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Title: Differences In Chesapeake And New England Colonies

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Subject: History
Author: Guy S
Date: August 31, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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In contrast, Document C shows that most of the immigrants bound for Virginia were young men. Only about ten out of the one hundred were women. This means that the societies that were set up in the different regions had different values and priorities. The men in the New England colony had women and children to care for...

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The men in the Chesapeake Bay region were more focused on money. Economically, coming to the New World had opened up many new opportunities. People who had money were given a lot more then people who did not. "Those of us who had money, spare clothes, credit to give bills of payment, gold rings and fur were welcome to purchase other supplies...

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