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Title: chesapeake bay

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Subject: American History
Author: David C
Date: November 3, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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John Winthrop believed that it was their job to create " a city upon a hill", a conoly that would be a model Christian society to the rest of the world (DOC A) . The massachusets Bay colony's local government was controlled by the same people who controlled the church. New England formed very family and religiously oriented communities...

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New England formed very family and religiously oriented communities. The bible was the foundation for all laws and regulations. In New Enlgand all people were given land to have a house and a place to plant crops (DOC D). Because of the soil in New England, most people practiced substanance farming, which is when when people grow crops for their own survival...

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