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Who 'Americanized' Santa Claus?

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The modern American image of Santa Claus generally is credited to a drawing which appeared in Harper's Weekly in 1881. Who drew this picture, depicting Santa more or less as we know him today?

Thomas Nast

Norman Rockwell

Grandma Moses

Clement Clark Moore

Currier & Ives

 

 

 

 

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