Chesapeake Settlers

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While New England colonists lived a long life much like we do today, colonists of the Chesapeake region simply did not have that same fortune. The end of the century showed life expectancy rates increasing, and although other factors played a part in this, it is also known that more and more women settlers were arriving in the region...
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Where this could be simply a coincidence, it definitely could not have hurt! I am sure happiness in the home coupled with financial success played a large part in the colonists' increasing longevity. The majority of freeman and laborers alike grew what was in demand at that time -- tobacco. Some men were successful, but most lived in near poverty...
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