Jamestown Dbq Analysis

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Your part one was spot on and I completely agree with you. The two colonies have much in common, but also have some important differences. They were both backed by companies looking to make a profit, but Jamestown was all young men while Plymouth was more families. Plus, there is the issue of religion which played a huge role in Plymouth but none at all in Jamestown. I was also interested by what you said about owning property and company property, I didn’t think about that. I also agree with your parts 3 through 5. I said very similar things in my reflections. In your part six you pinpointed the thing that jumped out to me the most too. Namely, religious freedom. It seems to be the most prominent thing throughout all of these colonies.
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