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    Asa Randolph was born April 15, 1889 in Crescent City, Florida. He attended the Cookman Institute in East Jacksonville, which was the only academic high school for African Americans at the time. Asa graduated at the top of his class in the year 1907. After graduating high school, Asa moved to New York, after feeling the effects of discrimination while trying to look for a job in Florida. In New York Asa worked odd jobs, while taking classes as the New York city college. While in New York, Asa found himself picking up a book called “The souls of black folk” by William Edward Burghardt Du Bois. This book talks about William Edward’s experience as an African American living in American society and the racial discrimination he faced. It was until Asa read this book, that he was convinced he had to be apart of the fight for social equality. After being inspired, Asa became more involved in organizations within the city, specifically related to social…

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    “Crescent Moon Darnel.” Meta looked up from her port, her eyes wandering for the so-called Crescent Moon. She had never seen this name on her list, giving it away that she had just turned four, the age when the scientists first draw blood from the shells. “Here.” a small, almost inaudible voice came from the back of the lava tunnel. A small blonde girl with warm brown eyes emerged from the crowd. She blushed and looked a the floor as Meta examined her. “Hello,” Meta said softly “What’s wrong?”…

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    Routine Subsistence Tasks Of The Neolithic

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    The reason for this would have been the same as those in migratory societies, practicality. Although the women were no longer restrained by the need to carry infants long distances, and the presence of a crying child would not have had the same effect on domesticated animals as on the hunted prey, they still had to be concerned about the safety of the toddler. Any task taking place while caring for children also had to be interruptible. Men and women had to spend the majority of their time…

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    The Fertile Crescent is the region in the Middle East which curves, like a quarter-moon shape, from the Persian Gulf, through modern-day southern Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel and northern Egypt. Known as the Cradle of Civilization, the Fertile Crescent is regarded as the birthplace of agriculture, urbanization, writing, trade, science, history and organized religion and was first populated 10,000 BCE when agriculture and the domestication of animals began in the region. By 9,000 BCE the…

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    The Earliest civilization in the Fertile Crescent of the Middle East was Mesopotamia. Mesopotamia is bordered on its sides by the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Mesopotamia, in fact, is Greek for “between the rivers.” The rise of Sumerian Civilization began when the first Sumerian cities began in the lower part of Mesopotamia, and Sumer became a great empire inside of Mesopotamia. The Indus River Valley Civilization is the first civilization in India. The Indus Valley is located in the…

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    The land between the Tigris and Euphrates River became known as the fertile crescent. The crescent was home to one of the very first highly concentrated cities of the ancient world. The name of this civilization was Sumerian, Sumeria is where the modern day human society really launched off. In this land rose the invention of an alphabet, the alphabet was written on papyrus leaves an engraved on clay tablets. This form of writing was known as cuneiform and this in hand with the alphabet led to…

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    Civilization is considered as the most advanced stage in a human social development and organization, and consists of society, culture, and way of life. Around 10,000 BCE, people known as Nomads did not have a permanent area to settle in. They constantly traveled where their non-domesticated livestock went. Between 10,000 BCE through 550 BCE evidence of settlements began to show. Located within the Fertile Crescent, “[Sumerians were the only group that gave] evidence if settlements, systematic…

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    1. Agricultural Revolution- The Agricultural Revolution began around 8500 BCE and lasted till around 3500 BCE. We know today that the hunter/gatherer societies eventually settled down. One of the first major settlements was Catal Huyuk in present day Anatolia. The revolution started in the Fertile Crescent which is in Modern day Iraq. This was important because humans were finally settling down which led to culture, technology, religions, languages and many other advancements. 2. Phoenicians-…

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    Mesopotamian Civilization

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    society, to the origins of democracy, Chapter 2 of Patterns of World History Volume One spans a crucial era in the development of large humans civilizations or empires. First, The“Fertile Crescent” between the Tigris and Euphrates river allowed for increased agricultural success, paving the way for agrarian society. Furthermore, Mesopotamian and Egyptian government commenced with similar political structure but soon after developed into two distinct empires. The fall of the Mycenaean empire led…

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    The fantastic story of The Epic of Gilgamesh is one of the world’s oldest known documents to ever have been written down. Its main character is that of a human-like god, named Gilgamesh, who goes on the greatest journey of his life. With help from the gods along the way, he battles and faces many challenges that are new and exhilarating to his normally posh lifestyle. The Historical context of The Epic of Gilgamesh dates all the way back to around 2000 BCE. This story was written down by a…

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