Chesapeake and New England(DBQ)

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As illustrated by John Winthrop in his Model of a Christian Charity, he preached to his fellow colonists that “we shall be a city upon a hill” (Document A) exemplifying New England’s aspirations of a Holy Utopia. While the New Englanders settled to create a Holy Utopia, the people of Chesapeake were not only concerned with their religious freedom, but with something shinier in mind—a more materialistic motivation...
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As demonstrated in Document F, “[t]here was no talk…but dig gold, wash gold, refine gold, load gold…” colonists came primarily to the Chesapeake region to increase their wealth. The differences in the New England and Chesapeake’s primary motivations for settlement, led to the divergent societies...
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