Patriotic American Coloring Book
Color the original superhero, Uncle Sam! Now for those
that love history and patriotism there's a coloring book that
celebrates Uncle Sam's poster history as well as patriotic
scenery and imagery to have fun coloring.
Purchase information at createspace.com;
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Uncle Sam is in the public domain as
he has been around quite spell. The term Uncle Sam is
reputedly derived from Samuel Wilson, a meat packer from Troy,
New York, who supplied rations for the soldiers during the War
of 1812. There was a requirement at the time for contractors to
stamp their name and where the rations came from onto the food
they were sending. Wilson's packages were labeled "E.A – US."
When someone asked what that stood for, a coworker joked and
said "Elbert Anderson (the contractor) and Uncle Sam," referring
to Sam Wilson, though it actually stood for United States.
Images of Uncle Sam in print that resemble the modern look of
old Sam can be found as far back as 1876.
According to wikipedia, In 1989, "Uncle Sam Day" became
official. A Congressional joint resolution designated September
13, 1989 as "Uncle Sam Day" (birthday of Samuel Wilson).
Tons of posters utilizing Uncle Sam
for the war efforts were produced during World War I and World
War II including the most famous poster that included the line,
"I want you for U.S. Army".
Uncle Sam most famously appeared in the pages of DC Comics
as leader of the Freedom Fighters but that wasn't his first
comic book adventures.
Uncle Sam first appeared in National Comics #1 (July, 1940)
published by Quality Comics during the Golden Age of Comic
Books. He was depicted as a mystical being who was originally
the spirit of a slain patriotic soldier from the American
Revolutionary War, and who now appears in the world whenever his
country needs him. The character was used for a few years from
1940 to 1944, briefly receiving its own series, Uncle Sam
In the DC Comics Freedom Fighters run, the team was initially
based on a parallel world called Earth-X, where World War II had
lasted into the 70s. In the 80's Uncle Sam teamed up with
Superman to save the Declaration of Independence, and also
appeared in the 80's title set during World War II, the All-Star
More on Uncle Sam's comic
Here are some small low res images
found in the new
Uncle Sam's Coloring Book.
To buy at
createspace.com. There are 34 images in all to
color featuring Uncle Sam war posters, Rosie the Riveter, the
Statue of Liberty, the American Eagle, and more! Uncle Sam also
promotes farming and even daylight savings time in this classic
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