Expanding into agriculture was thus a natural step. This preserved the larger community and opened expansion opportunities. What i do want to emphasize though is that the initial drive came by way of fishing communities. This allowed initial populations to expand locally. Yet it is noteworthy that the Indians of the Pacific north west were unable to break inland at all and stayed locked to the coasts. That preserved the extensive coastal society.
It also suggests that such communities would be swiftly marginalized with the rise of inland agriculture producing a much larger population.
In the event the speculations here are not indicated in any way. Organized humanity will build monuments and shape rock long before agricultural civilization makes it easy.
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