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Title: 1999 DBQ

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Subject: American History
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Date: March 16, 2006
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That every inhabitant shall have a convenient proportion for a house lot, as we shall see [fit] for everyone's quality and estate? 3. That everyone shall have a share of the meadow or planting ground? This shows that these settlers actually made an attempt at developing a set of laws or guidelines that the inhabitants of the area could live by...

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These early articles would eventually develop into a more advanced political structure. Soon church members would be able to vote, and town meetings would be the law making bodies of the region. The Chesapeake region differed in that it had a more aristocratic style of politics. Due to the large cash crop plantations, the most political power came from those with the most land and/or money...

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