Examine only one of the following American values- freedom, justice, democracy, equality, rule of law by analyzing all of the chapter time periods covered so far. In other words, please choose three key terms from each chapter of Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 for a total of 21 Key Terms and then explain how each of these relate to the value. Please provide an introduction paragraph where you define the American value you have selected and then explain it general. You may provide a thesis in the introduction but you don’t need to. Please also provide a conclusion at the end where you state your final thoughts on this American Value in light of American history so far. I expect that you will be writing an 8-10 paragraph response. You may write each KEY TERM in ALL CAPS or underline it just once. A paragraph is 5-7 sentences in this instance.

Key terms:
Chapter 1
Beringia
Paleo-Indians
Clovis point
hunter-gatherer
Archaic Indians
pueblos
Pueblo Bonito
burial mounds
chiefdom
Cahokia
Mexica
tribute

Chapter 2
Black Death
Reconquest
Tainos
Treaty of Tordesillas
Columbian exchange
conquistadors
Incan empire
Acoma pueblo revolt
New Spain
encomienda
creoles
Protestant Reformation

Chapter 3
Virginia Company
Algonquian Indians
Jamestown
royal colony
House of Burgesses
indentured servants
headright
Navigation Acts
Bacon’s Rebellion
slavery
Pueblo Revolt
Barbados

Chapter4
English Reformation
Puritans
Separatists
Calvinism
predestination
visible saints
antinomians
Puritan Revolution
Halfway Covenant
Quakers
New Netherland
King Philip’s War

Chapter5
natural increase
partible inheritance
Pennsylvania Dutch
Scots-Irish
redemptioners
Middle Passage
new Negroes
Stono Rebellion
task system
Enlightenment
Great Awakening
presidios

Chapter 6
Seven Years’ War
Pontiac’s War
Royal Proclamation of 1763
Sugar (Revenue) Act
Stamp Act
virtual representation
Declaratory Act
Townshend duties
Boston Massacre
committees of correspondence
Tea Act of 1773
Coercive Acts
First Continental Congress

Chapter 7
Second Continental Congress
Continental army
battle of Bunker Hill
Common Sense
Declaration of Independence
battle of Long Island
Ladies Association
loyalists
battle of Oriskany
battle of Saratoga
Treaty of Amity and Commerce
battle of Yorktown
Treaty (Peace) of Paris, 1783