Colonial differences

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American History

 

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Michael R

 

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January 4, 2014

 

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The Chesapeake region did not have set religious morals as of the Puritans, but accepted the idea that allowed the colonist to practice religion freely even if it were not that of Christianity. Having the toleration of practicing free religion had much less tension from church to the people than following the Puritan ways...
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New England's culture was much colder than that of Chesapeake. Climate also limited and supplied the certain crops that were able to be cultured on the land. In Chesapeake, the land was very rich and fertile, making the ability to have and grow more of a variety of food and cash crops such as tobacco and cotton...
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