This meant the Chesapeake Bay colonies could not grow cash crops. Instead, they would have family farms where they would only grow food for themselves. Their religion also helped shape the colony. The Pilgrims had left England because they believed the Anglican Church was corrupted, and it contained too many Roman Catholic beliefs. The Pilgrims were also religiously intolerant of other religions, and believed that theirs were the correct religion.
The Chesapeake people were looking for fortune, and they were looking for it independently for the most part. A map of New England, differed drastically from a map of Chesapeake. Unlike New England, Chesapeake was very spread out with people trying to protect their land (Doc E). It was almost impossible to have a set government with people being so scattered. The families that came to New England were able to settle and govern like “a city upon a hill”, as an example to John Winthrop's ideas in 1630 (Doc C), even though they were not expected to be capable of creating a governing system.
Why Charleston was Hard to Settle The Charleston we know today was not always as beautiful and straight-sailing as it is today. The settlers wanted to settle in Charles Town but, there were many disadvantages to living there but settled there anyway so, they settled in Charles Town then, the settlers started discovering all of the horrible things that came with settling in Charles Town. Charles Town was hard to settle because of geography, resources, and diseases. Charles Town was hard to settle because of the town 's geography. Document A or the “1671 Old Plats of Charles Town” shows that geography in Charles Town was a drawback from colonists settling there.
Their trip to the New World was difficult due to the struggles with diseases and the lack of supplies they had. In both of the British colonies they had trouble with the supply of food. Both of the men, Smith and Bradford, had an encounter with the Native Americans although the experiences weren’t the same. Smith didn’t have a nice encounter with the Native Americans, “Leading an expedition on the Chickahominy
These levees proved ineffective in solving the flooding problem. In an effort to relieve the problem, the government created flood control projects. Reclamation districts allowed residents to band together to create larger levees. This seemed like a suitable solution until larger floods returned and communities found that if they could divert water from their land, it would simply spill into their neighboring community. This form of flood control was not effective as lives and agriculture were still at risk.
They may have to travel for health reasons, or for jobs. They will need to look at other provinces, states or countries for food supplies. Small islands can also be vulnerable to things such as the weather. Small islands are also at a disadvantage due to high transport and communication costs, along with the threat of major disasters that is of special concern
Migrant workers- Migrant workers tend to experience language and cultural barriers which can cause many risks. They can have issues with understanding the OSH rules which can cause them danger. Cultural barriers are like poor awareness of the labour market; they may not be aware of their rights and find themselves in low-skilled job proving to be more hazardous to their health. Migrant workers are very often employed under temporary contracts, and are exposed to the risks related to these employment forms, such as less access to OSH trainings. Undocumented migrants are predominantly at risk, although, because of their situation, consistent data may be unavailable.
The way the government handled issues during land ordinance was handled in a positive way, but it had a negative impact on the native Americans. The colonies were getting overcrowded and there were less job opportunities for people so many decided to move out. The Native American land had been taken away from them, they were wiped out of their homes and it did involve violence. The map shows how much the colonist had expanded their land into the native American land.On the bright side the land the land had provided many affordable homes for people like the township.New states were formed which guaranteed settlers a better life style for their families.
Illnesses, death, dangerous animals, severe storms that destroyed crops, droughts, and bad harvests were just some of the hardships that pioneers had to brave through. For immigrants migrating from foreign countries, the move was even more difficult. They not only came to a land where they do not know the native language, they also had to become acquainted with customs that they were unfamiliar with, such as how to farm the land and how to survive on very little. When they first moved to the mid-west, many immigrants had nothing but a small, inconvenient sod house to live in. Immigrants that decided to migrate to the mid-west from eastern America may have determined to do so because of religious reasons or to get a better opportunity to provide for their family.
One push factor for why they moved was from the lack of security and lack of safety. When my parents had me, they were prejudice and thought that New Kensington wasn’t a very safe place for me to live in. There were shootings and break-ins. My parents didn’t want me to grow up in a bad environment. A pull factor when they moved was because the area was safer.