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Comparing the New England and Chesapeake Regions

comparative Essay
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Comparing the New England and Chesapeake Regions The New England colonies were formed by Protestants who were escaping England. They ‘planned’ their society. When they came over they brought entire families, not just random people. The Chesapeake region colonies were formed by whoever signed up. The reasons that resulted in the differences between the New England and the Chesapeake colonies were political, social, and economic. The political reasons for the differences were that in New England there was a basic plan. In document D I found that after a group of people grows to forty families it is then considered a town. This document also tells that everyone got some land. Document E adds some more pieces to the puzzle by telling that the people’s wages were set. This group of colonies also had a huge amount of religious freedom, and even some political power. This is far different from the Chesapeake colonies where, in document g it is stated that they are just a little offshoot of England. There were many social reasons that the two regions were different. In...

In this essay, the author

  • Compares the new england and chesapeake regions, stating that the differences were political, social, and economic.
  • Compares new england's basic plan with the chesapeake colonies, which had religious freedom and political power.
  • Explains that new england and the chesapeake regions were different for many reasons.
  • Explains that the chesapeake region developed a tobacco economy, everything they did was to grow or sell tobacco. the rich did nothing to make the poor feel any better.
  • Compares the new england and chesapeake regions of the united states, stating that both regions were different.
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