What President Brought the First Christmas Tree into the White House?

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Although there is some debate, President Benjamin Harrison is generally agreed to have had the first indoor Christmas tree at the White House. Harrison had the first White House Christmas tree installed in the second floor oval parlor, which is known today as the Yellow Oval Room.
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