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Differences between the New England and Chesapeake Colonies During the 1600s

Summary: Explores the differences between New England and Chesapeake colonies based on economic objectives, social dynamics, and religious devotion.
Although the New England and Chesapeake regions of the United States were both settled by the English in the 1600s, they developed into two very different communities based mainly on their economic objectives, social dynamics, and religious devotion. These three factors were instrumental in the creation of two definitively unique colonies. It was not simply one of these aspects, but a combination of all three which separated these complex communities.

Economic objectives greatly influenced the forming of the New England and Chesapeake settlements, especially in the way these objectives affected how each government was run. Settlements such as Jamestown, Virginia had many early problems due to economic objectives such as many of the new gentlemen settlers were unaccustomed to physical work and others were adventurers wanting only to find gold. These people refused to hunt or farm and therefore food supplies diminish to nearly nothing. Under the hard...

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