Colonies

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American History

 

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Kelvin E

 

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October 20, 2015

 

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The population of the Chesapeake colonies grew when the colonists were obligated to search for a marketable product, tobacco. This labor-intensive cash crop required heavy recruitment of indentured servants. The populace had three times as many male servants than women. Gender imbalance and high mortality limited family sizes and decreased the growth of population from natural increase in Jamestown...
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Gender imbalance and high mortality limited family sizes and decreased the growth of population from natural increase in Jamestown. New Englanders, however, emigrated for more religious purposes. Their Puritan faith led them to believe that God determined their economic prosperity. Unlike the vast amount of unmarried men who populated Virginia, families mostly settled the New England colonies...
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