Who are three kinds of people who study history? **~smile~back~**

The three major types of persons who research, study, and write about the past include: Historians, Archaeologists, and Paleoanthropologists.

Historians research, analyze, interpret, and present the past by studying historical documents and sources.

Historians work in government agencies, museums, archives, historical societies, research organizations, nonprofits, and consulting firms. Some must travel to carry out research. Most work full time.

Archeologists study the origin, development, and behavior of humans. They examine the cultures, languages, archeological remains, and physical characteristics of people in various parts of the world. Work Environment

Anthropologists and archeologists typically work in research organizations, government, and consulting firms. Although most work in an office, some analyze samples in laboratories or do fieldwork. Fieldwork in remote areas usually requires travel for extended periods.

Paleoanthropologists study of the origins and predecessors of the present human species, using fossils and other remains.

Paleoanthropologists recover the fossil record of early humans and their primate ancestors in order to understand the path of our evolution. In doing this, they often work with geologists, paleozoologists, and scientists with other specialties who help them reconstruct ancient environments.

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Thursday, September 21 2017
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