Australia and Northwest America. Thesis. The tribes of Native America were far more ‘ civilised ’ than their counterparts in Australia. Why?
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- Generally, the land in Northwest America was more hospitable to animal and plant-life, allowing the Americans to settle down and continually hunt, forage and gather off the same land. On the other hand, Australia possesses a far more barren climate – especially the Outback. As a result, food was far more scarce and they had to keep moving to find it.
Whereas, the aboriginals had no specialisation and everyone was geared towards hunting & gathering; providing for the village only.
Both traded across their respective regions and with neighboring tribes.
Chief > Shaman > Warrior > Everyone else