Chapter 8 ID/SIGs due Sept. 4:

Chapter 8
William Howe
Nathanael Greene
Benedict Arnold
Thomas Paine
Marquis de Lafayette
John Jay
Natural rights
Privateer 

Second Continental Congress  
Common Sense
Declaration of Independence
Treaty of Paris of 1783  
"True patriotism hates injustice in its own land more than anywhere else." ~Clarence Darrow

Chapter 6 and 7 ID/SIGs due Aug. 31:

Chapter 6
Samuel de Champlain
William Pitt
Robert de la Salle
James Wolfe
Edward Braddock
Pontiac
Huguenots
Seven Years' War
Albany Congress
Proclamation of 1763

Chapter 7 
Mercantilism 
boycott 
Sons of Liberty 
Navigation Acts 
Declaratory Act 
1st Continental Congress 
Sugar Act 
Townshend Act 
Quartering Act 
Boston Massacre 
Admiralty court
Boston Tea Party
"History is a pact between the dead, the living, and the yet unborn." ~Edmund Burke

Chapter 4 and 5 ID/SIGs due Aug. 25:

Ch. 4
American Life in the Seventeenth Century
Pgs. 64-81
William Berkeley
Nathaniel Bacon
Indentured servitude
Slave codes
Headright system
Jeremiads
Middle passage
Bacon’s Rebellion
Half-Way Covenant
Leisler’s Rebellion
Ch. 5
Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution 
Pgs. 82-103
Jonathon Edwards
Benjamin Franklin
George Whitefield
John Peter Zenger
Phillis Wheatley
Paxton Boys
Great Awakening
Regulator Movement
old and new lights
Molasses Act
"Science may have found a cure for most evils; but it has found no remedy for the worst of them all -- the apathy of human beings." ~Helen Keller

Chapter 2 and 3 ID/SIGs due Aug. 17:

Chapter 2
Planting of English America
Pgs 25-40

John Rolfe

Francis Drake 

Lord Baltimore 

Walter Raleigh

James Olgethorpe

John Smith

yeoman

joint-stock company 

squatter

enclosure 

primogeniture

royal charter 

indentured servitude

House of Burgesses

Spanish Armada

Act of Toleration

Virginia Company

Restoration

Chapter 3
Settling the Northern Colonies 1619-1700
Pgs. 42-63

Thomas Hooker

Anne Hutchinson 

William Penn

Roger Williams 

Peter Stuyvesant 

Sir Edmund Andros

the “elect” 

“visible saints”

patroonship 

predestination 

covenant

antinomianism

Puritans

Pilgrims 

Dutch West India Company

Calvinism 

Massachusetts Bay Company 

Dominion of New England 

Quakers

Institutes of the Christian Religion 

Navigation Laws 

Protestant ethic

Mayflower Compact

Fundamental Orders
"The sad duty of politics is to establish justice in a sinful world." ~Reinhold Niebuhr