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Christmas History Fun Facts

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Much of our imagery regarding Santa Claus come from Moore's 1823 poem, "A Visit from St. Nicholas." Moore was inspired partly by the historic Saint Nicholas and partly by the writings of fellow author Washington Irving.
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As best as historians can tell, the first Englishmen and Englishwomen to kiss under the mistletoe were members of the servant class, though the practice caught on with middle- and upper-class folks soon enough.
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Martin Luther used the traditional Christmas tree as a symbol of the Tree of Life in the Book of Revelation. Christmas decorations such as colorful baubles represent the fruit of the Tree of Life.
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Apollo 8 orbited the moon ten times within one day. On Christmas Eve, the crew broadcast to about 1 billion listeners from space and took turns reading aloud from the first ten verses of the Book of Genesis.
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Poinsettias are named after the first US Minister to Mexico, Joel Roberts Poinsett, who began sending the festively red flowers back home possibly as early as 1826.
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Christmas History
Charlemagne, King of the Franks and the Lombards, was crowned the first Holy Roman Emperor while kneeling to pray during Christmas Mass in AD 800. Historians still aren't sure if Charlemagne expected to receive this great honor.
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The Christmas seasons lasts 12 days, from December 26 to January 5, aka "Twelfth Night." The season of Epiphany begins on January 6.
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Department store Montgomery Ward commissioned one of its writers, Robert L. May, to write a children's booklet for little shoppers during the 1939 Christmas season.
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The Treaty of Ghent was signed by the US and the UK in 1814. However, the treaty did not take effect until February 1815. The famous Battle of New Orleans took place in January 1815.
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Between December 24-26, some soldiers on both sides of the trenches ceased fire. In some areas, soldiers even shared a game of soccer in no man's land.