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Essay heading: 1993 DBQ: New England and Chesapeake
 
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Since the lands were so unlike, the North settled into communities of religious unity bound by the church. As it shows in Document D, Massachusetts made a covenant that bound them to believe in their God, to allot property convenient to all inhabitants and to share the farmland amongst them. In New England region, the community was much more communal than that of the Chesapeake region...
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In New England region, the community was much more communal than that of the Chesapeake region. As shown in Document F, many of the settlers came to the ?New World' to make themselves rich and therefore didn't adhere to the democracy. The gold-diggers would treat the other colonials as slaves just to pursue their desire for the gold...
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1993 DBQ: New England and Chesapeake
Since the lands were so unlike, the North settled into communities of religious unity bound by the church. As it shows in Document D, Massachusetts made a covenant that bound them to believe in their God, to allot property convenient to all inhabitants and to share the farmland amongst them...
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Colonies DBQ
Puritans also placed a high value on education. Education was thought to oppose Satan. The government in Puritan towns in New England was more a theocracy than a democracy...
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Just as they settled, the differences formed. In Virginia there were few women and without women the men had little of a home to work for, therefore many men weren't motivated to work and so many died (Document B)...
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Puritans also placed a high value on education. Education was thought to oppose Satan. The government in Puritan towns in New England was more a theocracy than a democracy...
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The immigrants to New England formed very family and religiously oriented communities. Looking at the emigrant lists of people bound for New England it is easy to observe that most people came in large families, and large families support the community atmosphere...
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New England Compared To Chesapeake
The immigrants to New England formed very family and religiously oriented communities. Looking at the emigrant lists of people bound for New England it is easy to observe that most people came in large families, and large families support the community atmosphere...
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Differences In Chesapeake And New England Colonies
This difference in economies was another reason that the two societies were so different. The settlers in the New England region had come to the New World primarily for religious reasons...
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