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Division of labor refers to the apportioning of various tasks to different people in the society. It mostly applies in complex tasks, which may be broken into simpler tasks, and are assigned to specialists who deal only with the tasks assigned to them. Division of labor in the society is often done to enhance efficiency. In the division of labor, a person carries out a duty that he or she is best suited to carry out. For example, there may be those carrying out farming, others doing hunting, while others may be involved in making of tools.
Through their excavations and the discovery of ancient artifacts, archeologists are able to know that the early clans used to exhibit the division of labor. Archeologists have found Paleoindian tools, as well as bones from animals. Skulls and remains of animals show that they used to be hunters. In addition, seeds as well as fragments of rind from wild gourds indicate that they used to gather plants. The remains of tools used in hunting have also been found by Archeologists (Milanich, 1998).
Several changes took place, thus enabling the clans of Paleo-Indians to settle down in Florida. Some of the events that led to their settling down included the change in climatic conditions. For instance, the collection of surface water and clay deposits provided a desirable environment for farming. The presence of water and suitable soils enabled the clans to settle in one place from where they carried out farming (Milanich,
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