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USAs, Amerikansk kultur:

Arkiver, musæer, aviser, tidsskrifter, litteratur, teater, massemedier, radio, og TV,
CRS: Federal Holidays: Evolution and Current Practices. / : Jacob R. Straus 2014.
'The United States has established the following 11 permanent federal holidays established by law, listed in the order they appear in the calendar: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday, Inauguration Day (every four years following a presidential election), George Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Although frequently called public or national holidays, these celebrations are only legally applicable to federal employees and the District of Columbia, as the states individually decide their own legal holidays.
The first four congressionally designated federal holidays were created in 1870, when Congress granted paid time off to federal workers in the District of Columbia for New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. In 1880, George Washington’s Birthday was included. In 1885, Congress extended holiday coverage for some holidays to all federal employees. Although Thanksgiving Day was included in the first holiday bill of 1870, it was not until 1941 that Congress specifically designated the fourth Thursday of November as the official date.
Since 1888, Congress has added six federal holidays, creating Decoration Day (now Memorial Day) in 1888, Labor Day in 1894, Armistice Day (now Veterans Day) in 1938, Inauguration Day in 1957 (quadrennially and only celebrated in the District of Columbia), Columbus Day in 1968, and Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday in 1983. In 1954, Armistice Day was broadened to honor Americans who fought in World War II and the Korean conflict, and the name of the holiday was changed to Veterans Day.
In 1968, the Uniform Monday Holiday Act was enacted to “provide for uniform annual observances” of Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, and Veterans Day. Additionally, the Monday Holiday Law established Columbus Day to be celebrated on the second Monday in October. In 1975, Veterans Day celebrations were returned to November 11 by Congress.'
Arkiver: Se: USAs historie.
Aviser / Newspapers / journaux / Prensa / Tageszeitungen
Guide to journalism resources. / : Compiled by Ginny Kilander. University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center. 2005. - 72 s.
Edwin Alden & Bro.'s American newspaper catalogue, including lists of all newspapers and magazines published in the United States and the Canadas ... their politics, class or denomination, size, and estimated circulation. Also special lists of religious, agricultural, the various class publications, and of all newspapers published in foreign languages, and a list ... by counties - Cincinnati, New York: E. Alden & bro.'s advertising agency, 1882.
An historical digest of the provincial press : being a collation of all items of personal and historic reference relating to American affairs printed in the newspapers of the provincial period beginning with the appearance of The present state of the New-English affairs, 1689, Publick occurrences, 1690, and the first issue of the Boston newsletter, 1704, and ending with the close of the revolution, 1783 (1911) - https://archive.org/details/historicaldigest01week
History of journalism in the United States. / : George Henry Payne.
- New York, London: D. Appleton and Company, 1920.
- https://archive.org/details/historyofjournal00payn
Pacific states newspaper directory : containing a carefully prepared list of all the newspapers and periodicals published in California, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Alaska, Idaho, Wyoming, Arizona, New Mexcio, Texas, British Columbia, Utah, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and the Hawaiian Islands : arranged alphabetically by towns, and also by counties, with a brief description of each state, territory and county, making an invaluable guide to those who wish to place advertising to the best possible advantage. / : Palmer & Rey; Pacific States Advertising Bureau.
- San Francisco : Palmer & Rey, Proprietors Pacific States Advertising Bureau, 1894.
- https://archive.org/details/pacificstatesnew00palm
Some account of American newspapers, particularly of the eighteenth century, and libraries in which they may be found I-V. / : William Nelson, ed,
- Paterson, N.J.: Press Print. and Pub. Co., 1894.
- https://archive.org/details/someaccountofame01nels
Tidsskrifter, periodica / Journals, periodicals / Revues spécialisées, périodiques / Revistas, publicaciones periódicas / Zeitschriften, Periodika
James Truslow Adams: The American Dream / Den amerikanske drøm in The Epic of America 1931 / Amerikas Saga, Gyldendal 1935.
