Even though they were settled by English people the Chesapeake and New England regions developed into two societies by 1700. The Chesapeake and New England colonies grew into different societies because of their different government, economies, and demographics. The differences in governments were present in documents A, D, E, and H. The differences in economics were present in documents F and G. The differences in demographics were present in documents B and C.
The Chesapeake and New England colonies grew into different societies because of their different governments. In the Chesapeake, the government had representatives and land holders had voting privileges. The Chesapeake area had representatives because they were a lot farther apart and could not meet for town meetings. The House of Burgesses was almost like the House of Representatives we have today. In documents D and H, these documents are showing what kind of government the Chesapeake had and how it was going to work so that the people knew how it worked.
The New England area was completely opposite, they had town hall meetings, because they were closer together and the majority vote according to the Mayflower Compact. The voting privileges were any white man that went to church. In documents A, this is showing the colonies uniting and setting down rules. In document E, they are setting something like a minimum wage for people that work and should earn something.
The Chesapeake and New England colonies grew into different societies because of their different economies. In the Chesapeake they had lots of farming and plantations because the soil was fertile and rich. This is also they used indentured servants but when they got to expensive they switched to slaves. They mostly grew tobacco which needed a lot of care which is...