Which of the following was true of most chesapeake

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93. Which of the following was true of most Chesapeake families in the seventeenth- century? a. They made most of their own clothes and farm implements b. They did not spend much money on material possessions beyond the necessities c. They lived luxurious lives of leisure d. They had to import most of their food from England because they concentrated on growing cash crops
94. Why was the seventeenth-century Chesapeake politically unstable?
95. Separatists differed form Puritan Congregationalists in that Separatists believed
96. Which of the following was a characteristic of the land distribution system of early Massachusetts Bay?
97. Why did Puritan migrations into the Connecticut valley eventually lead to war with the Pequot Indians? a. The migrations violated treaty agreements between the Puritans and Pequots b. The puritans came into the region with the intent of enslaving the Pequots c. The presence of English settlers in the area disrupted the trade patterns on which Pequot war was based d. The migrations disrupted Pequot society, which was based on total isolation from the outside world.
98. How did the lifestyles of white New England settlers differ from the lifestyles of their counterparts in the Chesapeake?
opportunity c. The harshness of the New England environment meant a higher infant mortality rate and smaller families in New England than in the Chesapeake d. Unlike New Englanders who cleared new fields every few years, residents of the Chesapeake used the same fields year after year

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