Differences Between New England And Chesapeake

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New England and the Chesapeake region through their way of life advanced by compromising and discovering new and intellectual developments. Initially the regions acquired knowledge from one another, but between the two regions there was a differentiation. The distinctions not only caused separation, but the significant reasons were religion, government, political, and economics. The two regions were affected by different viewpoints towards religion. Religion was an essential part of everyday life and it provided individuals with a purpose in life. John Winthrop’s goal was to expand the Protestant community (Puritans) and his main focus was to have a better relationship with God. Winthrop especially desired for all the settlers of New England
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