Essay heading: Differences in the New England Colonies and Chesapeake Region

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The high death rate cut ten years off the lives of each person. Nearly half the people died before reaching adulthood. One reason the settlements even grew at all was immigration from England. Unfortunately, most of the young men who arrived died shortly after their influx. Also, men outnumbered women nearly six to one in the middle of the seventeenth century, so there were not very many eligible women to start a family with...
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Also, men outnumbered women nearly six to one in the middle of the seventeenth century, so there were not very many eligible women to start a family with. The New England Colonies however, were blessed with clean water and cool temperatures, which dampened the spread of disease. Also, completely contrary to the Chesapeake settlers, New Englanders lived up to seventy years...
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