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The differences between the developing societies of New England and the Chesapeake regions.
New England vs. Chesapeake DBQ
By: Andrew Ferry
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. While it would be impossible to explain each of the thousands of reasons for this change in development, there were many important factors whose effects can be easily seen and are easily understood. Some of these factors were social or economic, while others stemmed from the environment and location of the colonies. This essay will illustrate some of these factors, and attempt to…
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