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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishAmericanaA‧mer‧i‧ca‧na /əˌmerəˈkɑːnə $ -ˈkɑːnə, -ˈkænə/ noun [uncountable]  objects that are considered to be typical of the US, especially when they are in a collection 1940s Americana
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AmericanaPopular with senior citizens and the motor-coach touring set, the Heritage Plantation is billed as an Americana theme park and arboretum.Early Americana is on view at the SheldonHawks House, built more than 250 years ago.In it, Adams broke free of the minimalist school of composing and began creating his rich collages of Americana.Baseball cards and other pieces of Americana have become popular overseas.A slice of apple pie is pure Americana.
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