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Essay heading: 1993 DBQ New England vs. Chesapeake
 
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These articles made New England a cosmopolitan mix of rich and poor families, all being in possession of land and resolute in doing God’s work (Doc D). However, while the New Englanders settled to create a Holy Utopia, the people of the Chesapeake were concerned not only with their religious freedom, but also with something more materialistic...
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As demonstrated in Captain John Smith’s account of the History of Virginia, “[t]here was no talk…but dig gold, wash gold, refine gold, load gold…” (Doc F). Colonists came primarily to the Chesapeake region to increase their wealth. The vast variety of immigrants to the Chesapeake region was young men seeking economic opportunity (Doc C)...
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