What was the climate at the Chesapeake colony?
The Chesapeake colony climate was warm and moist. This was the perfect weather for diseases to thrive on, which resulted in many of the colonists losing their lives.
Since the climate of the chesapeake colonies was so much like that of the middle colonies they had very good soil in the chesapeake colonies. Deciding to grow a lot of tobacco. Tobacco was the main crop though there was some shipbuilding and shipping to ship the tobacco to the other colonies and back to England.
In the seventeenth century the great majority of English immigrants who came to the Chesapeake region were?
The Chesapeake colonies never really did emphasize religious affiliations, but the colony of Maryland was one of the few that did. Maryland was created as a haven for persecuted Catholics by Cecilius Calvert(Lord Baltimore). He brought about the Maryland Act of Toleration for Catholics, and all other religious affiliations.