The colonial societies between the New England and the Chesapeake that developed prior to 1700 were very different but also had some similarities, in terms of there economic systems, social and political set ups, amd religious beliefs. The New England colonies economies were focused more on commerce and trade; while the Chesapeake colonies focused more on agriculture. The New England colonies had rocky soil and short growing seasons, making it more difficult to farm but they had many navigable rivers and harbors which helped them with trade. The Chesapeake colonies's economy was based more on cash crops, such as tobacco,rice, and indigo, they were less able to provide more industry due to their lack of markets and skilled labor force. Both
First of all, both colonies came to America, but they came for different reasons, one came for Religion and the other came to get rich. Both of those reasons are good reasons to come to America, but if you don't care about others and don't want to help others like the Jamestown colony did, their is no good reason to come to America. Basically, Jamestown was a very bad built colony that didn't really care about nobody but themselves and money and the Plymouth Plantation was a colony that that cared about people's safety and wanted to have freedom of religion so that they could be free to practice whatever they wanted. In conclusion the Plymouth Plantation and Jamestown are very different and alike in many ways and it is very interesting to see how this country's ancestors were and how different the colonies were. The Plymouth were nice people and Jamestown was filled with selfish and greedy
The city economic development greatly depends on the laborers of the cotton field. Without the people of the cotton field, there would be no production for cotton. No cotton picking would be detrimental to the economy. The generations of families that lived in this city all came from families of cotton pickers, the older generations started to pick cotton at very young ages and drop out of school at very young ages to work for the farming agencies. The crop farmers pushed that education was not important, generationally that is apparent in the families now.
Although The Starving Time caused most of the settlers in Jamestown to perish, more settlers kept coming from overseas. Also under the leadership of John Smith Jamestown’s population grew gradually overtime. However, as the population grew People decided to continue expanding towards the west. Unfortunately, this was in direct opposition to Powhatan’s plan of restricting the Europeans from expanding and making allies with other Indian Tribes. If the English settlers were able to gain aid from other tribes, the dependence on Powhatan would be undermined.
1. Explain the plantation system and its relationship to indentured servitude. As Virginia’s tobacco farms flourished, local society became that of master-slave. There was a lack of community, no real towns, churches or schools. Plantations were spread out from each other along the regions rivers, and with every plantation conducting its own manufacture, sales and distribution, there was very little chance for the Virginians to create a more communal society.
Because of this, they had fewer people that could be soldiers. That 1/3rd, however, were used to farm and harvest crops. Lastly, the Confederate States had a lot of forests, and I mean a lot. With all of those trees, they could barely build any railroads needed
in Massachusetts Bay Colony. Whereas in Jamestown, there were wealthy landowners of the tidewater region who were not responsive to the needs of the desperate poor. This led to Bacon’s Rebellion, a gang of impoverished and landless former servants attacked the capital of the colony and plundered the homes of the wealthy. Both colonies constituted a successful form of government; however, both governments were carried out in dissimilar ways. The establishment of two primitive English colonies, Jamestown and Massachusetts Bay Colony had many homogeneous attributes and differences.
In “A Plea for Religious Liberty”, he explains how the Puritan’s uniformity would end in destruction (F). Nathanial Ward explains exactly how many Puritans thought in “The Simple Cobbler of Aggawam” (G). However, they did not have the best relationship with the neighboring Indians. William Bradford wrote a detailed account of the colonist’s attack on the Pequot’s Mystic River village, probably wanting to remember the sweet victory they had upon the Indians (D). A spiritual revival also occurred within the colony, focused mainly among the third- and fourth-generation Puritans.
Mid-Atlantic climate region consisted of mild winters (shorter than New England's) that led to a longer growing season. The mid-Atlantic colonial regions economy was a mix of farming goods and manufacturing. Farming consisted fairly large farms that used slaves and indentured servants as workers. Indentured servants were people who did not have enough money to came to the england colonies. The land in the Mid-Atlantic colonies consisted of rolling hills with incredibly rich soil.
Economic and cultural situation in the revolutionary base areas underdeveloped compared with those in the Kuomintang areas. Revolutionary base areas embrace only rural areas and small towns. These areas are very small and do not grow larger in the beginning. In addition, they are fluid and do not move, and the Red Army has no really consolidated bases. The Red Army is small, weak arms, and have difficulty getting supplies such as clothing, food and bedding.