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American Uncle SAM Costume Wig and Goatee

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Patriotic Uncle Sam adult's costume wig and goatee- Oh, say can you see...? The national personification of the good old U. S. of A., Uncle Sam has been a part of our heritage almost since the very beginning, and by adding the stars and stripes costume, you too can show your colors! With this Patriotic 4th of July Costume, you can re-create the timeless posters, encouraging duty and national pride. Size Med/Lg only. RA-5423

The term Uncle Sam is reputedly derived from Samuel Wilson, a meat packer from Troy, New York, who supplied rations for the soldiers in the early 1800's. There was a requirement at the time for contractors to stamp onto the food they were sending, their name and where the rations came from. 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. He was rumored to already have had the nickname Uncle Sam because he was friendly and so well liked.

Sku: RA-5423
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