In the mid-1600’s, New England and the Chesapeake region first started to colonize. Both had the same goals and hopes for the New World. Their goals were freedom, money, and power. They encountered many difficulties trying to achieve these goals including Indians, unfarmed land and unfamiliar weather. Each colony began building and working toward their goal. The differences between the colonies started to form soon after they were settled. According to the ship’s list of emigrant bound for Virginia there were very few women. Without women the men weren’t motivated to work, and many men died. Since the men didn’t feel like the colony was stable, they started to have relationships with Indian women. This made what little Virginian women there were, receive more power. However, in New England families were colonizing which gave them reason to work and civilize their own surroundings. The women factor made the difference between the two regions more obvious. The geography of the land was also vastly different in each region requiring different sources of food. The south learned to depend on their farm crops such as rice and tobacco. Plantations were a big part of their colonization which soon led to slavery. Slavery was much more common in the south. The north traded livestock and furs with the Indians. This was one of the benefits of the relationships they had with them. They also ate apple, corn, pumpkins and other crops. Another way the colonies were different was their beliefs. The north settled into communities bound by the church. Springfield, Massachusetts was the main resource in deciding which god they would follow. Some of their beliefs involved, making sure there was a rich and poor class, everyone would have a place to live as they felt would be fit for them, and everyone would share the meadow or planting ground. The rules seemed much gentler then the New England. In the New England region, the community was much more brutal. When Captain John
During the sixteenth-century in the English Colonies, in this time there was a process where the people that owned some of these colonies were going through a time where immigrants were migrating to the new world. Forty-five thousand Puritans left England between 1620 and 1640 and created religious societies in another part of the world also known as the New World.
The English people wanted their colonist to learn more about God and his most holy and wise providence, the people wanted to have religious….
The North & South Colonies
The North & South Colonies
October 6th, 2011
In the 1700’s The South and the North colonies were similar but also different. The South colonies were Agricultural because of all the crops they planted. The North was Commercial because they were right next to the ocean and could send ships to England and other countries. The south helped with the Cash Crop and the North help move the cash crop across the ocean. In this essay I’ll be talking about….
During the 17th century, many colonies were founded on the North American continent. The most significant colonies were created by Englishmen who left Europe for several reasons. Even though most colonies were founded by fellow Englishmen, there were two regions that evolved into two distinct societies. There were many factors to why these two regions evolved so differently, but the biggest factor were the motives of each colonist.
The motives of each Englishmen caused certain people to….
Early English colonies in America hardly resembled the union of men and women that would later fight against England and build a new country. In fact, until the mid-eighteenth century, most English colonists had very little, if anything to do with the settlers in neighboring colonies. They heard news of Indian wars and other noteworthy events, not from the colony itself, but from England. The colonies in the New World appeared completely different and the prospect of any unity between them….
1993 DBQ APUSH ESSAY
The Chesapeake region and New England was shaped because of the different social, economic, and geographic factors during the 17th century. During the entire century, New England maintained a strong; family orientated identity whereas the Chesapeake region remained divided and scattered. The Chesapeake region has a hot climate that can grow crop plantations and disease, New England’s cold and rocky climate made growing staple crops and the spread of disease difficult. The combination….
The differences that the North and the South shared varied greatly. These differences initially resulted in the infamous Civil War in the 19th century. For example, the North and South had different views on economic, political and social issues. The economic differences between the North and the South consist of the debate on the expansion of the United States economy. The political differences mainly focus on the issue of slavery. There were great amounts of debates surrounding the extension of….
1993 DBQ ESSAY
The three G’s: God, Gold and Glory led many explorers rushing in to the new world. Among which were New England and Chesapeake, two society of English origin. Each developed with their own distinct views and principals. New England a much disciplined, obedient society and Chesapeake much devoted to gold and glory, and both these societies were prodigiously influenced by geographical, social-political, economic and religious needs and moves. Which have had caused both these….
Both New England and the Chesapeake region were largely populated by the English people, by the 1700’s the region evolved into two distinct societies because of their systems and beliefs. Each region had a rich and a poor. Chesapeake was concerned more about gold, while New England was more concerned about land and settlement. This difference in development occurred because of land differences and wants by each society.
Religion was a major aspect in why difference in development occurred. The….
standing in a new world. For example, South Carolina became the wealthiest colony in North America because of their cash crop, rice. Rich whites in South Carolina were richer than anywhere else in the colonies and this was mainly because of the labor of slaves. These cash crops fundamentally contributed to the economy and commerce of the colonies. With all this wealth, people gathered political and social standing. Everyone’s understood status in the colonies formed groups that intertwined. Free blacks….
A.P. U.S. DBQ:
Question: Although New England and the Chesapeake region were both settled largely by people of English origin, by 1700 the regions had evolved into two distinct societies. Why did this difference in development occur?
By the 1700s the two regions, New England and Chesapeake varied greatly in spite of being from the same mother country, England. Physical and cultural differences separated these two regions distinctively. While religion moulded the daily life in New England, Money….