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    New England and the Chesapeake regions of the thirteen colonies were both settled by Englishmen coming for a better life than what they would have had in England. Although these settlers` came from the same place, their ideals and beliefs were all different in nature and resulted in two distinctly different societies. As the colonies became more populated and established their economic identity, an immediate difference can be seen in how the New England colonies maintain revenue in contrast to the

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    The first permanent settlements established by the English in the Americas. The first permanent settlements like the Chesapeake area colonies, the Carolinas, the Puritan New England settlements and the Mid-Atlantic colonies but better known as the northern, middle and southern colonies, all differed in politics, religion, economics and social issue. Although they all differed in the above, they all had one thing in common, they were religious. With different beliefs but religious. I will compare

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    fabric less thick The old clothes were used to create new clothing and quilts for the beds to sleep on. The women made the different clothing for both men and women. 2. They have to wear certain types of clothing because of their religion. The religion in the New England colonies was really important for the New England colonies which affected mostly everything. For example, it affected their economy and government, etc. The people of New England are the religiosity people out of all the colonies.

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    As a result of my research on the assets found in the New England Colonies, I’ve found both positive and negative factors that could impact the result of relying on their region for aid. Based on these findings, the New England Colonies have different characteristics such as geography, climate, politics, economics, specializations, resources, and society that each affect the amount of trust we can permit them with as a beneficial aspect to our cause. After traveling through their region, it has

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    From the years 1607 to 1700, religion impacted the development of the New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Chesapeake colonies by shaping legislation, populations, and culture. The Plymouth colony was founded on the basis of Separatists, or those who wanted to separate from the Church of England. This group created the Mayflower compact, an agreement between male settlers to follow what the majority dictated. The compact was signed in order to keep civil order within the colony. This was the first step

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    individual artistic, economic, and social society unique to the new country and each of its different colonies. This newly developed culture began to pave the way for the colonists fight for independence. As the colonies became more developed, one indicating factor of the colonies’ differences from England was their evolving artistic community. The colonists created new dances and songs that captured the way they felt about their new life beliefs. According to the article “Life in the Thirteen Colonies”

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    The New England Patriots are undefeated so far this season with a record of 8-0. I believe that the Patriots could go undefeated in the regular season because they have been playing very well and a lot of their games are not even close. I think they will go 16-0 because the rest of their games should be easy for them other than maybe the Denver Broncos, or the New York Jets, because you never know what could happen in a divisional game. So far this season they have won against the Steelers, Bills

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    Starting in the early 1600’s settlers from England came to “The New World.” England and Spain were competing to claim this new undiscovered land. The English were the first to claim the land by sending the first group of settlers, the Chesapeake settlers. They settled in present day Virginia and Maryland. The Chesapeake settlers came for commercial and profit. the New England settlers came a few years later and resided in present day Massachusetts. The New England settlers came for religious reasons.The

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    When Robert Kraft became the owner of the New England Patriots, he had to pocket $172 million – a record amount back then for a sport team. Looking at the team’s latest $2.6 billion valuation by Forbes, it seems like Kraft’s risky business investment has paid off big time. For the Patriots to get to where they are now, there are lots of reasons and lots of people to credit for but there are two names you can never leave out. In fact, they deserve to be mentioned first and foremost: Head coach Bill

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    The New World was home to Native Americans before it was ever home to Europeans. Europeans, mostly the English were who began to shape it to their needs and personal identities. New England, for example was considered to be tight knit and as a result of having families developed schools, and churches to fit their lifestyle. New England and Chesapeake were distinct societies during the colonization era of North America with different settlement patterns, motivations, and economies. Patterns of settlement

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    Super bowl 51 was the greatest super bowl I have ever seen in my personal opinion. Not just did the New England Patriots come back from a twenty five point deficit against the Atlanta Falcons. This amazing super bowl performance by not just the New England Patriots, but also Tom Brady’s out of this world performance and leadership. This may have put Tom Brady as the best quarterback of all-time. I believe this performance puts Tom Brady as the best ever. Since the start of the game nothing was going

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    The British colonies in the Chesapeake region and those of the New England region were both similar yet different in certain ways. One because both the colonist that settled there were looking for new opportunities. However, it was mostly second son aristocrats, which means the first born usually inherits the better half of the father’s riches. Their lives in England had either been mistreated or they were unable to flourish economically. Regardless of whether they were searching the land for expansive

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    The thirteen colonies, which were divided into 3 regions, were all different and unique in many ways. However, the diversity among the New England Colonies, the Middle Colonies and the Southern Colonies is perhaps what made them so distinctive. The differences between these three regions affected the way they lived, but later, they gained knowledge by analyzing their mistakes and differences. Although these three regions only had a few things in common, it was the differences among them that helped

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    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

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    New England and Chesapeake Settlements Some may think that both the New England and Chesapeake regions were alike, since they were settled by the English. However, they would be wrong as the two regions settled here with different motives. The Jamestown colony was led by John Smith, while the Mass Bay colony was led by John Cotton and John Winthrop. The Mass Bay colony was in the New England region while the Chesapeake area was in the Jamestown colony. These two regions developed into two

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    The New England and Chesapeake colonies were established during the early 1700s. Despite the population originating from England, the regions had distinct societies. This was due to the fact that many settlers voyaged to the New World in search of riches, to seek new lives, or for religious freedom. They differed socially, politically, economically, and geographically. The two colonies differed politically. “God Almighty in his most holy and wise providence hath so disposed of the condition

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    The Chesapeake and New England colonies developed differently because of their motivation, preparation, and demographics. One of the biggest differences between these two regions is the motivation to establish their colonies. New England was north of the Chesapeake region, and included Massachusetts Bay Colony, Plymouth, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The New Englanders were Puritans, who sought religious freedom where they would be free to practice as they wished. They wanted to be “that city upon

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    In the wake of building up the principal English settlement on the Island of Roanoke, off the shoreline of cutting edge North Carolina, John White reluctantly came back to England for supplies. Deferred by war for a long time, he returns in 1590 to  discover the pilgrims are no more.For one thing, the Englishmen who returned to the site of the abandoned colony on Roanoke Island found the word CROATOAN carved in wood.  The colony’s returning governor, John White, took that as a sign the group had

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    have to Italy so our grandmother can give us enough money to live in England. Annabelle and I were late to the boat to Italy. We were so rushed that when we ran across the dock, we got on the wrong boat. We were on the boat to the Thirteen Colonies. My sister and I didn’t realize until we started talking to some of the other kids on the boat. One of the girls was talking to one of the other children, “I can’t wait to start a new life with my family in the America’s!” I overheard this

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    worry about surviving harsh winters like the northern regions would have to. Unfortunately, the warm climate carried diseases that killed many colonists and reduced the life expectancy to about 40 years old. The group of men who had left England went to the New World hoping to expand their market for manufactured goods. But the majority of the young white males who came to Jamestown were poor, uneducated, and unskilled. They had no families and no means of supporting themselves, which meant that

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