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The forgotten symbols of the USA

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Презентация на тему The forgotten symbols of the USA

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The American flag “The Stars and Stripes” The American flag “The Stars and St... The American flag “The Stars and Stripes” The American flag “The Stars and Stripes” The national anthem of the United States "The Star Spangled Banner“ The Washington Monument The Statue of Liberty and others
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The Charter Oak, The Charter Oak, the Bald Eagle, The Great Seal of the Unite... The Charter Oak, The Charter Oak, the Bald Eagle, The Great Seal of the United States of America, Disneyland, The Flag with 24 Stars, the game Monopoly, The Cowboy Hat, John Philip Sousa, The March King, The George Washington Rose.
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I would like to give general information about those forgotten symbols, becau... I would like to give general information about those forgotten symbols, because they are still an integral part of the US history and represent definite periods and stages in the development of the country. I would like to give general information about those forgotten symbols, because they are still an integral part of the US history and represent definite periods and stages in the development of the country. Another aim of my work is to find out how Americans honour their symbols.
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The Charter Oak became a symbol of first Connecticut and then the entire new ... The Charter Oak became a symbol of first Connecticut and then the entire new nation of America when this state stood up for its rights against King James II of England and the new nation of colony-states followed suit. The Charter Oak became a symbol of first Connecticut and then the entire new nation of America when this state stood up for its rights against King James II of England and the new nation of colony-states followed suit.
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An old bald eagle may lose some of his plumage, suffer a fractured beak, and ... An old bald eagle may lose some of his plumage, suffer a fractured beak, and experience broken or lost talons. His eyesight might grow dim. But this does not always mean death to the Bald Eagle. An old bald eagle may lose some of his plumage, suffer a fractured beak, and experience broken or lost talons. His eyesight might grow dim. But this does not always mean death to the Bald Eagle.
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During the 1789 Inauguration Parade of President George Washington, women mar... During the 1789 Inauguration Parade of President George Washington, women marched long while wearing rose-wreaths on their heads. They tossed rose petals before the horses and carriages in the parade before Washington passed by on the streets. During the 1789 Inauguration Parade of President George Washington, women marched long while wearing rose-wreaths on their heads. They tossed rose petals before the horses and carriages in the parade before Washington passed by on the streets.
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In the 19th and 20th Centuries, John Philip Sousa was a recognized symbol of ... In the 19th and 20th Centuries, John Philip Sousa was a recognized symbol of America, well-known for his dozens of patriotic, military, and celebration marches. In the 19th and 20th Centuries, John Philip Sousa was a recognized symbol of America, well-known for his dozens of patriotic, military, and celebration marches. John Philip Sousa composed these marches among the dozens in his bibliography: * America First * Hail to the Spirit of Liberty * Hands Across the Sea * The Invincible Eagle * Magna Charta * Universal Peace * The White Rose * The Washington Post March
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The cowboy hat is a high-crowned, wide-brimmed hat best known as the defining... The cowboy hat is a high-crowned, wide-brimmed hat best known as the defining piece of attire for the North American cowboy. The cowboy hat is a high-crowned, wide-brimmed hat best known as the defining piece of attire for the North American cowboy. The cowboy hat has often symbolized the United States frequently, often paired with an oil well.
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The game of Monopoly was originally called Rich Uncle and is based on forming... The game of Monopoly was originally called Rich Uncle and is based on forming a business monopoly The game of Monopoly was originally called Rich Uncle and is based on forming a business monopoly Children still play MONOPOLY all over the world.
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Old Glory is not the original 13-starred flag of the new nation, nor the 50-s... Old Glory is not the original 13-starred flag of the new nation, nor the 50-star flag of the 20th century past. It is the 24-star flag that was gifted to Captain William Driver in Massachusetts on his 21st birthday. Old Glory is not the original 13-starred flag of the new nation, nor the 50-star flag of the 20th century past. It is the 24-star flag that was gifted to Captain William Driver in Massachusetts on his 21st birthday.
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While this is not a forgotten symbol, not all remember what each part of it m... While this is not a forgotten symbol, not all remember what each part of it means. Interestingly, the number 13 is used over and over. While this is not a forgotten symbol, not all remember what each part of it means. Interestingly, the number 13 is used over and over. 1. 13 Stars in the Crest above the eagle 2. 13 Stripes in the Shield upon the eagle's breast 3. 13 Arrows in the eagle's left claw 4. 13 Olives and Leaves in the eagles' right claw 5. 13 Letters in the motto carried by the eagle, E Pluribus Unum
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Humans could not exist without symbols. Humans could not exist without symbol... Humans could not exist without symbols. Humans could not exist without symbols. Symbols are not just isolated objects: symbols mean something to the people who understand and use them. The more people treat a symbol respectfully, the more it may come to represent good things; the more people treat a symbol disrespectfully, the more it may come to represent negative things
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The aim of my work is to show how Americans treat their symbols. The aim of m... The aim of my work is to show how Americans treat their symbols. The aim of my work is to show how Americans treat their symbols. The focus of my investigation became the article “WHEN SYMBOLS CLASH Should America re-evaluate its symbols?” Opinions differ greatly and it’s impossible to say exactly how many people respect their symbols and what the number of those who underestimate the power of symbols in people’s lives is.
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In the diagram we can see that about 70% of people who discussed the issue of... In the diagram we can see that about 70% of people who discussed the issue of the value of the original symbols respect the history and culture of their country. They honor their traditions; they devote to their rights and duties. In the diagram we can see that about 70% of people who discussed the issue of the value of the original symbols respect the history and culture of their country. They honor their traditions; they devote to their rights and duties.
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In conclusion I would like to mention that due to the research the American n... In conclusion I would like to mention that due to the research the American nation seems to me as patriotic, respectful and united one. In conclusion I would like to mention that due to the research the American nation seems to me as patriotic, respectful and united one.
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Thank you for attention! Thank you for attention! Thank you for attention! Thank you for attention!
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