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Question 1: [5] In 1961 First Lady ________ began the tradition of selecting a theme for the White House Christmas tree by decorating with a Nutcracker motif.
Jacqueline Kennedy OnassisCaroline KennedyRobert F. KennedyJohn F. Kennedy

Question 2: The book, published by an established conservative publishing house, ________,[84] states that the 1994 White House Christmas tree was decorated with condoms and drug paraphernalia.
1997Ann CoulterRegnery Publishing1949

Question 3: The state of ________ has the second highest total of trees provided for the White House with six.
NebraskaWisconsinConnecticutMissouri

Question 4: [4] Others claim the first tree was during President ________'s administration (either in 1889,[5] or 1891).
Benjamin HarrisonDan QuayleChester A. ArthurCharles W. Fairbanks

Question 5: "White House Christmas Ornaments", ________, October 14, 2009, accessed November 2, 2009.
George W. BushSnopes.comFox News ChannelBarack Obama

Question 6: President ________ is said to have had the first indoor Christmas tree at the White House during the 1850s,[2] variously reported as 1853[3] or 1856.
James BuchananFranklin D. RooseveltFranklin PierceJames K. Polk

Question 7: [85] ________ called the book a "work of fiction";[84] it has also been called "infamous".
Good Morning AmericaGeorge StephanopoulosABC NewsABC World News

Question 8: [10] The lack of a tree in 1902 was due to the fact that President ________ had not ordered one by December 23.
Theodore RooseveltWilliam Howard TaftCharles Evans HughesFrank Knox

Question 9: The White House Christmas tree, also known as the Blue Room Christmas tree, is the official indoor ________ at the residence of the President of the United States, the White House.
Christmas ornamentChristmas treeChristmas lightsNational Christmas Tree (United States)

Question 10: [2] First Lady ________ helped decorate the tree, which was installed in the second floor oval parlor today's Yellow Oval Room.
Mary Harrison McKeeLucretia GarfieldCaroline HarrisonAnna Harrison







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