1993 DBQ: New England and Chesapeake

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Title: 1993 DBQ: New England and Chesapeake
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Date: August 11, 2006
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The gold-diggers would treat the other colonials as slaves just to pursue their desire for the gold. Still, the Chesapeake region continued to have trouble as they wanted for more and more land. The Virginians got more land for their crops and started to depend on slaves to carry out the tedious work of cultivating their large amounts of land...
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But soon their autocratic leader, Governor Berkley stopped pushing into the backcountry of Virginia in order to settle his own deals with the Indians. This soon began to infuriate the Virginians and so many of the freemen began to rebel against Berkley and his autocratic rule (Document H)...
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