History of the first settlers of the Caribbean culture Taina Los Tainos Dominican prehistory whose inhabitants had as fundamental feed offal from large animals. Coming from very earlier Asian migration. Aksia follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. It begins with the arrival of the first settlers about 2,500 years BC. Organized in small groups, they argued for hunting, fishing and gathering wild. Habitando booths, natural shelters and caves, they recorded on the walls pictures and magical symbols that provided energy for hunting. These populations were primarily powered the seal meat Marina and manatee, which were plentiful in the seas of the island. To hunt these animals paleo them Indians had to build appropriate weapons and for this it served as chert or Flint, bones of animals, wood and bits of seashells.
On the other hand, they wore scarce animal skins and cooked food directly to the fire, obtained by rub splinters caused by the shock of flint or dry, so that it would retain until the arrival of the Spaniards to principles from the 16th century. For the study of the I paleo Indian, has agreed to split it into two periods: early and late. Paleo them Indians had a wide variety of instruments and tools, such as: sharpeners (to cut), knives, buries (instrument to drill), knives, scrapers (to give uniformity to Woods and clean skins), hammers (to mince and crush fruit or other foods), axes by hand (for all types of cutting), tips of Spears (used to hunt together with an ensign)Tips of gravette, blade of flint (for cutting food). The oldest methods for obtaining artifacts in prehistoric times correspond to the use of percussion: beating certain types of rock to produce sheets which in turn retocaban to give rise to the above-mentioned instruments. MESOINDIO or transitional is the second migratory wave arrival about 300 years BC. Period of Dominican prehistory characterized by the presence of groups of gatherers, fishermen and hunters.