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Chesapeake vs. New England Regions.
Although the New England and Chesapeake regions were both settled largely by people of English origin, by 1700 the two had evolved into two distinct societies. It would be impossible to explain each of the hundreds of reasons for this change in development but, there were many important factors whose effects can be seen. Some of these factors were religious motives, economic motives, environment (for crops) , and social life. These factors are of importance because it distinguishes the characteristics of one colony from the other.
The New England region of the colonies included Massachuset…
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