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The Original North America


A sort of follow up to the original Nordics http://humoncomics.com/the-original-nordics

The original national personifications of the countries before Hetalia and SatW.

From left to right:
Adelita (Mexico)
Uncle Sam (USA)
Mother Canada (Canada)


4th October 2010

Tagged in Canada Mexico America


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Dutch1e

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1 year ago #9455331        
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Hola guapa Méxicana!

Mecharic

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2 years ago #9328084        
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You forgot to put a bunch of Native American Tribes in the background preparing to kill them hehe

2 years ago #9385589        
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Uncle Sam could use a good London Tailor. . . .

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4 months ago #9582386        
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Uncle sam needs to be hold a gun or pointing at you saying that he needs you to join the army

1 year ago #9469499        
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digging mother canada, really love how s&tw actually takes time to consider a countrys history

Giraffe

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2 years ago #9409187        
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Mother Canada is hot (just saying)

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2 years ago #9292511        
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@Trollzor14

Yes, Adelitas were Revolutionary warriors who prefer to pick a rifle and fight instead of serve in the back of the battle.

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3 years ago #9287130        
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@Itallian-American Uncle Sam is a bitch.

3 years ago #9188282        
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Actually, the original personification of the US was the female Columbia, as Britain had "Brittania" and Gaul had "Gallia". These were female personifications with names derived from the Latin. Lady Columbia appeared in 1738 and was displaced as the female personification of the US by the Statue of Liberty by 1920.

Anything older would likely have been an Indian Princess. :)

9 days ago #9636753        
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Why am I sad that Uncle Sam isn't pointing?

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