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Chesapeake Vs. New England Colonies

Summary: Compares the Chesapeake Bay vs. New England colonies and how they developed into distinctly different cultures.
By the year 1700, two distinguished English settlements had arisen in North America. The New England and Chesapeake Bay colonies were both founded by individuals seeking the benefits of the unclaimed land, but their differences led them to develop distinctively from each other. One of the reasons for their drastic differences were due to the environment and location of the two regions. Another main reason for their differences were their unshared motives, emphasis on the desires of the king versus religious beliefs, relationships with the natives, and the idea of creating a company versus a community. The differences in these two regions eventually paved way for the American Civil War some two hundred years later.

In 1609, a charter was issued to the London Company to set sail from England to Virginia. The English on board this charter set out because they wanted to find and profit from natural resources...

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