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Santa Claus

The legend of Santa Claus is derived in part from the benevolent European figure St. Nicholas, and in part from American writers who wrote children's poems in the nineteenth century. Clement Moore, who wrote "A Visit from St. Nicholas" in 1822, and Thomas Nast the famed political cartoonist who depicted Santa Claus in the 1860s as an elfin figure, contributed greatly to this fantasy. Their descriptions of the jolly man clad in red and white created the folk hero children around the world dream about on Christmas Eve. This patron saint of children certainly brings joy and delight to all during the holidays.

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