His American Dream is "that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement". It is not a dream of motor cars and high wages merely, but a dream of social order in which each man and each woman shall be able to attain to the fullest stature of which they are innately capable, and be recognized by others for what they are, regardless of the fortuitous circumstances of birth or position. / “Den amerikanske drøm er drømmen om et land, hvor livet er bedre for alle. Hvor enhver har chancen for at udnytte sine talenter optimalt. Det er ikke blot en drøm om biler eller høje lønninger, men en drøm om social retfærdighed, som tillader enhver mand eller kvinde uanset herkomst at opnå det fulde udbytte af sine evner”.
See also: The Center for a New American Dream 1997-. which helps Americans to reduce and shift their consumption to improve quality of life, protect the environment, and promote social justice.
Se også: Center for New American Dream 1997 -. som hjælper amerikanerne til at reducere og flytte deres forbrug for at forbedre livskvaliteten, beskytte miljøet og fremme social retfærdighed.
Great Speckled Bird - Underground Magazine
- http://digitalcollections.library.gsu.edu/cdm/landingpage/collection/GSB
The Great Speckled Bird was one of several underground newspapers that appeared in the United States in the 1960s. Published in Atlanta from 1968 to 1976, The Bird, as it was commonly known, stood out among the alternative press for the quality of its writing, its cover art and its fearless opinions and reporting on a range of topics—national and local politics, the counterculture, women's issues, gay liberation, reproductive choice, music, art…The Bird was a new, radical voice from the South.
Great Speckled Memories: Back when The Bird Really Was the Word (UPDATE 1) . / : Jonathan springston. Atlanta Progressive News, May 9, 2006.
- http://atlantaprogressivenews.com/2006/05/09/great-speckled-memories-back-when-the-bird-really-was- the-word-update-1/
'The Bird had a habit of criticizing the local establishment, be it the police who harassed local hippies and Bird vendors, real estate developers, or City Hall, especially then-Mayor of Atlanta Sam Massell.
The 1972 Office Firebombing
In May 1972, an unknown assailant(s) firebombed The Bird office at 240 Westminster Drive in the middle of the night. Most of the house was destroyed along with back issues of the paper and other artifacts. A police report was filed but no arrest was ever made in connection with the crime. Most Atlanta residents denounced the attack.'
Amerikansk litteratur:
The Cambridge Press, 1638-1692; A history of the first printing press established in English America, together with a bibliographical list of the issues of the press. / : Robert F. Roden. - New York : Dodd, Mead, and Company, 1905.
- https://archive.org/details/cu31924029500919
List of poets from the United States
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_poets_from_the_United_States
American poetry
- https://archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%22American+poetry%22
American poetry 1918
- https://archive.org/details/americanpoetry00boyn
Poets Of American. / : Thos. W. Herringshaw 1890
- https://archive.org/details/poetsofamerican003186mbp
American Folklore Society, herunder the The journal of American folklore, 1888-.
- http://archive.org/search.php?query=creator%3A%22American+Folklore+Society%22.
Alan Ginsberg
A Bibliographical Description of Books and Pamphlets of American Verse : Printed from 1610 Through 1820. / : Compiled by Roger E. Stoddard and Edited by David R. Whitesell. The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2012. - 832 s.
'The culmination of five decades of research, this monumental work of descriptive bibliography, containing entries for more than 1,300 editions, assembles by date of printing the corpus of poetry composed and printed in the United States of America in books and pamphlets up through 1820. It also includes a revised version of Roger Stoddard's seminal essay "Poet and Printer in Colonial and Federal America: Some Bibliographical Perspectives,"'.

Originale amerikanske musikgenrer

Teater:
Massemedier
Radio
TV
CRS: What's on Television? The Intersection of Communications and Copyright Policies. / : Dana A. Scherer, 2016.
'Watching television used to mean tuning into one of a few broadcast television stations with the help of an antenna. People living in areas with trees or mountains that interfered with these signals could receive broadcast signals retransmitted by cable television systems, which began operating in the 1940s. The emergence of satellite technology in the 1970s enabled television networks and some broadcast stations (known as “superstations”) to deliver signals to cable systems from great distances, providing viewers with dozens of alternatives to their local broadcast television stations. People living in areas where broadcast reception was poor and cable systems were unavailable installed their own backyard satellite dishes to intercept satellite signals, enabling them to watch programming at home. More recently, viewers have taken to watching TV programming on their computers, tablets, mobile phones, and other Internet-connected devices, dispensing with television stations, and cable and satellite operators altogether.'

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