Although New England and the Chesapeake region were both settles largely by people of English origin, by 1700 the regions had evolved into two distinct societies. Why did this development occur?
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All of these factors contributed to a pretty stabilized family structure; consequently the family was much more traditional and closer to the family structure in England.
In the Chesapeake, very few people had come with family. In fact, very few women came at all. Most of the immigrants were men or boys...
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Most of the immigrants were men or boys. In 1635 "Ship's list of Emigrants Bound for Virginia" showed that there were more than sixty men and boys from ages fourteen to fifty-one. There were only eleven women on board, meaning that very few men were able to marry and very few children were born (document C)...
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