Essay heading: DBQ New England vs. Chesapeake
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April 23, 2001
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The fight for land led to the Bacons Rebellion, single young men with lost hopes of acquiring land decided to fight for land. They went on their own to acquire land, putting the law into their own hands. This highlighted the need for a regulated government. As a result the House of Burgesses came to make an effort to make the colony more profitable and set a common law so that men can own their own land...
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As a result the House of Burgesses came to make an effort to make the colony more profitable and set a common law so that men can own their own land.
As for the New England colony they were highly different from the Chesapeake because of the fact that it was family oriented. When the emigrants arrived for New England they were all in family clusters...
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