ABC OF Culture of U.S.A. By Alec M. Diroma

ART And Literature

Mark Siternt 1947 Art called - Ace Of Good Hope
January 20, 1961 JFK
Willa Catther- One Of Ours- 1923


St.Louis Arch- 1834
St.Louis Budweiser Brewery -1840 John Adam Lemp arrived in St. Louis from Eschwege, Germany in 1838, and sought his fortune as a grocer. What set him apart from other grocers was his ability to supply an item that wasn’t sold by any of his competitors – lager beer. Lemp learned the art of brewing under the tutelage of his father in Germany and the natural cave system under the city provided the perfect temperature for aging beer. Lemp soon realized that the future of lager beer in America was a force to be reckoned with, so in 1840 he gave up the grocery business and built a modest brewery on South Second Street. A St. Louis industry was born, as the brewery enjoyed tremendous success and John Adam Lemp died a millionaire.

Communication And Transportation

1908 first Ford comparison of Ford 2017
First Plane 1903 By Wright Flyer
2017 Boeing VSec 787


American Eagle Outfitters


Washington DC
U.S.A. Money


Family is Dutch
English Man


United States Of America


The American Icon Is the American Eagle


Jobs for Music
And For The U.S. Air Force
got Freedom by the English Man In July 4, 1776


Mostly we speak English

Movement and Migration

U.S.A. of movement
how much people are in U.S.A.

National pride

I am National of how this county came to be free for all.
I am National Pride of Civil Rights for all no mender you do with your live we all equity under a fine nation and we have came far...
M.L.K. speech August 28, 1963, in which he calls for an end to racism in the United States and called for civil and economic rights.


I support The Netherland-America Foundation,Inc
I strongly support United Nations


the population right now in 2017 is now 326,474,013 that a lot

Quality Of Life

In terms of health, life expectancy at birth in the United States is almost 79 years, one year lower than the OECD average of 80 years. Life expectancy for women is 81 years, compared with 76 for men.


U.S.A. religion pie


status for Bank Of America and stock market


Polygamy is when one person has more than one spouse at the same time. It is also a topic that is not spoken out loud about very much due in real life to its illicit nature. Polygamy was often practiced in the Mormon religion in Utah until it was made illegal in the late 1800s. Polygamy continues to be practiced today by some splinter Mormon groups and other cults, though it is still very much a taboo to practice today--not to mention that it is still illegal in all 50 states.

Urban And Rural

Urban,Rural And Suburban where most us the population live

vacation And Recreation

Tourism in the United States grew rapidly in the form of urban tourism during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. By the 1850s, tourism in the United States was well established both as a cultural activity and as an industry. New York, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco, all major US cities, attracted a large number of tourists by the 1890s. By 1915, city touring had marked significant shifts in the way Americans perceived, organized, and moved

Ways Of Everyday Life

Here Are Some Facts:Greetings. Americans shake hands firmly with each other when first introduced, or when they meet again, but rarely when they part (a more European custom). Social kissing, as a greeting, accompanied by a light body hug, is also sometimes acceptable between men and women who know each other well and among women. American men rarely embrace each other or kiss on both cheeks. Distance and Eye Contact. When two Americans are standing and talking to each other they stay at least 16 inches away from each other, farther away than is customary in many other cultures. An American may feel threatened if you come too close, even if such a distance is perfectly ordinary in your own culture. Touching is not recommended, but making full, unambiguous eye contact at the first meeting stage is essential. Americans tend to warm up to people who smile, especially when the smile is accompanied by full eye contact. Getting to the Point. When asking an American for something, especially when dealing with sales help in stores and markets, extensive preliminary pleasantries are not required as in some other countries. A brief “excuse me” is usually sufficient to get the person's attention, say, when asking for directions. Americans may feel threatened and become suspicious if a stranger begins with a general “hello, how are you?” sequence and does not get to the point of the encounter directly. Americans do exchange pleasantries among people they already know, but even then they are likely to get to the point relatively quickly.

Xmarks The spot

The third largest country of the world, the United States of America is located in North America between Mexico and Canada. Mexico is located in the south of USA and Canada is situated in the north of USA. United States of America is politically divided into fifty states and one federal district. Washington D.C is its capital city (Washington DC Map). The states of Alaska and Hawaii Islands are the only two states not sharing contiguous boundaries with the country. Alaska is situated to the northwest side of North America sharing its border with the neighboring country of Canada and Hawaii Island is an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. USA also has many territories in the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. This one of the most developed countries of the world covers a total area of 9,826,675 sq. km. (including only its states and the federal district and not its overseas territories).


Some typical U.S. dishes are grilled steak, roast beef, fried chicken, meatloaf, stuffed turkey, potato salad, hamburgers, hot dogs, hot wings, yams, corn on the cob and many others. Cuisine in the United States is difficult to define because it is so diverse. The population of the United States consists of a large number of nationalities, backgrounds and traditions that have influenced the cuisine of the country.


This is the stuff that Americans have to buy ever month.

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