The massive adoption of the United States' nickname - 'Uncle Sam' - comes from a generous fellow. A guy out of New York named Samuel Wilson, supplied barrels of beef to soldiers during the War of 1812. On each barrel, he would stamp 'U.S' and the soldiers began to pass it around that it was from - you guessed it - Uncle Sam. As word spread, it became personified and even has been a marketing tool over the years.
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