TEST FOR WEDNESDAY 09/22

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TEST FOR WEDNESDAY 09/22
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2010-09-21 22:43:03
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  1. Food
    Fallers - eat(game, roots, berries, nuts, honey), drink(tsama melon, milk, roots, blood, stomach juices, water)

    Lee - Mongongo Nuts 300 - 400 day
  2. Shelter
    Fallers - was easy to move because they moved to where they could get food - grass hut

    Lee - grass huts using sapplings as foundation for huts
  3. Clothing
    Fallers - antelope hide, any animal skins they find

    Lee - loin cloths, corros - can be a bag or blanket
  4. Basic needs are achieved by
    Fallers - hunting & gathering

    Lee - hunting & gathering 2 - 3 times a week
  5. Specialized jobs
    Fallers - butcher, hunter, gatherer, headman

    Lee - medicine man
  6. Technology
    Fallers - Bow & Arrows, pockets to carry things, trading metal with people, axes, knives, scrapers, digging sticks, grob for poison, spears

    Lee - Digging sticks, bow & arrow, hunting dogs, rope, trapping of animals, hand axe, pots & cups, beadwork, leather pouch.
  7. Family System
    Fallers - Nuclear

    Lee -
  8. Roles Women
    Fallers - gather roots, berries and melons, set up traps for catching animals, build shelters, takes care of fire wood

    Lee -
  9. Roles Men
    Fallers - do most of the hunting & gather honey

    Lee - gather & hunting
  10. Roles Elders
    Fallers -

    Lee -
  11. Roles Children
    Fallers -

    Lee - play games
  12. Government society is ruled by
    Fallers - A single person that is handed down the job from elders.

    Lee -
  13. Religion
    Fallers - Nothing noted

    Lee - Nothing noted
  14. Entertainment
    Fallers - decorative ordiments

    Lee - snoke & talk around fire, telling stories, dancing
  15. Changes in the kalahari
    • Marshall
    • 1. Cattle in the desert
    • 2. Southwest Africa is now Namibia
    • 3. Western clothing
    • 4. Live on a mission station (kung & gikwe)
    • 5. Live on farms (kung & gikwe)
  16. Crimes
    • 1. Refused to contribute to molimo basket
    • 2. Placed net in front of groups net.
    • 3. Make seperate camp.
    • 4. Not share food
    • 5. Complained
    • 6. Called himself a chief
    • 7. Spoke of a dead persons name
    • 8. denied himself from his mother
    • 9. Didn't participate in ceremony
    • 10. Didn't go with group to light hunt fire
    • 11. Discraced other hunters
    • 12. Mistreated relatives
  17. Punishment
    • 1. Treat him like an animal
    • 2. Took his food
    • 3. Sit on ground
    • 4. Threaten to "kick him out" of the tribe
    • 5. Said he was not a mbuti
    • 6. Spat at his name
    • 7. The hairy fist
  18. Tales of the Mbuti
    How a young Mbuti became a great hunger
    • Target age - young kids 6,7,8 years old
    • One child stayed with father
    • chimp fell into net
    • other chimp took child
    • chimp told child to scratch his back
    • kid took branch (itch bugs)
    • kid speared chimp
    • Dad delighted
    • Uncle brought kid down
    • Told whole camp
  19. Lesson
    • 1. Even though your young you can hunt
    • 2. Quick Thinker
    • 3. Watch out for chimp
  20. Chimp who killed Mbuti with his own spear
    • Mbuti walked through woods
    • watched chimps play
    • chimp spoted him
    • chimp "we will fight"
    • root of forrest = spear
    • killed all but 1 chimp
    • Mbuti set down spear
    • chimp picked up spear killed Mbuti
    • Brother went to find him
  21. Lesson
    • 1. Don't leave spear lying around
    • 2. Don't go into forest alone.

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