and look or hunt for food that is in their diet. Having these traditions in sharing with the Elders ensures that young generations will know what they need to do to help later in life. Also Natives now have access to items that are distributed through food pantry or at the market. Having availability to these items will help the Natives be able to get to healthy fruits and
Did the Elizabethan people grow their own food in their era? Yes they had to grow their own food in their era. Back then they had to grow their own food to. The reason for that was to provide for their family. Because then they didn't have food stores or markets where they could go get food for their family.
“The Grapes of Wrath” takes place during the great depression: which was a substantial economic downside in United States history. At the same time, racism continues in the United States. The Okies are very talented farmers and most of them travel along route 66 to hope for a better life, but something was waiting for them that was unexpected to these people. They did not receive any governmental supports they were ignorant, and this makes native people easier to realize Okies as an outsider also they found menial and low paying jobs. Steinbeck implies that man turns against another human for the survival of the fittest; therefore, they do not mind to put another human in a situation that is challenging to survive.
There was a wide variety of jobs in the Inca Civilization, though the dominant occupation was farming and the people did not have much say in what job they performed (“Daily Life in the Inca Empire”). First of all, there were many government jobs in the civilization, such as the Sapa Inca, nobles, or administrators; however most ordinary civilians could not perform the most important jobs as it was required that the person who did them be of original Inca descent, meaning their ancestors originated from the capital city of Cusco (“Daily Life in the Inca Empire”). Citizens could, however be administrators who managed and supervised life in specific areas of the land (“Daily Life in the Inca Empire”). People could also be artisans, who were craftsmen that worked with a variety of materials including silver, gold, bronze, and copper (Ellis and Esler 198-199). These artisans created many different types of objects that could range from simple tools to statues of the gods (Ellis and Esler 198-199).
There were small city-states run by a singular ruler. Most of the population were poor farmers, that had no idea what was happening within the country. Obviously this system was not the best. Eventually countries found a more efficient way of running their countries. A single ruler began to consolidate the power from the city-states and make a more uniform government for the country.
The demise of the hunter gather society is a result of the beginning of an ice age and the need for a reliable food source. In turn, they completely reinvented basic means for obtaining food through the development of agriculture, refocusing energies to innovations and cultural development. The methods that hunter gather societies used to track food was not time efficient as stated in the Guns, Germs, and Steel video with Jared Diamond. It is not productive to track down each animal, spot the quarry, and use primitive bows and arrows for it is not guaranteed capture. In addition, you depend completely on the animals.
The Old Order Amish of Lancaster “have indeed changed in response to a changing world. However, religious beliefs unite the Amish as separatists and encourage community rather than individuality” (Brubaker, 2003). Adjusting from farming as a main way of life to giving up the farm for factory or business work is not easy for anyone, let alone the Amish who find identity in tilling the soil. Many Old Order Amish businesses still cater to farm life, or community life in some way. Although some Amish find work with outside employers, it is ideal to work from or near home in a cottage industry or retail store.
During the Great Depression, farmers did not have the help of electrical equipment on the farm. They had to do everything by hand, which took longer periods of time and workers were tired out more easily. Electrical lights were also a great help because, instead of having dangerous lanterns that had an open flame, farmers could feel safer and wouldn’t have to worry about the dangers of lanterns. “Although most parts of the U.S. economy prospered during the 1920s, the decade proved to be a harsh, lean time for farmers.”(US History in Context). Since it was the most difficult time for farmers, it was even more difficult to live without farming tools, where they would not have to work as hard and would get more work
Mesopotamia was a successful civilization because of it 's farming. I know this beause If they weren 't successful in farming, they couldn 't build up theire civilization. The text stated that the two rivers would bring in silt, which made rich farming land. This in turn, made them need less farmers, so people got other jobs. The text says they built temples and started trading with other villages.
If you did not have forest on the land you got then you would have a hard time surviving or even getting anything for their house. According to the letters in distress “All right for those present who are living with lands which forest ,but , we who live eon lands which have no forest, we are in trouble” This is social because if you don 't have forest the way you live is to eat very little and have very little but if you have forest then you can turn trees into lumber, firewood. The Mehele also had a political The Mehele also had social impacts on the makaainana. To the hawaiians it was a silly idea to own land because it belonged to the gods, but then the land was spit and the two parts were crown land and government land . According to the letters in distress it states “Running the price of the land up to 250.00 an acre for taro land,and we know that he made the bids himself until the price is too high,and the government gets it, he pays no attention to the Hawaiians.” the government gets most of the good land and the hawaiians get hardly any land