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Remembering Halifax at Christmas

From the December 1998 issue of The Christian Science Journal


At this time of year, Christmas trees are lighted in public squares in many cities of the world. In Boston, Massachusetts, the fifty-foot Douglas fir (with sixteen thousand lights on it) that goes up at the Prudential Center in the Back Bay, regularly comes as a gift from the people of Nova Scotia.