These four fictional accounts describe the evolutionary end to the Stone Age, which lingered in the coastal region of the Pacific Northwest. The setting is the central coast of British Columbia in about the sixteenth century of the modern era. In this imaginary account the evolutionary process, which took millennium in reality, is compressed into four phases, expressed in one lifetime. The scenes change from that of the nomadic Hunter Gatherers, to the established Agricultural society, to a culture that bartered for more than food and developed the concept of economy, to the eventual introduction of the Iron Age. The latter was ushered in with the appearance of European explorers and trappers, such as English Captain George Vancouver, who explored the region of the Pacific Northwest coast in 1792, nearly eight thousand years after the first humans made it their home. This final advancement also brought their aggression and diseases that claimed up to 80% of the people who had no immunity for protection.