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Ch 19: Stone Age Cultures

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This chapter provides an overview of several cultures from the Stone Age. Access these fun history lessons and quizzes at any time to study for upcoming exams, complete homework assignments or simply learn more about Stone Age cultures.

Stone Age Cultures - Chapter Summary

Check out this fun history chapter to study the characteristics of many Stone Age cultures. Through a series of simple lessons, you'll review aspects of different Stone Age cultures from Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. The chapter is entirely self-paced, and you can use any Internet-connected device to study. Take the accompanying self-assessment quizzes to help retain the information you learn. If you have any questions about these cultures, simply reach out to our expert instructors online. When you're finished working through the chapter, you should be equipped to:

  • Identify important historical sites from England's Stone Age
  • Describe the Stone Age in China
  • Summarize the history of India's Stone Age
  • Recognize historically important explorers from the Stone Age in North America
  • Evaluate cultures from the European Stone Age
  • Interpret facts about the Stone Age in Ireland
  • Assess useful technologies from the Stone Age in Africa

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