A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce
, pine, or fir or ... The Georgians have their own traditional Christmas tree called
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The Romans used Fir Trees to decorate their temples at the festival of Saturnalia.
... put into pots and brought inside so they would hopefully flower at Christmas
time. If you couldn't afford a real plant, people made pyramids of woods and they
... Sometimes they were carried around from house to house, rather than being ...
Romans decorated their houses with evergreen branches during the New Year,
... that the symbol distracted people from the true evergreen tree, Jesus Christ.
Christmas tree history and traditions, CHRISTMAS TREE TRADITION HAS ... St
Boniface, who converted the German people to Christianity, was said to have
come ... They decorated their houses with greens and lights and exchanged gifts.
... had much to do with the early popularity of balsam fir used as Christmas trees.
Dec 22, 2012 ... Christmas has weathered many twists and turns throughout its long history, ...
When you gather around the Christmas tree or stuff goodies into a ... Since then,
Christmas traditions have warped over time, arriving at their current state a ...
Christian missionaries lumped all of these people together under the ...
Because this was a serious fire hazard, most people didn't put their trees up until
... suit and decorated a Christmas tree in the White House with stringed lights.
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Christmas traditions form part of the fun of the season for people who celebrate it.
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them, almost everyone has a symbol of the outside on the inside of their houses.
What is the real origin of Santa Claus—mistletoe—Christmas trees—holly
wreaths—and ... Many are concerned about putting “Christ back into Christmas.
.... But most people do not fear God, and He allows them to make their own
decisions. ... On the Roman New Year (January 1), houses were decorated with
greenery and ...
The origin of the Christmas tree is a mysterious and timeless pagan legend. ...
Pagan Germanic peoples would hang wreaths and bushels of evergreens over
their .... away from the work houses and begging orphans, towards a warmer
spirit of ...
This wondrous sight inspired him to set up a candle-lit fir tree in his house that ...
Certainly by 1605 decorated Christmas trees had made their appearance in .... '
Three trees in great pots', he tells us, 'were put upon a long table covered with ...