Jackie Wade Feb. 11, 2015 Primary and Secondary historical sources can be identified based on varying factors. However, they may both be beneficial to the reader depending on the purpose of ones research. Primary and Secondary sources differentiate in three major ways: the time period in which the source was written, the author, and the dialogue within the source. A prime example of a primary versus secondary source would be “The Massachusetts Bay Colony Case Against Anne Hutchinson (1637)” versus “Anne Hutchinson versus Massachusetts”. “The Massachusetts Bay Colony Case Against Anne Hutchinson (1637)” being the primary source, while “Anne Hutchinson versus Massachusetts” being the secondary source, due to three of many differentiating factors.
A.P.U.S.H History FRQ 1 The Massachusetts Bay colony and the Virginia colony developed into drastically different colonies. Although one may observe similarities into the two colonies progression, ideals, or trends, such as hope and opportunity for success in the new world, in many ways the advancement differed. Economically, the two colonies differed greatly on the types of reliable and profitable income sources. As a result, the two different colonies attracted different types of people with contrasting values and skill-sets. Socially, the two colonies were molded by different religions and beliefs.
Jenny Pham Pd. 5 DBQ As the new world was discovered, the British started to migrate its way across the Atlantic Ocean. Large populations grew in America, which eventually evolved into two distinct societies during the 1600s: the New England colonies and the Chesapeake Bay colonies. Although there were similarities between these two regions like, consisting of the same motivations and rights, the differences such as a plantation versus a religious society caused the disparity of the two regions as one region progressed faster than the other. The New England and the Chesapeake Bay regions had many comparisons of which consisted of the same motivations, rights, and religious life.
In the 1600s, the English came to present day America in hopes of settling. The east coast was divided into three regions- the Northern, Middle, and Southern colonies. The two main colonies were the New England (in the North) and Chesapeake (in the South) colonies. The early New England and Chesapeake colonies of the 1600s were two distinctly different societies. They had different religious views, governments, and economies.
With the traditions that the Amish have living in a rural area, using buggies and horses for transpiration and they do their own farming, marry in the same group. They dress the same way in the seventeenth century like the Europeans did. The Amish is also secure for the traditions that are from the outside world and their relationship with the neighbors is being judgmental. With the first migration in 1727 and 1790 there were about five hundred Amish that had settled in the Pennsylvania area. The next migration that took place was in 1815 and 1865 and about three thousand Amish immigrated to the Ohio area, New York, Indiana and then to Illinois.
Researchers believe that Father Divine was born in the Deep South, in Georgia. Researchers also had to dig up newspapers from the 1930’s to confirm his name; George Baker. Father Divine worked as a gardener in Baltimore, Maryland. He attended a local Baptist Church, often preaching until 1907 when Samuel Morris, a traveling preacher came along. Morris was usually soft spoken and uncontroversial in his sermons until
“Of the twenty-nine women who had made the voyage, all but five would die that first winter.” However, during 1621, the Pilgrims began to establish a true community and a better life for themselves. They built a village of approximately twelve homes surrounded by a protective fence. They also built a fort on a hill overlooking the village. The Pilgrims at Plymouth were not very successful at fishing, but they learned to gather clams and mussels, to farm the land and eventually to raise livestock. The men spent their days farming, hunting, and building.
During the late 16th century, England rapidly colonized the newly found Americas. In particular citizens were sent out to the eastern coast of North America in two regions In the Chesapeake region, Englishmen came to Jamestown to make money, find gold, and obtain land. However, in New England, Puritans came to America mostly for religious purposes. Although the New England and Chesapeake regions were originally colonized by mainly English settlers, the two regions in time evolved into two distinct societies. By 1700, their religious practices, family relations, and political differences led them in two different directions.
This was so they could have a functioning society where everyone would have a specific role. Men came over will all sorts of different crafts such as a tailor or a husbandman. This was a very religious group that had their own way of life. Even small children would board the ships set for this new world. Unity was encouraged among New Englanders, which helped develop close societies.
They had they own land and farm and lots of animals and with all that, incredible amount of work for anybody who decided to come for a visit. I understand what Bobbie is trying to say in her memoir. My aunt and uncle lived about an hour away from town. My family and I always went to visit every other Sunday after church to eat lunch. Everything we had to eat was home-grown and home-cooked.