The Colonization Of The Chesapeake Region

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The birth of the New World was driven by the promise of great wealth and greed. The product of this promise led to the colonization of the New World which in time led to the creation of the United States of America and the westward expansion. Although the New World came from English origin, the colonies were split into two distinct societies, each with different ambitions. These ambitions contrasted from social, economic, and even religious variations. The story beings with the religious dilemma that King James I had to face as members of the Catholic, Protestant, and Church of England clashed for the true sect of Christianity. The colonization of the Chesapeake region began when King James I pronounced the promise of great wealth and land
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