Social life changed both colonies dramatically. First off, you have the New England settlers, who came to the Americas because of religious persecution in England and surrounding areas. As seen in Document A, John Winthrop states, "We must knit together in this work as one man." This article basically defines the Puritan ways, and gave strength to the Puritans coming to the Americas. John Winthrop also states that their goal was to form "a city upon a hill", which represented a "pure" community, where Christianity would be pursued in the most correct manner. In Chesapeake, the reasons for coming to America.
What a waste of time, because no one came out rich like the Spanish. Document F states that all everyone wanted to do was dig, wash, refine, and load gold.
Because of certain political reasons, the colonies were both different. weren't because of the strict confines of the Anglican Church, it was because they were wealthy snobs and wanted even more. Also, more women came with the immigrants to New England. In Document F, John Smith states that Wingfield and Kendall went to England after Virginia was founded many times, or at least a couple. This shows more unity to England then the New England colonies, who basically didn't care at all about England right at the moment. The only thing was, God was running the show in New England, and well, if we look in the history books, lots of horrific things have been done in God's name. They showed they cared about the land, and a convenient proportion for a house lot. The religions were different. Puritanism was in New England and Anglican was in Virginia. I mean, the Indians showed them what tobacco was, and it if it wasn't for them, 90% of coughing in America would be decreased.