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Yes, the indigenous folk who previously occupied this area lived in small family groups and fastidiously swept and cleansed their wigwams and had a gift economy where surplus foods any group had collected was deposited into a common lodge for distribution to those needing additional sustenance.
Monogamy was the prefered less complicated relationship which extended to the collective minimalist approach to legislation and moral codes, made easier by the spcious living arrangements available where newly married couples were expected to live in seclusion away from the single youth camp.
Activities and games which exercised and disciplined the body and open discussion about grievances ensured healthy minds and bodies and a cheerful ambience to infuse the community with a vigorous social prosperity.