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American History

 

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October 17, 2015

 

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"New England was different from the Chesapeake"- Chesapeake was an agricultural based society where tobacco was the main crop grown by mainly indentured servants and other small farmers, main cash crops included rice, indigo, and tobacco, unlike the Chesapeake the New England colonies had a short growing season and had towns instead of spread out plantations, also in New England religion shaped society so that you were not a member of society if you were not a member of the church, New England was a very puritanical and strict society, another difference is the environment the Chesapeake had a longer, warmer season and better soil, the Chesapeake was also much more reliant on trade, socially the colonies were very diverse as well the New England colonies based everything of their puritanical religions while the Chesapeake had social class distortion and depended on slavery and servitude Slavery reshaped colonial society- because the human cargos paid off by the work the slaves put out produced more goods, which in turn boosted the international trading system, which sparked interest in the new colonies from England who ended up restricting and taking a percent of the profits Racial composition was altered by 1700- by that time there were so many slaves in the Chesapeake colonies that the percent of blacks in a population was approximately 10-25% , and consisted of almost all of the colonies working force Effects of Bacon's Rebellion- a turning point in colonial relations with Indians, also afterwards many landowners began to purchase large numbers of slaves, also brought about a treaty that opened most of the Indian Territory to English settlement
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"New England was different from the Chesapeake"- Chesapeake was an agricultural based society where tobacco was the main crop grown by mainly indentured servants and other small farmers, main cash crops included rice, indigo, and tobacco, unlike the Chesapeake the New England colonies had a short growing season and had towns instead of spread out plantations, also in New England religion shaped society so that you were not a member of society if you were not a member of the church, New England was a very puritanical and strict society, another difference is the environment the Chesapeake had a longer, warmer season and better soil, the Chesapeake was also much more reliant on trade, socially the colonies were very diverse as well the New England colonies based everything of their puritanical religions while the Chesapeake had social class distortion and depended on slavery and servitude Slavery reshaped colonial society- because the human cargos paid off by the work the slaves put out produced more goods, which in turn boosted the international trading system, which sparked interest in the new colonies from England who ended up restricting and taking a percent of the profits Racial composition was altered by 1700- by that time there were so many slaves in the Chesapeake colonies that the percent of blacks in a population was approximately 10-25% , and consisted of almost all of the colonies working force Effects of Bacon's Rebellion- a turning point in colonial relations with Indians, also afterwards many landowners began to purchase large numbers of slaves, also brought about a treaty that opened most of the Indian Territory to English settlement
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