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Farming led to the growth of civilization because the knowledge of agriculture spread throughout the americas. having a stable food supply changed the way people lived. once they no longer had to travel to find food, they built permanent villages. farmers were able to produce large harvests, so that fewer people needed to farm. some people began to practice other crafts, such as weaving or making pots. a few people became religious leaders.

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more food was distributed to different states

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