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The Societies of Colonial New England and Virginia
The societies of New England and Virginia in the seventeenth century contrasted each other greatly. Many of the immigrants that settled in these regions were from English or European origin. Ironically, the life expectancy, family life, and types of communities that these societies created completely contradicted each other.
Virginia’s society was a “gold rush” society where a majority of the colonists were men who became indentured servants. Document F reveals that they fled England in search of a more prosperous life. The statistics in document C exhibit the fact that most of the colonists in Virginia were men. At this time in history, for every five men in Virginia there was only one woman.
The colonists in New England, on the other hand, immigrated to America in families. New Englanders lived in communities that consisted mostly of families. Document B illustrates this phenomenon. As d...
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