Published June 1, 1997
by Consolidated Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||John Cole (Editor), St Petersburg Times (Photographer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
History of Santa From B.C. To the 20th Century Hardcover – January 1, by Doris Duncan & Countess Von Staufer James Allan Bates (Author), Profusedly Illustrated (Illustrator)5/5(1). The true biography of Donald Francis Fournier, Santa Claus of the 20th Century. An inspiring testimony to a man who turned into a Santa Claus and spead love wherever he went. "The Autobiography of Santa Claus" is part novel, part history, and something that anyone who loves Saint Nicholas will be grateful to read. Guinn tracks down the origins of nearly all pieces of the Santa Claus legends and pieces them together, beginning with the birth of Nicholas /5(). Mother Santa Claus Stories also offers a great glimpse into the popular culture of early 20th century United States, and provides many opportunities to teach kids about the past. This work, originally published in , is reprinted by Milne Library at the State University of New York College at Geneseo, Milne : William F O'Donnell.
Teresa Chris, author of the book The Story of Santa Claus, wrote that in , Moore sat down to write his children a Christmas poem, having been inspired by Irving's tales. Clement’s poem, originally titled A Visit from St. Nicholas, soon became known as the classic The Night Before Christmas and was so popular that within a decade it had become canon with regard to the . The name Santa Claus has his roots in the informal Dutch name for St. Nicholas, Sinterklaas (an abbreviation of Sint Nikolaas).St. Nicholas was a historic 4th-century Greek saint (from an area now in modern day Turkey) who had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes left out for him. If any one piece of literature helped clearly define the characteristics of the modern day Santa Claus it is the book ‘A Visit from St. Nicholas’ which is commonly known as ‘ ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas‘ – it’s incredibly famous opening line. by Paul R. Spitzzeri In the first two decades of the 20th century, the image of Santa Claus that we mainly recognize today became pretty well standardized. His rotund girth, red suit trimmed in white fur, the hearty laugh and the twinkling eyes were fully established characteristics of old St. Nick. In some examples from.
Denise Graham Zahn has written a book to update the 20th century " one-Santa Claus-with-helpers" tradition to a new multicultural Santa Claus family tradition for the 21st Century. Her book is called "The Legend of the Twenty-First North Pole Santa." Read reviews or order this book safely from online book store. But by the s, Santa Claus was so far removed from this religious progenitor that he merited an origin story of his own. L. Frank Baum, the mind behind the Wizard of Oz series, took a crack at. L. Frank Baum was one of the great fantasy writers of the early 20th century -- in fact, were it not for Tolkien, I'd be tempted to call him the greatest in years. His Oz books created a beautiful, vibrant land that still draws readers a century later. This book, his twist on the legend of Santa Claus, is part of that wonderful tapestry he Cited by: 7. Santa Claus (–) was a British-bred, Irish-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and is most notable for his achievements as a three-year-old in when he won the Irish 2, Guineas, the Epsom Derby, and the Irish performances earned him the title of British Horse of the : Chamossaire.