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  • Jamestown v. Plymouth: What Were the Motives and Expections of the People in Each Colony? What Different Sets of Problems Did Each Group Face? How Did They React to These Problems?

     

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ID number:674074
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Published: 19.07.2006.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Starvation, disease, and Indians; these are just a few of the problems you would have dealt with if you wanted to journey to and live in the New World at the start of the 17th century. Knowing some of the fatal and dangerous problems they would have faced what could have been the motivation to make people go anyway? To give up the comforts they were accustomed to having; to risk getting sick and not having the things they would need to get well, and to have to come in contact with people who were natives of the foreign land and not sure what their reaction would be. …

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