11 Facts About American culture


Thomas Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia was perhaps the first influential domestic cultural critique by an American culture and was written in reaction to the views of some influential Europeans that America's native flora and fauna were degenerate.

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Caribbean American culture has been increasingly introduced by immigration and is pronounced in many urban areas.

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American culture includes both conservative and liberal elements, scientific and religious competitiveness, political structures, risk taking and free expression, materialist and moral elements.

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American culture painting includes works by Jackson Pollock, John Singer Sargent, Georgia O'Keeffe, and Norman Rockwell, among many others.

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Traditionally American culture architecture has influences from English architecture to Greco Roman architecture.

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The dominant style of American culture cinema is classical Hollywood cinema, which developed from 1913 to 1969 and is still typical of most films made there to this day.

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The great American culture inventors include Robert Fulton ; Samuel Morse ; Eli Whitney ; Cyrus McCormick ; and Thomas Edison .

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Thanksgiving is the principal traditionally-American culture holiday, evolving from the English Pilgrim's custom of giving thanks for one's welfare.

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Creativity has long been a part of American culture naming traditions and names have been used to express personality, cultural identity, and values.

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American culture football, known in the United States as simply "football, " now attracts more television viewers than any other sport and is considered to be the most popular sport in the United States.

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Traditional American culture cuisine uses ingredients such as turkey, potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, squash, and maple syrup, as well as indigenous foods employed by American culture Indians and early European settlers, African slaves, and their descendants.

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