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American culture
Даирова А.
 The culture of the United States isprimarily a Western culture, but is alsoinfluenced by NativeAmerican, African, Asian,...
Cliff Palace, an ancient dwellingcomplex in Colorado.
Mission San Xavier del Bac nearTucson, Arizona.
The FireproofBuilding, Charleston, SouthCarolina, by Robert Mills
The Ohio State Capitol, inColumbus, 1861, Henry Walters
The Cathedral of St. Patrick
New Yorks Woolworth Building
TraditionalThanksgiving dinnerwithturkey, dressing, sweetpotatoes, andcranberry sauce.A cream-basedNew Englandchowder, tra...
A submarinesandwich, whichincludes a variety ofItalian luncheon meats.American stylebreakfast withpancakes, maplesyrup, sa...
January 1 - New Years Day. Celebrates beginning of theGregorian calendar year. Festivities include counting down tomidnigh...
Third Monday in January. Birthday of Martin LutherKing, Jr., or Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Honors MartinLuther King, Jr.,...
First January 20 following a Presidential electionInauguration Day. Observed only by federalgovernment employees in Washin...
Third Monday in February - Washingtons BirthdayWashingtons Birthday was first declared a federalholiday by an 1879 act of ...
Last Monday in May Memorial Day. Honors thenations war dead from the Civil War onwards; marksthe unofficial beginning of t...
July 4 Independence Day - Celebrates Declarationof Independence, also called the Fourth of July.
First Monday in September - Labor DayCelebrates the achievements of workers andthe labor movement; marks the unofficial en...
Second Monday in October Columbus Day -Honors Christopher Columbus, traditional discovererof the Americas.
November 11 Veterans Day - Honors allveterans of the United States armed forces. Atraditional observation is a moment of s...
Fourth Thursday in November. ThanksgivingDay - Traditionally celebrates the giving ofthanks for the autumn harvest. Tradit...
 December 25 - ChristmasCelebrates the Nativity of Jesus.Some people
 Theater of the United States is based in the Westerntradition and did not take on a unique dramatic identityuntil the em...
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American culture

  1. 1. American culture
  2. 2. Даирова А.
  3. 3.  The culture of the United States isprimarily a Western culture, but is alsoinfluenced by NativeAmerican, African, Asian, Polynesian, andLatin American cultures. American culturestarted its formation over 10,000 years agowith the migration of Paleo-Indians from Asiainto the region that is today the continentalUnited States. It has its own unique social andcultural characteristics such asdialect, music, arts, social habits, cuisine, andfolklore. The United States of America is anethnically and racially diverse country as aresult of large-scale immigration from manydifferent countries throughout its history.
  4. 4. Cliff Palace, an ancient dwellingcomplex in Colorado.
  5. 5. Mission San Xavier del Bac nearTucson, Arizona.
  6. 6. The FireproofBuilding, Charleston, SouthCarolina, by Robert Mills
  7. 7. The Ohio State Capitol, inColumbus, 1861, Henry Walters
  8. 8. The Cathedral of St. Patrick
  9. 9. New Yorks Woolworth Building
  10. 10. TraditionalThanksgiving dinnerwithturkey, dressing, sweetpotatoes, andcranberry sauce.A cream-basedNew Englandchowder, trad-itionallymade with clams andpotatoes.A Caesar saladcontainingcroutons, Parmesancheese, lemonjuice, oliveoil, Worcestershire, andpepper.Creole Jambalaya withshrimp, ham, tomato, and Andouille sausage.Chicken Fried Steak(alternatively known asCountry Fried Steak).California club pizzawith avocados andtomatoes.
  11. 11. A submarinesandwich, whichincludes a variety ofItalian luncheon meats.American stylebreakfast withpancakes, maplesyrup, sausagelinks, bacon strips, andfried eggs.A hot dog sausagetopped with beefchili, white onions andmustard.A barbecue pulled porksandwich with coleslawas the side dish.A meatloaf with atomato sauce topping.An apple cobbler dessert
  12. 12. January 1 - New Years Day. Celebrates beginning of theGregorian calendar year. Festivities include counting down tomidnight (12:00 am) on the preceding night, New Years Eve.Traditional end of holiday season.
  13. 13. Third Monday in January. Birthday of Martin LutherKing, Jr., or Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Honors MartinLuther King, Jr., Civil Rights leader, who was actuallyborn on January 15, 1929; combined with other holidaysin several states.
  14. 14. First January 20 following a Presidential electionInauguration Day. Observed only by federalgovernment employees in Washington D.C., and theborder counties of Maryland and Virginia to relievetraffic congestion that occurs with this major event.
  15. 15. Third Monday in February - Washingtons BirthdayWashingtons Birthday was first declared a federalholiday by an 1879 act of Congress. The UniformHolidays Act, 1968, shifted the date of thecommemoration of Washingtons Birthday fromFebruary 22 to the third Monday in February.
  16. 16. Last Monday in May Memorial Day. Honors thenations war dead from the Civil War onwards; marksthe unofficial beginning of the summer season.(traditionally May 30, shifted by the Uniform Holidays Act1968)
  17. 17. July 4 Independence Day - Celebrates Declarationof Independence, also called the Fourth of July.
  18. 18. First Monday in September - Labor DayCelebrates the achievements of workers andthe labor movement; marks the unofficial end ofthe summer season
  19. 19. Second Monday in October Columbus Day -Honors Christopher Columbus, traditional discovererof the Americas.
  20. 20. November 11 Veterans Day - Honors allveterans of the United States armed forces. Atraditional observation is a moment of silenceat 11:00 am remembering those killed in war.
  21. 21. Fourth Thursday in November. ThanksgivingDay - Traditionally celebrates the giving ofthanks for the autumn harvest. Traditionallyincludes the consumption of a turkey dinner.
  22. 22.  December 25 - ChristmasCelebrates the Nativity of Jesus.Some people
  23. 23.  Theater of the United States is based in the Westerntradition and did not take on a unique dramatic identityuntil the emergence of Eugene ONeill in the earlytwentieth century, now considered by many to be thefather of American drama. ONeill is a four time winnerof the Pulitzer Prize for drama and the only Americanplaywright to win the Nobel Prize for literature. AfterONeill, American drama came of age and flourishedwith the likes of Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams,Lillian Hellman, William Inge, and Clifford Odetsduring the first half of the twentieth century. After thisfertile period, American theater broke new ground,artistically, with the absurdist forms of Edward Albeein the 1960s.

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