Both of colonies of New England and Chesapeake Bay are originated from the British Empire, but religious and economical opportunities set them into different courses. Two separate kinds of groups of people went to the colonies of New England and Chesapeake Bay; the religious Puritans occupied New England, while the economical planters settled down in Chesapeake Bay. The location and landform of the two colonies also attributed to the differences between these two
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colonies so different. The location changed these two colonies because of the difference in soils; the people changed it because the New England people wanted to live in a place free of unpure people and Chesapeake Bay people wanted gold. The religious/economic changed these two colonies because religion “purified” the New England people and lead them away from seekin economically, while the hope for gold in Chesapeake Bay turned most people hungry for money.