People of the Stone Age. Hunter Gathers and Early Farmers
Volume 2 of the Landmark Series from the American Museum of Natural History. Ed. Goran Burenhult. Foreword by Professor Lord Colin Renfrew. 1993. This volume is set against a backdrop of changing climates-from the cooler, drier Ice Age to the moister and warmer climate of today. This volume provides a staggering amount of new knowledge about our shared human past. It deals with one of the most radical and fascinating changes in the history of humankind: the transition from mobile hunting-gathering to settled herding and farming, generally referred to as the Neolithic process, recreating a wondrous time of revolutionary change and upheaval.