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The two English societies of the New England and Chesapeake region evolved differently in the 1700s because of their separate motives for coming their ideas on a basis of a community and their geography Each one of these factors made these two primarily English regions into two completely different societies The people who came and formed New England came for religious purposes Invading by ships families armed with bibles and the hope of religious freedom came and settled the northern part of the new land The people who formed the Chesapeake came to make money The fertile land in the Chesapeake provided new farmers perfect conditions to produce the cash crop tobacco These new societies contained the same people with different ideals The people to be known as New Englanders fled from their religiously oppressive home land and looked to practice their beliefs freely in the New World This new breed of religious reforming men and women called themselves Puritans The Puritans wanted a world where they may uphold their beliefs and work for the good of man As seen in Document D and A the Puritans set forth articles that would outline the basis of daily life in the community They agreed to set up a small farming community where each one of the forty families would have a plot of land to do with as the family and the community saw fit The Puritans wanted to be an example on how to live a life of God In time their plan was to be a model community or a city upon a hill preaching to other settlers on how to lead their lives the way God saw fit The Puritans came to the New World because they wanted to be religiously free from England while creating a government based solely on their Puritan beliefs The people that immigrated to the Chesapeake Bay
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