Differences Between New England and Chesapeake

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American History

 

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Harry B

 

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December 5, 2015

 

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University

 

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These settlements, although originated from a common area, had by 1700 grown into two dissimilar societies, each with their own distinct features. Their unique environments filled with their own ideas for government, views on religion, economy, and structure for social life produced a grand difference in the development of the regions...
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Although they both derived of an English origin, they each underwent a unique metamorphosis which spawned a new life. The majority of people arriving in the new world were of English origin during the 1600s, of course not all of these people were leaving England for the same reason. The list of emigrants bound for New England in March of 1635 displayed a large account of families...
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