Uncle Sam

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Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam n.

Uncle Sam n.

uncle sam n.

Uncle Sam Wants You World War I and the Making of the Modern American Citizen

Uncle Sam Rag

Uncle Sam versus Uncle Usama

“Uncle Sam’s Wayside Inns” Transient Narratives and the Sexual Politics of the Emergent Welfare State

Uncle Sam's a Boy at Play

Introduction: Uncle Sam Wants You

Uncle Sam and the Goddess

Uncle Sam at the Blackboard The Federal Government and American Education

From Planter Paternalism to Uncle Sam’s Largesse Abroad Ellen M. Ingraham’s Bond And Free (1882) and Marietta Holley’s Samantha At The St. Louis Exposition (1904)

Uncle Sam's Policemen: The Pursuit of Fugitives across Borders


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Nickname for the people or government of the U.S. The first recorded use occurs in the Troy Post (Sept. 7, 1813), where it is said to be derived from the ...

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